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  • 1.Exercise and Sport Psychology Newsletter: Spring 2011
    In this issue: licensing issues when sport psychologists travel with clients, division award announcements, division election candidate statements, division reports, Ray's Race results and other professional news.
    Newsletter - Exercise and Sport Psychology Newsletter (April 2011)
  • 2.APA Access - Oct. 9, 2012
    This newsletter addresses psychotherapy awareness initiative, White House briefing, mental and behavioral health education and training grant program awards, reducing ethnic and racial disparities in education, Summer Science Fellowship program, facing cancer, athletes choking under pressure, testifying in court, professional development training institute, empathy in service professions and convention CE recordings.
    Newsletter - APA Access (October 2012)
  • 3.APA Access - May 29, 2012
    Articles in this newsletter discuss delegation to China, White House Champions of Change program, CoA update, TOPSS award, HIV prevention, sickle cell disease, Primary and Behavioral Health Care Integration grants, presidential task force on immigration, children’s mental health awareness day, family caregivers, APAGS election results and cardiac psychology.
    Newsletter - APA Access (May 2012)
  • 4.Women's Psych-E Newsletter: June 2013
    Articles in this newsletter discuss the anniversary of Title IX, APA Committee on Women in Psychology, APA Leadership Institute for Women in Psychology, and PI-GRO welcomes Nida Corry, PhD.
    Newsletter - Women's Psych-E Newsletter (June 2012)
  • 5.Exercise and Sport Psychology Newsletter: Spring 2012
    In this issue: 34th Annual Ray’s Race 5K Run and Walk, Bruce Ogilvie Award for Professional Practice recipient, candidate statements, bylaw changes, and programming at the APA Annuaol Conference in Orlando.
    Newsletter - Exercise and Sport Psychology Newsletter (April 2012)
  • 6.December PSA 2011
    The articles in this issue discuss the role of neuroscience, suggesting topics for behavioral studies of research, grants for laboratory animal science and a new focus on K-12 education.
    Newsletter - Psychological Science Agenda (December 2011)
  • 7.Psychological Science Agenda
    Articles featured include: Psychology is the Pipeline to Science; 2011 APA Distinguished Scientific Award Recipients; American Psychologist publishes special issue on climate change; APA recommends against proposed federal lab animal research policy; Fed chief Bernanke endorses government support of basic research; and more.
    Newsletter - Psychological Science Agenda (June 2011)
  • 8.September 2011 ITPI
    The articles in this newsletter discuss OEMA convetion activities, Lula A. Beatty, the Martin Luther King memorial, national wellness week, the SES Indicator newsletter, public interest highlights, and September policy update.
    Newsletter - In the Public Interest (September 2011)
  • 9.APA Access - Jan. 15, 2013
    This newsletter addresses PsyTalks video series, Aetna settlement, Graduate Psychology Education three-year cycle, Public Affairs’s media referral service, ratification of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, board and committee election results, APA's therapy video database, and APA's Professional Development Training Institute.
    Newsletter - APA Access (January 2013)
  • 10.APA Access — April 16, 2013
    This newsletter addresses the APA Annual Convention, TEDMED Great Challenges forum on stress, religion and spirituality role in mental health, transgenders, psychotherapy initiative awards, military and veteran substance abuse research, eyewitness identification procedures, human information processing, data mining techniques, CLBGT awards, student travel awards, and grants for intership programs.
    Newsletter - APA Access (April 2013)
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