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Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: 1.November 2013 PSAThis newsletter addresses psychological researchers and museum educators, Peter Salovey's Institute of Medicine honor, finding awards, APA's Executive Branch Science Fellowship Program call for applications, APA Summer Science Fellowships for undergraduates and the federal research funding opportunities for psychology.Newsletter - Psychological Science Agenda (November 2013)2.APA Science Policy News: June 2013This newsletter addresses the federal budget blog, defense research, mental health, sexual assault programs, new directions at NIMH, strategies for enhancing diversity in sciences, IOM committee studying defense health programs, annual psychology conference on veterans’ health and Barbara Oudekerk.Newsletter - APA Science Policy News (June 2013)3.Psychological Science AgendaArticles featured include: building biases, word learning as a developmental cascade and work-life balance: dating in graduate school.Newsletter - Psychological Science Agenda (February 2011)4.January 2014 PSA In this issue: Gun violence report offers research-based recommendations covering causes, prevention and policy; announcing the winners of APA Departmental Service Awards and several scientific awards; new APA Science committee and board members for 2014; NIH announces new funding to enhance diversity; APA seeks Clinical Practice Guideline steering committee and more. Newsletter - Psychological Science Agenda (January 2014)5.APA Access - Mar. 13, 2012The articles in this newsletter discuss national children mental awareness, council of representatives, distinguished lectures, psychotherapy with men conference, Dorothy Cantor fund, blacks with higher education, disABILITY toolbox, president elections, attorney advice, calls for nominations and clinician's corner.Newsletter - APA Access (March 2012)6.APA Access — March 19, 2013This newsletter addresses amicus briefs in same-sex marriage, Psychology Benefits Society blog, child trauma legislation, children’s mental health, pessimism about the future, microaggressions towards LGBT people, neuropsychological assessment, late-life depression, testing and assessment in psychology, development of talent, and outstanding contributions to continuing professional development in psychology.Newsletter - APA Access (March 2013)7.Psychological Science AgendaArticles featured include: socioeconomic health disparities and health neuroscience, updated Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing, and APA science boards and committees.Newsletter - Psychological Science Agenda (January 2011)8.October PSA 2011The articles in this issue discuss memory experiences, human research protections, PsycTESTS, alzheimer's, MacArthur fellow, suicide prevention, federal budget blog, career goals, internatioanl travel grants, neuroscience, and research funding.Newsletter - Psychological Science Agenda (October 2011)9.The Military Psychologist: Summer 2013In this issue: Veterans struggling with schizophrenia and sexuality, 21st century Special Operations Force medicine meets Iraqi culture, model for training future prescribing psychologists, military teaching negotiation and mental health screening at temporary military health clinics in the Texas Rio Grande Valley.Newsletter - The Military Psychologist (July 2013)10.February 2012 PSAThe articles in this issue discuss emotional arousal on memory, federal lab animal policy, alzheimer’s disease, APA Distinguished Scientist Lectures, summer training institute, diversity of research workforce, research domains, Federal Budget Blog , dual graduate careers, and award announcements and nominations.Newsletter - Psychological Science Agenda (February 2012) Previous 1 2 3 ... 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