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On the other hand, peer reviewers can fall prey to bias, both positive and negative.Web Page 2.Peer ReviewAPA advocacy efforts related to the process of peer review, ensuring that only those research proposals with the highest scientific merit receive funding from federal agencies.Web Page 3.Continuing Education and Professional DevelopmentLearn about APA Practice Organization continuing education courses, other professional development opportunities, along with APA-approved guidelines for practitioners, clinical information, resources for early-career psychologists, self-care guidance and more.Web Page 4.Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict and Violence: Peace Psychology DivisionAPA Division 48 promotes peace in the world at large and within nations, communities and families. It encourages psychological and multidisciplinary research, education, and training on issues concerning peace, nonviolent conflict resolution, reconciliation and the causes, consequences and prevention of violence and destructive conflict.Web Page 5.New Federal Definition Reflects APA Priorities on Domestic Violence ScreeningThe U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced an expanded definition of women’s preventive care that requires insurers to fully cover several services, including domestic violence screening.Web Page 6.Archive — Peer ReviewThe process of scientific peer review ensures that research proposals with the highest scientific merit receive funding from federal agencies.Web Page 7.Committee on Early Career Psychologists (CECP)This Committee on Early Career Psychologists (CECP) represents the unique interests and concerns of psychologists in the first seven years of their careers and to support the needs of early career psychologists within and outside of APA through advocacy and developing resources for early career psychologists like APA's Early Career Psychologists Survey, early career sessions at the APA Annual Convention and more.Web Page 8.Getting Involved in Nominations and Elections for Early Career PsychologistsThe Committee on Early Career Psychologists (CECP) would like to encourage and help you get involved in APA leadership and service with articles and how-to guides and other nomination and election resources.Web Page 9.Advocacy for CaregiversTools for psychologists for participation in the public policy process on behalf of family caregivers, an overview of key caregiving legislation, resources for psychologists interested in advocating on the behalf of family caregivers, and profiles of psychologists as policy advocates and program developers whoose work has a profound effect on the daily life of family caregivers.Web Page (January 2011)10.Program ReviewWinter, spring/summer and fall cycle review schedules for accredited programs, self-study instructions and due dates, the business associate agreement, accreditation workshops for site visitors and program directors, criteria, policies, report templates, and other useful information for CoA site visitors, accreditation fees, important accreditation dates and more.Web Page Previous 1 2 3 ... 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