Results 1–4 of 4 for "Call for Papers/Proposals/Nominations"X related to "Startling statistics on child..." Refine Your Search Refine Your Search TopicHealth disparities (1)Military (1)Document TypeCall for Papers/Proposals/NominationsXYear2013 (1) Results 1–4 of 4 Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: 1.Call for Papers: Disparities in Cardiovascular Health (Health Psychology)A call for papers from the APA journal Health Psychology for a special issue on disparities in cardiovascular health. Submissions should emphasize health psychology and address unique relationships within a specific group or provide comparative data across groups with a clear focus on disparities in cardiovascular diseases.Call for Papers/Proposals/Nominations - Health Psychology 2.APAGS Call for Proposals for the APA ConventionGet answers to your questions about how to submit an abstract for the APA convention. Learn where to submit a proposal, how long a proposal should be, what topics are appropriate, what audience to target and more.Call for Papers/Proposals/Nominations 3.Psychology of Men & Masculinity®: Call for PapersAnnounces a call for papers to be submitted to the APA journal Psychology of Men and Masculinity. The editors are interested in work that arises from applied fields, such as health, clinical, counseling, and school psychology, and foundational areas such as social, developmental, and cognitive psychology, and the study of emotions.Call for Papers/Proposals/Nominations - Psychology of Men & Masculinity 4.Student Research & Travel Awards Call for NominationsThe Society for Military Psychology (Division 19) is pleased to announce its offering of the Annual Military Psychology Research and Travel Awards competition to recognize the contribution of students in the field of military psychology. Call for Papers/Proposals/Nominations (May 2013) Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: ADVERTISEMENT Results 1–4 of 4 for "Call for Papers/Proposals/Nominations"X related to "Startling statistics on child..."