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  • 1.Crossroads: The Psychology of Immigration in the New Century
    This report describes the diverse population of immigrants and addresses the psychological experience of immigration, focusing on factors that impede and facilitate adjustment.
    Report
  • 2.Psychological Images in Publication
    This directory gives information on images of people who played a significant role in APA history.
    Web Page
  • 3.PI Celebrates Black History Month
    In honor of Black History Month, the Public Interest Directorate highlights prominent African-American psychologists such as Inez Prosser, PhD, and APA contributions to racial equality, such as hosting Martin Luther King, Jr. as a key speaker at the 1967 Annual Convention.
    Web Page
  • 4.Chapter XII: Public Interest (Part 2)
    Current Public Interest policies of the American Psychological Association, on subjects such as disabilities, gender identity, sexual orientation, antisemitism, obesity and ethnic minorities.
    Policy
  • 5.Gun Violence: Prediction, Prevention, and Policy
    This report reviews research-based evidence on causes of gun violence, whether it is homicide, suicide or a school shooting. How do mental health and mental illness affect prediction of gun violence? What can be done at the individual and community level to prevent gun violence?
    Report (December 2013)
  • 6.Chapter IV: Board of Directors (Part 1)
    Current policies regarding the Board of Directors, including issues of retreat locations, endorsing the mission of the NIH, emergency actions and racism.
    Policy
  • 7.Featured Psychologists: Francis Cecil Sumner, PhD and Inez Beverly Prosser, PhD
    Francis Sumner, PhD, was the first African American to receive a PhD degree in psychology. Inez Beverly Prosser, PhD, was the first African American woman to receive her doctoral degree in psychology.
    Profile
  • 8.E-card: Black History Month
    In February, the Public Interest Directorate would like to honor the contribution of African-Americans to psychology and to the advancement of our nation.
    Web Page
  • 9.Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Clients
    These guidelines provide practitioners with a frame of reference for the treatment of lesbian, gay and bisexual clients, and basic information and further references in the areas of assessment, intervention, identity, relationships and the education and training of psychologists.
    Guidelines (February 2011)
  • 10.A New Look at Adolescent Girls
    The adolescent population in the United States is growing rapidly and will continue to grow into the next millennium. The lives of these girls are complex, affected by their gender, race, ethnicity, class, differing abilities, and sexual orientation. Only by examining each of these complicated layers can the rich diversity of the lives of adolescent girls be understood.
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