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Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: 1.2011 ELC Participants Advocate for GPE Program on Capitol HillThe Education Leadership Conference had members participate in sessions dedicated to federal psychology programs and advocacy training which focused on interdisciplinary and interprofessional teaching, research and training.Web Page 2.Presentations delivered by Suzanne Bennett Johnson, PhDNational and international presentations by 2012 APA President Suzanne Bennett Johnson, PhD, on psychology's medical and research contributions.Web Page 3.Quantitative PsychologyQuantitative psychology is the study of methods and techniques for the measurement of human attributes, the statistical and mathematical modeling of psychological processes, the design of research studies and the analysis of psychological data.Web Page 4.APA Policy Fellowships & InternshipsThe APA Congressional Fellowship Program, now in its 31st year, offers members the opportunity to spend one year as a special assistant with a member of Congress or congressional committee on Capitol Hill. Web Page 5.Psychology Summer Institute Fellows go to Capitol Hill for the Minority Fellowship ProgramAPA’s Public Interest Government Relations Office hosted a federal advocacy training on Capital Hill for participants of the Minority Fellowship's summer institute.Web Page (July 2012)6.ELC Attendees Urge Members of Congress to Increase Support for the GPE ProgramAt the 2012 Education Leadership Conference, nearly 100 APA members attended advocacy sessions that increased their knowledge of the federal legislative process, enhanced their advocacy skills and explained the critical importance of gaining congressional funding for the Graduate Psychology Education program.Web Page 7.March 2011 Policy UpdatePolicy activities at the National Multicultural Conference and Summit, Capitol Hill Day for the Division 27 Executive Committee, and comments to the Department of Health and Human Services on the sexualization of girls in media.Web Page (March 2011)8.Why Get InvolvedThe future of psychology practice depends on a strong collective voice advocating for psychology's interests. 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