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  • 1.Call for Comments
    The reason for Council's action is that the language, "in keeping with basic principles of human rights," is found in the aspirational aspect of the Ethics Code, but not in the Code's enforceable ethical standard.
    Call for Papers/Proposals/Nominations
  • 2.Call for Nominations to the APA Committee on Aging
    The Committee on Aging (CONA) is accepting nominations, including self-nominations with a specialization in aging issues, for two new members.
    Call for Papers/Proposals/Nominations
  • 3.Calls for Nominations
    The American Psychological Association’s Advisory Steering Committee for the Development of Clinical Treatment Guidelines is seeking nominations of individuals to serve on a panel to develop a clinical treatment guideline for depressive disorders across the lifespan.
    Call for Papers/Proposals/Nominations (January 2011)
  • 4.Continuing Education Committee Terms Beginning 2014
    The committee seeks culturally diverse psychologists with expertise in cognitive, military/veterans, technology, addictions, media, forensic and serious mental illness.
    Call for Papers/Proposals/Nominations
  • 5.Call for Papers: How Psychological Science Can Improve Our Classrooms (Translational Issues in Psychological Science)
    A call for papers from APA journals Translational Issues in Psychological Science. The special issue consider manuscripts focused on learning and retention, social relations, education for students with special needs and health concerns, early education, and many other topics central to incorporating psychological research in the classroom.
    Call for Papers/Proposals/Nominations - Translational Issues in Psychological Science
  • 6.General Call for Papers (Journal of Threat Assessment and Management)
    A call for papers from APA's Journal of Threat Assessment and Management. The journal will publish peer-reviewed papers representing the science and practice of risk for violence and fear-inducing behavior, and the first issue will appear in Spring 2013.
    Call for Papers/Proposals/Nominations - Journal of Threat Assessment and Management
  • 7.Call for Nominations: Clinical Practice Guidelines Development Panel for Depressive Disorders Across the Lifespan
    The American Psychological Association’s Advisory Steering Committee for the Development of Clinical Practice Guidelines is seeking nominations of individuals to serve on a panel to develop a clinical treatment guideline for depressive disorders across the lifespan.
    Call for Papers/Proposals/Nominations
  • 8.Call for Nominations to the Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Concerns
    Nominees with experience or expertise in areas such as people with disabilities, transgender people, indigenous people, LGBT youth, especially bullying, self-identification as an ally, public policy, and dissemination and implementation of reports and guidelines are sought to fill two positions beginning in January.
    Call for Papers/Proposals/Nominations
  • 9.Call for Papers: When Hurting Helps
    A call for papers from the APA journal Peace and Conflict for a special issue on harm-doing. The special issue brings a new focus on perpetrators, aiming to illuminate the association between their harm-doing and their well-being, and the processes through which people engage and disengage from harm-doing.
    Call for Papers/Proposals/Nominations - Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology
  • 10.2013 Call for Nominations: Committee on Early Career Psychologists
    CECP is seeking two representatives to serve as a practice or a public interest representative for three-year terms (2014-2016). Candidates must be an APA member and must be able to attend mandatory committee meetings.
    Call for Papers/Proposals/Nominations
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