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  • 1.Resource Guide for Psychology Graduate Students with Disabilities
    This guide offers suggestions on issues related to educational training and professional development, presents an overview of the major federal disability laws, and offers practical advice on successfully navigating the classroom and campus.
    Manual/Handbook
  • 2.Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct
    The American Psychological Association's Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct provides guidance for psychologists in professional, scientific and educational roles. The Ethics Code also outlines standards of professional conduct for APA members and student affiliates.
    Code
  • 3.Disclosing confidential information
    Dr. Steven Behnke explains how the Ethics Code applies to mandatory disclosures of information, such as childabuse reporting or when a client threatens to harm a third party in a jurisdiction with a duty to protect or warn.
    Magazine Article - Monitor on Psychology (April 2014)
  • 4.Oh no you didn't!
    Embarrassment acts as a social glue that can strengthen our relationships, but it also has a dark side, research finds.
    Magazine Article - Monitor on Psychology (November 2012)
  • 5.For boys, sharing may seem like a waste of time, finds new research
    Boys may perceive that sharing thoughts and feelings is a waste of time.
    Magazine Article - Monitor on Psychology (December 2011)
  • 6.Implementing Regulations Frequently Used in Program Review
    Regulations used for doctoral, internships and postdoctoral programs are reviewed along with the guidelines and principles for accreditation.
    Guidelines
  • 7.Privacy Policy
    The Education Advocacy Trust (EdAT) is committed to maintaining your confidence and trust, and values your privacy and recognizes the sensitivity of your personal information. We have carefully crafted our Privacy Policy to address any concerns you might have, and to assure you that your personal information, if provided to us, will be treated carefully and appropriately.
    Web Page
  • 8.Privacy Policy
    The American Psychological Association Practice Organization (APAPO) is committed to maintaining your confidence and trust, and values your privacy and recognizes the sensitivity of your personal information. Our employees share the same concerns. Together, we work towards protecting your privacy. We have carefully crafted our Privacy Policy to address any concerns you might have, and to assure you that your personal information, if provided to us, will be treated carefully and appropriately.
    Web Page
  • 9.Privacy Policy and Website Security
    The American Psychological Association (APA) is committed to maintaining your confidence and trust, and values your privacy and recognizes the sensitivity of your personal information.
    Web Page
  • 10.Privacy Statement
    The American Psychological Association Practice Organization Political Action Committee (APAPO-PAC) is committed to maintaining your trust, values your privacy and recognizes the sensitivity of your personal information.
    Web Page (January 2012)
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