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  • 1.PsycINFO News - Volume 30, Issue 4
    In this issue: content sources for PsycEXTRA®, PsycTESTS®, PsycBOOKS®; overview of PsycEXTRA; finding tests to include in PsycTESTS; launching PsycTESTS and PsycTHERAPY®; PsycBOOKS and the Archives of the History of American Psychology; Psychological Monographs in PsycARITCLES®; search example: relationship satisfaction measures in PsycTESTS; Excellence in Librarianship Award nominations
    Newsletter - PsycINFO News (November 2011)
  • 2.PsycINFO News - Volume 31, Issue 6
    In this issue: How are we doing?, new records in PsycTESTS, ALA Midwinter, journal publication schedules, free search help resources for students, government agency records in PsycEXTRA, using fields and limits in PsycTESTS, searchable conferences field, and PsycTESTS population groups.
    Newsletter - PsycINFO News (December 2012)
  • 3.March 2012 ITPI
    The articles in this newsletter discuss women's history month, CEMA Middle Easterners/Northern Africans Working Group, International Congress of Psychology, DisABILITY Resource Toolkit, and advancing the National HIV/AIDS Strategy in Metropolitan Washington.
    Newsletter - In the Public Interest (March 2012)
  • 4.The Behavioral Neuroscientist and Comparative Psychologist: Spring/Summer 2012
    In this issue: Includes the APA Council of Representatives meeting report, 2012 Division 6 APA convention program, job search advice for early career psychologists, "Encourage your colleagues and students to join Division 6," "Historical trends in American comparative psychology," and an obituary for César Ades.
    Newsletter - The Behavioral Neuroscientist and Comparative Psychologist (June 2012)
  • 5.The General Psychologist: Fall 2012
    In this issue: Psychological interactions through electronic communication and its implications, presentation abstracts from the 2012 convention, awards announcements, division news, recommended reading and more.
    Newsletter - The General Psychologist (October 2012)
  • 6.February 2013 ITPI
    This newsletter addresses new leadership in the Office of AIDS; Health Disparities Initiative, Work, Stress and Health 2013 conference; Black History Month; the new Psychology Benefits Society blog; LGBT health research foundation; and policy updates.
    Newsletter - In the Public Interest (February 2013)
  • 7.February 2013 Communique
    This newsletter addresses psychologists of color, failure to increase diversity on the Council of Representatives, Division 45's name change, 2013 Tomes Awards, Memoranda of Understanding, Boards and Committees call for nominations, National Institute of Justice Grants funding, Dr. Patricia Arredondo Day, student opportunties and calls for awards, nominations and papers.
    Newsletter - Communique (February 2013)
  • 8.Women's Psych-E Newsletter: March 2011
    Articles featured include: March is Women’s History Month; Mary Whiton Calkins, APA’s first woman president; Georgene Seward, PhD; Senior Director of Women’s Programs attends 55th Session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women; gender differences in exercise; and teen dating violence.
    Newsletter - Women's Psych-E Newsletter (March 2011)
  • 9.Progress Notes: Fall 2013
    In this issue: what we do matters, Journal of Pediatric Psychology hightlights, awards, conference updates, APA Convention updates, navigating life after graduate school and more.
    Newsletter - Progress Notes (October 2013)
  • 10.February 2013 PSA
    This newsletter addresses blindness, gun violence research, APA Distinguished Scientist Lecturers, convention sessions, federal budget blog, user experience researcher for a toy company, navigating uncomfortable conversations, PCORI's open innovation challenge, and federal research funding opportunities for psychology.
    Newsletter - Psychological Science Agenda (February 2013)
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Results 110 of 459 for "Newsletter"X related to "Bringing history to life"