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  • 1.September PSA 2011
    The articles in this issue discuss academic stress, graduate research fellowships for clinical or counseling psychology, depression and obesity, depressive disorders, racial disparity in NIH funding, alzheimers, Jerry Suls, future scientific workforce, human brain imaging, national academies fellowship on science & technology policy, presidential science mentoring awards and summer research grants for underrepresented groups in neuroscience.
    Newsletter - Psychological Science Agenda (September 2011)
  • 2.PracticeUpdate - Jan. 13, 2011
    Articles in this newsletter discuss Medicare payments reduced; application of Red Flags Rule; psychological assessment; and psychologists sought for DSM-5 field trial.
    Newsletter - Practice Update (January 2011)
  • 3.December 2012 PSA
    The newsletter addresses National Science Foundation opportunity, treatment guideline panels for obesity and PTSD, NIDA and NIAAA new institute, Graduate Research Scholarships Award, Grawemeyer psychology award winner, Meritorious Research Service Commendations, Early Graduate Student Researcher Award, Congress, federal budget blog, comp exam, and APA annoucements.
    Newsletter - Psychological Science Agenda (December 2012)
  • 4.PsycINFO News — Volume 30, Issue 3
    In this issue: APA Award for Excellence Winner; spring and summer conferences; Association of Independent Information Professionals; Medical Library Association; American Library Association; Special Libraries Association; meet Alison Cody; new journals; mobile interfaces; searching document type in PsycEXTRA®; APA statement on participation in discovery services
    Newsletter - PsycINFO News (August 2011)
  • 5.Society for the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality Newsletter: Spring 2013
    In this issue: Highlights of a recent member survey, an exploration of the role of religious belief in healthy relationships, a new lab in Connecticut for studying the psychological aspects of spirituality and a new initiative launched in the wake of the Sandy Hook school shooting.
    Newsletter - Society for the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality Newsletter (April 2013)
  • 6.Psychopharmacology and Substance Abuse News: Summer 2012
    In this issue: convention update, job opportunities, AMERSA conference, a Div. 28/50 conference, congressional briefings on medication development, clinical trials with women veterans with PTSD, and the regulation of synthetic drugs.
    Newsletter - Psychopharmacology and Substance Abuse Newsletter (July 2012)
  • 7.PsycINFO News - Volume 32, Issue 1
    In this issue: how PsycTESTS is doing; thanking PsycTESTS staff; graduate students working on PsycTESTS; search example - using the the Thesaurus in PsycTESTS; APA Journal Pro app; new topic guides.
    Newsletter - PsycINFO News (February 2013)
  • 8.APA Science Policy News: June 2013
    This newsletter addresses the federal budget blog, defense research, mental health, sexual assault programs, new directions at NIMH, strategies for enhancing diversity in sciences, IOM committee studying defense health programs, annual psychology conference on veterans’ health and Barbara Oudekerk.
    Newsletter - APA Science Policy News (June 2013)
  • 9.Office on Aging Newsletter: July 2012
    In this issue: CONA Award for the Advancement of Psychology and Aging, policy update, news items on Alzheimer's Disease, yoga and meditation for dementia caregivers, and more APA entities with a focus on aging.
    Newsletter - Office on Aging Newsletter (July 2012)
  • 10.Psychological Science Agenda
    In the December 2010 PSA newsletter: psychological science; DSM-5 field trials; new NIH addictions institute; training with large scale data sets; and behavior change research.
    Newsletter - Psychological Science Agenda (December 2010)
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Results 110 of 27 for "Newsletter"X related to "Can jurors’ religious biases affect..."