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  • 1.Director reflects on poverty and welcomes Roberta Downing, PhD, senior legislative and federal affairs officer
    Some folks believe that the persistence of poverty is based on individual and family characteristics, while others believe that the current labor market has great implications for those battling the beast of poverty from the inside.
    Newsletter Article (November 2013)
  • 2.Director highlights Summer Book Review and Expert Series, and two new resources
    The Office and Committee on Socioeconomic Status recognizes the vast demands on the schedules of our readership, and in an effort to share compelling works in the marketplace, is delighted to release its Summer Book Review and Expert Series.
    Newsletter Article (August 2013)
  • 3.Education and poverty
    This issue offers a narrative on the epidemic of poverty and the role it plays in the poor academic achievement among students in urban, minority and otherwise coded schools.
    Newsletter Article (May 2013)
  • 4.Letter from the director
    The director thanks SES supporters and volunteers, recognizes the guest editor and bids farewell to departing board members.
    Newsletter Article (December 2012)
  • 5.Letter from the director
    CSES celebrates fifth anniversary, highlights the mission and vision of the committee.
    Newsletter Article (September 2012)
  • 6.A message from the director of APA's Office on SES
    The director of SES sends a message outlining the contents of the newsletter including children's health as well as news and announcements.
    Newsletter Article (June 2012)
  • 7.Five years on: A message from the director of APA’s Office on SES
    Keyona King-Tsikata, MPH, reflects on 5 years of the OSES, introduces this issue’s theme and guest editor.
    Newsletter Article (April 2012)
  • 8.Message from the Director of APA’s Office on SES
    A letter from Keyona King-Tsikata discussing topics such as social determinants of mental health, ways in which social, political and economic structures systematically marginalize urban populations, the convention and SES events that will be discussed in the newsletter.
    Newsletter Article (August 2011)
  • 9.Message from the Director
    The Office and Committee on SES remains committed to advance psychology’s contributions to the understanding and remediation of SES related disparities in health, education, and human welfare
    Newsletter Article (July 2010)
  • 10.Message from the Director
    The Office and Committee on SES remains committed to identifying and acting as a catalyst within APA’s efforts to address issues of SES, and to promote appropriate attention to SES in psychological research and practice.
    Newsletter Article (August 2009)
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