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  • 1.Older Adults' Health and Age-Related Changes
    While many people over the age of 65 experience some limitations, they learn to live with them and lead happy and productive lives. Normal, age-related changes include hearing impairment, weakening vision, and the increasing probability of arthritis, hypertension, heart disease, diabetes, memory loss, and osteoporosis.
    Brochure/Pamphlet (April 1998)
  • 2.What Practitioners Should Know About Working With Older Adults
    Most older people live independently and maintain close relationships with family and friends. Personality remains relatively stable throughout the lifespan, and community dwelling older adults have lower rates of diagnosable depression than younger adults. However, older adults do experience age-related changes--both physical and cognitive. Common age-related physical changes include hearing impairment, weakening vision, and the increasing probability of multiple chronic conditions such as arthritis, hypertension, heart disease, diabetes, and osteoporosis.
    Brochure/Pamphlet (December 1998)
  • 3.Why sleep is important and what happens when you don't get enough
    Lack of sleep and/or sleep disorders affect more than 60% of people. An individual's need for sleep varies, but the consequences of not getting enough sleep can include drug, tobacco and alcohol abuse, nightmares and sleep terrors, poor decision making, reduced learning at school and traffic accidents.
  • 4.Psychology Education & Careers Guidebook for High School Students of Color
    This brochure is for high school students of color and others who are considering additional education and a career in psychology. It describes the training required, and how to choose a college.
  • 5.Psychology Education & Careers Guidebook for College Students of Color
    Offers advice on undergraduate courses, networking, selecting degree programs, and alternatives to graduate school. Also provides a description of subfields in psychology.
  • 6.For a healthy mind and to a psychologist
    When you reach a point in your life when you want professional help, you want to talk to someone you trust and feel comfortable with. A good friend can listen, but a psychologist has the skills and professional training to help you learn to manage when you're overwhelmed.
    Brochure/Pamphlet (July 2008)
  • 7.Annotated Bibliography of Psychology and Racism
    The annotated bibliography is structured by three themes of the 1997 APA Public Interest Miniconvention and National Conversation on Psychology and Racism: psychology of racism, racism in psychology, and psychology of anti-racism.
    Brochure/Pamphlet (March 1998)
  • 8.Surviving and Thriving in Academia
    This survival guide to academia is designed to address changes that have taken place during the last 5 years which may dramatically affect the level of success of women and ethnic minorities pursuing careers in academic environments.
  • 9.Memory and Aging[PDF]
    If you or a loved one is having memory problems that are more bothersome than you would normally expect, don’t assume that Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia is the culprit.
    Brochure/Pamphlet (January 2009)
  • 10.Older Americans Act Reauthorization 2006[PDF]
    Growth in the aging population provides a variety of important challenges and opportunities for families, caregivers, healthcare systems/providers and policymakers.
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