APF announces the Campaign to Transform the Future
Donors are uniting to ensure that psychology's unique problem-solving perspective will combat these and other societal problems.
2013 Wilhelm Wundt-William James Award Winner
Jean Pettifor, PhD, of Wayne State University, wins the 2013 Wilhelm Wundt-William James Award for Exceptional Contributions to Trans-Atlantic Psychology.
Celebrating 60 years of transforming the future through psychology
This year APF celebrates its 60th anniversary of changing people's lives through psychology.
Honoring 2013 award winners
APF honors the 2013 Gold Medalists and the Charles L. Brewer Distinguished Teacher of Psychology
APF grant funds longitudinal research on adoption and same-sex couples
Psychology professor Rachel Farr, PhD, is conducting the first longitudinal comparison of adoptive families of lesbian, gay and heterosexual parents with school-age children.
Judy Kuriansky, PhD
Donating to APF is "an excellent way to ensure that the future of psychology flourishes."
From Psychology Giving
- First Sparks Foundation grant enables pediatrician screening for young patients' anxiety and depressive symptoms (March 2014)
- Launching careers, changing society (March 2014)
- Transforming teenagers' lives (November 2013)
From The Monitor on Psychology
- Fighting the effects of stigma (April 2014)
- Grants and opportunities (April 2014)
- Koppitz Fellowships advance child psychology research (April 2014)
- Testosterone and the risk for disordered eating (January 2014)
- Understanding the consequences of being overweight (February 2014)