Psychology boards nationwide are threatened by consolidation efforts. Ohio psychologists are fighting back to keep their board independent.
Don't want to go into practice, research or teaching? Here's how to find a nontraditional career that uses your expertise and sparks your interest.
Learning what the future holds, good or bad, not appealing to most, study says.
"I Am Psyched!" multimedia pop-up exhibit on the history of contributions to psychology by women of color begins its road show at Washington, D.C.'s Howard University.
Marking World Social Justice Day, U.S. and Colombian psychologists discuss how psychological science can address social inequality.
Letters sent to President Trump, Secretary of Defense James Mattis, CIA Director Mike Pompeo and Attorney General Jeff Sessions
Thanks to APPIC, searching for a health service psychology postdoc just got a lot easier.
Federal judge finds copyright infringed on educational standards developed by APA, American Research Association and National Council on Measurement in Education.
New experimental evidence finds link between expectations and prescribing.
Flexible nature of services benefits clients and providers, but psychologists must be careful to comply with federal and state laws.
APA Stress in America™ survey shows more Americans reporting symptoms of stress and citing personal safety and terrorism as sources of stress.
APA answers common questions about preparing for an interview: what to expect; how to prepare; and what comes next.
Babies born with extremely low birth weight more likely to experience particular mental health problems beginning in childhood and extending at least through their 30s.
Winter 2017 offerings for PreK-12 teachers include tools for bullying prevention, student brain function and other modules.
APA has issued public responses to four of President Trump's executive orders and public statements.
Association of American Publishers names APA's new scholarly writing solution as 2017's best eProduct in social sciences.
APA adds 71 members to its roll of top achievers.
Center for Organizational Excellence seeks submissions during February.
Almost one-quarter of children in study experienced chronic bullying.
The psychological toll accumulates for children in mixed-status families.
VA exemptions from hiring freeze include psychology doctoral interns providing critical care to veterans.
Association urges President Trump not to sign executive order that could possibly restart CIA's banned program.
New York attorney general announces Cigna must remove policies limiting coverage for neuropsychological testing.
How to tackle feelings of uncertainty, seek out mentors, get outside your comfort zone and then pay it forward.
Researchers have developed new strategies to help police and other investigators catch liars in the act.
Advice on establishing a productive relationship with a mentor
Your success as a graduate student in research psychology may depend on it. Here's advice from experts on finding the best fit
Former Philadelphia commissioner brings vision to move APA forward
APA marks its 125th anniversary; APA building earns top rank for efficiency and sustainability; new podcasts; and more.
Mindufulness and relaxation exercises may be as effective as prescription medicines in alleviating stress and anxiety.
Psychologists help National Football League identify and support players who may be struggling with depression, stress, career transitions and other challenges.
High incidence of behavioral health problems point to key role for psychologists, according to APA.
Sokol-Chang will manage all editorial, peer review and production functions for APA's 92 scholarly journals.
Amongst other goals, APA's new president hopes to expand ethnic diversity and public action for the association.
Groups ask that Affordable Care Act not be repealed without ensuring all Americans have health insurance with access to both physical and mental health services.
New York Times publishes letter from presidents of APA and Society of Indian Psychologists on denial of permit for Dakota Access PipelineDecember 15, 2016, APA Press Release
Letter advocates for empowerment of Native Americans and continuous, meaningful consultation with tribal leaders.
Boston University professor and assistant dean is the first new president for the foundation since 2001.
Additional titles will be added monthly to the service available via the Alexander Street streaming video platform.
APA Board of Directors and Council of Representatives to gather in Washington, D.C. Feb. 24-25 for Winter MeetingDecember 5, 2016, APA
APA leaders meet in the nation’s capital to debate and vote on matters of importance to the association.
The bill passed by the House of Representatives includes much-needed mental health reforms as part of the $6.3 billion package.
Five-day training programs immerse psychology students in state-of the art research methods.
Deadline for nominations for editors of seven APA journals is Jan. 9.
Daniels is the first African-American woman elected president of the association.
A running tally of official APA activities since the release of the review in July 2015.