Learn about impactful grants in several crucial areas.
Why teens should understand their own brains, uniting different aspects of psychology and more in this week’s roundup.
Special issue of APA's flagship journal looks at the psychology of teamwork.
Women’s empowerment and contributions from the field of psychology within the context of the U.N. and the Commission on the Status of Women.
The Laboratory for Relational Cognition at Georgetown University explores the brain mechanisms that underlie creative thinking.
Child psychologists who wrote "Something Happened in Our Town: A Child's Story about Racial Injustice," say Robert L. Woodson "missed the underlying purpose" of the book when he criticized it in he publication The Hill.
Roboticists must dip heavily into psychological science.
Legal terms should be updated so that they foster respect for people with disabilities.
Presented by Jody Jones, PhD, this webinar will help viewers learn how to deal with a potentially long wait for an organ and how they can mentally prepare themselves and their loved ones for when they do receive a transplant.
The APA MOU Partner Collaboration and Exchange Program sends up to six scholars to a partner association's annual convention where the host organization facilitates meetings, presentations, social events and cultural activities.
Try out these productivity apps with the goal of making 2018 your most productive year yet.
The following article appeared May 22, 2018, in The Hill.
Journal editors identify 10 key steps for would-be reviewers.
Pursuing your PhD with a family, homework help and more in this week's news roundup.
Cinical experts discuss how to determine whether you are in over your head with a client, and if so, what to do about it.
The firefighter and applied psychologist explains how goal-oriented training can increase firefighter safety and effectiveness during emergencies.
Laura S. Brown, PhD, reviews the history, theory, empirical basis, and practice of feminist therapy.
Addressing the crisis in older adult mental health on May 17.
Tips for transitioning from student to professional for students at the undergraduate and graduate level.
FAQs, video, other information will guide researchers.
Majority of employees say their employers fail to take new steps addressing sexual harassment, but increased efforts to prevent harassment linked to better employee and organizational outcomes, survey says.
This month's Clinician's Corner will review findings from a trail on group protocol for PTSD and evidence-based treatments.
Coordinators and master trainers will discuss implementing programs to teach positive parenting skills.
Neighboring states adopt Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact laws to facilitate interstate practice.
Briefing in Rayburn House Office Building, co-sponsored by APA, Center for American Progress and the Fenway Institute, discusses how shifts in federal policy are hurting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans.
Honoring prominent women psychologists of Asian descent who are working to transform society.
Internships, case studies and more in this week's psychology and education research roundup.
Jessica Henderson Daniel, PhD, offers remarks recognizing National Children's Mental Health Awareness Day.
The founder and CEO of GENFAMI discusses the value of alliances between international psychological organizations and NGOs, and reflects on her visit to Washington and the U.N.
Bruce Perry, PhD talks about how school psychologists can help build the human scaffold.
The day seeks to raise awareness about the importance of children’s mental health and show that positive mental health is essential to a child’s healthy development.
Head of cabinet, Tiago Pereira, visited Washington to meet with APA about organizational, advocacy and policy approaches to mental health in the U.S. and Portugal.
Jared L. Skillings, PhD, ABPP, to join APA in July
Get ready for a new coding system for Psychological and Neuropsychological Testing services with information from APA Practice Organization.
For the first time ever, available internship positions outnumbered applicants in Phase I of the match process by the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC).
Steven Turner, MEd, recognized for commitment to psychology education.
Psychologist Susan Sorenson inspired with her call for expanded gun violence research
Some truths about screen time, the value of failing and more research highlights.
May 2018 update on APA advocacy efforts.
Jeanne Turner recognized for commitment to psychology education.
A brief history of I-O psychology in action shows how the field has made an impact.
Roberta Golinkoff, PhD, discusses how relatively new technology can help young children learn and why it's different from television and books.
This comprehensive guide describes evolving technologies in the field of mental and behavioral health.
Jill Compher recognized for commitment to psychology education.
Members nominated five candidates to appear on the final ballot that will be sent to all APA voting members on Sept. 14, 2018.
Events will focus on children, older Americans, women of color, the LGBTIQ community and people with chronic illnesses.
Intro courses, extraneous neuroscience and more psychology and education research.
Determining psychologists’ fees through the annual physician fee schedule.
Expand your skills to work in new settings.
On attachment theory and the differences in how much children trust their parents to provide them with a secure base for exploring the world.
Join a network of diabetes care providers and learn more about your patients who have diabetes.
Psychologists at the Alberta Brain & Cognitive Development Lab are exploring how young children develop the ability to control their thoughts, emotions and behaviors.
Experts tasked with making governance recommendations.
By becoming trauma-informed, teachers can build relationships with students that offer systems of support.
Repetitive thoughts on rude behavior at work results in insomnia, study says.
Part of a series of events to honor women psychologists of color.
Learning styles, assessment, salaries and more in this week's news roundup.
Tufts Social Cognition Lab explores the social-cognitive processes behind stereotyping, prejudice and discrimination.
Share your interest and wisdom with the next generation.
Innovative interventions help curb the need to speed.
The Center for Deployment Psychology director gives psychologists a crash course on serving military populations.
Helpful tips from psychologists who encounter racism, ageism and other forms of intolerance in the therapy room.
Learn about the latest education and psychology research.
Learn how APA is strengthening the infrastructure for psychological science.
To avoid ethical conflicts in court, psychologists need to be clear about the parameters of any case.
Important updates for psychologists on dementia care teams.
Aims to get book to families and others in reaction to recent events.
Psych Learning Curve on assessment and engagement in education.
The benefits of mindfulness and suggestions for daily practice.
The following article appeared April 6, 2018, in The Hill.
Annual United Nations event to focus on psychology's role in mitigating the impacts and challenges of climate change.
Delta and United Airlines now require mental health providers to sign a standardized form for patients requesting an emotional support animal.
Experts met in Washington to discuss approaches.
Grants for Summer Undergraduate Psychology Research Experience will enable students to work in labs and receive mentoring in six departments.
Garcini is the first researcher to quantify trauma among undocumented immigrants on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Did you know people start caring about their reputations in Kindergarten?
Mentoring program, "I AM PSYCHED!" tour and more in this month's hot list.
Identify your procrastinator personality style to begin the process of decreasing your tendency to procrastinate.
Colombian leaders in psychology attended an APA workshop in Bogotá on translating science to policy and advocating for mental health issues.
Div. 32 (Society for Humanistic Psychology) president-elect's column for the April 2018 newsletter.
Licensed professional associations successfully oppose growing trend of deregulation.
A member recounts his profoundly moving experience on APA’s trip to Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.
Workshops will take place during regional psychological association meetings.
Interdisciplinary conference for scientists, practitioners, policymakers and students takes place April 5-7 in Washington.
Research from APA's education and psychology blog.
Do you have a procrastinator personality?
Essential information about providing mental health services to older adults in forensic contexts, and to the courts and judges involved.
The Practice Organization recognizes Sen. Chris Murphy, Rep. Judy Chu and Nebraska Sen. John Stinner, Sr.
Firsthand account of projects to enhance visibility of people of color within academia.
Cases before the U.S. Supreme Court are exploring whether these laws undermine citizens' confidence in the electoral system
Charged with driving growth of APA Books, children’s imprint, Magination Press.
A statement by Arthur C. Evans Jr., PhD, regarding President Trump’s placing new limits on transgender individuals serving in the military.
An interview with Robert T. Croyle, PhD, division director of the National Cancer Institute.
Hilary Kindsfater, PhD, receives an award for mental health consumer and professional advocacy.
Practitioners ask legislators to sign on to Medicare "physician definition" bill.
Bill includes funding for key programs aimed at opioid crisis, increasing mental health workforce.
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Want to be APA president one day? Here's how to start.
Psychologists receive Spitzer Memorial Award, Art Therapy Association presidency, SAGE Young Scholar Awards, appointment to commission on fathers, men and boys, and founded the Museum of Failure.
Calls for more emphasis on nonpharmacological treatments, opposes death penalty for opioid traffickers
The Psychological Health Center of Excellence offers resources for military psychologists and civilian providers.
Join Senators Chris Murphy and Jay Rockefeller, as well as leading experts and advocates, to discuss best practices, challenges and successes in improving access to quality health care.
Opposition to the notion that teachers should be armed to prevent school shootings.
Observation-oriented modeling: a common-sense approach to modern data analysis.
Greater academic self-confidence may be the reason, study finds.
The Language Production and Executive Control Lab at Johns Hopkins University investigates why words sometimes fail us.
New codes for cognitive function take effect and Medicare adds psychotherapy for crisis codes to its list of telehealth services.
Using research to enhance city life.
Employers honored for fostering employee well-being while enhancing business performance.
A step-by-step roadmap to help undergraduate and graduate students find a career in aging.
Monthly Clinician's Corner workshops feature leading practitioners and scholars working in key areas of professional practice.
Statement of APA President regarding the shooting deaths of three mental health professionals.
Each student receives a $1,000 award to be used toward research-related expenses.
This and more psychology and education research in this week's news roundup.
Jessica Henderson Daniel, PhD, reaffirms APA's support for women's equality the world over.
Research demonstrated a consistent relation between violent video games use and increases in aggressive behavior and more.
On Saturday, March 24, 2018, we urge our members to come together in Washington and around the globe to support the March for Our Lives.
Advice from the Science Student Council.
Open to psychologists and graduate students who are interested in building professional collaborations with colleagues in the Caribbean.
For the first time in at least a generation, Americans are confronting not only the possibility of a nuclear attack, but also a 24/7 news cycle transfixed by that possibility.
"Creating Healing School Communities: School-Based Interventions for Students Exposed to Trauma" outlines models that schools can use to work with students experiencing various levels of trauma.
Research by Arline Bronzaft, PhD, has changed noise code policy in New York City and elsewhere.
Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers data about applicants seeking a 2018 internship.
Weekly news round up from APA's education blog.
Deadline to nominate is June 1, 2018.
Psychologists can influence the valuation of codes when they complete a RUC survey.
Applications are due April 6, 2018.
Sharing the reality of the disorder benefits patients and enlightens audiences.
IT experts and tech-savvy clinicians explain how to revamp your website to boost your practice.
The APA Committee of Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools (TOPSS) is expanding opportunities for teachers to share best practices.
Students who show interest in school report greater income 50 years later, regardless of IQ, parental income, study says.
A comprehensive online resource for psychologists providing care to military personnel and veterans.
This and more in the weekly psychology and education news roundup.
With increasing popularity of blogs, teachers are adapting these digital resources to propel student learning.
Through editorials, psychologists can alert the public to the work they do that addresses society’s greatest problems.
Psychologists are awarded the Adoption Excellence Award, recognized for raising money for scholarships, becoming fellows, being teacher of the year, awarded the Grawemeyer Award, selected as a Governor's Teaching Fellows.
Social psychologist Timothy D. Wilson, PhD, says revising the stories we tell about ourselves can lead to lasting behavior change.
Psychologists' participation in the Relative Value-Scale Update Committee survey is integral to your reimbursement.
Framing the problem in terms of mental illness does not direct us to appropriate solutions, Daniel says.
Why a suggestive lineup procedure violates a defendant's due process rights.
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APA offers new resources for teachers to strengthen one of the most important classes students will ever take.
Phone, text and internet contact options available to provide information and counseling for those affected by the shootings in south Florida.
Proposed FY2019 budget falls short of addressing opioid epidemic, decimates mental health workforce pipeline programs.
Measure would establish lengthy waiting period, shift responsibility to people with disabilities.
Society for Humanistic Psychology to meet on the theme, "Liberation through Wisdom and Love: Humanistic Psychology, Social Justice and Contemplative Practice."
Three industrial-organizational psychologists have given the National Football League an innovative and evidence-based tool for selecting players during the draft.
How early career psychologists can set aside money for the future, even with student loans.
New resources offer guidance for psychologists working with athletes who take a stand — or kneel — for social justice.
Using psychology to help better understand human behavior.
A primer on proposing a scientific conference symposium.
2017 Meritorious Research Service Commendations.
Red flags for psychologists working in hospitals and community health settings, and what they can do.
Nominate current or former government or nonprofit employees for their research contributions by March 5.
At its annual convention, APA is sponsoring a special late-breaking poster session for research by psychology graduate students.
List provides professional development opportunities for high school psychology teachers at the local, regional, state, and national levels.
Psychology faculty salaries at four-year institutions; new lesson plan for high school psychology; primer on proposing a scientific conference symposium; and more information for educators.
Fifty-nine graduate students receive funding for their research.
Meet the executive director of the UPA who's done many impressive things in her 14-year position.
Despite scientific evidence, some people still question vaccinations, study says.
Former Army psychologist coordinates federal government's public health response in devastated areas.
People view immoral individuals as less able to do their jobs or complete tasks effectively.
Association resolution from 2005 called for retirement of American Indian mascots.
To advance careers in academia and research, students should develop a plan to publish while in graduate school.
The vice chair of the APA Committee on Women in Psychology shares her expertise.
Psychology news highlights from APA's education blog.
Tips for your job search from career experts.
Students wrote on the topic “Aging World,” the theme of this year’s Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools (TOPSS) annual essay competition for high school psychology students.
Stress about health insurance costs reported by majority of Americans, APA Stress in America survey revealsJanuary 24, 2018, Press Release
Uncertainty about the future of their own health and that of others also significant source of stress
Ignoring concerns from APA and established scientists, the FDA suspended a nicotine research program involving non-human primates.
Colorado College professor Tomi-Ann Roberts, PhD, says an inappropriate encounter with Harvey Weinstein put her on a path to study the sexual objectification and sexualization of girls and women.
Group charged with evaluating code, recommending revisions as needed.
Melissa Tehee, PhD, supports American Indian students who are defying the odds to become psychologists.
Highlights from APA's psychology and education blog.
Two early career psychologists provide tips to prepare for financial fluctuations.
Clinician's Corner workshop on trauma and stress disorders, addressing distinguishing features and recent developments.
The LearnLab at Carnegie Mellon University takes a high-tech approach to understanding and improving learning.
Advocacy efforts by the APA Practice Organization have been effective in stemming reimbursement rate cuts by two TRICARE contractors.
These two interventions can help psychologists can improve their work with patients.
Revisit last year’s legislative and regulatory accomplishments for psychologists.
Also includes the future of healthy aging, the early career pipeline and other highlights.
New CEO seeks to broaden the roles psychologists play to tackle some of society's most pressing problems.
Why it matters and resources for educators to support their transition into the profession
Arthur C. Evans, PhD, chief executive officer of the American Psychological Association, responds to the order signed Jan. 9, 2018.
What you might not know about applying to PhD programs: Advice for students looking to apply for PhDs.
Tips for optimizing the survey process to collect useful survey data.
New members of APA's list of luminaries nominated by divisions and approved by Council of Representatives.
Recognizing extraordinary contributions to practice, scholarship, the public interest and policy in geropsychology.
Lecturers will speak at the APA Annual Convention and regional psychological association meetings.
Factors teachers should bear in mind to ensure students' confidence in their ability to control their motivation, behavior and social environment.
Intensive, five-day training programs immerse psychological scientists in state-of-the-art research methods.
NSF advisors seek to broaden training of scientists, strengthen research infrastructure and enhance understanding and use of scientific findings.
Technology in psychology is no fad. It's here to stay, so get on board.
Excessive desire to succeed, compete with others may have negative impact on youth psychological health
Human factors psychologist Margaux Ascherl optimizes technology to help farmers maximize productivity.
The most-viewed articles and videos of 2017 from APA.org.
Highlights from APA's education blog.
Three psychologists talk about the benefits of pro bono services, both to the community and to one's practice.
A high school psychology teacher shares how she has incorporated technology into her classroom.
Article examines the development of labor unions that represent the rights of graduate students.
Researchers at University of Reading explores how need to know drives human behavior.
Psychologists have modernized the approach to better serve patients and have conducted more research to validate its success.
Highlights from APA's psychology and education blog.
When daylight hours start to decrease and it gets colder outside many people may find themselves experiencing symptoms resembling depression.
Betsy Levy Paluck shares her innovative field work at the nexus between psychology and political science
Want to launch your own podcast? Early career psychologists share their tips for podcasting success.
We should welcome talented people with bright futures, not subject them to hardships that threaten their physical, mental and financial health.
Guidance reflects pattern of devaluing science, APA asserts
Lower-income individuals experience more positive emotions focused on others, study says.
Experienced podcasters offer seven secrets to attracting a devoted audience
Psychology research from APA's education blog.
Communications competitions are helping psychology students captivate audiences with their research. Here's how you can, too.
How psychological associations are mobilizing and supporting their members.
APA honors 2016 and 2017 awardees for their multiple contributions to psychology.
Interdisciplinary collaborations bring multiple benefits to psychology.
Interdisciplinary collaborations bring multiple benefits to psychology.
APA International Learning Partner Program builds collaboration with colleagues in Southeast Asia.
Trends in educational psychology research.
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' 2018 physician fee schedule focuses on services and new codes.
Letter to House and Senate leaders sharing comments and concerns.
Students awarded 2017 American Psychological Foundation/Council of Graduate Departments of Psychology scholarships
APA's position on the cakeshop case and whether it is an issue of the Free Speech or Free Exercise Clauses of the First Amendment.
MonitorLIVE event that will help maximize your professional and financial growth.
This one-hour webinar covers ways to use the PsycINFO database for more than just locating articles.
More psychologists will likely be exempt from reporting new Medicare quality measures.
Students make the case that unions would protect the rights of graduate students.
Three practicing psychologists discuss the important partnership between psychology and HIV/AIDS primary care.
Learn the structure of records, covering the elements of the bibliographic citation, controlled vocabulary and indexing.
Research highlights from APA's psychology and education blog.
The Adolescent Development Lab at UCLA explores the adjustment of teens from diverse backgrounds.
Assessment-based recommendations that you can use today.
APA members are recognized for awards, professional accomplishments, leadership positions.
Help advance psychology by financially supporting programs that fund needed psychological research or efforts to advocate for the field psychology. Together we can make a difference.
A psychologist's guide to forging links between scholarship and social engagement.
National Institutes of Health offers grants to help develop a pain-detection device.
Republican tax bill would cause massive tax hike for graduate students.
Acquisitions editors reveal what they look for in a book proposal and what you can do to ensure your book is a success.
New APA Stress in America™ survey shows half of Americans believe this is the lowest point in U.S. history.
More than 350 advocates and organizations met with Congress to urge for increased medical research funding.
Research highlights from APA's psychology and education blog.
Tools that humanistic practitioners can use to assist those suffering from addiction in a person-centered manner using new harm reduction philosophies and techniques.
In the aftermath of the apartheid era, psychologists are working to make psychology more relevant to the vast majority of South Africans.
Sexual harassment can cause enduring psychological harm.
Concerns about health insurance coverage and increased taxes on individuals pursuing higher education.
APA resolution calls for the association to promote and support psychology’s involvement in palliative care and end-of-life issues.
Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield assures Practice Organization that recent letters about 90837 are educational with no financial consequences.
McWilliams highlights the continuing burden for poor people who seek to present mental health defenses.
Learn how to use the PsycINFO database for more than just locating articles.
Defense and veterans' agencies provide opportunities for prescribing psychologists.
University of Memphis Professor Rosie Phillips Bingham will serve as APA's 2018 president-elect.
Those with real knowledge about what got you to the point of ultrabusiness will know how to supply the support you need.
The Practice Organization helps psychologists make sense of multiple policy reports on health care reform.
This webinar reviews the structure of records and value-added fields in the PsycINFO database.
Infusing creativity in the classroom, neuroimaging and other studies.
Association works to support veterans.
How early career psychologists can make the most of this social media platform.
As The Washington Post health, science and environment editor, neuroscientist Laura Helmuth brings science to life and exposes misinformation that puts the public at risk.
You know you want to serve patients, but have you defined your mission and explored the business requirements of going into practice? Here are seven factors to consider.
More than 50 videos document cutting-edge research, leading psychologists and new voices from the field during APA's 125th Annual Convention.
Using one term over another can affect psychologists' payment rates.
Calling it a "mental health problem" distracts from finding real solutions to gun violence, Puente says.
The decision brings Michigan a step closer to achieving mental health parity.
How clinicians can recognize and respond to elder abuse in patients.
Latest research from APA's education blog.
Association calls for more funding, emphasis on nonpharmacological pain interventions.
The Georgetown University developmental psychologist explains why low-income parents of young children need more support than ever to keep up with their wealthier counterparts.
Special issue of APA's flagship journal looks at psychology of terrorism.
The candidate should have expertise in the coverage area of the journal.
November Clinician's Corner, includes CE credits.
Department heads offer their insights on how to negotiate the best deal when offered an academic job for the first time.
Training on effective communication can bridge divide between scientists and journalists.
APA CEO explains the value of behavioral health services under the Children's Health Insurance Program.
Featured research from APA's psychology and education blog.
How these options are framed has important psychological implications.
Says halting payments would "cause chaos."
Today’s international psychology students and new psychologists face travel bans, visa restrictions, acculturation issues and more. Here’s how faculty can help.
Vital advice from psychology chairs and others who make hiring decisions
The problem with being pretty, according to 2017 research
Using the APA Ethics Code as its foundation, this book teaches readers how to make ethical decisions when conducting assessments and applying interventions with individual employees, work groups, and entire organizations, small and large.
This APA CE workshop introduces dual loyalty through case scenarios and discussion questions.
Deadline extended to Oct. 27 for conference to be held April 5-8, 2018, in Washington, D.C.
Does your child seem stressed to be back at school? Fear not.
Featuring strategies for improving assessment, memory and learning.
The Practice Organization pays tribute to a dedicated advocate for the profession.
APA is a leader in supporting ethical research that enhances the lives of humans and nonhumans alike.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services release annual changes affecting hundreds of codes.
Fewer women than men report opportunities to develop skills needed for career growth
Awards, appointments and other notable achievements presented to psychology students and professionals.
The latest workshop continues the conversation about fundamental principles and emerging ethical issues in clinical practice.
Practicing psychologists discuss how to strike the balance between building a brand via social media and protecting their privacy — and the privacy of their clients.
Each week, APA's Education Directorate collects news about education from a wide-ranging set of outside publications.
This move will wreak havoc on the health insurance markets.
Executive order encourages association health plans to pick and choose the services they cover, won’t help those who desperately need mental health, substance use and other critical services.
This online museum features famous studies, interactive content, videos, demonstrations and podcasts.
Showcasing schools that apply psychological science to promote student academic and social-emotional growth and success.
Registration by Nov. 15, 2017 is highly recommended.
The Tufts Social Cognition Lab explores the social-cognitive processes behind stereotyping, prejudice and discrimination.
Aebersold brings 25 years of communications experience, innovation, management.
APA congratulates Richard H. Thaler, PhD, on being named recipient of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences.
Counselor describes working with an elementary school to establish SEL program
Program, an initiative of APA President-elect Jessican Henderson Daniel, will recognize psychologists serving as community leaders.
Voice-only communication more accurate than visual cues for identifying others’ feelings, study says.
Practicing psychologists who did not report quality measures in 2016 under the Physician Quality Reporting System face 2 percent reduction in all their Medicare Part B payments in 2018.
Study examining effects of nicotine in squirrel monkeys was criticized by primate expert Jane Goodall.
Highlights from APA's education blog.
Factors to consider when weighing your options.
Experts discuss the postdoctoral training psychologists need to obtain if they want prescription priveleges.
APA seeks comments on the draft "Clinical Practice Guideline for the Behavioral Treatment of Obesity and Overweight in Children and Adolescents."
The symposium will drive change that leads to lasting improvements in statistical research, communicating and understanding uncertainty, and decision making.
The convenience of an EHR makes running your practice more straightforward.
Learn about fundamental principles and emerging ethical issues in clinical practice.
Includes advice on how to talk to kids, calls for public health approach to gun problems
APA members can cast their ballots through Oct. 24, 2017.
Open nominations for experimental psychology, neuropsychology, methods, neuroscience and rural health journals.
Vivian Ota Wang shapes how researchers access vast amounts of biomedical data.
What do young children need to be successful in school?
Soft skills college students need now and in the future.
Input sought on guidance documents for practitioners.
Online museum features famous studies, interactive content, videos, demonstrations and podcasts.
Deadline for nominations is Nov. 1, 2017.
Tips from an expert reviewer on the program review process.
Statement by APA President Antonio E. Puente, PhD, in response to the withdrawal of Cassidy-Graham.
Experts bring the science of human behavior to the judicial system.
An attitude of curiosity over judgment is a very hard, but important, trait to develop.
Academic administrator provides a case study on getting past the roadblocks to effective academic assessment.
California Psychological Associationprovides information about services related to state's End of Life Option Act.
APA issues call for submissions for its new Technology, Mind and Society Conference, to take place April 5-7, 2018, in Washington, D.C.
Psych Learning Curve rounds up psychology news from multiple sources focusing on education.
A new beta site featuring assessment examples created by the participants at the 2016 APA Summit on National Assessment of Psychology.
Awards, appointments and other notable achievements presented to psychology students and professionals.
Practice Organization lawyers explain the differences in state child abuse reporting laws.
Psychology careers for master's graduates and opportunities in various fields.
Major barriers are preventing scientists from pursuing research that is needed to understand the impacts of recreational and therapeutic use of cannabinoids.
The CREATE Center explores how older adults use technology and develops tools and training programs to meet their needs.
APA's Practice Organization offers practical advice on how to make sense of the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act.
In Episode 49 of APA's "Speaking of Psychology" podcast series, Saul Kassin, PhD, tells listeners that false confessions aren't always what they seem.
Twitter campaign puts the public in touch with cutting edge research.
From the APA education blog news roundup.
The latest salary report from APA finds that psychologists in the middle of the country outearn their peers.
Comments are due Oct. 2.
Indiana tried, but failed, to enact a law that would prohibit the death sentence for people with serious mental illness. Could other states come forward?
Scientists, APA and other organizations seek to alter policy at National Institutes of Health.
A federal program that pays off education loans in exchange for work with underserved communities is at risk.
A guide for students interested in sport psychology.
Also learn about independent scholars, revoking a doctorate and school-based mental health programs.
New regulations bring Missouri in line with APA's Model Licensure Act
Special issue of APA journal outlines science on social ties and health, calls for public health priority.
Tips to help navigate an impending postdoc market.
Calls for Congress to reinstate protections for young immigrants.
APA's candidates for 2017 president-elect present their views to membership.
With funding from APA's Librarian Conference Travel Award, a psychologist lectures on students' information choices.