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How Do Close Relationships Lead to Longer Life?

Special issue of APA journal outlines science on social ties and health, calls for public health priority

Clinician's Corner

Fundamental Principles and Emerging Issues in Ethics

The Office of Continuing Education in Psychology (CEP) offers monthly workshops that feature leading practitioners and scholars
APA in the News
APA in the News

APA on WUSA-DC (CBS) – Washington, D.C., Sept. 19, 2017

APA CEO talks about crisis intervention training for police

Monitor on Psychology

Essential reading for psychologists


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Articles and research trends in journals published by APA

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Online library for course and program-level assessment tools

A new beta site featuring assessment examples created by the participants at the 2016 APA Summit on National Assessment of Psychology.

Psychologists in the news

Awards, appointments and other notable achievements presented to psychology students and professionals.

BLOG: Is graduate school in your future?

Psychology careers for master's graduates and opportunities in various fields.

Child abuse report laws differ by state, lawyers explain

Practice Organization lawyers explain the differences in state child abuse reporting laws.


APA Style CENTRAL® Online Introduction

This 1-hour webinar introduces librarians to APA Style CENTRAL, including a content overview and demonstration of features.

APA Board of Directors Fall Meeting

APA's Board of Directors oversees the association’s administrative affairs and presents an annual budget for council approval.

Behind the Scenes of PsycINFO on All Platforms

This one-hour session reviews the structure of records in PsycINFO, covering the elements of the bibliographic citation, controlled vocabulary and indexing.

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