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American Girls Read and Write Better Than Boys

Gender gap appears as early as fourth grade, widens with age, study says

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Workshop

Acceptance-based Approaches for Obesity and Client Weight Concerns

The Office of Continuing Education offers monthly workshops that feature practitioners and scholars working in key areas of professional practice

APA in the News
APA in the News

How the cave ordeal could affect the Thai soccer team's mental health

Doctors are concerned about the psychological effects of the ordeal and how it could affect their overall mental health

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Monitor on Psychology

Essential reading for psychologists

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Latest psychological research published in APA journals, news about APA and more

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News from APA

'Career Counseling, Second Edition'

A practical, postmodern theory and approach to career counseling.

Education blog news roundup

Does homework enhance or hinder learning, protesting in-class presentations and more in this week's news roundup.

Comments for APA guideline on depression

Deadline for comments is Oct. 23, 2018.

Keeping guns away from dangerous people

A growing number of states are embracing laws that restrict gun possession. What is the psychologist's role?

Events

A National Conversation on Civility

Join moderator Scott Simon, award-winning host of NPR's Weekend Edition Saturday, for a thought-provoking conversation on the importance of civility.

I am Psyched! at Pacific Lutheran University

2018 Heritage Month events celebrate women of color psychologists who are first to achieve significant professional milestones.

Improving Psychological Assessment Report Writing

This workshop will focus on strategies and necessary components for writing effective psychological assessment reports.

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