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Qualitative methods offer a way to check your assumptions or biases before starting a quantitative study.
Stanford researcher works with APA to support the National Science Foundation.
Psychologists would use the qualified clinical data registry to track outcomes and meet the federal reporting requirements.
The Commission on Accreditation needs visitors for all levels of training.
The APA Education Directorate, APA Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools (TOPSS), American Psychological Foundation and Clark University are pleased to announce this 13th annual workshop.
Clinical psychologists will have access to three exceptional keynote speakers in addition to high-level workshops and master classes.
News, program highlights, registration and housing information, and activities listings for the APA's 2017 convention in Washington, D.C.
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