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APA Gives Mixed Review to President's Opioid Plan

Calls for more emphasis on nonpharmacological treatments, opposes death penalty for opioid traffickers

March for Our Lives
APA supports March for our Lives

APA invites members and their loved ones to march with us

APA supports the "March for Our Lives" on March 24 and shares resources on gun violence prevention.

APA in the News
APA in the News

John T. Cacioppo, scientist of loneliness who expanded psychology’s reach, dies at 66

Cacioppo's research into human bonds and connections expanded the horizons of psychology, generating an entirely new discipline


Monitor on Psychology

Essential reading for psychologists


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Neuropsychologist leads military psychological center

The Psychological Health Center of Excellence offers resources for military psychologists and civilian providers.

Connect with experts and senators at Medicare summit

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.

Join APA at the March for Our Lives

March with APA in Washington or join one of several dozen announced satellite marches.

Opinion: No guns in schools

Opposition to the notion that teachers should be armed to prevent school shootings.


Teaching with

1-hour webinar discusses ways faculty, librarians and other instructors can use APA Style CENTRAL for teaching.

I am Psyched! Montgomery College

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

March for Our Lives

On Saturday, March 24, 2018 we urge our members to come together in Washington, D.C. and around the globe to support the March for Our Lives.

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