Magazines and Newsletters
The Monitor is a monthly magazine providing timely, lively and informative articles on psychologists' innovative work, research findings and association activities.
A must-read for psychology educators, scientists and practitioners, the Monitor provides compelling coverage of the science and practice of psychology, the education pipeline, and how psychology influences society at large.
A publication of the Office on Aging that reports on APA efforts to promote the application of psychological research to improve the health and well-being of older adults.
A publication of APA's Education Directorate, this newsletter features important updates for accredited programs regarding policy and procedures, program reviews, site visits, announcements and reminders.
A voice for ethnic minority psychology from the Office Of Ethnic Minority Affairs, this news journal provides a great overview of current issues and events of interest to psychologists and psychology students of color.
The Children, Youth and Families newsletter disseminates information affecting adolescents and families and engages in policy analysis and advocacy on issues such as homeless youth, civic engagement and mental health services for children.
The Division Services Office provides news, legal and financial tips for division leaders, as well as events and opportunities from across APA to share with division members.
A publication of APA's Public Interest Directorate, this newsletter includes policy updates and other articles about socioeconomic status, poverty, race and ethnicity, sexuality, HIV/AIDS and other social issues.
News and features for the psychological science community, including updates on federal research policy and funding, grants for research and training, columns on new research findings and approaches, and articles on APA programs and advocacy for scientists.
The HIV/AIDS Programs informs readers about HIV/AIDS-related activities and new developments in the field through summaries of research relevant to practitioners, updates on APA advocacy activities, and updates on the Committee on Psychology and AIDS.
The American Psychological Foundation shares news about its activities, funding opportunities and research while celebrating the accomplishments of its programs and grantees.
The APA Office of International Affairs promotes exchange between U.S. and international psychologists, highlighting international outreach activities, recent publications and cross-cultural projects, and reflecting on the global role of psychology.
A publication of the Office of Socioeconomic Status, the SES Indicator serves to promote scientific understanding of the roles of poverty and socioeconomic status in health, education and human welfare.
The APA Education Directorate's newsletter that focuses on precollege and undergraduate psychology students features articles about careers, interesting topics in psychology, and news about funding opportunities.
A publication of APA's Education Directorate, this newsletter serves as a resource for teachers of precollege and undergraduate psychology featuring news articles, events, teaching activities and curricular materials.
The APA Office on Disability Issues in Psychology's newsletter features disability advocacy and research performed internationally and also within APA.
APA's Education Directorate reports on the year's news and accomplishments from across the spectrum of education and training in psychological sciences.
The Variability Newsletter. a publication of the Minority Fellowship Program, features the work of MFP fellows and Training Advisory Committee members in the areas of research, policy, practice and administration.
The APA's Women's Programs Office newsletter focuses on increasing scientific understanding and training in regard to those aspects that include culture, class, race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and age and discrimination.
APA Practice Organzation Publications
Each issue of Good Practice magazine contains practical and timely information to help psychologists understand and cultivate marketplace opportunities, manage and grow their practices, and confront professional challenges.
The PracticeUpdate newsletter provides information tailored to psychologists who provide health or mental health services and who are licensed by state or provincial psychology licensing boards.