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APA Reaction to Settlement of Torture Case Against Psychologists Mitchell, Jessen

Duo left stain on their profession, says APA president

Clinician's Corner

Clinical supervision through a new lens

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

How parents and teachers can talk to kids about violence in Charlottesville

Online resources from APA are there for parents, who should also not be shy about asking for help

Monitor on Psychology

Essential reading for psychologists


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


Research Highlights

Articles and research trends in journals published by APA

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News from APA

Where to find research collaborators in psychology and more in this news roundup

Tips on research, finding educational grants and building healthy childhood relationships from the APA Education Directorate.

Nominations sought for journal editors

APA's Publications and Communications Board has opened nominations for the editorships of several journals.

New initiative focuses on healthy communication about race

APA's RESilience Initiative will provide resources to promote strength, health and well-being among youth of color.

Travel to Cuba with APA International Learning Partner Program

A program of international collaboration in research, education and scholarship.


Teaching with APA Style CENTRAL®

This 1-hour webinar covers content, features and tools in APA Style CENTRAL that can be incorporated into course and bibliographic instruction.

I am Psyched! at the University of Tennessee

Multimedia pop-up exhibit that explores the history of contemporary contributions of women of color in psychology.

Clinical Supervision Through a New Lens

With growing recognition that supervision is a distinct professional practice, requiring specific targeted training, has come specific guidelines and practice standards.

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