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Cold Symptoms Feel Worse When People Feel Lonely

Quality, not quantity, of relationships makes a difference
Clinician's Corner
Workshop

Fundamental Principles & Emerging Issues in Ethics

First of a two-part workshop series hosted on-site at APA and online
APA in the News
APA in the News

D.C.’s postelection freakout is bipartisan and ongoing

People are getting involved with various activities to help cope with postelection stress
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Monitor on Psychology

Essential reading for psychologists

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News from APA

Practice Leadership Conference: Stories from the Hill

Several hundred psychologists travel to D.C. to advocate for expanded mental health care coverage.

Psychologists contribute to UN's 2030 agenda

As new U.N. secretary-general takes office, psychologists play role in setting and supporting the mission for the next decade.

Just Say No (To Providing Class Slides)?

Should teachers give students their slides before or even after class?

APA continues its work to address poverty

Association is working to protect access to mental health care, boost the minimum wage and defend other programs that help low-income people.

Events

APA Board of Directors Meeting

APA's Board of Directors will meet in Washington, D.C.

Conference for Teaching Introductory Psychology

TIP Northwest presents the leading national and regional voices in the teaching of psychology and provides a format for attendees to collaborate and connect.

125th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association

News, program highlights, registration and housing information, and activities listings for the APA's 2017 convention in Washington, D.C.

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