APA and psychologists
across the country are
working to ensure their
place in the nation’s new
What we know and how we can prevent it.
Behavior change in 15-minute
Researchers are exploring promising new
Journey back to Heart Mountain
A new memorial honors Japanese Americans
treatments to modify cognitive biases that
underlie common mental health conditions.
imprisoned during World War II.
Searching for meaning
Psychology is key to pain
management, report finds
Existential-humanistic psychologists hope to
promote the idea that therapy can change not
An Institute of Medicine report identifies
only minds, but lives.
pain as a major public health problem
that will require physicians to team with
psychologists to address pain’s biological,
Inspiring young researchers
Psychology science fairs are on the rise —
psychological and social underpinnings.
and a great way to nurture new talent.
ACT goes international
APA’s violence prevention program is
APA honors longtime members.
expanding to Colombia, Greece, Puerto Rico
The man who gave Head Start a start
As Edmund Gordon turns 90, he looks back on
his career and forward to improved educational
opportunities for low-income families.
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