The second, “A Web-Based Concussion Toolkit —
A Collaborative Resource for Clinical, Research and
Legislative Efforts,” is a collaboration with Divs.
19 (Society for Military Psychology), 22, 31 (State,
Provincial and Territorial Psychological Association
Affairs) and 47 (Exercise and Sport) and will provide
resources for clinicians, researchers and legislation
advocates working in the concussion field. Send your
content ideas to Div. 40 Secretary Heather Belanger,
PhD, at email@example.com.
Div. 46 focuses on psychology applied
Div. 46 (Society for Media Psychology and
Technology) says it will focus on increasing its
membership and encouraging undergraduate and
graduate-level educators to add coursework on media
psychology in 2014. With a mission of advancing
the science of psychology in the research and use
of media and technology, the division plans to help
educators teach students that media psychology
is about theories in psychology applied through
technology. Media psychologists can be researchers,
user experience designers, communicators,
mental health providers, consultants, educators
or application developers. “Technology includes
electronic technology, since all broadcast media is
communicated through technology — the ‘medium
is the message,’” says Div. 46 President Bernard
Luskin, PhD. “All of APA today is about psychology
and technology, and 46 is the special focus division
where it all comes together.” To share ideas or get
more information, contact Luskin at bernieluskin@
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