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Press Releases

APA Voices Opposition To Revised American Health Care Act

Proposed amendment would further reduce health care coverage, association says
April 28, 2017

APA Marks Mental Health Awareness Month With Range of Activities

Events will address challenges for children’s mental health, LGBTIQ population, minority boys and men, caregivers and people with chronic illness
April 27, 2017

Rowlett High School Teacher Earns APA Award For Excellence

Tiffany Karns recognized for commitment to psychology education
April 10, 2017

Prospect High School Teacher Earns APA Award For Excellence

Daria Schaffeld recognized for commitment to psychology education
April 10, 2017

Why Do Some With Radical Views Become Terrorists Yet Others Don't?

Special issue of APA’s flagship journal looks at psychology of terrorism
April 6, 2017
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  • Psychology: Science in Action
    Psychology: Science in Action is a facet of APA's public education campaign aimed at illustrating the breadth and depth of psychology and the variety of settings in which psychologists work, including research, education, clinical and organizational settings
  • Videos for Psychology Teachers
    The APA Education Directorate and the APA Committee of Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools (TOPSS) have provided these videos for psychology teachers to view and/or use in class as appropriate.
  • Global Approaches to Integrated Care
    A 2.5-day interdisciplinary summit to enhance collaboration, share best practices, and galvanize next steps that are more collaborative and innovative.
  • Psychologists in Integrated Health Care
    This series highlights how psychologists can work side-by-side with other health Professionals to improve patients’ overall well-being.