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October 27, 2005

APA’s Award Winning Consumer Help Center Adds Two New Features for the Public and Media

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WASHINGTON, Oct. 27 /PRNewswire/ — Consumers and organizations can now
locate experts to speak on psychological topics at community events through a
new online virtual speakers’ bureau on the American Psychological
Association’s (APA) consumer Help Center (http://www.APAHelpCenter.org). Visitors
can access contact information for psychologists who coordinate APA Public
Education Campaign activities in each state. These psychologists can be
contacted to obtain free speakers about a variety of issues including
mind/body health, developing resilience, and the warning signs of youth
violence.
In addition, journalists can access information on a variety of psychology
topics through the Help Center’s new online media room
(http://www.APAHelpCenter.mediaroom.com). The media room is a one-stop-shop for
reporters writing about the practice of psychology, including issues such as
mind/body health and managing traumatic stress after natural disasters. It
contains fact sheets, mental health statistics, public service announcements,
news releases, and information about the recent hurricanes.
APA’s online Help Center recently received the 2005 Silver Inkwell Award
of Merit from the International Association of Business Communicators’
Washington, DC, chapter. The Help Center was designed to expand the resources
available to consumers, and includes facts and tips on mind/body health,
resilience, and a variety of mental health topics. A number of materials are
available in Spanish.
The American Psychological Association (APA), located in Washington, DC,
is the largest scientific and professional organization representing
psychology in the United States and is the world’s largest association of
psychologists. APA’s membership includes more than 155,000 researchers,
educators, clinicians, consultants and students. Through its divisions in 53
subfields of psychology and its affiliations with 58 state, territorial and
Canadian provincial associations, APA works to advance psychology as a
science, as a profession, and as a means of promoting health, education and
welfare.

SOURCE American Psychological Association
Web Site: http://www.apa.org http://www.APAHelpCenter.org

http://www.APAHelpCenter.mediaroom.com

October 23, 2005

Upcoming Application Deadlines

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Three Initiatives to Build the Talent Pool of Highly Trained Education Researchers

AERA Grants Program
AERA is pleased to announce the AERA Grants Program, which provides small grants, fellowships, and training for researchers who conduct studies of education policy and practice using quantitative methods and including the analysis of data from the large-scale data sets sponsored by National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) and the National Science Foundation (NSF). Learn more about Research Grants, Dissertation Grants and Statistics Institute
January 3, 2006 Application Deadline

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Psychology Dictionary

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Psybox is a group of professional academics and teachers whose aim is to provide you with the material that you need to help you pass your exams. Psybox presently concentrates upon Psychology A-Level and University courses, but we have more subjects in the pipeline – including A-Level and Higher Biology and History.

Our materials are all based upon a successful learning template which we have developed through our experience in schools, and in Higher and Further Education. Each Psybox course contains tutorials and lecture-notes on key topics as well as a range of interactive elements especially designed to help you learn.
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September 27, 2005

CMU CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY PROGRAM GRANTED SEVEN-YEAR ACCREDITATION

The American Psychology Association recently granted Central Michigan University’s clinical psychology program a seven-year accreditation, the longest accreditation period available.

“Seven years clearly indicates they’re not worried about us,” said George Ronan, who was the director of the graduate program during the accreditation process and also is a psychology faculty member at CMU.

Three members of the American Psychology Association came to CMU for three days in April to review the program. Representatives from the University of South Dakota, Duquesne University and Texas Tech University met with faculty and toured the campus facilities before granting accreditation.

To achieve accreditation the clinical program must meet national standards for training. Every aspect of the program is reviewed, including the quality of the faculty, the quality of the instruction, placements of the students in their residencies and what the students do after graduation.

The APA began the accreditation process at CMU in 1989 and granted the program full accreditation in 1996. To maintain accreditation the director of the clinical psychology program must send a report about CMU’s program to the APA every year.

“It’s the program’s responsibility to demonstrate excellence,” Ronan said.

The clinical program measures its success by monitoring the performance of graduates. This past year, the department surveyed 100 graduates to gather the information.

Most of the clinical psychology faculty members have a research clinic housed in the Psychological Training and Consultation Center, which is located in the Carl’s Center for Clinical Care and Education in CMU’s Health Professions Building.

Applicants to the clinical psychology program must name one of the faculty members with whom they wish to work. Only six to eight students are accepted into the program every year, making entry into the program competitive.

For information on admission to the program, contact the chairperson of the Clinical Admissions Committee by visiting http://www.chsbs.cmich.edu/psychology or call the psychology department at (989) 774-6463.

August 22, 2005

Website of the month: WorldPsychology.net

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Website of the month: WorldPsychology.net

….Hello, my name is Mark Allan Sircus and I am a world psychologist, a doctor of oriental medicine, and the director of the International Medical Veritas Association IMVA. There you can find much information about mercury in medicine and dentistry as well as the huge environmental problem that that is building up like an invisible cloud of radiation. There also you can sign up for the Medical News Commentaries that I publish every week.

This World Psychology site is one of three sites that display my work though this one is the largest and represents my writings up to the spring of 2003. In conjunction with the IMVA I have opened the International Detoxification and Chelation Clinic (IDCC) and there we specialize in the detoxification and chelation of chemical poisons from the body in children and adults with safe naturopathic methods.

WorldPsychology.net

July 25, 2005

University Of Oregon Graduate Student Wins National Award

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Eugene, Oregon – The nation’s top honor for graduate teachers of psychology will be presented to University of Oregon doctoral student George Slavich during the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association (APA) in Washington on August 20.

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