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With more than 121,000 members, the American Psychological Association (APA) advances psychological science to promote health, education and human welfare.
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Although laws protect stigmatized groups from overt forms of discrimination, there are no laws to protect against more subtle forms of bias. A psychology lab is studying which policies organizations can adopt to help.
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How can you support your anxious partner through the heightened stress of 2020? says one of the best ways is to simply be present, even from afar.
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From socially assistive robots to fake news to zoom fatigue, our programming has it all covered. Register now to attend virtually Nov. 12-13 free of charge! See the full schedule:
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American Psychological Association Oct 29
The disruption of has left few unscathed, but financial stress related to the pandemic has disproportionately impacted lower-income households, according to our latest Stress in America survey. Read the full report:
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American Psychological Association Oct 29
Many Americans are experiencing higher levels of stress and anxiety these days. Our contributes to this list of helpful steps you can take to boost your wellbeing and build resilience during a challenging time.
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American Psychological Association Oct 29
Thanks for your feedback. Our team is always looking for ways to improve APA Style and APA Style products. Feel free to submit your suggestions here:
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American Psychological Association Oct 29
Teens who have good, supportive relationships with their teachers enjoy better health as adults, according to research recently published in ' School Psychology.
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American Psychological Association Oct 28
When you turn on the nightly news or scroll the Internet, is what you are reading and seeing true? How do you know? On this bonus episode of Speaking of Psychology, Dr. Dolores Albarracin explains why "fake news" is so compelling—and how to counteract it.
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American Psychological Association Oct 28
Adolescent development is driven largely by increased independence and spending more time with peers—both of which have been curtailed during . explains how parents can support teens as they navigate a particularly difficult time.
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American Psychological Association Oct 28
As American offices and other buildings begin to reopen, psychologists are using new and existing research to help make these spaces feel safer for returning customers and employees.
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American Psychological Association Oct 27
Can psychologists legally provide virtual services across state lines? It depends. Here's what you need to know.
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American Psychological Association Oct 27
This weekend, the clocks will change for the end of daylight savings time. offers up a few tips you can follow now to help make a smooth transition.
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American Psychological Association Oct 27
Better memory can help protect against a decline in physical health, particularly for older individuals, according to research recently published in ' Psychology and Aging.
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American Psychological Association Oct 26
You smile when you’re happy and you frown when you’re sad...right? Actually, decades of research on emotions suggest that these signals are a far-from-foolproof way to infer someone’s state of mind.
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American Psychological Association Oct 26
“People used to talk about self-care in terms of pampering yourself, but self-care today is more like parenting yourself.”— explains how 2020 is changing the concept of self-care.
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American Psychological Association Oct 26
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If SCOTUS strikes down the ACA, young people will lose access to critical care and services while facing a collective mental health crisis. Read more about the mental health impacts of in our latest Stress in America report:
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American Psychological Association Oct 26
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Over the past year, the number of uninsured children increased by more than at any point over the last decade. has only exacerbated this trend. Repealing the ACA would have devastating consequences for children’s physical and mental health.
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American Psychological Association Oct 26
An estimated 1.75 million children would lose health insurance if the Supreme Court strikes down the Affordable Care Act. That's if the law is repealed. We support maintaining and strengthening the ACA, which ensures that mental health care is an essential benefit.
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Madeline Thompson (She/Her) Oct 25
“3. Put your plan where you can see it.” I used to have a safety plan taped above my desk, a copy in my planner, and one in my backpack. If it’s where you can see it, you’ll be able to a) remember it exists and b) be able to use it without much effort on bad days.
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Lindsey Theis Oct 26
Y'all, we're stressed. Here's how stressed, according to the . Big thank you to and for advice on how we can cope right now.
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