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With more than 118,000 members, the American Psychological Association (APA) advances psychological science to promote health, education and human welfare.
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Tristan E. Masson May 18
With the semester behind me, it's always useful to revise work habits (what worked, what didn't). Here's a useful reference (& reminder) on productivity: grow your attention span, write your goals, get together & get out of the chair via
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American Psychological Association May 18
Early intervention is critical for preventing youth suicide. APA member provides parents with helpful tips on how to proceed if your child expresses suicidal thoughts.
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APA Public Interest May 17
Thank you for helping to pass the and sending the message that discrimination is bad for business, health and families. urges the Senate to pass this important legislation next
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American Psychological Association May 17
Often stigma & lack of access to mental health services prevent people with suicidal thoughts from receiving help they need, but psychologists like are working to change that:
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American Psychological Association May 17
We commend the U.S. House of Representatives for passing the today and urge the Senate to pass this important legislation as well. More from APA President :
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American Psychological Association May 17
Almost all patients tell some lies while in therapy. But information that patients choose to keep hidden may reveal more than therapists think:
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American Psychological Association May 16
Cognitive behavioral therapy can be effective for a range of issues, from marital problems to severe mental illness, but how does it work? APA fellow Thomas Ollendick, PhD, helps break it down.
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American Psychological Association May 16
Replying to @nadine_nakamura
Thanks for reaching out & we're sorry for the inconvenience! Please email convention@apa.org and our Convention team will be happy to help. Be sure to note the date & that you're registering for Early Bird Pricing in the body of your email.
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American Psychological Association May 16
Member Spotlight: OCD is a serious mental health issue with a wide variation of symptoms affecting about 1-2% of the population. Cognitive psychologist works to uncover what causes the disorder and to find the most effective treatment options:
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American Psychological Association May 16
Great question! , what do you recommend?
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American Psychological Association May 16
In discussions about suicide, older adults, especially those in long-term care settings, are often overlooked. Psychologists such as APA member are exploring how to help this population.
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American Psychological Association May 16
Discrimination is bad for business, health & families. It's not just common sense; it's psychological science. Pass the now. Learn more:
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American Psychological Association May 15
This , we released a new report examining people’s views on mental health issues. Now we want to hear from you -- how much do you agree/disagree with this statement: "People should not be ashamed to say a loved one died by suicide."
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American Psychological Association May 15
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How about this one? "If my loved one died by suicide, I would keep quiet about the cause of death."
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American Psychological Association May 15
This , we released a new report examining people’s views on mental health issues. Now we want to hear from you -- how much do you agree/disagree with this statement: "People should not be ashamed to say a loved one died by suicide."
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American Psychological Association May 15
Depression isn’t a sign of weakness or something you can just “snap out of”. It’s an illness that requires professional treatment. Here's how psychologists can help:
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American Psychological Association May 14
On the latest episode of 's Progress Notes podcast, talks about finding her niche and following her passion on her path to becoming a reproductive psychologist:
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American Psychological Association May 14
Experiencing anger daily may be related to increased levels of inflammation, which is associated with chronic illnesses like heart disease, arthritis, and cancer, in older adults:
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American Psychological Association May 14
Understanding how to navigate care is part of mental health awareness. Learn more about your right to equal insurance coverage and fighting illegal denials at
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American Psychological Association May 14
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You're very welcome, and we're sorry again for the inconvenience. Have a great day!
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