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  • 1.Decision Making Within APAGS
    Your participation in helping APAGS make decisions and represent student needs, opinions and issues is, as always, very welcomed and highly encouraged.
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  • 2.Decision Making
    Psychological research on decision making in the context of juries, financial advice, business, industry, and the environment.
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  • 3.American Psychology-Law Society (Division 41)
    The American Psychology-Law Society (APA Division 41) promotes the contributions of psychology to the understanding of law and legal institutions, the education of psychologists in legal matters and law personnel in psychological matters, and the application of psychology in the legal system.
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  • 4.Courses Produced by the HOPE Program Now Offered by the APA Online Academy
    The HIV Office for Psychology Education (HOPE) has released a new online continuing education course, Drug Use and HIV Disease.
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  • 5.Legal Risk Management Program
    The Office of General Counsel minimizes legal risk to the American Psychological Association, its governance volunteers, Divisions and staff by increasing awareness and understanding of legal and regulatory issues that affect APA’s operations.
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  • 6.About the Office of General Counsel
    The Office of General Counsel is responsible for all aspects of legal counsel and representation of APA. It is also responsible for selection and supervision of outside legal counsel.
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  • 7.Program Evaluation Research on Cultural Studies
    Students used their research skills in conducting a needs assessment for a proposed cultural studies major. With the use of multiple methods such as archival analysis, interviews, and surveys, the students were able to provide information to administration and faculty to help shape the curriculum proposal.
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  • 8.Annual reports of the APA Practice Organization
    The annual report to the APA Council of Representatives on the APA Practice Organization highlights many of the ways the organization serves its practitioner members through legislative, legal/regulatory and marketplace advocacy initiatives.
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  • 9.What do Psychologists Need to Know to Help Family Caregivers?
    Psychologists should be aware of the courses and treatments of common medical conditions, family development and systems, and social, cultural and spiritual contexts of caregiving.
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  • 10.Legislative & Legal Advocacy
    Legislative and legal advocacy information specific to APA Practice Members, including topics such as health care reform, medicare reimbursement and access, mental health parity, health information technology, insurance and managed care, hospitals and other health care delivery systems, prescriptive authority, and state advocacy.
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