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Applying the use of affect psychology to death and dying situations.
An affiliate of the American Psychological Association dedicated to advocating on behalf of practicing psychologists and their patients -- and providing timely online information, products and services to help psychologists grow and improve their practice.
Information and resources on the basic principles of Individual Psychology based on the works of Alfred Adler. Information on upcoming workshops, social/educational forums, networking opportunities, membership opportunities.
The Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis is a psychology journal that publishes experimental research about applications of the experimental analysis of behavior to problems of social importance.
The Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior is a psychology journal primarily for the original publication of experiments relevant to the behavior of individual organisms.
A random sample of 1,319 members of the American Psychological Association (APA) were asked to describe incidents that they found ethically challenging or troubling. Responses from 679 psychologists described 703 incidents in 23 categories. This process of gathering critical incidents from the general membership, pioneered by those who developed APA's original code of ethics, may be useful in considering possible revisions of the code and preserving APA's unique approach to identifying ethical principles that address realistically the emerging dilemmas that the diverse membership confronts in the day-to-day work of psychology.
Resources on dealing with bad bosses, bullying, harassment, and other issues in an organization.
The Stop Bullying Now website lists information and resources on how to identify and prevent/intervene in bullying in schools.
The international membership of the Society for Research in Adult Development (SRAD) includes people from all disciplines who are interested in positive adult development. Positive adult development refers to development starting in late adolescence and continuing through life. The focus is on expanded capabilities and changes that improve the quality of life.
Books and articles recommended by a professor who specializes in research about the spiritual recovery of addicts.
Books and articles recommended by a professor who specializes in research about alcoholism in the elderly.
Books and articles recommended by a professor who specializes in research about counseling adolescents.