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APA Urges Senate to Start Over on Health CareOpen in a New Window

Statement by APA president, Antonio E. Puente, PhD, in response to the Congressional Budget Office’s scoring of the American Health Care Act

 

Fathers' Brains Respond Differently to Daughters Than SonsOpen in a New Window

Daily interactions with toddlers may be influenced by gender, research finds

 

Change at Work Linked to Employee Stress, Distrust and Intent to Quit, New Survey FindsOpen in a New Window

Almost one-third of U.S. workers cynical about organizational changes, management’s motives

 

APA Criticizes White House Budget ProposalOpen in a New Window

Proposed cuts imperil public health, research, education

 

Region in Brain Found to be Associated with Fear of Uncertain FutureOpen in a New Window

Findings could lead to new ways to identify and treat individuals at risk for anxiety disorders

 

APA Voices Disappointment Upon Passage of American Health Care ActOpen in a New Window

Urges Senate to reject bill that could deprive millions of people access to health insurance

 

Political Talk Plagues Workers Months After U.S. ElectionOpen in a New Window

Americans say political discussions with coworkers are causing stress, hurting job performance

 

APA Voices Opposition To Revised American Health Care ActOpen in a New Window

Proposed amendment would further reduce health care coverage, association says

 

APA Marks Mental Health Awareness Month With Range of ActivitiesOpen in a New Window

Events will address challenges for children’s mental health, LGBTIQ population, minority boys and men, caregivers and people with chronic illness

 

Rowlett High School Teacher Earns APA Award For ExcellenceOpen in a New Window

Tiffany Karns recognized for commitment to psychology education

 

Prospect High School Teacher Earns APA Award For ExcellenceOpen in a New Window

Daria Schaffeld recognized for commitment to psychology education

 

Why Do Some With Radical Views Become Terrorists Yet Others Don't?Open in a New Window

Special issue of APA’s flagship journal looks at psychology of terrorism

 

Idaho Becomes Fifth State to Allow Psychologists to Prescribe MedicationsOpen in a New Window

Law will increase access to care, APA says

 

Cold Symptoms Feel Worse When People Feel LonelyOpen in a New Window

Quality, not quantity, of relationships makes a difference

 

Climate Change's Toll On Mental HealthOpen in a New Window

New report outlines psychological effects on individuals and communities, vulnerable populations

 

APA Hails SCOTUS Decision Texas Cannot Use Outdated Approach to Intellectual DisabilityOpen in a New Window

Scientifically validated standards must apply, court says

 

APA Urges Congress to Support Veterans Affairs Research, Mental Health ServicesOpen in a New Window

Requests actions to increase recruitment, retention of qualified psychologists

 

APA Teams With Microsoft to Bring Mental Health Education Into the ClassroomOpen in a New Window

Online program links psychologists with students via Skype

 

APA Urges Congress to Reject President's Proposed BudgetOpen in a New Window

Drastic cuts would severely limit science, health, education and human services programs

 

APA Calls Upon Congress to Oppose American Health Care ActOpen in a New Window

Expresses concern to House leaders over Congressional Budget Office analysis

 

APA Recognizes Five Organizations For Healthy Workplace PracticesOpen in a New Window

Employers honored for fostering employee well-being while enhancing business performance

 

People See Black Men as Larger, More Threatening Than Same-Sized White MenOpen in a New Window

Findings could help explain why black men more likely to be shot by police, study says

 

APA Voices Concerns With American Health Care ActOpen in a New Window

Calls on Congress to maintain mental health and substance use coverage

 

APA Endorses March for ScienceOpen in a New Window

Calls on psychologists and allies to participate

 

Patients More Likely To Refuse Drug Therapy Than Psychotherapy For Mental HealthOpen in a New Window

Individuals already on drug therapy also more likely to discontinue treatment early, study says

 

Do You Look Like Your Name? People Can Match Names to Faces of Strangers With Surprising AccuracyOpen in a New Window

Computers can also be programmed to match names and faces, study says
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