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 NOTICIAS INTERNACIONALES

  APA ELECTS CONSULTANT SANDRA L. SHULLMAN PRESIDENT
Will serve as 2019 president-elect

  APA NAMES FIRST OPEN SCIENCE AND METHODOLOGY CHAIR TO DEEPEN COMMITMENT TO DATA SHARING, TRANSPARENCY IN SCIENCE
Kozlowski is former journal editor, former chair of Council of Editors

  'BARGAINING WHILE BLACK' MAY LEAD TO LOWER SALARIES
Racially biased people may believe African-American job seekers deserve less pay, study finds

  APA DECRIES PROPOSAL ALLOWING INDEFINITE DETENTION OF IMMIGRANT CHILDREN
Cites ‘serious harm’ to psychological well-being, physical health

  HAPPY CHILDHOOD MEMORIES LINKED TO BETTER HEALTH LATER IN LIFE
Fond recollections of parents a key factor, study says

  APA STRESS IN AMERICA™ SURVEY: GENERATION Z STRESSED ABOUT ISSUES IN THE NEWS BUT LEAST LIKELY TO VOTE
Gen Z more likely than other generations to report fair or poor mental health

  THRILL-SEEKING, SEARCH FOR MEANING FUEL POLITICAL VIOLENCE
Access to exciting, nonviolent alternatives may help curb impulse to harm, study says

  STATEMENT OF APA PRESIDENT IN RESPONSE TO SHOOTING AT PITTSBURGH SYNAGOGUE

  APA DECRIES APPARENT ADMINISTRATION ATTEMPT TO ERASE TRANSGENDER DEFINITION IN FEDERAL PROGRAMS
Reported proposal ignores well-established science

  WHEN IGNORING YOUR SPOUSE CAN HELP YOUR RELATIONSHIP
Avoiding a spouse’s demands may benefit low-income couples but hurt wealthier couples, study says

  NICE PEOPLE FINISH LAST WHEN IT COMES TO MONEY
Agreeable people who place less value on money at a financial disadvantage, study says

  APA HAILS SENATE PASSAGE OF OPIOIDS LEGISLATION
Urges president to sign measure to improve prevention, treatment, recovery

  STATEMENT OF APA PRESIDENT ON RECOVERY IN WAKE OF HURRICANE FLORENCE, SUBSEQUENT FLOODING

  APA ANNOUNCES EMPLOYERS FOR 2018 PSYCHOLOGICALLY HEALTHY WORKPLACE HONORS
Nearly two dozen workplaces recognized for fostering employee well-being, organizational performance

  ASIAN-AMERICANS MORE LIKELY TO BE HIRED TO LEAD TROUBLED COMPANIES
Stereotypes that Asian-Americans are self-sacrificing may play a role, study finds

  STATEMENT OF APA PRESIDENT REGARDING THE SCIENCE BEHIND WHY WOMEN MAY NOT REPORT SEXUAL ASSAULT
Traumatic memories stored differently in the brain, according to psychological research

  AMERICAN GIRLS READ AND WRITE BETTER THAN BOYS
Gender gap appears as early as fourth grade, widens with age, study says

  APA APPLAUDS SENATE OPIOIDS BILL PASSAGE
Calls on Congress to agree on package and increase funding for prevention and treatment

  RACIAL/ETHNIC DISCRIMINATION ASSOCIATED WITH LOWER WELL-BEING AMONG ADOLESCENTS
Most prior research on discrimination looked at adults, study says

  ONE IN THREE COLLEGE FRESHMEN WORLDWIDE REPORTS MENTAL HEALTH DISORDER
Students from 19 colleges in eight countries report symptoms consistent with psychological disorder, study says

  IN GUT WE TRUST WHEN IT COMES TO CHOICES
Decisions recruiting gut feelings seen as reflection of true self, more assuredly held, study says

  STATEMENT OF APA PRESIDENT REGARDING ADMINISTRATION'S PROPOSAL TO DETAIN CHILD MIGRANTS LONGER THAN LEGALLY ALLOWED

  EVEN TODDLERS CARE WHAT OTHERS THINK
By 2 years old, children are already aware that others may judge them, study finds

  APA VOICES OPPOSITION TO USING FEDERAL FUNDS FOR SCHOOLS TO BUY GUNS
Notes research showing presence of guns does not make people safer

  APA LAUNCHES VIDEO ON RACE-RELATED STRESS
First in series bringing psychological science to dialogues on race

  TEENS TODAY SPEND MORE TIME ON DIGITAL MEDIA, LESS TIME READING
One of every three teenagers has not read a book for pleasure in a year, study says

  RUDE TO YOUR COWORKER? THINK OF THE CHILDREN
Incivility in the workplace associated with more negative parenting behaviors at home, study says

  DEPRESSED TEENS, DEPRESSED PARENTS
Treating depression in teens may benefit parents’ mental health, too, study finds

  DEALING WITH DIGITAL DISTRACTION
Being ever-connected comes at a cost, studies find

  WHY WE'RE SUSCEPTIBLE TO FAKE NEWS, HOW TO DEFEND AGAINST IT
Thinking developed in childhood makes people vulnerable, researchers say

  IT'S COMPLICATED: OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH TEXTING
From sexting to breaking up, texting can bring us close or drive us apart, studies find

  EVEN MEN GET THE BLUES AFTER CHILDBIRTH
Postpartum depression as prevalent in new fathers as mothers, research says

  YOU'RE ONLY AS OLD AS YOU THINK AND DO
Increased control, physical activity lower subjective age in older adults, research says

  ROLES OF EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMALS EXAMINED
Beyond airlines, colleges and courts struggle to understand need, effects, researchers say

  CAN PSYCHEDELIC DRUGS HEAL?
Psychologists explore potential benefits of hallucinogens for mental health disorders


 
 
 
 

Profesionales de la Psicología, responsables hospitalarios y de asociaciones, alumnos del MPGS y residentes PIR, en la inaguruación del Plan Formativo del COPCLM
14-nov-2018


El COP Madrid participa en el Estudio "Hábitos de vida saludables de las mujeres españolas mayores de 18 años"
13-nov-2018


 
 

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