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 NOTICIAS INTERNACIONALES

  SELF-PROCLAIMED SLACKERS MAY BE SABOTAGING OWN HEALTH
Feeling less active than your peers is associated with an earlier death, study says

  APA UPGRADES APA PSYCNET® CONTENT DELIVERY PLATFORM
New features improve searchability, add useful functions

  REVISED SENATE HEALTH CARE BILL WORSE THAN FIRST VERSION, APA SAYS
Two-tiered insurance markets would force most vulnerable into more-expensive plans

  UNDER STRESS, BRAINS OF BULIMICS RESPOND DIFFERENTLY TO FOOD
Scans suggest food is a form of escape from self-critical thoughts

  APA CONTINUES TO OPPOSE ADMINISTRATION'S TRAVEL BAN
Welcomes clarification allowing some to enter U.S.

  ACCENTUATE THE POSITIVE TO REDUCE RISK OF CHRONIC DISEASE
Greater diversity of positive emotions associated with lower indicators of systemic inflammation, study says

  APA VOICES OPPOSITION TO SENATE BETTER CARE RECONCILIATION ACT
Bill would devastate Medicaid, endanger Americans with mental health and substance use disorders, including opioid addictions, APA says

  APA REFOCUSES PILOT PROGRAM AIMED AT CURTAILING UNAUTHORIZED PUBLICATION OF JOURNAL ARTICLES
Individual authors not program’s target, APA says

  DAN D. ROGERS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL WINS GOLDEN PSI AWARD
Dallas school honored for implementing mindfulness practices

  HEADS OF MAJOR MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATIONS URGE SENATE TO REJECT FLAWED AMERICAN HEALTH CARE ACT
Letter to Senate leaders offers blueprint for health care reform

  MIND CHANGING CAN BE RISKY
Leaders who change stance on moral position seen as hypocritical, less effective, study says

  AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION APPOINTS GEORGE KOWAL AS SENIOR DIRECTOR, SALES AND CUSTOMER SUPPORT
Kowal joins APA's nearly $100 million publishing group after working at Thomson Reuters and The Scientist magazine, among other positions.

  APA STYLE CENTRAL® HONORED AS GOLD STEVIE® AWARD WINNER IN 2017 AMERICAN BUSINESS AWARDSSM

  CHARISMATIC LEADERS: TOO MUCH OF A GOOD THING?
Leaders with moderate amounts of charisma seen as more effective than those with high or low levels, study says

  APA URGES SENATE TO START OVER ON HEALTH CARE
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 SONS
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 FINDS
Almost one-third of U.S. workers cynical about organizational changes, management’s motives

  APA CRITICIZES WHITE HOUSE BUDGET PROPOSAL
Proposed cuts imperil public health, research, education

  REGION IN BRAIN FOUND TO BE ASSOCIATED WITH FEAR OF UNCERTAIN FUTURE
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 ACT
Urges Senate to reject bill that could deprive millions of people access to health insurance

  POLITICAL TALK PLAGUES WORKERS MONTHS AFTER U.S. ELECTION
Americans say political discussions with coworkers are causing stress, hurting job performance

  APA VOICES OPPOSITION TO REVISED AMERICAN HEALTH CARE ACT
Proposed amendment would further reduce health care coverage, association says

  APA MARKS MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH WITH RANGE OF ACTIVITIES
Events will address challenges for children’s mental health, LGBTIQ population, minority boys and men, caregivers and people with chronic illness


 
 
 
 

Presentación de la edición impresa del número monográfico de la revista Apuntes de Psicología del COP Andalucía Occidental
19-jul-2017


Hacia la regulación de la especialidad de la Psicoterapia, una jornada de reflexión del COP Catalunya
18-jul-2017


 
 

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