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 NOTICIAS INTERNACIONALES

  APA NAMES FIRST CHIEF ADVOCACY OFFICER
McGuire brings lengthy experience with Capitol Hill, executive branch, private sector

  GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN INCREASING STRESS ON FEDERAL WORKERS, CONTRACTORS, FAMILIES, APA SAYS
Important work of scientific researchers also curtailed

  WHITES STRUGGLE TO TELL REAL FROM FAKE SMILES ON BLACK FACES
Key may be reluctance to make eye contact, study says

  CERTAIN MORAL VALUES MAY LEAD TO MORE PREJUDICE, DISCRIMINATION
People who prioritize strict adherence to purity over care judge gay and transgender people to be less human, study says

  LOOKING ON BRIGHT SIDE MAY REDUCE ANXIETY, ESPECIALLY WHEN MONEY IS TIGHT
Effect holds over almost a decade, study says

  STATEMENT OF AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION CEO REGARDING TEXAS JUDGE’S DECLARATION OF ACA AS UNCONSTITUTIONAL
Calls for congressional action, expanded coverage, especially in light of opioid epidemic

  APA NAMES DIAZ-GRANADOS DEPUTY CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Experienced psychologist brings wide-ranging background in science, academia, management

  APA PRESIDENT APPOINTS NEW ADVOCACY COORDINATING COMMITTEE
Companion organization committee will evaluate and prioritize APA’s integrated advocacy agenda

  APA NAMES SHILLING AS NEW CHIEF SCIENTIFIC OFFICER
Brings broad experience as researcher, administrator

  APA CONDEMNS ANTI-SEMITIC TARGETING OF NEW YORK PSYCHOLOGIST
Concerned by disturbing increase in hate crimes

  SEXIST MEN UNDERESTIMATE THEIR POWER IN ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS
Concern for losing power to women can lead to more aggression, study says

  APA STATEMENT ON PROPOSED REFORMS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT RULES FOR UNIVERSITIES
Changes could deter victims from coming forward, says APA president

  APA NOMINATES FIVE PSYCHOLOGISTS TO ED. DEPT. RULEMAKING PANEL
If chosen, they would represent APA’s values, positions on accreditation issues

  KILLER WHALES SHARE PERSONALITY TRAITS WITH HUMANS, CHIMPANZEES
Complex social interactions may require certain personality traits, study finds

  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


 
 
 
 

Entrega de los premios de la 13ª edición del Concurso de Felicitaciones de Año Nuevo del COP Madrid
18-ene-2019


Entrega de Premios del I Certamen de Relato Breve del COP Madrid “Dale un giro a tu vida”
17-ene-2019


 
 

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