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 NOTICIAS INTERNACIONALES

  APA REACTION TO SETTLEMENT OF TORTURE CASE AGAINST PSYCHOLOGISTS MITCHELL, JESSEN
Duo left stain on their profession, says APA president

  DAVID NYGREN SENIOR DIRECTOR, MARKETING AND BRANDING, FOR APA PUBLISHING
New post to promote key publishing programs

  SECRET TO HAPPINESS MAY INCLUDE MORE UNPLEASANT EMOTIONS
Research contradicts idea that people should always seek pleasure to be happy

  SO LONELY I COULD DIE
Social isolation, loneliness could be greater threat to public health than obesity, researchers say

  CAN DISCRIMINATION CONTRIBUTE TO FEELINGS OF RADICALIZATION?
Lack of cultural identity, marginalization related to Muslim immigrants’ support for extremism, research finds

  UNDERSTANDING HOW PERSUASION WORKS CAN MAKE CONSUMERS MORE SAVVY
It’s not just art, it’s science, psychologist says

  NEW MINDFULNESS METHOD HELPS COACHES, ATHLETES SCORE
Sessions can help athletes at all levels develop mental edge, psychologist says

  OLDER ADULTS WITH HIV: AN OVERLOOKED POPULATION?
Stigma due to age, sexual orientation, HIV status contributes to poor mental, physical health

  AGE OF FIRST EXPOSURE TO PORNOGRAPHY SHAPES MEN'S ATTITUDES TOWARD WOMEN
Young exposure associated with need for power over women, older with promiscuity, study says

  FAT SHAMING IN THE DOCTOR'S OFFICE CAN BE MENTALLY AND PHYSICALLY HARMFUL
Health care providers may offer weight loss advice in place of medical treatment, researchers say

  WHY ARE DOCTORS UNDERUSING A DRUG TO TREAT OPIOID ADDICTION?
Access to counseling for patients, mentoring for physicians could help increase use, survey says

  YOGA EFFECTIVE AT REDUCING SYMPTOMS OF DEPRESSION
Multi-week regimen may be an effective complement to traditional therapy, multiple studies suggest

  APA REAFFIRMS SUPPORT FOR RESEARCH WITH NONHUMAN ANIMALS
Notes contributions to advancing scientific knowledge

  APA JOURNALS PROGRAM COLLABORATES WITH CENTER FOR OPEN SCIENCE TO ADVANCE OPEN SCIENCE PRACTICES IN PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH
Offers preprint services, data repository, open science badges

  APA LAUNCHES COMPREHENSIVE ONLINE RESOURCE ON TREATMENT FOR PTSD
Clinical practice guideline can help inform health care providers’ and patients’ treatment plans for PTSD

  NATION'S LARGEST PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION MARKS 125TH ANNIVERSARY AT DC CONVENTION
Special sessions, posthumous award, other celebrations planned

  STATEMENT OF THE AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION ON THE SENATE'S FAILURE TO REPEAL AND REPLACE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT

  APA APPLAUDS LEGISLATION TO PROTECT PREGNANT WOMEN IN PRISONS
Bill would ban use of restraints, restrictive housing of pregnant women in federal prisons

  WOMEN AND MEN REPORT SIMILAR LEVELS OF WORK-FAMILY CONFLICTS
Research contradicts stereotypes that only women have trouble juggling work and family

  NOBEL LAUREATE DANIEL KAHNEMAN, PHD, TO BE KEYNOTE SPEAKER AT APA CONVENTION
Conversation highlights the past and future of psychology

  APA QUESTIONS ANNOUNCEMENT TO BAR TRANSGENDER PEOPLE FROM US MILITARY
Cites research showing no ill effects of open service on military readiness, harmfulness of discrimination to health, well-being

  APA AGAIN URGES SENATE DEFEAT OF "REPEAL AND REPLACE" BILLS
Measures under consideration would gut Medicaid, leave over 20 million uninsured

  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


 
 
 
 

Psicólogos caballas en el III Congreso Nacional De Psicología
26-jul-2017


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


 
 

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