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American Psychological Association

The American Psychological Association (APA) is the primary professional organization that represents the interests of a wide variety of psychology professionals, including those working in the fields of clinical, behavioral, and experimental psychology. There's a great deal of interest for both professional psychologists and students of psychology here, including the popular "Monitor on Psychology", which digests compelling and newsworthy research findings from the field. Another fine feature of the site's homepage is the Psychology News Wire, which profiles current relevant psychology news pieces, such as those dealing with treating victims of stroke and working at methadone clinics. The APA has also created a helpful section dedicated to providing high-quality information on a host of important topics, such as anger, Alzheimer's, sexuality, stress, trauma, and addictions. Finally, there is also the gradPscyh magazine, which is the APA publication designed for graduate students studying psychology.
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1999-11-30
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2004-12-16 11:37:38
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2005-01-11 13:59:25
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