The theme of my presidential year is connecting to the group experience. Connecting as I view it will occur on multiple levels.
I just returned from the mid-winter meeting where we were conducting the business of our society. It was a productive, fun and thought provoking meeting.
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President-Elect candidate statements from Robert L. Gleave and Craig Parks.
I am an early career academic and counseling psychologist dedicated to helping my students learn what psychology is, as well as how good psychologists think, both ethically, critically, in conjunction with their openness to cultural differences.
I am a first year counseling psychology doctoral student at the University of Denver, and I am so honored to run for the Student Member position for Division 49.
Conclusions regarding treatment efficacy are best justified when ascertained with a high level of measurement precision, rigorous methods, and inferences accurately reflecting the research question (Cook & Campbell, 1979; Bednar, Burlingame, & Masters, 1988).
This set of guidelines closely follows a chapter from my book titled, “Sparky Says Hello” and should be read in connection with this article.
Selection of a new committee chair for 2014-2016, awarding of the 2013 Diversity award, and summary of the diversity committee symposium at APA.