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         Psychologists:     more books (100)
  1. The Good Psychologist: A Novel by Noam Shpancer, 2010-08-03
  2. Ethics and Law for School Psychologists by Susan Jacob, Dawn M. Decker, et all 2010-11-30
  3. The Psychologist as Detective: An Introduction to Conducting Research in Psychology (5th Edition) by Randolph A. Smith, Stephen F. Davis, 2009-03-21
  4. Decoding the Ethics Code: A Practical Guide for Psychologists
  5. The Daily Trading Coach: 101 Lessons for Becoming Your Own Trading Psychologist (Wiley Trading) by Brett N. Steenbarger, 2009-03-23
  6. Secondary Data Analysis: An Introduction for Psychologists
  7. Public Speaking for Psychologists: A Lighthearted Guide to Research Presentations, Job Talks, and Other Opportunities to Embarrass Yourself by David B. Feldman, Paul J. Silvia, 2010-02-15
  8. The Vampire Shrink (Kismet Knight, Vampire Psychologist series) by Lynda Hilburn, 2007-10-01
  9. Psychologist's Book Of Self-tests: 25 Love, Sex, Intelligence, Career, And Personality Tests Developed By Professionals To Reveal The Real You by Louis H. Janda, 1996-07-01
  10. Psychologists' Desk Reference
  11. How to Think Like a Psychologist: Critical Thinking in Psychology (2nd Edition) by Donald H. McBurney, 2001-10-06
  12. Pooh and the Psychologists by A. A. Milne, Ernest H. Shepard, 2001-04-01
  13. The Social Psychologists: Research Adventures by Gary G Brannigan, Matthew R Merrens, 1994-08-01
  14. Practical Ethics for Psychologists: A Positive Approach by Samuel J. Knapp, Leon D. Vandecreek, 2005-10

1. Australian College Of Clinical Psychologists
This professional association is devoted to the support and development of clinical psychologists in Australia, offering useful links and resources for
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Promotes research and represents the professional interests of psychologists in the United States. Includes information on publications and conferences,
>Text-Only QUICK LINKS Members only Psychologists Students Media NEWS Monitor on Psychology gradPSYCH Magazine PsycPORT News Wire Press Releases ASSOCIATION INFO Programs and Directorates About APA Advertise with Us Affiliate Organizations APA Practice Organization American Psychological Foundation State Psyc. Assocs. Divisions ... President's Office APA Responds to Katrina
APA has responded to the devastation of Hurricane Katrina with financial assistance and the unique skills of psychologists when people are in need. APA is offering financial assistance to charitable and relief organizations, dues relief to affected APA members, training to mental health responders, and information to the public and policymakers about trauma , trauma recovery and the role of psychologists in that process. Psychologists On The Front Lines
The efforts of APA's Disaster Response Network have been significant. Read about the work of DRN members in the following article…
In coping with Katrina, what's normal?

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  • 3. National Association Of School Psychologists
    The premier site for information on the profession of school psychology.

    4. EFPA - European Federation Of Psychologists' Associations
    Federation of national psychology associations promoting European cooperation in academic training, psychology practice and research. Includes ethical codes, policy statements, and forthcoming conferences.

    5. Welcome To 42 Online - The Home Of The Division Of Independent Practice
    Public and members areas including mental health related articles and official documents.

    42 Online Contacts: Gordon I. Herz, PhD, Internet Editor Donald J. Franklin, PhD, Associate Internet Editor Rick Weiss, Design Media Pros, webmaster
    Psychologists in Independent Practice Latest News: Divison 42 has endorsed Katherine Nordal #1 for APA President Vote for Katherine Nordal #1 for APA President, a full-time independent practitioner who will work for you! click here ] to view Katherine Nordal's campaign web site information.
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    42 Online Continuing Education 2002 APA Ethics Code: Revisions, Improvements, and Implications for its Application [

    6. PsychSoft For Psychologists
    Psychology related software and code for software.

    7. European Network Of Community Psychologists
    Provides information about research and education in the field of community psychology.

    8. PESTS: Psychologists Educating Students To Think Skeptically
    PESTS is a meeting place for educators (specifically psychologists, although anyone is welcome) to discuss issues involving skeptical thinking and ways to
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    Many students come into psychology courses with prior beliefs that have been acquired from popular or traditional sources (such as the mass media or religious doctrine)beliefs that often conflict with course material. Although we teachers of psychology would like our students to critically examine such conflicts by looking at the relevant evidence, far too often we find that they fail to do so effectively. A fundamental problem is that students tend to feel certain that their prior beliefs are truea certainty that often is based on inadequate evidence. Thus, if we are to teach our courses properly, we need to facilitate in students both a skeptical attitude and the methodological-reasoning skills that will allow them to examine critically knowledge claims derived from such beliefs. PESTS (Psychologists Educating Students to Think Skeptically) is a scholarly mailing list devoted to an active discussion of effective ways of helping students develop their skepticism by learning to critically examine knowledge claims involving mind and behavior. On

    9. The School Psychologists' Home Page
    This web page was created by the Office of Psychological Services, Bartow County School System, Cartersville, Georgia. We hope that this page will provide
    The School Psychologists' Home Page
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    10. OPP Ltd
    Offers psychometric tests, training, consultancy, and its own publications.
    Belgique Danmark France Ireland ... privacy policy Leaders in applied business psychology Enter our site here

    11. Home : American Association Of Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists An
    American Association of Spinal Cord Injury psychologists and related workers.
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    The American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists and Social Workers (AASCIPSW) is an organization of psychologists and social workers who provide for the emotional, behavioral and psychosocial care of persons affected by spinal cord impairment (SCI). AASCIPSW, incorporated in 1986, operates exclusively for scientific, charitable and educational purposes. AASCIPSW provides members the opportunity to develop and refine leadership skills through active participation in the Association. Please lend your support with a critical effort! Medicare must address the "in-the-home" restriction, which severely impedes the health and independence of people with disabilities. To learn how you can help, please click here
    Call for Papers and Posters
    : Please note that the deadline for online submission has been extended from January 7th to Friday, January 21st, 2005. For details

    12. Psychologists
    More than 1 out of 4 psychologists are selfemployed, nearly four times the average Most specialists, including clinical and counseling psychologists,
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    • More than 1 out of 4 psychologists are self-employed, nearly four times the average for professional workers.
    • Most specialists, including clinical and counseling psychologists, need a doctoral degree; school and industrial-organizational psychologists need a master’s degree.
    • Opportunities in psychology are limited for those with only a bachelor’s degree.
    Nature of the Work About this section Back to Top Psychologists study the human mind and human behavior. Research psychologists investigate the physical, cognitive, emotional, or social aspects of human behavior. Psychologists in health service provider fields provide mental health care in hospitals, clinics, schools, or private settings. Psychologists employed in applied settings such as business, industry, government or non-profits provide training, conduct research, design systems, and act as advocates for psychology. Like other social scientists, psychologists formulate hypotheses and collect data to test their validity. Research methods vary depending on the topic under study. Psychologists sometimes gather information through controlled laboratory experiments or by administering personality, performance, aptitude, and intelligence tests. Other methods include observation, interviews, questionnaires, clinical studies, and surveys.

    13. Psychologists
    Significant Points. More than 1 out of 4 psychologists are selfemployed, nearly four times the average for professional workers.

    14. QuickWriter IEP & QuickWriter TEAM By Ewing Solutions
    Ewing Solutions has designed software products to assist school psychologists and educators in writing reports as well as with the new IEP, based on current standards and mandates.
    New QuickWriter Website
    We are currently in the progress of overhauling our website. The new website will increase customer support, and make getting product passwords simpler and faster. Additionally it will now be even easier to buy or upgrade your QuickWriter.
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    is a comprehensive Individual Education Plan (IEP) generating software program designed to meet specific needs of special education professionals (teachers, school psychologists, speech therapists, educational diagnosticians and administrators). With a link to the data Collection product, QuickWriter TEAM QuickWriter IEP ensures that all necessary issues are addressed.
  • Aligns the goals of the IEP to the general curriculum of the school or school district Provides consistent processing of student data Yields quality report in uniform format Integrates the entire process of special education

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    Promotes research and represents the professional interests of psychologists in the United States. Includes information on publications and

    16. NASP: Coping With A National Tragedy
    This handout from the National Association of School psychologists may be used by other organizations without receiving specific permission as long as it is
    Coping With a National Tragedy
    last updated: 2/12/2003 This handout from the National Association of School Psychologists may be used by other organizations without receiving specific permission as long as it is reprinted or posted to websites verbatim, credits NASP, and includes links to the NASP website. More in-depth information is available now and additional information on related topics will be posted over the next few days. The National Association of School Psychologists will continue to provide information to help parents, school personnel, mental health professionals, and others to assist children as they cope with the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on the United States. Adults can have a significant impact on how children respond during this time of crisis. NASP will continue to add new resources that offer useful information on what to look for in children, what to say, and how adults can help. Current topics addressed include coping with terrorism, promoting tolerance, recognizing severe trauma reaction, managing anger and other strong emotions, preventing suicide, school memorials, children and war, and helping children with special needs cope. Some handouts are translated into other languages. We have also provided links to other organizations. Additional information and assistance can be obtained by calling the NASP office at 301-657-0270 or reaching us here on the

    17. APA Help Center
    Information on many topics including family and relationships. Quality articles and a resource for finding psychologists. Resources for dealing with everyday problems. From the American Psychological Association.
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      Questions? Worries? Need help?
      APA's Help Center is your online resource for brochures, tips and articles on the psychological issues that affect your physical and emotional well-being, as well as information about referrals.
      For a Healthy Mind and Body...
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      Cold and flu season...the holidays around the corner...back to school and work. There's a lot to be stressed about at this time of year, but it helps to know how your mind and your body can work to support each other. APA is being joined by many organizations in focusing on mind/body health.
      The Road To Resilience
      How do people deal with difficult events that change their lives? The death of a loved one, loss of a job, serious illness, terrorist attacks and other traumatic events: these are all examples of very challenging life experiences.
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      Fifty-four percent of Americans are concerned about the level of stress in their everyday lives. (APA Survey 2004)
      Resilience: After Hurricane Katrina
      The devastation Hurricane Katrina left behind can leave people with strong emotions and a strong sense of uncertainty. Yet people generally adapt well over time to life-changing situations and stressful conditions.

    18. American Psychologist APA Journals
    Official print journal of APA, publishing articles on current issues in psychology. Includes tables of contents, abstracts, and submission

    19. ABPsi Homepage
    The Association of Black psychologists PO Box 55999, Washington, DC20040. Phone (202) 7220808 Fax (202) 722-5941. Managed by Walk-OnLine.
    Hurricane Katrina - Call to Action
    ABPsi Statement
    This message is a compilation of thoughts being shared between the members of the ABPsi. Almost immediately after Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf coast, communication began to take place between our members regarding the experiences of grief and dismay being experienced in response to the losses and hardships being imposed by nature on the people of Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi. MORE.....
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    20. PSYETA Psychologists For The Ethical Treatment Of Animals
    A nonprofit organization comprised of psychologists working in cooperation with other professional and animal rights organizations to change the way individuals and society as a whole treat nonhuman animals. PSYETA offers the first-ever psychological counseling program for treating animal abusers.

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