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The Journal of Psychotherapy Integration features article abstracts in multiple languages. The abstract of the following article on collaboration between clinicians and researchers can be viewed in English, Spanish, or Chinese: http://on.apa.org/2FeQhTn.
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In our latest podcast episode, Drs. Gregory Brown and Erin Bigler discuss the past 25 years of progress in neuropsychological research and theory. Listen to the podcast here: http://on.apa.org/2ExbWmQ. #neuropsychology
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Using the #resilience portfolio model as a conceptual framework, a study published in Psychology of Violence sought to identify promising protective factors for individuals exposed to #violence and other adversities. The study examined three types of adversities, including victimization, stressful life events, and financial strain. For more information on the article, see: http://on.apa.org/2ElrREQ.
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Aiming to enhance the quality of published research, the American Psychological Association (APA) has released an update to the APA Style Journal Article Reporting Standards (JARS). Promoting transparency in psychological science, the updated standards include guidance on reporting qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods research. APA Style JARS are meant to help researchers in psychology define important aspects of their research, increasing opportunities for funding, collaboration, and replication. Read the press release and APA Style JARS here: on.apa.org/2DMlmuk. #APAStyle #APAStyleJARS
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The December issue of Psychotherapy features a special section on #anxiety disorders. The section includes a meta-analysis of anxiety treatments, a comparison between short-term cognitive–behavioral and psychodynamic therapy, as well as articles examining affect-focused psychodynamic therapy and emotion-focused therapy. Find the special section here: http://on.apa.org/2CGrSkD.
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This December special issue of Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology is now available. Articles within the issue illustrate the use of qualitative methods in research focused upon improving clinical practice in #pediatric psychology: http://on.apa.org/2Bv5smP.
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Since its founding 125 years ago, the American Psychological Association​ has grown immensely in size, diversity, and complexity. The November special issue of the American Psychologist commemorates and reflects on long- and short-term views of the history of APA and its role in psychology in America. The articles span developments related to social justice, education, science, practice, and publications. For more information, see: http://on.apa.org/2nXkBKO.
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A recent issue of Couple and Family Psychology: Research & Practice features a special section titled "In Pursuit of Evidence-Based Approach to Parenting". The articles within the section provide multiple perspectives to help us comprehend the current status of our understanding of #parenting. Read the open access introduction to the special section here: http://on.apa.org/2z7KM56.
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Body image disturbance is a distressing and interfering problem among many sexual minority men living with #HIV, and is associated with elevated depressive symptoms and poor HIV self-care. A recent study by Blashill and colleagues (2017) tested the preliminary efficacy of a newly created intervention: cognitive–behavioral therapy for body image and self-care (CBT-BISC) for this population. The primary outcome was body image disturbance, and secondary outcomes were ART adherence, depressive symptoms, and global functioning. Results: At 3 months, the CBT-BISC condition showed substantial improvement in body image disturbance, antiretroviral therapy adherence and global functioning, compared with the enhanced treatment as usual (ETAU) condition. Results were generally maintained, or improved, at 6 months; although, adherence findings were mixed depending on the calculation method. For more information, see: http://on.apa.org/2BoBTSE. #WorldAIDSDay
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In a study recently published in Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, researchers examined whether there exists a connection between writers and the types of characters they create (2017). Read a free summary of the article here: http://on.apa.org/2BmhX2T. #NaNoWriMo
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