Psychologists Best to Assess Concussions, Gender Effects

May 26, 2017

Sports-related concussions get tremendous attention from the media and the research community, provoking more debate than all other... Read more...

Risk Management: Investigation Notice for Psychologists Not Cause for Panic

May 25, 2017

Every state regulates the practice of psychology. The simplest regulation is that state licensing is required to call oneself a psychologist.... Read more...

Ethics for psychologists: Duty to Warn & Not Getting Distracted by Legal Cases

May 25, 2017

Some years ago a psychologist in Wausau, Wisc., found himself worrying about the increasingly angry talk by a client. He was distracted... Read more...

Proponent of Internet Tests Contends They Eliminate Bias

May 24, 2017

There is a nationwide inadequacy of current pre-employment and promotion tests for public safety officers, firefighters and emergency... Read more...

Hoffman Report Triggers Defamation Suit Against APA

May 24, 2017

A report contracted by and issued to the American Psychological Association (APA) that alleged staff and the military supported the... Read more...

Integrated Care Offers Opportunities for Early Career Psychologists

April 9, 2017

Early career professionals play an important role in the future of integrated primary care behavioral health. Integrated care has evolved... Read more...

Ethics for Psychologists: Confidentiality Limited for Service Members

March 23, 2017

Although fewer than half a percent of Americans serve on active duty (compared to 12 percent during WWII) the mental health care of... Read more...

Ethics for Psychologists: Terminating Therapy with a Patient

March 23, 2017

I had been seeing Martin for therapy for two years. Initially presenting for couples counseling with his wife, Gina, Martin requested... Read more...

Psychology’s role in the national drug epidemic

March 22, 2017

Drug overdose deaths continue to soar, while the prescriptions of opioids continue at alarming levels and public discontent has been... Read more...

Ethics for Psychologists: Pre-Employment Evaluations for Police and Public Safety

January 24, 2017

The delivery and conduct of Pre-employment Psychological Evaluations (PPE’s) of police and public safety officers are crucial to... Read more...

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