Monitor on Psychology - January 2012 - (Page 13)

On Oct. 3 and 4, representatives from the Chinese Psychological Society met with APA staff, and the two organizations signed a Memorandum of Understanding to facilitate future exchange and interaction. lloyd Wolf stockbyte APA and Chinese Psychological Society: Furthering interaction and exchange unique opportunity for psychologists to visit Cuba APA is joining forces with Professionals Abroad to send a study delegation to Cuba to focus on practices, treatment, education and research in psychology. The delegation, led by APA Past President Carol Goodheart, EdD, will leave Miami March 18 and return March 23. Delegates will participate in professional meetings and site visits each day. The agenda for meetings and topics for discussion will be determined by the professional background and preferred focus areas for topics of discussion. APA members who are interested in joining the delegation may find details and costs by visiting the Professionals Abroad website (www.professionalsabroad.org) and selecting the “APA delegation to Cuba.” APA’s Dr. norman B. Anderson, center, met with psychologists from the Chinese Psychological Society. From left to right: Xiaolan Fu, Yufang Yang, Kan Zhang and Buxin Han. Psychology is growing rapidly in China, and the CPS delegation, including Yufang Yang (president), Kan Zhang (past president), Buxin Han (deputy secretary-general) and Xiaolan Fu, came to Washington to discuss with APA models of psychology association activities. The two-day meeting began with a briefing by the Chinese delegation about psychology in China and discussion with APA’s Executive Management Group about how the different facets of APA work. The delegation held further conversations with staff from APA’s directorates and offices. APA’s Memorandum of Understanding with the Chinese Psychological Society, its ninth with national psychology associations, opens the door to collaborations between the two organizations. Preliminary discussion focused on models of continuing education, disaster response and public education. Click here to see more photos of the visit. J a n u a ry 2 0 1 2 • M o n i t o r o n p s y c h o l o g y 13 http://www.professionalsabroad.org

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Monitor on Psychology - January 2012

Monitor on Psychology - January 2012
Letters
President’s Column
Contents
Contents
From the CEO
Apa’s Statement on the Dsm-5 Development Process
Girl Scouts Badge Promotes Positive Psychology
Early Investments Pay Off for Poor Children, Study Finds
Apa Meets With Chinese Psychological Society to Further Interaction and Exchange
Unique Opportunity for Psychologists to Travel to Cuba
In Brief
Government Relations Update
On Your Behalf
Psychology’s Growing Library of Podcasts
Standing Up for Psychology
Judicial Notebook
Random Sample
Time Capsule
Questionnaire
Science Watch
Beyond Psychotherapy
Perspective on Practice
Yes, Recovery Is Possible
Inequity to Equity
Making E-Learning Work
New Standards for High School Psychology
A Trailblazer Moves On
Psychologist Profile
Plan Now for Psychology’s Regional Meetings
New Journal Editors
Apa News
Division Spotlight
American Psychological Foundation
Personalities

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