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View complete APA advertising guidelines at www.apa.org/ads/guide.html Equal Employment Opportunity The following are guidelines for use in composing and responding to advertisements placed in the Classified Advertisement section of gradPSYCH. By vote of the Council, 1974, listings will be accepted from academic institutions under Censure by the American Association of University Professors (AAUP). However, these listings are identified in this publication by the placement of the symbol (•) preceding line classified position openings (and by an editor’s note located in these guidelines for classified/ display ads) in order to advise applicants that the employing institution, or its administration, which includes the administrative officers and the governing board of the institution, has been censured by the AAUP, and that further information may be obtained from the relevant AAUP Bulletin. Advertisements for positions requiring military service must include the following disclaimer: Eligibility for military service requires certain physical abilities and attributes including age, height, weight, and physical ability requirements. APA policy on the use of the title “psychologist” is contained in the General Guidelines for Providers of Psychological Services, which define the term “Professional Psychologist” as follows: “Psychologists have a doctoral degree in psychology from an organized, sequential program in a regionally accredited university or professional school.” APA is not responsible for the specific title or wording of any particular position opening, but it is general pattern to refer to master’s-level positions as counselors, specialists, clinicians, and so forth (rather than as “psychologists”). In addition, it is general practice to refer to APA-accredited programs as “APA-accredited” rather than “APA approved.” The position as described must be in conformity with the statute regulating the use of the title psychologist and the practice of psychology in the state in which the job is available. Employers are required to include any limits or restrictions on position opening advertisements, including any restrictions on the basis of geographical, age, and/or religious factors. The date of first appearance is noted at the end of each position opening listing. Advertisements should be written to convey the following information: • Job title with area of specialization required. • Name of employer. 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In addition, the association reserves the right to refuse advertising submitted for the purpose of airing either side of controversial, social, or professional issues. The general policy is stated as follows: “The publications of the APA are published for and on behalf of the membership to advance psychology as a science, as a profession, and as means of promoting human welfare. The association, therefore, reserves the right to unilaterally REJECT, OMIT, OR CANCEL, advertising which it deems to be not in the best interest of these objectives, or which by its tone, content, or appearance is not in keeping with the essentially scientific, scholarly and professional nature of its publications. Conditions, printed or otherwise, which conflict with this policy will not be binding on the publisher.” Deadlines: All new ads, ad cancellations, and corrections, as well as instructions to rerun a previous advertisement, must be received in writing. 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GradPSYCH - January 2012
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