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Division sPotlIght Div. 2 will highlight early career teaching at APA’s convention The Early Career Psychology Council of Div. 2 (Society for the Teaching of Psychology) will present the teaching symposium “How to Conduct Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Research as an Early Career Psychologist: From Getting Your Feet Wet to Diving In” at APA’s 2012 Annual Convention in Orlando, Fla., Aug. 2–5. Presenters will focus on ways early career psychologists can conduct research and simultaneously enhance their classes through course assessments and other techniques. Also at APA’s convention, the Early Career Psychology Council is unveiling a $250 poster award for projects on the scholarship of teaching and learning. The first author on the poster must be an early career psychologist within seven years postdoctorate or within seven years of beginning full-time, college-level teaching. To submit your poster for consideration, send a draft of the poster and a 500- to 1,000-word summary to stp-ecp@teachpsych.org by July 1. For more information on the award, visit www.teachpsych.org/ administrative/ecp.php. SioP to host annual meeting next month in San Diego Div. 14 (Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology) will hold its 27th annual conference April 26–28 in San Diego. Keynote speakers will Two divisions gain new council seats Div. 39 (Psychoanalysis) gained a seventh seat on APA’s Council of representatives and Div. 50 (Society of Addiction Psychology) gained a second council seat as a result of the 2011 apportionment vote, held nov. 1 through Dec. 16. each APA member can cast up to 10 votes for any division or state, provincial and territorial psychological association (SPtA) or combination they choose. the final tally determines the number of representatives these groups have on the council. three divisions lost a seat: Divs. 40 (Clinical neuropsychology), 55 (American Society for the Advancement of Pharmacotherapy) and 56 (trauma). As a group, APA divisions lost one seat to the StPAs, bringing the division seat total to 97 and the SPtAs total to 65 when these changes take effect in 2013. new Jersey and Massachusetts each won a second council seat, while Illinois lost its second seat. For more information on the election results, contact APA’s elections office at elections@apa.org. include Stanford University social psychologist Albert Bandura, PhD, and Jacqueline A. Berrien of the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The conference features programs on workplace discrimination and sessions on corporate social responsibility, overqualified employees, the aging workforce, work-family issues and workplace incivility, among other topics. SIOP President Adrienne Colella, PhD, of Tulane University, will deliver a talk and announce SIOP’s annual award winners and fellows. The division will also host 12 preconference workshops on workplace challenges on April 25. For more information, contact conference chair Lisa Finkelstein, PhD, at lisaf@niu.edu, or program chair Deborah Rupp, PhD, at ruppd@purdue.edu. For registration information, visit the SIOP website at www.siop.org/conferences. financial psychologists petition for new division Financial psychologists welcome support for a petition to create a new APA division — the Division of Financial Psychology — which would serve as a home for practitioners, researchers and students interested in financial psychology, financial therapy and money as a topic area in psychotherapy. To sign the petition and read more about the goals for the proposed division, go to www.apa.org/about/ division/petition/financialpsych. For further information, contact Mary Gresham, PhD, at drmarygresham@ gmail.com. 78 M o n i to r o n p s yc h o l o g y • M a rc h 2 0 1 2 http://www.teachpsych.org/administrative/ecp.php http://www.teachpsych.org/administrative/ecp.php http://www.siop.org/conferences http://www.apa.org/about/division/petition/financialpsych http://www.apa.org/about/division/petition/financialpsych

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

Monitor on Psychology - March 2012
Letters
President’s column
Contents
From the CEO
Supreme Court rejects eyewitness protections
New member benefit: prevention screenings
A psychodynamic treatment for PTSD shows promise for soldiers
Was ‘Little Albert’ ill during the famed conditioning study?
New research identifies ways to improve eyewitness identifications
In Brief
‘Our health at risk’
Perspective on Practice
APA endorses higher education guidelines
TIME CAPSULE
QUESTIONNAIRE
Random Sample
Judicial Notebook
Help for struggling veterans
Driving out cancer disparities
In the Public Interest
SCIENCE WATCH
Practice, virtually
The legal and ethical issues of virtual therapy
Psychologist PROFILE
EARLY CAREER PSYCHOLOGY
Bringing life into focus
Pay attention to me
AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL FOUNDATION
Division Spotlight
Personalities

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