A teacher of children with hearing loss has involved them in specific theater productions to improve self-esteem, language and social skills.
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If you are attending the Ohio Psychological Association Convention, we hope you will take a moment to visit the National Register booth.
National Register Board Member June Ching is Recipient of APA Division 42’s Distinguished Psychologist of the Year Award
June Ching is the recipient of the APA Division 42’s Distinguished Psychologist Award. “Dr. Ching has a record of exemplary service to the Hawaiian Psychological Association, The American Psychological Association, The American Psychological Association Practice Organization and our Division.”
A new analysis has found that the different ways in which people interact with the natural world can significantly predict their overall quality of life.
Researchers in a new 8,000-person study have found five skills that are associated with better health and less loneliness in late adulthood: “emotional stability, determination, control, optimism and conscientiousness.”
On Saturday, April 22, the National Register will join with a number of not-for-profit professional and scientific organizations to participate in the March for Science on the National Mall in Washington, DC.