This Scientific American article provides an in-depth look at recommendations and questions surrounding the process involved when a transgender child is interested in transitioning from their assigned gender to their identified gender.
Recent studies show children with autism and their families may be particularly prone to placebo effects.
A new study has revealed that people with misophonia, or overly intense reactions to certain sounds, have a different pattern of neurological activation in their frontal lobes than people without the disorder when those sounds occur.
Science of Us has published a review of some psychological factors that can lead people to believe fake news.
We are proud to be a sponsor of the 2017 California Psychological Association Convention on April 6-9 in Burlingame, CA, outside of San Francisco. As part of our sponsorship, we are able to award three free convention registrations to deserving psychology doctoral students or postdoctoral trainees to the convention.
The National Register has partnered with the Center for Deployment Psychology to promote the upcoming five-day training opportunity, “Civilian One-Week Training in Addressing the Psychological Health of Warriors and Their Families.” The workshop will be held in Henderson, Nevada, from March 13-17, 2017.
SAMHSA has published a new report detailing the need for behavioral health screenings and interventions in HIV-related settings and providing several strategies for implementing them.
The Veterans’ Affairs Administration has published a series of resources for coping with reactions to traumatic stress.
The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) is now accepting applications for the 2017 National Health Service Corps (NHSC) Loan Repayment Program. The deadline for applications is 7:30 p.m. ET April 6, 2017.
At its December meeting, the National Register Board of Directors elected June W. J. Ching, PhD, ABPP, and re-elected Molly S. Clark, PhD, ABPP, and Sarah F. Shelton, PsyD, MPH, MSCP.