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Can Shame Be Useful?


No Evidence of Seasonal Differences in Depressive Symptoms

A large-scale survey of U.S. adults provides no evidence that levels of depressive symptoms vary according to the time of year, amount of sunlight, or latitude. ... More>


Can mass trauma actually promote psychological adjustment?


Presidential Column

Licensure for Clinical Scientists: A Critical Issue for Psychological Scientists

Psychological researchers don’t typically see much reason to re-examine the status quo of current licensure practices. But in a guest Presidential Column, APS Past President Robert W. Levenson explains why clinical training and licensure are some of the most important issues facing psychological scientists. ... More>


Accreditation Summiteers in Agreement on Change

Participants in the 1992 Summit on Accreditation from psychology departments and from related disciplines were united on the critical need for urgent reform of the accreditation system in psychology. ... More>