December 2003

InPsych December 2003

Psychological services on-line: some issues for practitioners
By Paula Bradley, InPsych production editor

Understanding and treating eating disorders 
By Sarah Ford, InPsych feature writer

APS members only

President's Note 
On surviving uncivil academic journal reviews

Email communication survey: a National Psychology Week initiative By Rebecca Mathews MAPS, APS Research Officer, Elaine Grant, Manager, Communications and Lyn Littlefield OAM MAPS, APS Executive Director

The good thinking behind National Psychology Week
By Andrea Wilson, APS Communications

Psycho-educational diagnosis: priorities and options: Part 1 (appeared in InPsych) and Part 2 (available only via the website). 
By Garry Childs MAPS

 

October 2003

InPsych October 2003
 

Bridging cultures: psychologists working with Aboriginal clients
By Sarah Ford, InPsych feature writer

How psychologists are helping problem gamblers
By Paula Bradley, InPsych production editor 

APS members only

President's Note 
The long and winding road to Medicare

Paid work for the Society? A report on the investigation
By Rebecca Mathews MAPS, APS Research Officer, David Stokes MAPS, Manager, Profesional Issues and Lyn Littlefield OAM MAPS, APS Executive Director

Asylum seekers: where are the supports?
By Graham Davidson FAPS, Director of Social Issues 2001-03 with Susan Burke MAPS, APS Research Officer

 

June 2003

 
InPsych June 2003

Indigenous health and mental health: APS monitors policy changes
By Graham Davidson FAPS, Director of Social Issues

Early childhood intervention: new initiative has great potential
By Sarah Ford, Freelance journalist

Motivating students to learn
By Dr Andrew Martin MAPS

APS members only

President's Note 
Now they see us, now they don't...

Executive Director's Report
Opportunites for psychologists in primary health care services

Peace psychology - getting results in the media
By Susie Burke, PPOWP National Convenor

 

February 2003

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A war on violence? How westerns societies are reacting to terrorism
By Paula Bradley, InPsych production editor

Complementary and alternative medicine: New Interest Group formed
By Richard Goddard MAPS

Psychoanalysis: Restoring balance to psychology curricula By Robert King MAPS, Robert Schweitzer MAPS and S. Giac Giacomantonio MAPS 

APS members only

President's Note 
Medicare rebates: Pipe dream or real opportunities?

Executive Director's Report 
US/UK psychological societies: How the APS compares. Part I

Membership study results: APS travelling well but can improve By John Berenyi MAPS

 

December 2002

 
Cover of InPsych December 2002

On having cake and eating it too...diversity within our profession
By Helen Mentha and Graeme Kane
APS Psychology and Substance Use Interest Group

Malingering - a mine field for psychologists 
By Susan Ballinger MAPS
Past Chair, APS College of Clinical Psychologists

Psychologists and GPs: How to find common ground
By Kim Wyman MAPS, Executive Director, Melbourne Division of GPs,
with David Stokes, APS Manager Professional Issues

Snapshot: what's life like for our rural psychs?
By Paula Bradley, InPsych production editor

Psychologist wins Nobel Prize in economic sciences
By Paul Martin FAPS, APS President

 

October 2002

 
Cover of InPsych October 2002

Banning corporal punishment: Should psychologists lead the way?
By John Reddington MAPS

Testing the nation’s IQ: A blend of science and entertainment
By Con Stough MAPS, Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience
Consultant to Channel 9’s National IQ Test 2002

General Practice – Allied Health Partnerships begin 
By Dr Lyn Littlefield OAM MAPS, APS Executive Director

Increasing the impact of Australian psychological research
By Paul Martin FAPS, APS President