December 2005

 
- InPsych cover Dec 05

Psychological treatments: Evidence-based practice and practice-based evidence
By Dr Denise Charman MAPS Victoria University and Professor Michael Barkham University of Leeds, UK

A description and case for evidence-based praxis in psychology
By Professor Henry Jackson FAPS University of Melbourne

American Psychological Association: Policy statement on evidence-based practice in psychology
Reproduced with permission from the American Psychological Association (APA).

APS members only:

Outstanding psychologists working to enhance community wellbeing
By Amanda Gordon MAPS, APS President

Finding a way forward in the evidence-based practice debate
By Professor Lyn Littlefield OAM FAPS, APS Executive Director

October 2005

 
- InPsych cover Oct 05

Excellence in teaching: From making it through the first day to making a real difference
By Assoc Professor Eleanor H Wertheim FAPS. School of Psychological Science, La Trobe University

Perceptual illusions of space and time
By Professor Ross Day Hon FAPS. School of Psychological Science, La Trobe University

National Autism Forum
Invited contribution by Professor Margot Prior FAPS. Department of Psychology, University of Melbourne

APS members only:

Improved access to psychological services is key to improving community wellbeing and mental health
By Amanda Gordon MAPS, APS President

Psychology on a grand scale: The APA Annual Convention
By Professor Lyn Littlefield OAM FAPS, APS Executive Director

August 2005

 
- InPsych Cover Aug 2005

The Bridging Project: Physical disability and mental health
By Nick Hagiliassis MAPS (Scope), Mark DiMarco MAPS (Scope), Hrepsime Gulbenkoglu (Scope), Teresa Iacono (Centre for Developmental Disability Health Victoria, Monash University), Helen Larkin (Scope) and Joanne Watson (Scope)

Psychologists and intellectual disability
By Professor Alan Hudson FAPS, Head, School of Health Sciences, RMIT University and Gary Radler MAPS, Gary Radler Pty Ltd

Literacy: The important contribution of psychology
By Chris Pratt MAPS, School of Psychological Science, La Trobe University

APS members only:

Working together to achieve the aims of the Society
By Amanda Gordon MAPS, APS President

It's standard practice in psychology
By Professor Lyn Littlefield OAM FAPS, APS Executive Director

Psychology, the Department of Veterans' Affairs and the Allied Health Advisory Committee
By David Stokes MAPS, Manager, Professional Issues

April 2005

 
- InPsych cover Apr 05

The resilient child
By APS researcher Rebecca Mathews MAPS

Resilience in older age
By InPsych feature writer Sarah Ford

InPsych survey: the results
By Steven Gregor

APS website survey: the results
By Tamsin Stanford

APS members only:

Planning for a stronger Society
By Amanda Gordon MAPS, APS President

Ensuring the good governance of your Society
By Professor Lyn Littlefield OAM FAPS, APS Executive Director

Nearly 12 months of MedicarePlus
By David L Stokes MAPS – Manager, Professional Issues

Pathways to APS membership
By Shirley Morrissey MAPS - Director of Membership

February 2005

 
- InPsych cover Feb 05

Situating psychology's multiple involvements in disaster research, mitigation, and intervention: The need for a reflective and strategic disaster response
A special report by Joseph P Reser, FAPS and Shirley A Morrissey, MAPS

Resilience after a disaster
By Steven Gregor, InPsych Production editor

APS members only:

President's note: Strong media links aid awareness
By Amanda Gordon MAPS, APS President

A professional dilemma
By Frank Tinney MAPS, APS Workplace Issues Advisor and David L Stokes, Manager, Professional Issues

APS responds to tsunami disaster
By Professor Lyn Littlefield OAM FAPS, APS Executive Director

Better Outcomes in Mental Health Care update
By Lyn Littlefield OAM FAPS, APS Executive Director

Health information revolution
By David L Stokes, Manager, Professional Issues