NEW! AAPB Webinar 1: Physiology of Stress - Why it Matters
Learn how to explain how biofeedback and neurofeedback can be used to modulate the stress response, list the steps of activation of the fight or flight response, list the activation of the HPA axis, and the effects of chronic activation of the HPA axis – all in 90 minutes! Click here to register now!
Presented by Dr. Jan B. Newman
May 21, 2013
Click here to access the March 2013 President’s Letter (members-only).
NEW!!! Click here to view the results of the 2012 AAPB Membership Needs Assessment Survey. Please note: You will need your member login and password to access this data.
AAPB is dedicated to anticipating and understanding the needs and wants of our members, and wants to ensure that current programs and services are serving you effectively. Some of the key points were have learned from this assessments are a desire to keep the existing membership categories, a desire for more information on how the governing structure of AAPB functions, many concerns about the high cost of the conference, a preference for organizing the conference around topics and appreciation for the opportunity to have a voice in the association. Speaking of having a voice, I am making a change in the Presidential Address. Typically the president chooses who will speak, but this year I am using my "presidential prerogative" and am hereby asking the membership if they have anyone in mind that would be a good choice to give the Presidential Address. I cannot guarantee your choice will be chosen but it does open it up a bit for member input, so send me some names!
Thank you for your time and investment in the future of our field of study.
Details on obtaining your APA CE verification
Psychologists and other attendees seeking APA-approved continuing education credit for attending the 2012 AAPB Annual Meeting must complete the online evaluation. Please click here to access the online CE evaluation. Your CE certificate is the white copy of the form that you completed onsite at the Annual Meeting. If you forgot to return your form - please mail it to us at 10200 W. 44th Ave. #304, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 or email a PDF file to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ritalin Gone Wrong by L. Alan Sroufe - Published: January 28, 2012 in The New York Times Sunday Review | The Opinion Pages.
The PAIN: Assessment & Intervention From a Psychophysiological Perspective, 2nd Ed. book published by AAPB is now available for purchase. Go to the AAPB Store for more information.