Your selected category does not have any records at your current location.

RSS Psychology Benefits Society

  • Taking Faith in the Future! 4 Ways Religious Involvement Can Help You Age Well
    Thirty-nine percent of people across the world attend a religious service every week, but of them, few know just how beneficial religious involvement can be! As life changes with aging, from physical declines to loss of loved ones, religious involvement can help you remain healthy. No matter your prior involvement or your current abilities, you […]
    Administrator
  • Why Sexualized Halloween Costumes Are Scarier Than You Think
    Every year many children and adults creatively plan out their costumes for the one night where spooky wins. And even though for the most part the holiday may seem harmless it can have scarier consequences for our girls. With the acceptance of sexualized women’s costumes, the line for what’s appropriate to wear at different ages […]
    Administrator
  • APA Joins Forces with the CDC Tips From Former Smokers® Campaign to Reduce Smoking Disparities
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is continuing its national tobacco education campaign—Tips From Former Smokers® (Tips®)—with hard-hitting TV commercials that feature real people who have experienced the harms caused by smoking. The 2018 campaign ads are again highlighting the immediate and long-term damage caused by smoking, and strongly encouraging smokers to quit. […]
    Administrator
  • Psychologists, Make Your Voice Heard Beyond the Ballot Box
    The midterm elections are over, and we all know that voting is a vital means to make our voices heard. But it’s not the only way. Psychologists have the expertise, skills, and opportunity to engage in needed and productive advocacy to advance the issues that are important to us, both locally and nationally. This advocacy […]
    Administrator
  • 25 Ways Psychologists Can Work to End Poverty
    Today marks the 25th anniversary of the declaration of the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. In 2018, poverty is defined as living on an annual income of less than $12,140 for an individual and $25,100 for a family of four in the contiguous United States (US Department of Health and Human Services, 2018). […]
    Administrator