"APA is the leading scientific and professional organization representing psychology in the United States. Our mission is to advance the creation, communication and application of psychological knowledge to benefit society and improve people's lives. " - says the APA website
This process is called a debriefing.
The APA defines psychology as: Psychology is a diverse discipline, grounded in science, but with nearly boundless applications in everyday life. Some psychologists do basic research, developing theories and testing them through carefully honed research methods involving observation, experimentation and analysis. Other psychologists apply the discipline's scientific knowledge to help people, organizations and communities function better. As psychological research yields new information, whether it's improved interventions to treat depression or how humans interact with machines, these findings become part of the discipline's body of knowledge and are applied in work with patients and clients, in schools, in corporate settings, within the judicial system, even in professional sports. Psychology is a doctoral-level profession. Psychologists study both normal and abnormal functioning and treat patients with mental and emotional problems. They also study and encourage behaviors that build wellness and emotional resilience. Today, as the link between mind and body is well-recognized, more and more psychologists are teaming with other healthcare providers to provide whole-person healthcare for patients.
Absolutely! Most people do, in my experience. It doesn't matter where the school is (as long as they are an APA accredited program). The doctorate will apply anywhere in the US. Also, the national exam (EPPP) for initial licensure is the same no matter what state you're in. When you take the state licensing exam you must do it in the state you wish to practice in. Although, some states have reciprocity with each other (e.g. if you're licensed in Nebraska, Iowa might recognize your license). And, some states are notoriously harder to get licensed in than others (Illinois, New York, & California).
Schools are not APA approved. APA is a paper format.
An APA formatted paper is writing the paper in accordance with the APA guidelines.
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There is no such thing as a degree in APA.
APA is American Psychological Association.
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APA stands for the acolytes protection agency.
No, sources are not numbered in APA format.
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