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Congratulations to our award winners:  Judy Kuriansky, Distinguished Lifetime Contributions to Media Psychology & Technology; Paul Adachi, Distinguished Scientific Contributions to Media Psychology & Technology; Chrysalis Wright, Distinguished Early Career Professional Contributions to Media Psychology & Technology; Kelly Dillon, Student Dissertation in Media Psychology & Technology; and Keith Cooke, Presidential Citation for his outstanding contributions to the…

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Plante, T. G. (2016). Principles of incorporating spirituality into professional clinical practice. Practice Innovations, 1(4), 276-281. Plante, T. G., & Pistoresi, S. (2017). A survey of ethics training in undergraduate psychology programs at Jesuit universities, Pastoral Psychology, 66(1), 1-6. Elaine Rodino, PhD, was quoted several times in a recent book: Collins, Kathleen. “Dr. Joyce Brothers: The…

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Congratulations to Douglas Gentile and Bernie Luskin on their election to APA Fellow status as new Fellows and congratulations to June Ching, current APA Fellow, for her election to Fellow Status in Division 46. Callister, E. S., & Plante, T. G. (2016). Compassion development in undergraduates: A Catholic college example. Pastoral Psychology, 65 (4). Rutledge, P.…

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Balter, L. & Tamis-LeMonda, C.  (Eds.), (2016).  Child Psychology: A Handbook of Contemporary Issues (3rd Edition). Routledge/Psychology Press. Dorothy Singer, PhD, presented the  keynote address on The Power of Imaginative Play at the National Playwork Conference in Eastbourne, England on  March 1,  2016. Irene Deitch, PhD, shared the following media mishap anecdote:  Like all my “MEDIA MARVELS” we enjoy the challenges…

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Joanne Broder Sumerson, PhD joannebrodersumerson@gmail.com Happy Spring! This is a wonderful time of year for cultivating new ideas and implementing change.  Nature is renewed and so are we. This division is growing with new members who are leaders in the field.  Our members are psychologists, practitioners, scholars, journalists, and students who work together to study,…

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Dr. Frank Farley has been honored by the Pennsylvania Psychological Association (PPA) with its highest award for public contributors to psychology, the “Psychology in the Media Award.” His contributions as a public intellectual cover all forms of media including television, radio, newspapers, magazines, blogs and Internet sites. Recent contributions, with the average usually over 100…