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Volume 14 No. 4 Fall 2010

Editor Grant Rich Associate Editors Harold Takooshian Richard Velayo

Official Bulletin of the Division of International Psychology [Division 52 of the American Psychological Association]


Inside This Issue Message from the President
Presidential Column (Danny Wedding) 5Division 52 News and Updates
APA Board Meeting Minutes (Neal S. Rubin) Call for Fellows 2011 (Harold Takooshian) Two New International Fellows Elected in 2010 (Harold Takooshian) Translators Wanted (Rivka B. Meir) Division 52 National Speaker Network (Harold Takooshian, Rivka B. Meir, and Ronald G. Shapiro) 2010 Division 52 Award Winners (Danny Wedding) Proposed Changes to Division 52 Bylaws(Rivka B. Meir) Division 52 Proudly Announces Its New Journal: International Perspectives in Psychology (Judith L. Gibbons) APA Council of Representatives Minutes (Harold Takooshian) Division 52 Pictures from the APA Conference, San Diego, California USA Call for 2011 EPA International Proposals 6 9 9 9 10 10 11 11 12 13 15

Research Article
Article A (Author 1, Author 2, and Author 3) 16

A Global Perspective on Death and Bereavement (Uwe P. Gielen) 19

Submission Guidelines for Research Articles International Psychology Bulletin
Research article submissions: The IPB publishes peer-reviewed research articles that deal with issues related to international psychology. The review process takes approximately two months. The manuscripts can be up to 3,000 words (negotiable)and should be submitted to Dr. Grant J. Rich at optimalex@aol.com. The manuscript must be written in APA style described in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Specifically, please pay attention to the following:  Use Times New Roman font if possible.  Please do not use electronic style sheets, forced section breaks, or automatic footnotes.  On the first page of themanuscript, include the title of the manuscript and names and affiliation of the authors.  On this page, you should also indicate the contact person, their e-mail, and phone number.  Please make sure that authors‘ names or any identifying information is not included in the manuscript, with the exception of the title page.  Avoid figures if possible.  Cite your sources within the manuscriptbased on the APA style.  List your references at the end of the paper based on the APA style.  Present tables at the end of the manuscript, after references, each on a separate page. To learn more about the APA style, refer to http://apastyle.apa.org. If you do not have access to the APA publication manual, you may want to get a recent journal article published by one of the APA journals and tryto familiarize yourself with the APA style through this method.

International Psychology Bulletin (Volume 14, No. 4) Fall 2010

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Inside This Issue Books by Members
The Psychology of Global Mobility Mass Trauma and Emotional Healing Around the World: Rituals and Practices for Resilience The Handbook of Stressful Transitions Across the Lifespan Stanley Milgram: The Individual in aSocial World: Essays and Experiments 21 21 21 22

Student Column
Learning to Navigate the Joys and Perils of International Psychology (Jennifer Doran) 23

Current Issues Around the Globe, Announcements, and More
Comparing Standards in Psychology Programs Internationally: First Steps (Claudio Hutz and Sherri McCarthy) Chilean Miners Trapped at 700 Meters Deep (Abel Gallardo Olcay) Psi Chi HonorSociety Goes Global (Martha S. Zlokovich) Call for Papers: Eye on Psi Chi International Columns (Susan Iles) Ethics in Psychological Practice: A Comparison of the Codes of the Australian, British, and Singaporean Psychological Societies (Natasha Riard) 25 29 30 32 32

Work, Food, and Fun—Traditions of the Italian American Psychology Assembly Continue at APA in San 34 Diego (Bernardo J....
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