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  • Join AMHCA President Dr. Beverly Smith for a Town Hall Meeting

    Join us for a town hall discussion with 2021-2022 AMHCA President, Dr. Beverly Smith.

    During this first town hall we will discuss a recap of the last few months as well as what comes next for the future of our association. We hope to see you there! Click "Register" below to reserve your spot!

    *Note: No CEs given for this event.

  • Comment Period for Revisions to Bylaws Now Open

    The AMHCA Bylaws provide the governing structure for the organization. The bylaws are periodically amended to ensure the mission and vision of AMHCA will be fulfilled in a strategic manner.

     

    There are seven proposed amendments to the AMHCA Bylaws that the Board of Directors is recommending. Please follow the link below to review the current bylaws, the proposed revision, and to submit comments.  We encourage comments from members as well as official comments of a group or organization on all aspects of the proposed revisions. The comment period will close August 27, 2021.

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Community Blogs

  • “A study published in  Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin  sheds light on the importance of perceived partner responsiveness in promoting affectionate touch within romantic relationships. Across a series of four studies, the researchers found ...

  • “Findings from the  Journal of Psychiatric Research  point to a negative focus on the past as a fundamental aspect of depression. The study found that childhood trauma was associated with elevated depressive symptoms, but only among those who showed ...

  • A psychology study offers insight into why psychopathy—a largely “inhuman” personality trait—continues to exist across time and cultures. During a prisoner’s dilemma game, subclinical psychopathy was associated with a strategic social strategy that suggests ...

  • “Men are more likely to make extreme choices and decisions than women, according to new research on economic decision-making, led by an international team of scientists. …The findings show that the more extreme choices and decisions of men can be both ...

  • “When people are told to imagine that an event is going to happen to them and to a friend (e.g., winning $100), people prefer that they and their friend experience these events at the same time rather than on different days. The findings, published in  ...