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APA

1. American Psychiatric Association.
2. American Psychological Association.
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The APA Fellows also have assumed the roles of "cultural ambassadors" lately, completing a seven-week tour in the fall of 2003 to Southeast Asia, the Middle East and North Africa, sponsored by the U.
The use of the APA has some benefits to the IRS as well.
The agency demanded that he either obtain an APA permit, which he could receive only through a lengthy and expensive process, or challenge the agency through its own "enforcement process," which amounts to much the same thing.
The APA has primarily been used for testing rutting resistance of hot-mix asphalt.
PsycARTICLES provides access to nearly 30,000 articles from 43 (soon to be 50) psychological journals published by APA, the Canadian Psychological Association, and Hogrefe & Huber.
The APA has lagged behind in the fight against managed care, she charged.
Since Spanish versions of materials became available in March 2001, APA has distributed nearly 8,000 brochures and 850 documentaries.
The organizational rewrite of the APA was prompted by Gov.
In the current economic climate, improvements in productivity can have a meaningful impact on the bottom line of any business," said David Small, senior vice president of APA.
As part of the APA, you agree to retain certain documents to support the policy during the life of the agreement, which is typically three years, unless your business operations change.
APA represents the 12,000 pilots of American Airlines, including more than 2,800 pilots on furlough.