It also dispels common myths about immigrants and emphasizes the need to value the unique attributes and contributions of immigrant populations, particularly with regard to culture and language.
The goals of the report are to: To request hard copies of Crossroads: The Psychology of Immigration in the New Century (Report of the 2011 APA Presidential Task Force on Immigration), please email.
Members of the task force appointed by 2011 APA President Melba Vasquez, Ph D are: Carola Suárez-Orozco, Ph D, Chair Dina Birman, Ph D J.
Manuel Casas, Ph D Nadine Nakamura, Ph D Pratyusha Tummala-Narra, Ph D Michael Zárate, Ph D One of the benefits of serving as president of the American Psychological Association is the opportunity to select projects or initiatives that are personally meaningful.
Subsequent interventions for both HIV-negative and HIV-positive youth must be “adolescent-centred,” occur within the socio-ecological context of young people and take advantage of the innovations and technologies that youth have easily incorporated into their daily lives.