Bruce Sales, (c) the formation of the American Psychology-Law Society (AP-LS, Division 41 of the American Psychological Association) (http://www.
What does APLS stand for?
APLS stands for American Psychology-Law Society (American Psychological Association Division 41)
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- Asia Pacific Law Review (est. 1992; City University of Hong Kong)
- Association for Protection of Landowners' Rights (Tbilisi, Georgia)
- Australian Product Liability Reporter (legal newsletter)
- Anti-Personnel Landmine Replacement Alternatives
- Acquisition Position List Review Board
- Automotive Product Liability Resource Center
- Agricultural Peak Load Reduction Program
- A Poil La Strasse (Saint-Cyr, French Military College)
- Advanced Paediatric Life Support (children's health)
- Alabama Public Library Service
- Antiphospholipid Syndrome
- Arlington Public Library System (Texas)
- Articulating Patient Loading System
- Association des Proprietaires du Lac Simon (French: Owners' Association of Lake Simon; Lake Simon, Canada)
- Association for Politics and the Life Sciences
- Automated Postal Locator System
- Avery Point Lighthouse Society (formed in February 2000)
- American Polish Lowland Sheepdog Club
- A Programming Language with Shared Files
- A Programming Language with Shared Variables
Samples in periodicals archive:
00 Hardcover American Psychology-Law Society series KF9674 Courts often uncritically heed the opinions of mental health professionals in commitment and sentencing proceedings on why a defendant committed a harmful act and the chance of recidivism, according to Slobogin (law, psychiatry, U.
00 Hardcover American Psychology-Law Society series RC480 Across the US, as Stefan (director of the National Emergency Department Project at the Center for Public Representation) found in her research, people with psychiatric disabilities are frequently coerced into visits to hospital emergency departments, where they are frequently treated with disdain and contempt, placed in restraints and locked rooms for hours at a time, and even forced to strip by security guards.