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The Maryland Psychologist

The Maryland Psychologist (TMP) is the official publication of the Maryland Psychological Association and is published quarterly (4 times per year). This publication focuses on research, practice, and issues facing the field of psychology. The Maryland Psychologist reaches over 1,300 psychologists throughout Maryland and beyond.

Each issues covers important MPA and legislative news, book reviews, substantive articles in line with the issue's theme, and classified ads.

MPA members receive 4 issues of The Maryland Psychologist per year and have online access to archived abstracts and full-text articles. Members can view and retrieve past issues of the TMP, but must be logged in to do so. Nonmembers may view articles but must purchase a subscription.


Recent TMP Issue:

Winter 2013

Current Issues in Geropsychology

Managing the Normal Cognitive Changes of Aging
Paul Short, Ph.D.

Clinical Geropsychology: Focus on Assessment
Elizabeth E. MacDougall, Ph.D.

An Integrated Approach to Geriatric Psychopharmacology
Marla M. Sanzone, Ph.D., M.P.

Alcohol Abuse and the Elderly
Barbara E. Ensor, Ph.D.

Caught In A Web of Losses - Bereavement in Later Life
J. Shep Jeffreys, Ed.D., F.T.

Dementia and Caregiving: The Role of Psychologists and Family Caregivers
Michiko Iwasaki, Ph.D.

The MPA InPSYder

The InPSYder is MPA's electronic newsletter sent to members four times a year (March, June, September, December) in between issues of The Maryland Psychologist.