Newsletter

Schmooze Vol. 1 Issue 2: New Group on History of Antisemitism

We are pleased to announce this new series to be offered by Daniel Burston: Many Jewish psychologists may not know that there is a great deal of literature on religious (mostly Christian) antisemitism from the late 1960s onwards, and Right wing (racially charged) antisemitism in the mental health professions dating back to the 1940s. While […]

Schmooze Vol. 1 Issue 2: New Group on History of Antisemitism Read More »

Schmooze Vol. 1 Issue 2: APA Convention Committee Report

Ilene Serlin, Program Chair Please join us for APA’s 2024 Mini convention on antisemitism called “Never Again” in Seattle, August 8-10. Building on an unexpectedly successful program last year, we are expanding with proposed titles and speakers from clinical, advocacy, research and educational areas. Some of these include: The Trauma of Indigenous People: JIMENA: Jews from

Schmooze Vol. 1 Issue 2: APA Convention Committee Report Read More »

Schmooze Vol. 1 Issue 2: AJP- Education Committee

Ester (Esti) Cole, Committee Chair As a flourishing new organization, AJP has the advantage of building a novel psychology entity for its members. Within this context, its Mission statement has been guiding all Board and Committee undertakings from its inception. Although the tragic and unspeakable events of October 7th, 2023 continue to impact our ongoing

Schmooze Vol. 1 Issue 2: AJP- Education Committee Read More »

Schmooze Vol. 1 Issue 2: Research Committee Report

Sarah Landua Friedman, Committee Chair The mission of the Research Committee is to promote the scientific study of the psychology of antisemitism. The assumptions motivating the work of the Committee are that the eradication of antisemitism requires understanding (a) the psychological and social processes that lead to it and maintain it; (b) the effects of

Schmooze Vol. 1 Issue 2: Research Committee Report Read More »

How Do We Combat The Antisemitic Propaganda and Hate Pouring Out on Social Media?

by Steven Stein For many of us it’s shocking to see all the support for terrorism and murder of innocent civilians being celebrated by allies and friends of the Hamas terrorists – both abroad and domestically. Our first response may be shock, followed by anger and disgust. But then there might be some helplessness along

How Do We Combat The Antisemitic Propaganda and Hate Pouring Out on Social Media? Read More »

The APA Statement on the Hamas terrorist massacre in Israel and AJP’s Response

The APA Statement on the Hamas terrorist massacre in Israel: APA warns of psychological impacts of violence in Middle East  The psychology community stands in solidarity with all who are working to protect and safeguard human life during this conflict  Washington – The American Psychological Association has condemned in no uncertain terms the recent violent

The APA Statement on the Hamas terrorist massacre in Israel and AJP’s Response Read More »

Become an AJP Member!

Scroll to Top