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APLSAntiphospholipid Syndrome
APLSAdvanced Paediatric Life Support (children's health)
APLSArlington Public Library System (Texas)
APLSAlabama Public Library Service
APLSAmerican Psychology-Law Society (American Psychological Association Division 41)
APLSAssociation for Politics and the Life Sciences
APLSAvery Point Lighthouse Society (formed in February 2000)
APLSArticulating Patient Loading System
APLSAssociation des Proprietaires du Lac Simon (French: Owners' Association of Lake Simon; Lake Simon, Canada)
APLSAutomated Postal Locator System
APLSA Poil La Strasse (Saint-Cyr, French Military College)
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Bruce Sales, (c) the formation of the American Psychology-Law Society (AP-LS, Division 41 of the American Psychological Association) (http://www.ap-ls.org) and the American Academy of Psychiatry and Law (http://www.aapl.org/), (d) the initiation of an interdisciplinary journal (Law and Human Behavior, http://www.springer.com/psychology/law+&+psychology/journal/10979) and a book series (Perspectives in Law & Psychology, http://www.springer.com/series/6421), and (e) the establishment by AP-LS of the American Board of Forensic Psychology (http://www.abfp.com) for the credentialing of psychologists specializing in forensic issues.
To assist my clinically- and empirically-minded students, I provide them with the following list of organizations: the American Psychology-Law Society (http://www.ap-ls.org; http://www.aplsstudentsection.com), the European Association for Psychology & Law (http://www.law.kuleuven.be/eapl/), the International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services (http://www.iafmhs.org/iafmhs.asp), National Association for Forensic Counselors (http://www.nationalafc.com/), Law and Society Association (http://www.lawandsociety.org), and the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI, http://www.spssi.org).
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