- January 2018
This issue addresses achievements of the three 2017 Div. 5 Dissertation Award winners, Text mining and item response theory for psychiatric and psychological assessment, American Indian behavioral health clinic, development of a locally-focused interviewing technique, and the latest titles in the fields of quantitative and qualitative methodology.
- October 2017
In this issue: focusing on psychological and educational measurement; the wisdom of community research, call for award nominations, and more.
- July 2017
In this issue: an overview of the upcoming sessions at convention; recognizing award winners; review of Div. 5 mini-conference at Vanderbilt University in March.
- April 2017
In this issue: exploring mixed methods of group therapy for substance use disorders, a report from the Council of Representatives meeting, psychometric testing in the workplace and more.
- January 2017
In this issue: An article from Keith Conners, a dissertation summary from the 2016 Anne Anastasi Dissertation Award winner, current issues and recommendations for improvement in the assessment of English learners and the latest titles in the fields of quantitative and qualitative methodology.
- October 2016
In this issue: report on the council of representatives meeting; Teaching statistics and quantitative methods into the 21 st century; Call for nominations for Div. 5 awards.
- July 2016
In this issue: an overview of the Div. 5 sessions at the upcoming convention in Denver, award winners and more.
- April 2016
This newsletter includes a dissertation summary from the 2015 Anne Anastasi Dissertation Award winner, report on national security interrogations and latest book releases.
- January 2016
This newsletter includes a message from the division president, bylaws changes, a summary of the inaugural Qualitative Dissertation Award winner's research and an article on suicide risk assessment.
- October 2015
This newsletter addresses the August meeting of APA Council, Div. 5 email lists, the 2016 Div. 5 awards, advertising in The Score, Amber Klein and Sheri Stegall of Research and Development at WPS, and Sarah D. Mills' experiences with assessment in a clinical psychology doctoral program.