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10. There shall be divisional representation to the Council of
Representatives of the American Psychological Association In numbers permitted by the Bylaws
of the American Psychological Association. Division Representatives shall be elected for terms
of three years, the terms being staggered in such a manner as to provide continuity in
representation on the Council. No person shall serve more than one (1) term as Divisional
11. No person shall serve in more than one elected capacity simultaneously,
exception that the President, President-Elect, or Past-President may serve simultaneously as
Divisional Representative to the A.P.A. Council of Representatives.
1. The Committees of the Division shall consist of those standing committees
these Bylaws and those special committees as may be established by the Executive Committee.
In accordance with Article V, Section 7, of the Bylaws of the American Psychological
Association, all committees shall be subject to review by the Association?s Board of Directors.
2. Executive Committee. There shall be an Executive Committee of the
of the President, the President-Elect, the immediate Past-President, the Secretary, the Treasurer,
the Divisional Representatives, and three members-at-large. Members-at-large shall serve terms
of three (3) years and shall serve no more than two consecutive terms. In order to effect staggered
terms, the tenure for members-at-large elected at the first election shall be planned accordingly.
The other members of the Executive Committee shall serve for the duration of their terms of
elected office. No person on the Executive Committee shall have more than one vote. The
Executive Committee shall have general supervision of the affairs of the Division, performing
the duties and abiding by the limitations specified in these Bylaws. Actions of the Executive
Committee affecting Divisional policy are subject to approval by majority vote of the members
voting. The voting for such matters shall be conducted at an annual meeting or by special mail
ballot as decided by the Executive Committee.
3. Membership Committee. There shall be a Membership Committee consisting
Members or Fellows of the Division, appointed annually by the President. It shall be the
responsibility of this Committee to secure and review evidence concerning the qualifications of
all candidates for membership or changes in membership status in the Division.
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