A listserv is simply an electronic mailing list that is operated similar to an online thread. It allows people to easily create, maintain, and control information sent out to a collective list of e-mail addresses. Once a topic is started, other members of the listserv can reply and in turn see others' responses to the original post. Having a single list of subscribers removes the burden for members as they only need to maintain their own subscription status. Many listserv memberships, such as the ANST listserv, are private and by subscription only. The ANST listserv is sponsored by the American Psychological Association.
Our listserv is active and regularly sends out conference announcements, training opportunities such as new internships and fellowships, funding announcements, health-and science-related news, and other interesting and beneficial information. The ANST listserv is not just a place for announcements! Please feel free to begin or contribute to any discussions on the listserv. We encourage members to be active participants, as the listserv also provide a forum for professional development, including learning how to engage in dialogue with peers and colleagues.
When joining the listserv, a good first step would be to introduce yourself to the other members. An introduction email may contain information such as your name, program and/or chapter, research interests, and clinical interests. To subscribe to the ANST listserv, please follow the instructions outlined below.
● Send an initial e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
● In the body of your message - not the subject line -
type SUBSCRIBE DIV40ANST (your name).
A correct listserv subscription should look like this:
SUBSCRIBE DIV40ANST John Smith
● You should receive an e-mail from ANST confirming
your subscription to the listserv.
● Now, whenever you want to contribute to the listserv,
use the listserv e-mail: email@example.com.
● Send an e-mail introducing yourself to the listserv!
Be mindful that there are rules to using this or any other listserv. Outside of practicing general etiquette when interacting with other listserv members, APA has their own set of listserv usage rules that all users must abide by. Please first read the APA listserv usage rules. These rules may be found online here. Welcome to the ANST Listserv - and happy posting!
Division 40 offers four listservs that are open to all interested individuals: the ANST listserv (see instructions to the left), the Women in Neuropsychology (WIN) listserv, Ethnic Minority Affairs (EMA) Interest Group listserv, and teh announcements listserv. Subscribe by visiting the Division 40 Listserv webpage and following the posted instructions.
Information on issues relevant to clinical neuropsychology. Subscribe by visiting Neurolist and completing the online form presented on the website under 'NPSYCH'.
Information on issues relevant to pediatric neuropsychology. Subscribe by sending the message "SUBSCRIBE PED-NPSY (your first and last name)" to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Subscribe by sending an email with the message "SUBSCRIBE (name of listserv - see below listserv titles in bold) (your first and last name)" to email@example.com.
APPIC Post-Doctoral Listserv
Updates on post-doctoral training issues in professional psychology. You can subscribe by sending a blank email to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org. You will subsequently receive an e-mail containing instructions for you to follow in order to confirm your subscription.