September 2012 | Monitor on Psychology | Vol. 43 No. 8
COVER: That gut feeling
- That gut feeling
With a sophisticated neural network transmitting messages from trillions of bacteria, the brain in your gut exerts a powerful influence over the one in your head, new research suggests.
For more than 20 years, neuropsychologist Antonio Puente has been working to ensure psychology's seat at the health-care table.
Neuroscientist Richard Davidson believes that understanding the neurobiology of emotion can help all of us develop the right ‘emotional style' to improve our lives.
Despite his grousing about lab work, William James conducted extensive experiments on the mechanism of dizziness — studies that are little known in psychology circles.
As school budgets shrink, school-based mental-health services are losing resources and support.
How psychology professors and schools can help immigrants, single parents, veterans and other nontraditional students.
Advances in behavioral therapy for Tourette syndrome offer many children an alternative to medication.
APA sends a delegation to Cuba—and its members return with far more than anticipated.
APA's Interdivisional Grants Program unites psychology's subspecialties.
Congratulations to the psychologists who received awards at APA's 2012 Annual Convention last month.
- Children today are more imaginative than in the 1980s, study suggests
- Submit your proposal for convention sessions on helping soldiers, vets and their families
- Much to be thankful for: $5.6 million grant will explore gratitude
- Research explores the processes behind ‘gaydar'
- The tunes they are a-changin'
- Visit gradPSYCH's digital edition: www.apa.org/gradpsych/digital
- Setting a higher standard for high school psychology
CANDIDATES FOR APA PRESIDENT
Independent Practice and University of Washington, Seattle
Emery University School of Medicine, Atlanta
Independent Practice, Phoenix
Independent Practice, Anchorage, Alaska
PsychContinuingEd.com, Columbus, Ohio