October 2013 | Monitor on Psychology | Vol. 44 No. 9
COVER: The health-wealth gap
Closing the health-wealth gap
Inequality in the United States is undermining Americans’ health and longevity, say experts.
Being hopeful is good for you — and psychologists’ research is pinpointing ways to foster the feeling.
Philadelphia behavioral health commissioner Arthur C. Evans Jr. is using a recovery orientation to transform the city’s behavioral health system.
Organizational psychologist and top-rated Wharton professor Adam Grant says one secret to success is helping others succeed.
Amid the privations of World War II, 36 men voluntarily starved themselves so that researchers and relief workers could learn about how to help people recover from starvation.
The council adopts measures to promote quality in psychology education and to make APA governance more effective.
APA’s commitment to applying social science to protect and expand the rights of LGBT people worldwide is paying off.
Psychologists' research is pinpointing who is most at risk for drinking problems in college and developing more targeted, evidence-based interventions.
New Mexico State University psychologists are expanding mental health care for underserved people and training future psychologists in the process.
APA's Board of Educational Affairs' Golden Psi Award recognizes K–12 schools that use psychological knowledge to foster children's academic, social and emotional success.
The new editor of Interpersonal Relations and Group Processes strives for inclusivity.
A new journal seeks to meet the demand for spirituality-informed clinical interventions.
Many early career psychologists are in the thick of family building and career advancement. Here’s advice on how to make it work.