May 2014 | Monitor on Psychology | Vol. 45 No. 5
Politicians are promoting the idea of universal preschool. Psychologists are helping to illuminate what works.
University of Virginia psychologist Daniel Willingham, PhD, is dedicated to helping schools and families determine which new educational tools and strategies are scientifically supported and worth adopting.
Conducting research over the Internet allows researchers to capture data as never before. But it also presents ethical challenges.
A new scientific statement from the American Heart Association identifies depression as a risk factor for heart disease.
Psychologists weigh in on how the changing landscape of same-sex marriage may be affecting lesbian, gay and bisexual individuals.
Mom still rules when it comes to taking care of the kids, but dads are getting closer.
APA’s new policy resolution encourages a comprehensive approach to gun violence prevention.
Private practitioner, marital expert, and happy husband and father.
STATE LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
At the 2014 State Leadership Conference, leaders create roadmaps for psychological practice under the Affordable Care Act.
From baby steps to full-fledged change, psychologists are exploring new ways of doing business.
APA’s 2014 Psychologically Healthy Workplace Awards celebrate employers making a difference.
How clinical practice guidelines can enhance care and save money in various health-care settings.
The following people and organizations were honored at the 2014 State Leadership Conference held in Washington, D.C., March 8–11.
CANDIDATES FOR APA PRESIDENT
Members will elect the association’s next president this fall.
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