July/August 2014 | Monitor on Psychology | Vol. 45 No. 7
Researchers study the lingering effects of the BP oil spill.
Despite a life-threatening attack against him, J. David Jentsch remains an outspoken proponent of research with animals, emphasizing that the work is needed to save human lives.
In the first of a series of articles on team science, Barbara Stanley explores how today’s more complex research environment is raising new ethical concerns.
News from APA’s Center for Workforce Studies.
At a meeting at the United Nations, psychologists explain how the discipline can contribute to sustainable development.
A new APA task force report calls for more research and public education about trafficking of women and girls in the United States.
A Pennsylvania health group that serves 2.6 million has improved patient care and lowered costs by including psychologists in primary care.
Psychologists are helping people who stutter gain mastery over their symptoms and associated anxiety.
Psychology educators are taking a harder look at student competence.
Once reserved for graphic TV, warnings about disturbing content may be coming to a classroom near you.
Don’t let rejection get you down. Persistence pays off when applying for grants and fellowships, according to these successful grad students and early career psychologists.
Being competent in the face of a disaster takes training and knowhow. Here are some basics.
Simple precautions can ensure that your work, clients and data are safe in the event of a crisis.
Looking for ways to tackle a community health or development problem? The Community Tool Box is here to help.
- NPR’s Joe Palca to speak on the challenges of reporting science
- By the numbers
- Early career psychologists will blog and students will tweet during APA’s 2014 Annual Convention
- Diaz-Granados to join APA as executive director for education
- APA co-sponsors ‘The Science of Kids’ exhibit to promote STEM
- New from APA Publications
- Only 4 percent of Americans know about mental health parity
- APA letter to Uganda president opposes anti-homosexuality bill
A psychology consultant who provides “marital therapy” for the business world.
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