December 2003 | Monitor on Psychology | Vol. 34 No. 11
Religion and spirituality in the treatment room
Some psychologists think incorporating spirituality into therapeutic environments could bring new treatment options into the limelight.
Did you know?
According to a July PracticeNet survey, more than half of 203 psychologist practitioners said they asked about spirituality in their last treatment session.
Team spirit in doctoral research
A unique ecumenical group is expanding the study of spirituality and inspiring students to study the science of religion.
Tibetan Buddhism and research psychology: a match made in Nirvana?
Collaborations between monks and psychologists yield new directions in psychological research.
The secret of the 12 steps
Researchers explore spirituality's role in substance abuse prevention and treatment.
Struggling to keep the faith
A new study reveals that many college students balk at consulting campus psychologists for help with all-too-common religious and spiritual struggles.
Kick-starting extinction through massed exposure helps mice overcome conditioned fear faster.
- Lab animal research video now available to members
- Researchers discover early stage of infant word recognition
- Psychologist urges Congress to create NASA safety organization
- Virtual environments no better than maps for navigation
- Expert psychological testimony is focus of APA co-sponsored institute
- British Psychological Society offers a new research resource
- Identifying risk-takers could boost kids' traffic safety
Tests that measure age-related cognitive decline may not be completely accurate, a study says.
Psychologists inform regulators about the best way to remind drivers to use seat belts.
Psychologists underscored the importance of military-backed research in behavioral science.
Positive psychology summit speakers discussed the benefits of a contented society.
Despite a tough financial year, state psychological associations made headway on scope of practice laws, parity and hospital privileges.
In-session strategies are not limited by overall theoretical orientation, finds PracticeNet survey.
APA honors companies in a new national awards program designed to highlight psychologically healthy workplaces.
Universities and community colleges are sharing growing numbers of students and should collaborate more to serve them, say some.
Navy psychologist Scott Johnston monitors and treats U.S. Marines and White House staffers.
A ballet dancer-turned-psychologist helps performers reach career heights.
New editor García Coll will emphasize cross-disciplinary dialogue and added focus on debates and new trends.
The journal's new editor aims to build on its stellar reputation.
PUBLIC POLICY UPDATE
APA thanks those who advocated for psychology on Capitol Hill this year.