July/August 2007 | Monitor on Psychology | Vol. 38 No. 7

July/August 2007 Monitor cover

COVER:
The New Women Leaders

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ETHICS ROUNDS

Ethics and the Internet: Requesting clinical consultations over listservs

Exploring the advantages and the challenges of obtaining clinical consultations on listservs deepens our understanding of ethics and the Internet.

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FEATURES

Going to bat for science

Political attacks on research are as prevalent as ever, but APA and other organizations provide a strong defense.

Crunch time in Crescent City

Industrial/organizational psychologists help the New Orleans business community rebuild.

Psychologists on Capitol Hill

This year's congressional fellows consider such issues as children's and veterans' mental health, HIV/AIDS and education.

Trial by fire

Teachers share strategies for reducing new-class anxiety.

Getting ahead of the game

Two West Virginia University sport psychology students start a program working as team consultants.

The ins and outs of federal grants

Seasoned pros offer advice for finding funds.

Honoring innovation

APA recognizes three graduate programs fulfilling unmet needs.

Women Leaders: Rosie Phillips Bingham, PhD

Vice president for student affairs, University of Memphis

Women Leaders: Jean Lau Chin, EdD

Dean, Gordon F. Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies, Adelphi University

Women Leaders: Bernadette Gray-Little, PhD

Executive vice chancellor and provost, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

A. Toy Caldwell-Colbert, PhD

Provost and vice president for academic affairs, Central State University

Women Leaders: Janet Hyde, PhD

Professor of psychology and women's studies, University of Wisconsin–Madison

Women Leaders: Fanny M. Cheung, PhD

Chair and professor, department of psychology, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Women Leaders: Anne C. Petersen, PhD

Deputy director, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences

Women Leaders: Ruby Takanishi, PhD

President, Foundation for Child Development

Women Leaders: Sandra Shullman, PhD

Executive coach, Executive Development Group

Women Leaders: Nancy Tippins, PhD

Managing partner and senior vice president of Valtera, a human capital consulting firm

Women Leaders: Roxane Cohen Silver, PhD

U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Homeland Security Advisory Council

Women Leaders: Brig. Gen. Dana H. Born, PhD

Air Force Brigadier General and Air Force Academy Dean of the Faculty

Women Leaders: Antonette M. Zeiss, PhD

Deputy chief consultant, Office of Mental Health Services, Department of Veterans Affairs Central Office

Women Leaders: Margaret A. Chesney, PhD

Deputy director, NIH's National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine

Women Leaders: Diane F. Halpern, PhD

Director, Berger Institute for Work, Family, and Children, Claremont McKenna College; 2004 APA president

Women Leaders: Dorothy W. Cantor, PsyD

Private practitioner; 1996 APA president

Women Leaders: Norine G. Johnson, PhD

Owner, ABCS Psychology Resources; practitioner; 2001 APA president

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