May 2000 | Monitor on Psychology | Vol. 31 No. 5

May 2000 Monitor cover

COVER:
The postdoc trap

  • The postdoc trap

    Psychology graduates in search of supervised experience face Catch 22.

TIME CAPSULE

A man and woman at a table drinking

FEATURES

Blinded by hindsight

Researchers have a theory to explain why we say 'I knew that!' when we really didn't.

Butting heads, American style

A University of Pennsylvania commission scrutinizes America's uncivil behavior.

A student publishing tradition

The student-run, student-reviewed Representative Research in Social Psychology celebrates 30 years.

Therapy that rewards clients and community

Psychologists' nonprofit venture evades managed-care's challenges and encourages volunteerism.

Psychologist, statistician and top-notch scientist

Norman Bradburn hopes to lead an expansion of the social, behavioral and economic sciences at the National Science Foundation.

Education & Training

An historic meeting for education

STATE LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE

Shalala: ensuring that the 'unquiet mind does not suffer quietly alone'

Federal initiatives put mental health issues on the front burner.

Psychology finds strength in numbers

APA's State Leadership Conference applauds partnership between--and joint membership in--national and state psychological associations.

COLUMNS

Judicial Notebook

President's Column

Professional Point

Shared Perspectives

DEPARTMENTS

People