May 2000 | Monitor on Psychology | Vol. 31 No. 5
COVER: The postdoc trap
- The postdoc trap
Psychology graduates in search of supervised experience face Catch 22.
- APA participates in White House meeting to curb psychotropic drug use among preschoolers
- APA mourns loss of Catherine Acuff
- Council establishes organization to enable more advocacy
- Young and restless: Children stay up later, lose more sleep
- Graduate students to converge on Capitol Hill in August
- Report details a plan to translate behavioral research into practice
Researchers have a theory to explain why we say 'I knew that!' when we really didn't.
A new offshoot of APA's public education campaign responds to parents' need for better communication with their children.
A University of Pennsylvania commission scrutinizes America's uncivil behavior.
NSF program officers take an opportunity to shape science.
The student-run, student-reviewed Representative Research in Social Psychology celebrates 30 years.
Psychologists' nonprofit venture evades managed-care's challenges and encourages volunteerism.
Norman Bradburn hopes to lead an expansion of the social, behavioral and economic sciences at the National Science Foundation.
An historic meeting for education
APA's 108th Annual Convention will be held Aug. 48, Washington, D.C.
Awards will be presented at APA's Annual Convention.
PUBLIC POLICY UPDATE
STATE LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
Federal initiatives put mental health issues on the front burner.
APA's State Leadership Conference applauds partnership between--and joint membership in--national and state psychological associations.
CANDIDATES FOR APA PRESIDENT
APA BOOK NOTES
A new book helps practitioners see how their reactions to patients' trauma can influence treatment.