📋 فهرست مجله monitor on psychology اکتبر 2019:
6 PRESIDENT’S COLUMN
8 UPDATE FROM THE CEO
9 THE HOT LIST
11 IN BRIEF
84 BY THE NUMBERS
20 NEW APA POLICY SUPPORTS IMMIGRANTS AND REFUGEES
24 RETOOLING PSYCH 101
26 PSYCHOTHERAPY IN CHINA
33 JUDICIAL NOTEBOOK
34 MORE IMPACT TOGETHER
31 5 QUESTIONS FOR ANNE FISHEL
73 PSYCHOLOGISTS IN THE NEWS
62 INSIDERS’ TACTICS FOR SECURING TENURE
66 HOW TO BE A MORE PRODUCTIVE WRITER
70 PSYCHOLOGY FACULTY SALARIES ARE IDLING
74 LAB WORK
78 THE BEST JOBS IN PSYCHOLOGY
THE FUTURE OF REMOTE WORK
More than 26 million Americans now work remotely at least part of the time—and the arrangement can benefit employees seeking more flexibility and work/life balance, as well as employers looking to reduce costs and expand their geographic hiring reach. Now, psychologists are studying ways to maximize the benefits of remote work and help distributed teams work well together. See page 54.
SUPPORT FOR CENTRAL AMERICANS
While much attention is focused on the humanitarian crises at the U.S. border, researchers, clinicians and advocates in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras are also working to help citizens cope with the dire conditions that are compelling thousands to leave those countries. See page 46.
SPOTTING THE SIGNS OF MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT
In the years before Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia become evident, patients typically show subtle but measurable signs of cognitive decline—a syndrome known as mild cognitive impairment, or MCI. Now, researchers are making strides toward better understanding and identifying MCI, and are seeking ways to treat—or even better, prevent—it. See page 40.
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