📋 فهرست مجله monitor on psychology جولای و آگوست 2019:
6 PRESIDENT’S COLUMN
8 UPDATE FROM THE CEO
9 THE HOT LIST
11 IN BRIEF
84 BY THE NUMBERS
22 BREXIT BLUES
26 A DEVICE FOR TREATING ADHD IN CHILDREN
31 JUDICIAL NOTEBOOK
29 4 QUESTIONS FOR MALCOLM WOODLAND
79 PSYCHOLOGISTS IN THE NEWS
56 PSYCHOLOGISTS ON THE TEAM
60 LAUNCH. GROW. THRIVE.
66 LAB WORK
72 LINKEDIN PROFILES THAT GET NOTICED
75 NEW CE OPPORTUNITIES FOR PSYCHOLOGISTS
76 HOW DID YOU GET THAT JOB?
81 THE BEST JOBS IN PSYCHOLOGY
In this issue, we debut a new Monitor series, “More Impact Together,” which explores the interdependent ways psychologists work together to address society’s greatest challenges. In this rst installment, we look at the increased suicide rate in the United States and how psychologists are tackling the crisis. Basic scientists are exploring associated brain changes and risk factors; applied scientists are seeking new ways to identify those at risk; clinical researchers are testing new interventions; and clinicians on the front lines are helping deliver those treatments to people who are struggling. See page 38.
MOVING ASSESSMENT OUT OF THE CLINIC
Technological advances are increasingly moving psychological testing out of the clinic or lab and into people’s everyday lives, with assessments embedded in smartphones, games and even watches. is allows clinicians and researchers to gather more data, and more accurate data. But it also presents challenges, including validating these new instruments as well as addressing data security and privacy concerns. See page 48.
PATHWAYS FOR ADDRESSING DEEP POVERTY
About 18.5 million Americans live in deep poverty—with incomes of less than $12,169.50 per year for a family of four. Now, an APA working group is reviewing the psychological literature to help understand deep poverty’s eects and how psychologists can begin to address this grave social ill. See page 32.
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