📋 فهرست مجله monitor on psychology:
6 PRESIDENT’S COLUMN
8 UPDATE FROM THE CEO
9 THE HOT LIST
11 IN BRIEF
80 BY THE NUMBERS
20 OVERTURNING LONG-HELD BIASES
24 WORRYING TRENDS IN U.S. SUICIDE RATES
31 JUDICIAL NOTEBOOK
29 3 QUESTIONS FOR ARLIN HATCH
75 PSYCHOLOGISTS IN THE NEWS
56 LAB WORK
60 PSYCHOLOGISTS ON THE TEAM
64 HOW TO MONITOR PATIENTS’ MEDICATIONS
68 MENTORS FOR ALL
72 HOW DID YOU GET THAT JOB?
77 THE BEST JOBS IN PSYCHOLOGY
WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM OUR DNA?
Thanks to advances in genetic testing technology, we may soon be able to know, at birth, something about a child’s risk for developing nearly every known psychological and physical trait and illness over a lifetime. As researchers explore the promise this holds for psychological research—including designing new interventions and treatments—others are concerned about overhyping its significance, and about the societal and ethical implications of such widespread genetic testing. See page 38.
IMPROVING MENTAL HEALTH FOR INMATES
Psychologists have become a driving force behind new approaches in state and federal correctional facilities that improve care for inmates and work to keep people with mental health problems out of such facilities in the first place. Here is a look at some of the latest evidence-based programs. See page 46.
HOW DOES IMPLICIT BIAS BY PHYSICIANS AFFECT PATIENTS’ HEALTH CARE?
Psychologists are among the researchers who are exploring how specific factors, including physicians’ use of patronizing language and patients’ past experiences with discrimination, influence health care. Research is also looking at how implicit bias affects care for patients with certain diseases, such as cancer and diabetes. See page 32.
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