📋 فهرست مجله Monitor on Psychology ژوئن 2020:
14 AS THE U.S. STAYS HOME, PSYCHOLOGISTS MOVE ONLINE
18 TELEPSYCHOLOGY EXPANDS TO MEET DEMAND
22 REACHING THE PUBLIC AT A CRITICAL TIME
24 SEVEN FINDINGS THAT CAN HELP PEOPLE DEAL WITH COVID-19
28 HOW WILL PEOPLE REACT TO THE NEW FINANCIAL CRISIS?
30 RESEARCHERS PIVOT TO STUDY IMPACT OF COVID-19
34 CE: ETHICAL GUIDANCE FOR THE COVID-19 ERA
40 PSYCHOLOGISTS RUSH TO HELP HEALTH-CARE PROFESSIONALS
44 FIGHTING INEQUITY IN THE FACE OF COVID-19
48 SUICIDE AND COVID-19
52 GRAD STUDENTS NAVIGATE THE UNKNOWN
56 ENHANCING ONLINE LEARNING
58 GRIEVING LIFE AND LOSS
62 LIFE AFTER COVID-19: MAKING SPACE FOR GROWTH
3 FROM THE PRESIDENT AND THE CEO
4 THE HOT LIST
7 IN BRIEF
11 CONVERSATION: 4 QUESTIONS FOR STEVEN TAYLOR
13 JUDICIAL NOTEBOOK
64 BY THE NUMBERS
65 APA ELECTION GUIDELINES
COVID-19 SPECIAL EDITION
As the coronavirus pandemic upends life as we knew it, psychologists are responding on several critical fronts. Practitioners are helping health-care providers with stress, researchers are studying the pandemic’s mental and behavioral health effects, educators are moving their classes online and more.
APA SECURES KEY PROVISIONS FOR PSYCHOLOGY
Thanks in part to APA advocacy, the $2.2 trillion pandemic relief package will expand access to telehealth services, including telepsychology. The legislation will also benefit psychologists who provide services in universities, state and local governments, and community health centers, as well as students and early career psychologists.
Learn more at https://on.apa.org/CARESAct
COVID-19’s Impact on Children
About one in five children in the Chinese cities of Wuhan and Huangshi showed signs of depression and anxiety while their schools were closed and they were restricted to home because of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a study in JAMA Pediatrics. Researchers surveyed 1,784 students in grades two through six. Schools in both cities were closed in late January, and the students were surveyed about a month later. The researchers found that 23% of the students reported depressive symptoms and 19% reported anxiety symptoms. Students in Wuhan, the epicenter of the outbreak, were more likely to report depressive symptoms than those in Huangshi, about 60 miles away. Further studies are needed to determine whether the pandemic’s mental health effects on children are temporary or will persist long term, according to the researchers.
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