February 2010 | Monitor on Psychology | Vol. 41 No. 2
COVER: Visual tricks
James Angelos helps State Department employees perform their best in a war zone.
Psychologist David Anderegg wants to do away with America’s anti-intellectual labels.
One of the first female psychologists tried to bring gender research out of the dark ages.
Professors are podcasting to showcase psychology’s breadth and link research to everyday life.
To improve access to care for Native Americans, the Indian Health Service and two APA divisions are expanding RxP training.
Educators worry that the psych history course may become a thing of the past.
Psychologists are playing an increasing role in cardiac rehab, helping patients change harmful habits and embrace healthier ones. But these specialists are still in short supply.
With more foreign-born clients seeking psychological help, practitioners are relying on language interpreters to improve therapy. Here’s how to make these relationships successful.
Her top priorities include communicating psychological research to the public and helping early career psychologists reduce their education debt.
Mark Hilsenroth will work to bridge the gap between research and practice.
Anne E. Kazak, the incoming editor of Health Psychology, will emphasize putting research into practice.
A new editor broadens the jurisdiction of Psychology, Public Policy and Law.
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