July/August 2010 | Monitor on Psychology | Vol. 41 No. 7
Researchers have all but debunked the idea that girls are innately worse at math than boys. But psychologists have identified other factors that might set girls back.
Children with chronic illnesses star in their own self-help videos, thanks to this pediatric psychologist.
Should you Google your clients? Should you ‘friend’ a student on Facebook? APA’s Ethics Director Stephen Behnke answers those questions and more.
Or how Benjamin Franklin unmasked a fraud and demonstrated the power of the mind.
Decisions in the Supreme Court and elsewhere show the growing influence of psychological science.
Five years after Katrina, new data are illuminating the best ways to help children after natural disasters.
Data fabrication and other forms of scientific misconduct may be more prevalent than you think.
How do you handle fellow grad students who try to undermine you?
Psychology’s training groups are working to increase the number of internship slots.
The 11th revision of the International Classification of Diseases includes psychologists in key roles.
Eight psychologists celebrate more than 70 years of APA membership.
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