February 2011 | Monitor on Psychology | Vol. 42 No. 2
COVER: Reflecting on narcissism
Reflecting on narcissism
Are young people more self-obsessed than ever before?
Perhaps the most primal of senses, smell holds surprising sway over cognition, emotion and even other senses.
Christian Huygen has created a club where mentally ill LGBT patients feel safe.
Robert Cialdini’s research harnesses social norms to help you save the world and find a job.
Evelyn Hooker’s groundbreaking research exploded the notion that homosexuality was a mental illness, ultimately removing it from the DSM.
Psychotherapy, rather than medication, should be the first line of treatment, research suggests.
When a toddler bites, how do you handle the biter, the victim — and both sets of parents?
Does separating boys and girls improve their education? Experts on both sides of the issue weigh in.
Emotion’s incoming editor David DeSteno wants to publish more research that shows how emotions influence a wide range of real-life situations.
Isabel Gauthier plans to introduce a brief-articles section and expand diversity in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.
The inaugural editor of International Perspectives in Psychology wants to feature voices from beyond North America and Europe.
Armed with an APF visionary grant, Sarah Watamura is working to answer that question.
GOVERNMENT RELATIONS UPDATE
The association meets with top policymakers to underscore the role behavioral science is playing in curbing the HIV/AIDS epidemic.