March 2011 | Monitor on Psychology | Vol. 42 No. 3
COVER: Hormones and desire
Hormones & desire
Hormones associated with the menstrual cycle appear to drive sexual attraction more than we know.
Oxytocin has garnered media attention for its potential as a social lubricant and as a treatment for autism and other disorders. But researchers warn it’s no panacea.
A California State University psychology professor is bringing evidence-based practice to reality television.
Developmental psychologist Jeffrey Jensen Arnett says that while emerging adults struggle with the lingering effects of the recession, they’ll largely make it through unfazed.
APA’s first foray into mass media began in 1931 with “Psychology Today” — no, not the magazine.
Psychologists are being called on more than ever to counsel out-of-work Americans. Here’s what the research says can help.
Many parents are struggling to manage their children’s care. Here’s why.
Historically, men have been more likely to cheat, but cybersex may be changing that, research suggests.
Jeffrey Martin will edit APA’s first sport psychology journal.
The need for rehabilitation psychology’s expertise and research insights is stronger than ever, says the incoming editor of Rehabilitation Psychology.
The first early career delegates to APA’s State Leadership Conference show that leadership is within a new professional’s reach.
GOVERNMENT RELATIONS UPDATE
Substance use, abuse and addiction research will have a new home, as a result of major restructuring at the National Institutes of Health.
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