July/August 2012 | Monitor on Psychology | Vol. 43 No. 7
COVER: Smog in your brain
Smog in our brains
Researchers are identifying startling connections between air pollution and decreased cognition and well-being.
Extremely wealthy people have their own set of concerns: anxiety about their children, uncertainty over their relationships and fears of isolation, finds research by Robert Kenny.
Psychologists are reaching millions through TED talks.
At a conference co-sponsored by APA, psychologists emphasize that behavioral interventions are essential to slowing Washington, D.C.’s HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Biomedical interventions for preventing or treating HIV infection depend on human behavior.
A truth seeker in Africa; putting the evidence in peace building; radio messages for peace; an Australian activist; race and education; training tomorrow’s peace psychologists; intractable conflicts.
Sport psychologists are helping elite athletes prepare for the 2012 London Olympic games.
A wealth of new research has explored this age-old practice. Here's a look at its benefits for both clients and psychologists.
How to secure a position that will advance your academic or clinical psychology career.
From poster sessions to social hours, APA's convention offers chances to make valuable connections by chatting up your colleagues.
Early career psychologists who join APA divisions find like-minded individuals who can help them further their careers.
CANDIDATES FOR APA PRESIDENT
Independent Practice and University of Washington, Seattle
PsychContinuingEd.com, Columbus, Ohio
Emery University School of Medicine, Atlanta
Independent Practice, Anchorage, Alaska
Independent Practice, Phoenix