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George A. Bonanno, PhD, Beyond Resilience and PTSD: Flexibility and Heterogeneity Following Potential Trauma
Jose Antonio Bowen, PhD, Teaching Naked: Less Technology and More Psychology
Marc Brackett, PhD, Emotional Intelligence: Best Hope for Safe, Caring, and Effective Schools
J. Manuel Casas, PhD, Caution: Immigration Can Be Harmful to Your Mental Health
Nadya Fouad, PhD, Leaning In but Getting Pushed Back (and Out)
Temple Grandin, PhD, Helping Different Kinds of Minds to Succeed
Michael McCrea, PhD, Scientific Update on Sport-Related Concussion: What Does the Evidence Tell Us?
Inge Missmahl, Dipl, Treating People in Seemingly Hopeless Situations: Learning From Afghanistan
David C. Mohr, PhD, The Marriage of Technology and Psychological Intervention: For Better or Worse
Brian A. Nosek, PhD, Scientific Utopia: Improving the Credibility of Scientific Research
Adrian Raine, DPhil, The Anatomy of Violence: Dissecting the Biological Roots of Crime
Michael E. Schatman, PhD, Medical Cannabinoids: A Paradigmatic Revision and Deliquescence of a Stigma
Jillian Shipherd, PhD, and Michael Kauth, PhD, LGBT Veteran Health Care Is Coming Out of the Closet
Brian Smedley, PhD, Standing at the Crossroads: Will the Affordable Care Act Eliminate Health Inequities?
Bryan Stevenson, JD, The Psycho-Social Dynamics of Achieving Justice
Chris E. Stout, PhD, Innovation for Impact: Technologies, Organizations, and Tools for Global Psychologists
Ty Tashiro, PhD, The Science of Happily Ever After
Jean Twenge, PhD, Modern Culture and Individualism: The Pernicious Spread of Narcissism or the Welcome Growth of Equality?
Marlene Zuk, PhD, Paleofantasy: Evolution, Rapid Change, and Behavior
Up Close and Personal An Interview with Alan E. Kazdin, PhD, Yale University—Dr. Kazdin’s research as focused primarily on the treatment
of aggressive and antisocial behavior
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