Self-driving cars may soon
be coming to a road near you
— but there are big questions
about the behavior of the people
sitting in the driver’s seat.
An APA-sponsored briefing on Capitol
Hill showcased the role psychologists can
play in building trust between police and
A focus on team care
As APA’s 2015 president, Barry S. Anton
will concentrate his efforts on promoting
psychology’s role in integrated health
Adapting to a warmer world
Psychologists can help people
and communities prepare for the
psychosocial effects of climate change.
Preventing HIV, one pill at a time
Truvada may reduce the risk of
contracting HIV, but it requires high
levels of adherence to work. Here’s how
psychologists can help.
14Grad school applications simplified A new service offered by APA known as PSYCAS
will streamline the psychology graduate school
applications process for students, faculty and
Creating internships in rural areas
A Colorado agency is helping address the
internship imbalance in underserved areas.
Honoring two educators
New award recognizes efforts to promote
psychology as a STEM discipline.
DREAMers in limbo
Despite President Obama’s executive action,
uncertainties and stresses remain for children of
Come to the regional meeting near you
Highlights of psychology’s 2015 regional meetings.