How psychologists are
helping patients with
Little sensors, big data
Psychologists are participating in an NIH
project to collect health data from wearable
Stopping stop and frisk
Researchers and South Bronx residents work
together to document controversial police
Our aging brains
A special issue of APA’s Neuropsychology
explores the way our brains change as we age.
Erasing bad memories
Researchers have found a way to alter memories
in mice. Now they are exploring ways to
manipulate traumatic memories in humans.
Treating drug abuse
As deaths from heroin increase,
psychologists are exploring what kind
of treatment works best.
Can magnets cure depression?
Transcranial magnetic stimulation
is gaining ground as a therapy for
Social status isn’t just about the cars we
drive, the money we make or the schools
we attend — it’s also about how we see,
think and act.
APA board and committee
Last fall, APA conducted elections for its
new board, committee and commission
members. Here are the winners.
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