Monitor on Psychology • January 2016 7
A worldwide push for integrated care
Health-care leaders from around the world
met at APA to discuss their goals, successes and
barriers to providing comprehensive care that
integrates behavioral health and physical health.
How many psychologists provide care to
Promoting health and human rights
APA’s 2016 President Susan McDaniel will
continue the association’s efforts to make
comprehensive health care a mainstream
A closer look at Div. 10 (Society for the
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity and
Oklahoma leads the way
on juvenile competency
The state’s new law ushers in an era of progressive
change for other states to follow, though not
Changing lives with psychological
The first-ever APA Public Interest Leadership
Conference offered advice for translating
science into social change.
HOW DID YOU GET THAT JOB?
Erin Baker-Burgoon is a quantitative user
experience researcher at Facebook.
A transplant psychologist
Jared L. Skillings is an integral part of an organ
A growing field of research suggests that
surrounding ourselves with the right dose of
electric light can boost mood and cognitive
function, especially for those most susceptible
to sleep disorders.
New threats to client
This article looks at the
new threats to client
data, discusses the ethical
face, and advocates for the foundation of best
practices to prevent breaches of client data.
Helping cancer survivors thrive
Trisha Raque-Bogdan and Ryan Duffy will use
the inaugural Bruce and Jane Walsh Grant to help
people find meaning in their work after cancer.
Grants and opportunities
Jobs, conferences and more
Starting in the late 1950s,
Joseph L. White, PhD,
boldly forged the
domain of black
the “godfather of
looks back on
his 60-year career
rights of blacks and his
famous 1968 confrontation
with the APA Board of Directors.