Where are the highest concentrations
of licensed psychologists?
Good news for internship seekers
APA accredited 17 internship programs last
fall, 11 of which received APA stimulus funds
to get there.
Not taking ‘Yes’ for an answer?
Campbell-Ewald v. Gomez raises interesting
legal questions about the relief sought by
Psychologist and behavioral economist Dan
Ariely explores the forces that shape our most
HOW DID YOU GET THAT JOB?
Cary Funk, PhD, associate director of research
on science and society at the Pew Research
Center, Washington, D.C.
Is homework a necessary evil?
After decades of debate, researchers are still
sorting out the truth about homework’s
pros and cons. One point they can agree on:
Quality assignments matter.
The risks of earlier puberty
Children who hit puberty before their
peers are more likely to have mental health
problems, research finds. Enhancing their
coping skills may help.
Researchers have developed new strategies to
help police and other investigators catch liars
in the act.
Five ways to avoid malpractice
Experts share the most common pitfalls
that make practitioners vulnerable to
malpractice claims and licensing board
complaints — and how to avoid them.
Drilling down on dental fears
A growing number of psychologists are
helping patients overcome dental-related
anxiety and other oral health concerns.
ADVENTURES IN INTEGRATED CARE
A rehabilitation psychologist
Angela Kuemmel helps veterans with spinal
cord injuries lead full lives.
a research tool
A look at how to recruit participants using
Facebook — and the ethical concerns that
come with social media research.
Grants and opportunities
Gift to support the field of statistics
Roger E. Kirk has established an APF
fund that will support a $50,000 award
for the Quantitative or Qualitative Author
of the Year.
Jobs, conferences and more