What do people do
with psychology degrees?
Data show how career paths differ for
doctoral, professional, master’s and bachelor’s
How much of the psychology literature
A replication movement is afoot in
psychology. But researchers disagree about the
scope and significance of its findings so far.
No remedy for dubious insanity
A new court decision seeks to strike a balance
between one person’s civil rights and the need
to protect government officials acting in good
faith from lawsuits.
The restraint of pregnant inmates
APA and its members are fighting to prevent
the unnecessary shackling of pregnant female
inmates — a practice that speaks to larger
health and mental health needs for women in
prisons and jails.
Belated justice for sexual assault victims
Rebecca Campbell helped Detroit determine
why critical evidence in thousands of sexual
assault cases sat forgotten in a city storage facility
for decades. Now she is bringing her expertise to
other jurisdictions around the country.
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Rachel Goldman helps
patients understand that weight loss
surgery is only the first step toward
Brighter horizons for rural psychology
APA’s focus on rural communities
continues to improve access for
HOW DID YOU GET THAT JOB?
Christina Studebaker, PhD, works to
evaluate legal cases and develop trial
The life-changing power of mentors
Midcareer psychologists talk about
the mentors who made them better
Candidates share their views
Beginning this month and continuing
through the September Monitor, the five
candidates for APA’s 2018 president are
Grants and opportunities
Congratulations to our
APF and the Council of Graduate
Departments of Psychology have
presented 16 scholarships to support
graduate student research.
An important legacy
General Counsel Nathalie Gilfoyle
retires from APA.
Jobs, conferences and more
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