9 RISING STARS
Faced with rapidly changing demographics, new systems of care and a
demand for innovation, today’s early career psychologists are inspiring
change in a variety of imaginative and effective ways. We profiled a
sample of these innovators: nine who, when faced with a challenge,
invented a new approach to overcome it. See page 42
COVER: DR. ERLANGER TURNER; PHOTO BY ERIC KAYNE
The symptoms of psychosis often start
during the late teens or early 20s—and the
earlier someone gets into care, the better the
outcome. Psychologists are at the forefront of
the early intervention movement.
50 LEFT OUT
Two recent studies suggest that mental
health professionals are less likely to take on
African-American and working-class clients.
What can psychologists, and psychology, do
to address the problem?
When universities replace tenure-track faculty
with adjuncts, it means low pay for professors,
worse academic outcomes and more. A
look at what’s behind this trend and what
psychologists and students should know.
Dr. Dan Libby
Replacing tenure-track faculty with
adjuncts. Page 54