Monitor on Psychology - October 2011 - (Page 82)
Awards for Outstanding Lifetime Contributions to Psychology: Florence L. Denmark, PhD, and James M. Jones, PhD
APA Council of Representatives Raymond D. Fowler Award: Bonnie R. Strickland, PhD
APA honors psychology’s best at its 2011 Annual Convention in Washington, D.C.
Distinguished Contribution of Applications of Psychology to Education and Training: Arthur C. Graesser, PhD Psi Chi/APA Edwin B. Newman Graduate Research Award: Michael Scullin APA Committee on International Relations in Psychology Distinguished Contributions to the International Advancement of Psychology: Dan Olweus, PhD APA Board of Professional Affairs Distinguished Professional Contributions to Institutional Practice: Ronald H. Rozensky, PhD APA/APAGS Award for Distinguished Graduate Student in Professional Psychology: Jordan Braciszewski, PhD Distinguished Professional Contributions to Independent Practice: Antonio E. Puente, PhD Distinguished Professional Contributions to Applied Research: Ronald F. Levant, EdD APA Board for the Advancement of Psychology in the Public Interest Distinguished Contributions to Research in Public Policy: Richard Rogers, PhD Distinguished Contributions to Psychology in the Public Interest (Senior Career): Roxane Cohen Silver, PhD Distinguished Contributions to Psychology in the Public Interest (Early Career): Edward Delgado-Romero, PhD
APA Board of Scientific Affairs and Committee on Scientific Awards Distinguished Scientific Contribution Awards: Carol S. Dweck, PhD, Barry J. Everitt, PhD, Trevor W. Robbins, PhD, and Daniel M. Wegner, PhD Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award for the Applications of Psychology: Alan E. Kazdin, PhD Distinguished Scientific Awards for Early Career Contribution to Psychology: Adam M. Grant, PhD (Applied Research); Cindy Lustig, PhD (Behavioral/ Cognitive Neuroscience); Wendy Johnson, PhD (Individual Differences); David Melcher, PhD (Perception, Motor Performance); and Nicholas Epley, PhD (Social Psychology) APA Board of Educational Affairs Distinguished Career Contributions to Education and Training: Jon Carlson, PsyD, EdD
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MONITOR ON PSYCHOLOGY • OCTOBER 2011
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Monitor on Psychology - October 2011
Monitor on Psychology - October 2011
Subtle and stunning slights
From the CEO
Live science on the showroom floor
Zimbardo re-examines his landmark study
Ready, set, mentor
Attention students and ECPs: Self-care is an ‘ethical imperative’
Suicide risk is high among war veterans in college, study finds
Psychotherapy is effective and here’s why
From toilet to tap: getting people to drink recycled water
What’s ahead for psychology practice?
A push for more accountability is changing the accreditation process
Peer, parental support prove key to fighting childhood obesity
Popular media’s message to girls
Bullying may contribute to lower test scores
A consequence of cuckoldry: More (and better) sex?
Manatees’ exquisite sense of touch may lead them into dangerous waters
Building a better tomato
How will China’s only children care for their aging parents?
‘Spice’ and ‘K2’: New drugs of abuse now on the market
Many suspects don’t understand their right to remain silent
Boosting minority achievement
Where’s the progress?
And social justice for all
Helping new Americans find their way
Segregation’s ongoing legacy
A new way to combat prejudice
Retraining the biased brain
Suppressing the ‘white bears’
How to eat better — mindlessly
Protect your aging brain
Must babies always breed marital discontent?
The danger of stimulants
Keys to making integrated care work
Is technology ruining our kids?
Facebook: Friend or foe?
The promise of Web 3.0
NIMH invests in IT enhanced interventions
PsycAdvocates work to safeguard key programs
The psychology of spending cuts
APA’s strategic plan goes live
Vote on bylaws amendments
Monitor on Psychology - October 2011
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