Monitor on Psychology - September 2011 - (Page 92)

New leaders Many APA divisions and state, provincial and territorial psychological associations have elected new leaders.* Div. 1 (Society for General Psychology) President-elect: Wade E. Pickren, PhD Member-at-large: Josephine Tan, PhD Council representative: Rosie Phillips Bingham, PhD Div. 2 (Society for the Teaching of Psychology) President-elect: Victor A. Benassi, PhD Secretary: Scott C. Bates, PhD V.P. for programming: Janie H. Wilson, PhD V.P. for resources: Sue Frantz, MA Council representatives: Bernard C. Beins, PhD, and Mary E. Kite, PhD Div. 3 (Experimental) President-elect: Mark A. McDaniel, PhD Member-at-large: Kimberly K. Kirkpatrick, PhD, and Kristi S. Multhaup, PhD Div. 5 (Evaluation, Measurement, and Statistics) President-elect: Stephen G. West, PhD Member-at-large: Amy Elizabeth Schmidt, PhD Council representative: Deborah L. Bandalos, PhD Div. 6 (Behavioral Neuroscience and Comparative) President-elect: Chana K. Akins, PhD Member-at-large: David A. Washburn, PhD Council representative: Michael Domjan, PhD Div. 7 (Developmental) Member-at-large (early career): LaTonya S. Harris, PhD Member-at-large: Jodi A. Quas, PhD Fellows committee: Martha Ann Bell, PhD, and Andrew J. Fuligni, PhD Div. 10 (Society for the Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity and the Arts) Member-at-large: Thalia R. Goldstein, PhD, and Jonathan Plucker, PhD Student Representative: Angela Hawley Div. 12 (Society of Clinical Psychology) President-elect: Mark B. Sobell, PhD Treasurer: Robin B. Jarrett, PhD Div. 13: (Society of Consulting Psychology) President-elect: Lyne B. Desormeaux, PsyD Treasurer: Adam C. Bandelli, PhD Domain leader-advocacy: Rebecca A. Turner, PhD Council representative: Randall P. White, PhD Div. 14 (Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology) Council representative: John C. Scott, PhD * Some take office after APA’s Convention. Others take office Jan. 1. Check with your division. 92 Monitor on psychology • septeMber 2011

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Monitor on Psychology - September 2011

Monitor on Psychology - September 2011
President’s Column
From the CEO
Supreme Court hears psychologists on prison and video game cases
Antipsychotics are overprescribed in nursing homes
New MCAT likely to recognize the mind-body connection
A $2 million boost for military and families
In Brief
On Your Behalf
Judicial Notebook
Random Sample
Speaking of Education
An uncertain future for American workers
Advocating for psychotherapy
Seared in our memories
Helping kids cope in an uncertain world
APA and Nickelodeon team up
Muslims in America, post 9/11
Bin Laden’s death
‘They expect us to be there’
Answering the call of public policy
Candidates answer final questions
APA News
Division Spotlight
New leaders
Disaster relief training
Honoring teaching excellence

Monitor on Psychology - September 2011