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Foundation AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL Visionary leaders APF unveiled a permanent wall of ‘Visionary Circle’ donors at APA headquarters. Photos by Stephanie Gross APF honored its 2011 Major Donors and Legacy Club Members: from left to right, Dr. Terry Gock, Dr. W. Bruce Walsh, Dr. Lee Gurel, Dr. Florence L. Denmark, Dr. Linda Forrest, Dr. Norman B. Anderson, Dr. Charles L. Brewer, Dr. Tania Israel, Dr. Jean Lau Chin, Dr. Mary Beth M. Cresci, Dr. Marsha McCary and Dr. Dolores O. Morris. “We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give.” T hose words from Sir Winston Churchill are written in gold atop the new American Psychological Foundation wall of “Visionary” donors at APA headquarters, unveiled during the APF Friends of the Foundation Reception held in during APA’s 2011 Annual Convention in Washington, D.C. and sponsored by APA Insurance Trust and Pearson. The wall lists donors who have made exceptional contributions to the foundation to support its innovative research and programs, which seek to enhance psychology’s ability to elevate the human condition and advance human potential. The names on the wall are divided into two groups: Visionary Partners, who have given at least $50,000, and Visionary Leaders, who have given $100,000 in cumulative support for research, scholarship and innovation. “These pioneers are the driving force behind the foundation,” said APF President Dorothy W. Cantor, PsyD, at the event. “They have supported talented students and scholars who 80 MONITOR ON PSYCHOLOGY • OCTOBER 2011

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

Monitor on Psychology - October 2011
President’s Column
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
In Brief
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?
Outing addiction
Flourish 2051
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
Science Directions
Science Directions
PsycAdvocates work to safeguard key programs
The psychology of spending cuts
APA’s strategic plan goes live
Visionary leaders
Vote on bylaws amendments

Monitor on Psychology - October 2011