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Personalities n Walden University has named Cynthia G. Baum, PhD, as its new president. Baum most recently served as executive vice president overseeing Walden’s five colleges. She will now be responsible for Baum the university’s day-to-day management, academic quality, financial performance, accreditation and governance. n The University of Washington has named Ana Mari Cauce, PhD, as its new provost. Cauce has served as dean of the university’s College of Arts and Sciences since 2008. Her research focuses on Cauce at-risk youth, including homeless youth. n The University of New Mexico Board of Regents has selected Robert G. frank, PhD, as the school’s 21st president. Frank will take office in June. He has been provost and Frank senior vice president of academic affairs at Kent State University since July 2007. At Kent State, Frank increased enrollment by 23 percent. Before his time at Kent State, he was dean of the College of Public Health and Health Professions at the University of Florida, where he also served as a professor in the department of clinical and health psychology and helped to establish the public health program. n The National Eating Disorders Association has given Laura Hill, PhD, its Lori Irving Award for Excellence in Prevention and Awareness of Eating Disorders. Hill was recognized for developing the Center for Balanced Living in Columbus, Ohio, which is a national model for the prevention, treatment and research of eating disorders. n georgetown University has named Martin y. iguchi, PhD, dean of its School of Nursing and Health Studies. Iguchi is a new member of the District of Columbia Development Center for AIDS and less time with paperwork! Helper software delivers: • Easy-to-use billing and scheduling features designed for psychologists in private or small group practice • Quicker reimbursements with electronic claims • Comprehensive Electronic Medical Record • Access to discounted online Continuing Education Units Spend more time helping people Visit for a special APA Monitor promotional price! Call us at: 1.800.343.5737 Offer expires December 31, 2012 M a rc h 2 0 1 2 • M o n i to r o n p s yc h o l o g y APA_Monitor_ad_2_12.indd 1 2/7/2012 1:01:49 PM 79

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Monitor on Psychology - March 2012

Monitor on Psychology - March 2012
President’s column
From the CEO
Supreme Court rejects eyewitness protections
New member benefit: prevention screenings
A psychodynamic treatment for PTSD shows promise for soldiers
Was ‘Little Albert’ ill during the famed conditioning study?
New research identifies ways to improve eyewitness identifications
In Brief
‘Our health at risk’
Perspective on Practice
APA endorses higher education guidelines
Random Sample
Judicial Notebook
Help for struggling veterans
Driving out cancer disparities
In the Public Interest
Practice, virtually
The legal and ethical issues of virtual therapy
Psychologist PROFILE
Bringing life into focus
Pay attention to me
Division Spotlight

Monitor on Psychology - March 2012