February 2017 | Monitor on PsychologyVol. 48 No. 2
On the Cover: Lessons for caregiving
Lessons for caregiving
Psychologists’ research points to ways to improve the experience of caregiving, as well as to the unexpected benefits of providing such care
Maltreatment of people with disabilities is a preventable tragedy
APA and its companion organization voice their recommendations on health-care reform
Does Facebook suggest your client "may know" your sister or best friend? Recommendation algorithms on social media may be putting your clients' confidentiality at risk.
An APA journal explores interventions for the most vulnerable victims of armed conflict
Persistent advocacy by Texas psychologists helps clinch the win
With the help of a psychologist, medical residents are learning how to cope with trauma and stress on the job
APA adds 71 members to its roll of top achievers
The psychologist and criminology professor has been conducting longitudinal research on abused and neglected children for 30 years—work that has helped to shape policy
They suffer from the the largest shortfall of jobs. Their mortality rate has been rising. What are psychologists doing to help?
The flexible nature of these services benefit clients and providers, but the onus is on psychologists to make sure they comply with federal and state laws
Don’t want to go into practice, research or teaching? Here’s how to find a nontraditional career that uses your expertise and sparks your interest.
Thanks to APPIC, searching for a health service psychology postdoc just got a lot easier
A look at how faculty and students are gaining a more global perspective
Advice from the experts on how to make any presentation sing
As an author, public speaker and television personality, Elizabeth Lombardo promotes the tools of psychology that can help people thrive in daily life
Nearly three-quarters of American adults consider themselves “lifelong learners”—here’s why