April 2017 | Monitor on PsychologyVol. 48 No. 4
On the Cover: Age-defying athletes
Aging in motion
Research is exploring what makes older athletes tick and how high-level sport participation affects their well-being
More than 60 percent of overdose deaths now involve an opioid
APA’s latest Stress in America survey reveals that more Americans are reporting symptoms of stress—and citing personal safety and terrorism as sources of stress
Psychologists are working with teens, teachers, parents and the tech industry to raise awareness of and prevent cyberbullying
While most people think of women and girls as the victims of human trafficking, men and boys are also at risk
Author of “The Psychology of Democracy” offers his insights on threats to the American way of government
Psychologists are studying the impact of anti-Muslim sentiment and exploring ways to prevent it
Psychological research shows that the powerful and the powerless see the world in very different ways
These top practices offer opportunities for research, pro bono work, built-in CE and more
These practitioners help couples create happy, lasting unions by offering guidance on conflict resolution and more
For minority students, finding mentors can be a challenge. Here’s how they can overcome barriers.
At the Environmental Defense Fund, Rainer Romero-Canyas is promoting environmentally responsible behavior worldwide
Financial literacy isn’t usually part of the graduate school curriculum. Here’s what students and early career psychologists should know as they embark on their careers.
Amendments would update descriptions of APA Board leadership roles and responsibilities to comply with current legal requirements.
Women earn about half of the degrees awarded in science and engineering in the United States, but the percentage varies greatly by field