January 2018 | Monitor on PsychologyVol. 49 No. 1
On the Cover: The dawn of social robots
The dawn of social robots
Roboticists must dip heavily into psychological science
How psychologists can improve their work with patients through two interventions
More children are being sent to foster care due to a parent's opioid misuse. Psychologists are ramping up efforts to help.
Telepsychology can increase access to mental health care for aid workers in remote or treacherous areas. But to be effective, therapists need to consider these clients' unique needs.
New CEO Arthur C. Evans Jr., PhD, seeks to broaden the roles psychologists play to tackle some of society's most pressing problems
Congratulations to the 90 new members on APA's list of luminaries
The Colorado College psychology professor says an inappropriate encounter with Harvey Weinstein put her on a path to study the sexual objectification and sexualization of girls and women
Wearable devices and mobile apps that track mental health are hitting the market. Proceed with caution.
The LearnLab at Carnegie Mellon University takes a high-tech approach to understanding and improving learning
Psychologist helps victims get critical medical care
Binge drinking is on the rise among U.S. adults, but it is down among teens