May 2017 | Monitor on PsychologyVol. 48 No. 5
On the Cover: What if your office could make you think better?
Healthy buildings, productive people
Can indoor building features such as ventilation, pollutants and lighting influence our thinking, behavior and health? New research suggests a big "yes."
Practitioners who want to provide telepsychology services can get the guidance they need from APA
APA continues its advocacy to save key health-care provisions, voices concerns over the president’s proposed budget and urges members to speak out
While more accredited internships are still needed, more students got the internships they need compared with years past
Research is starting to explore the psychological consequences of the practice, which is widely seen as a human rights violation
How motivation, identity and ideology combine to undermine human judgment
In a new book, Bloom argues that empathy leads us astray when we rely on it to make moral decisions
Self-assessment tools and strategies can help practitioners ensure they are practicing competently
Psychologists work with adoptive parents on a range of issues, including psychological assessments, counseling and other support they can’t get elsewhere
Paula King adds psychological and behavioral health services to a practice that offers complementary and alternative treatments
Industrial/organizational psychologists offer their advice for helping job seekers determine whether a potential employer offers a good fit
Alok Sawhney uses his expertise in psychology and business to help organizations make smart decisions
A snapshot of the association in its quasquicentennial year