BUILDING OWNED BY APA ACHIEVES LEED PLATINUM CERTIFICATION
Becomes 17th building in D.C. to reach top rank for energy efficiency
BLACK STUDENTS FEEL LESS WELCOME AT SCHOOLS WITH EXCESSIVE SUSPENSIONS
Discipline gap between black and white students is common and damaging, study finds
APA SURVEY REVEALS 2016 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION SOURCE OF SIGNIFICANT STRESS FOR MORE THAN HALF OF AMERICANS
Preview of data from upcoming Stress in America™ poll shows election is equally stressful for Republicans and Democrats
PSYCHOLOGY PLAYS VITAL ROLE IN TACKLING DIABETES
Special issue of APA journal reviews how psychology helps battle disease
APA RECEIVES GRANT TO TRAIN PSYCHOLOGISTS IN INTEGRATED CARE
Funds will lead to more psychologists prepared to work in primary care settings
HAVING A HAPPY SPOUSE COULD BE GOOD FOR YOUR HEALTH
Study reveals unique social link between happiness, health among older adults.
DE GRUYTER MOUTON AND AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION LAUNCH JOINT BOOK SERIES: LANGUAGE AND THE HUMAN LIFESPAN
1 IN 4 EMPLOYEES NEGATIVELY AFFECTED BY POLITICAL TALK AT WORK THIS ELECTION SEASON, FINDS NEW SURVEY
Younger workers in particular experiencing diminished productivity, more stress
CAN NATURE VIDEOS HELP IMPROVE PRISONER BEHAVIOR?
Experiment shows exposure to nature reduces aggressive behavior among inmates
WOMEN APPEAR TO BE MORE ACCEPTING OF THEIR BODIES/WEIGHT
Analysis of decades of research finds less body dissatisfaction in women, but no change in men
PSYCHOLOGIST REVEALS SCIENCE BEHIND A FULFILLING SINGLE LIFE
Single people have richer social lives, more psychological growth than married people
CURIOSITY HAS THE POWER TO CHANGE BEHAVIOR FOR THE BETTER
Piquing people’s interest can entice them to choose healthier behaviors over more tempting, unhealthy ones, study finds
FOCUS ON FUTURE TO SAVE MORE MONEY
Maintaining vivid vision of the future helps people make better financial decisions, study says
TINDER: SWIPING SELF ESTEEM?
Study suggests users of popular dating app feel more negative about themselves than nonusers
BRAIN TRAINING REDUCES DEMENTIA RISK ACROSS 10 YEARS
Specific brain training exercise can keep people’s minds sharp
"MEDIA CONTAGION" IS FACTOR IN MASS SHOOTINGS, STUDY SAYS
Psychologist calls on media to withhold shooters’ names
FROM POLICIES ESPOUSED BY TRUMP TO BREXIT, IS GLOBALIZATION DYING?
Jonathan Haidt, PhD, discusses psychology behind rise in political incivility and violence