Professional psychologists and students of psychology have many places to look for information about their field, but the American Psychological Association's "Monitor on Psychology" magazine is certainly one that should be perused on a regular basis. This happens to be the magazine's site, and visitors can look at full-length articles from the monthly publication, along with letters to the editor, the president's column, and news from the Association. To give potential parties a sense of the contents of this fine publication, recent articles have looked at opportunities for psychologists to become part of the "group doctoring" movement and in-depth investigations into the role that psychologists play during wartime. Visitors may also wish to look through the online archive, which stretches back to February 1999.
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