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Monitor On Psychology Magazine

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A must-read for psychology educators, scientists and practitioners, the Monitor provides compelling coverage of the science and practice of psychology, the education pipeline, and how psychology influences society at large. Articles are selected and read to you by Pia Brink.

Current Monitor On Psychology Magazine Podcasts
TitlePodcast DescriptionAuthor/ReaderDuration
02/14/2021The Brain Game Center at the University of California, Riverside, designs training programs to improve vision, hearing, memory, and more.Reader: Pia Brink00:17:05
01/31/2021How to discuss race with Black teens and their families. They experience an average of 5 discriminatory encounters a day.Reader: Pia Brink00:21:26
01/24/2021Research in Brief. The latest peer-reviewed studies within psychology and related fields. By Chris Palmer.Reader: Pia Brink00:22:58
01/10/2021Psychologists can help their patients be mindful of problem drinking during the pandemic and establish habits that can keep them safe.Reader: Pia Brink00:13:46
01/03/2021Top 10 articles of 2020. Of The APA's 89 journals and 5,000+ articles of 2020, here's a quick look at the 10 most downloadedReader: Pia Brink00:14:17
12/27/2020As climate change fuels natural disasters, psychologists try to stave off mental health challenges and boost resilience among victimsReader: Pia Brink00:22:14
12/19/2020Navajo psychologist Vicky Lomay describes the unique stresses of Native Americans. Unpaid caregiver stresses during Covid-19Reader: Pia Brink00:11:09
12/13/2020Researchers scramble to understand how COVID-19 impacts the brain and what scientists can do to prevent long-term damage.Reader: Pia Brink00:13:15
11/29/2020Psychologists are intensifying efforts to improve health care, justice, employment and more for people with disabilities.Reader: Pia Brink00:25:18
11/22/2020The Habit Lab at the University of Southern California explores how we form habits and change unwanted ones. By Chris PalmerReader: Pia Brink00:15:22
11/16/2020Research in Brief. The latest peer-reviewed studies within psychology and related fields. By Chris Palmer. Part 2 of 2Reader: Pia Brink00:12:49
11/08/2020Research in Brief. The latest peer-reviewed studies within psychology and related fields. By Chris Palmer. Part 1 of 2Reader: Pia Brink00:12:54
11/03/2020Music's power over the brain. Scientists study how music enhances brain development and may even help people recover from COVID-19Reader: Pia Brink00:13:33

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