I, Psychologist: Exploring the Ethical Hurdles and Clinical Advantages of AI in Healthcare
Patients are often resistant to the use of artificial intelligence in healthcare. But AI-assisted care could usher in a new era of personalized medicine.
Science in Service: Leveraging Psychological Science to Put the “Public” in Public Health
Psychological scientist Diane M. Hall explains how her training informs her work at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and public health more broadly.
Special Issue of Clinical Psychological Science Examines the Effects of COVID-19 on Mental Health
Eight articles focus on different aspects of mental health in the context of the global pandemic.
Up-and-Coming Voices: Revisiting the Classics
Students and early-career researchers discuss their research relating to their contribution to the advancement of psychological science.
Funding and Policy: Science and Policy Intersect in Public Health Program at APS 2022
Headlining science policy programs at APS 2022 was a special panel organized by U.S. government scientists and behavioral research experts on public health and vaccine policy.
Loneliness Is a Public Health Emergency. Here’s What Helps, According to Experts
When the pandemic first began, many experts feared that even people who managed to avoid the virus would suffer from unprecedented levels of loneliness. What would happen when millions of people were told to stay