July 2013 | Vol. 1, No. 2
Featured ArticleYossef S. Ben-Porath, PhD
In This Issue
- Applying for a predoctoral internship
Recent predoctoral internship applicants share valuable tips for starting the application process.
By Nicole R. Gross and Tess M.S. Neal, PhD
- Balancing the tension of the opposites: Core qualities of correctional psychologists
Philip Magaletta, PhD, explores the importance of flexibility in working successfully as a correctional psychologist.
By Philip R. Magaletta and Jennifer N. Cermak, MA
- Criminal Justice Section member spotlight: Dr. Stan Brodsky
Past Div. 18 president and long-time member Stan Brodsky, PhD, shares his experiences in this issue’s member spotlight.
By Jeffrey J. Haun, PsyD
- Leaders and announcements
Listing of Criminal Justice Section leaders, ad hoc committee members, upcoming conferences and new officers.
By Melody C. Brown and Shannon Griswold, PsyD
- Mentoring in the early career and beyond
This article identifies effective mentoring strategies and discusses how to efficiently incorporate mentoring into day-to-day requirements as a professor.
By Sarah Manchak, PhD
- Message from the chair
Div. 18’s Criminal Justice Section chair introduces this edition and gives outgoing message.
By Femina P. Varghese, PhD
- Personality disorders in the DSM-5 and beyond
This article investigates the definition and clinical utility of personality disorders and implications for the upcoming DSM-5.
By Martin Sellborn, PhD
- Tips and advice for conducting research in prisons
A brief guide to gaining access to inmates to conduct relevant and timely research.
By Jon Mandracchia, PhD