The Gavel: Past Issues
- July 2021
In this issue: hope for psychology professionals; parenting as a graduate student; working in the intersection of law and public policy, and more.
- December 2020
In this issue: The current state of affairs offers hope for professionals; thriving in an internship during the pandemic; concerns about racial injustince and suggestions on progress and more.
- May 2020
In this issue: how psychology can help improve a police department; advice from the chair; a spotlight on member Krystal Hedge, PhD, and more.
- October 2019
In this issue: Police brutality makes for a complicated relationship between law enforcement and the public; celebrating our award winners and more.
- February 2019
In this issue: the difficult optics of offender rehabiliitation, slowing the school-to-prison pipeline and more.
- August 2014
In this issue: early career words of wisdom; tips to practicing self-care; Criminal Justice Section member spotlight: Dr. Libbi Palmer and more.
- March 2014
In this issue: Cyberbullying research and what should be done next; potential opportunities for public service psychologists at the National Institute of Justice; don't let self-doubt get in the way of your success, a message from the president and more.
- July 2013
In this issue: Using the MMPI-2-RF validity scales in forensic assessments; applying for a predoctoral internship; member spotlight on Stan Brodsky, PhD; early career mentoring; and tips and advice for conducting research in prisons.
- March 2013
In this issue: prison policies and crime, Criminal Justice Section member spotlight, section awards, early career advice corner, the public mental health system and violent crime, and more.
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