CHP Chair contributes to American Psychologist special issue

Published: May 6th, 2016

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Smith-Glenn-516x600Glenn Smith contributed to the May/June special issue of the American Psychologist, “Aging in America: Perspectives from Psychological Science.”

The forthcoming issue of the American Psychologist will focus on aging in America from a psychological perspective, with a strong focus on cognitive and mental health, and health promotion strategies to promote vitality (see also http://www.apa.org/pi/aging/resources/prolonging-vitality.aspx). Authors include:  Margaret Gatz, PhD, Michael A. Smyer, PhD, Deborah A. DiGilio, MPH, Glenn E Smith, PhD, Todd D. Nelson, PhD, Sara Honn Qualls, PhD, ABPP, Sara Jane Czaja, PhD, Karen A. Roberto, PhD, Peter A. Lichtenberg, PhD, ABPP, Joseph F. Quinn, PhD, Kevin E. Cahill, PhD, Jacquelyn Boone James, PhD and Christina Matz-Costa, PhD.  Per Deborah A. DiGilio, Director of the APA Office on Aging in the Public Interest Directorate, plans are being made to repurpose its contents for various educational and policy efforts both internal and external to the American Psychological Assocation.