Amber Stark / Tuesday, May 23, 2023 / Categories: Member News, Items of Interest, Allied Organizations, SIOP Source SIOP Members Included in APA Annual Trends Report Earlier this year, the APA released its annual Trends Report, highlighting 11 emerging trends in psychological science. Several themes arose in the compilation of this report. According to the APA, “In 2023, psychological science will be at the core of addressing pressing societal issues. The future of work, the mental health of the nation’s youth, and large-scale change will all depend on the work of psychologists and collaboration with others.” 11 emerging trends: Scientists reach a wider audience Psychologists take aim at misinformation Psychological research becomes more inclusive EDI roles expand Worker well-being is in demand Efforts to improve childrens’ mental health increase Partnerships accelerate progress Suicide prevention gets a new lifeline Some faculty exit academia Venture capitalists shift focus Psychologists rebrand the field SIOP members are often quoted in the media on topics like these, and this report was no different. Join us in reading our members’ insights in the following articles: Kizzy Parks in EDI roles for psychologists are expanding Mindy Shoss, Leslie Hammer, Anthony Klotz, Doug Reynolds, John Scott, and Heidi Glickman in Worker well-being is in demand as organizational culture shifts Trinidad Argüelles in Partnerships across professions accelerate the field’s progress We combed the trend articles, looking for SIOP members. If we missed you, please accept our apology and let us know so we can update this article. Previous Article Reminder: Veteran Transitions Research Initiative are Calling for Applications for a Research Competition Next Article Ready to Volunteer for SIOP? Sign up before June 30! Print 175 Rate this article: No rating Comments are only visible to subscribers.