Jeannine Scambray is one of 25 staff members who will be honored today at President Young’s award ceremony and reception. Jeannine will receive the President’s Meritorious Service Award to thank her for your loyalty and dedication to the psychology department. Congratulations and thank you, Jeannine! More details can be found here.
Archives for February 2017
Dr. Winfred Arthur, Jr. and his collaborators studied the way that interaction anxiety, or “the tendency to experience anxiety in interactions in which an individual’s behaviors and responses are contingent on the behaviors and responses of others, “affects team training effectiveness.” They have posited that team cohesion may be the link between individual interaction and […]
Tom Tibbett researches why most students dislike Psychology-Statistic Courses and comes up with a fun and unique way to not only get students to like statistics but to intrigued and look forward to it each week. Read full blog on NOBA
Dr. Teresa Wilcox’s Infant Cognition Lab and research to determine at what age babies can recognize human or mechanical objects was featured on KBTX News Thursday evening. See Full News Story
Dr. Annmarie MacNamara will be announced as a finalist for the Donald F. Klein Early Career Investigator Award at the upcoming meeting of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America. This award recognizes the best original research paper on neurobiology, psychopharmacology, psychosocial treatments, or experimental psychopathology of anxiety disorders and depression. Congratulations, Annmarie!
Dr. Les Morey has been selected for the Bruno Klopfer award (not to be confused with the Walter Klopfer Award received by Brent recently). The Bruno Klopfer award recognizes outstanding, long-term professional contribution to the field of personality assessment. He will be giving an acceptance presentation later this year at the Society for Personality Assessment […]
Dr. Brian Anderson’s research was recently featured in an article about STEM studies in the College of Liberal Arts published in Texas A&M Today.