Hello psychology graduate students: We have a stellar department with faculty and students engaged in some truly amazing work. For better or worse, we are also a very humble department and tend to keep our accomplishments to ourselves. We’d like to show off the strengths of our department. We’re starting a 6-month “show us your […]
Psychology Undergraduate Advisors welcome our freshman Aggie class of 2021
In his 2017 State of the University address, President Michael Young said, “Today, we acknowledge a new investment in the excellence of select faculty who through their scholarship, personal commitment and results demonstrate they are rising to meet the challenges of their field and demonstrating impact towards creating a better world. I am proud to […]
Interview with President of the Psychology Club and Psi Chi Olivia King. Hi Olivia, as president of the Psychology Club and Psi Chi, can you explain what these organizations are and how they are different? Psychology Club is a student organization in which students are given the opportunity to widen their knowledge in psychology, as […]
Jennifer Tackett was an undergraduate psychology major at TAMU. She received a doctorate from the University of Minnesota and is now an Assistant Professor at Northwestern University in Chicago. Jennifer (center) is shown here with the graduate students that work with her. Hi Jennifer, When did you attend A & M, and what did you […]
Congratulations to graduate student Travis Goode for being elected co-chair for the 2019 Gordon Research Seminar on Amygdala Function in Emotion, Cognition and Disease! Travis will help to raise funds, organize speakers, and manage this highly important and popular meeting. The Amygdala Gordon Research Seminar occurs immediately prior to the larger Amygdala Gordon Conference, both […]
Dr. Annmarie MacNamara is clinical psychologist who joined our faculty last year. Work in her Multimethod Affect and Cognition (MAC) lab uses brain and psychophysiological measures to study emotional responses in psychiatric health and disease. The long-term goal of her research is to reduce the cost and suffering associated with emotional disorders (e.g., anxiety, depression) […]
Erlanger (Earl) Turner was a graduate student in clinical psychology at TAMU from 2004 through 2009. He is now a faculty member at the University of Houston, Downtown. Hi Earl, What are the main topics of your research? My research is focused broadly on mental health disparities and health equity. To date, I’ve published research […]
Dr. Sherecce Fields, Clinical Psychologist conducts research on behaviors including smoking, obesity and eating disorders in adolescents. Click here to read an interview with Dr. Fields.
Dr. Isaac Sabat is a first year professor of Industrial/Organizational Psychology here at Texas A&M. His research deals with barriers in the workplace that limit the effectiveness and well-being of stigmatized employees. Click here to read full newsletter.