Former Clinical Graduate Student Class of 2009, Dr. Erlanger Turner, Assistant Professor at the University of Houston Downtown. Has been named Rising Star by the American Psychological Association (APA). He is one of nine early career psychologists whose contributions in their fields are changing the world. Click here to read story in the APA Monitor, […]
Congratulations to Dr. Arnold LeUnes who received an award from the Department of Aging and Disability Services for his work engaging psychology students with community residents with disabilities for the past 42 years. See news story
Congratulations to Dr. Justin Moscarello who has recently joined the Psychology Department and has received a NARSAD Young Investigator Award. This award provides funding support for promising scientists conducting neurobiological research that is relevant to serious brain and behavior disorders.
Dr. Mindy Bergman, Professor of Industrial/Organizational Psychology was a guest speaker on KPCC/NPR today in Los Angeles. Topic of discussion-Diversity in the workplace. Click here to read full story entitled ” Workplace Exclusion in 21st Century not just boys club anymore” and listen to on-air discussion.
Congratulations to Katie Garrison, Social Psychology Graduate Student and Dr. Brandon Schmeichel whose blog post that was written about a paper they published in Social Psychological and Personality Science was recently published on the Character and Context blog, affiliated with the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Read More
Congratulations to Dr. Kunchen Xiao who has successfully obtained his Ph.D. and has accepted a post-doctoral position at the Center for Integrative Neuroscience at the University of Nevada, Reno. Kunchen will be joining a research team directed by Dr. Michael Webster & Dr. Fan Jiang which will be studying cognitive neurosceince of human vision and […]
Congratulations to graduate student Kaileigh Bryne, winner of the Psychonomic Society’s 2016 Best Paper Award. Ms. Byrne is the lead author of the article, ”Dopamine, depressive symptoms, and decision-making: The relationship between spontaneous eye blink rate and depressive symptoms predicts Iowa Gambling Task performance. Her paper was co-authored with Dominique D. Norris (an undergraduate psychology […]
The Institute for Rehabilitation and Research (TIRR) Foundation has announced a multi-year commitment totaling $1.4 million to Texas A&M University to enhance faculty and research to impact spinal cord injuries. Read More
Congratulations to Dr. Rachel Smallman whose project titled: “Principal-agent models of decision delegation during systems design: Integrating modeling and behavioral approaches” has been funded by NSF.
Congratulations to Dr. Takashi Yamauchi whose project titled: “Connecting across distances: Emotional support for at-risk individuals” has been funded by NSF.