Congratulation to Carla A. Zimmerman, Ph.D. Candidate in Social Psychology who has been selected to receive a Texas A&M University Dissertation Fellowship for the 2016-2017 academic year. The TAMU Office of Graduate and Professional Studies assists the awardees with costs associated with their doctoral dissertations and sponsors a Dissertation/Thesis Writing Retreat to assist fellows in progressing through […]
Congratulations to Jinhyung Kim, PhD Candidate in Social Psychology who has been selected to receive the Heritage Dissertation Award. The purpose of this award is to assist doctoral students with research costs associated with their doctoral dissertations.
Congratulations to Dr. Vani Dawson-Mathur and Dr. Brian Anderson whose 2017 PESCA proposal submission entitled “Neural Mechanisms of Attention to Pain Cues” has been selected for funding. The Division of Research chose their proposal over a significant number of high-quality proposals which attests to the merit of their work.
Congratulations to Mollie Adams and Tiffany Truong, undergraduate psychology majors who have been awarded the 2017 George Bush Presidential Library Foundation Undergraduate Student Travel Grant. They were selected by the College of Liberal Arts to receive this award based on their exemplary academic records to give them the opportunity for travel in pursuit of their […]
Dr. Carlos Bolaños has been selected as a Fellow in the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology, recognizing his scientific contributions and leadership in the organization. Congratulations
Congratulations to Dr. Jyotsna Vaid on being named an Association of Science Fellow. This honor recognizes contributions to research and the advancement of science. Dr. Vaid was cited for distinguished contributions to psycholinguistics, particularly using a comparative perspective to advance our understanding of the neurocognitive basis of bilingualism and the human language capacity.
Dr. Rebecca Schlegel gives presentation via TEDx TAMU. She discusses the implications that one’s, “True Self,” has on their life. Diving deep into the psychology of the human mind, Dr. Schlegel explores human behavior and actions. Her research is in the area of social psychology, with a specific focus on the self and well-being. Much […]
Congratulations to Dr. Jyotsna Vaid, who has been selected to receive the Women in Cognitive Science Mentoring Award! This award recognizes sustained and effective mentorship of female students and is awarded at the Psychonomic Society Meeting.
Dr. Ludy T. Benjamin, Jr., Professor Emeritus
The College of Liberal Arts’ brain science initiative within the Department of Psychology places Texas A&M at the leading edge of psychological science. By utilizing advanced tools and approaches, students and researchers can see the brain in action and better understand how people think, feel and interact. The college’s core group of brain scientists is […]