We are pleased to announce that Isaac Sabat will be joining the Psychology Department in the area of Industrial/Organizational Psychology this fall 2016. Isaac Sabat’s program of research broadly focuses on understanding and improving the working lives of stigmatized employees. He is particularly interested in examining strategies in which these employees can engage, such as […]
Congratulations to Travis Goode, graduate student in the lab of Steve Maren, is being funded for a prestigious NIH NRSA Fellowship for his work on neural circuits for reinstatement of fear.
Congratulations to Les Morey who is the recipient of the 2016 APA Distinguished Scientific Contributions to Clinical Psychology Award! This is the highest award in division 12 of APA, and recognizes outstanding contributions in education, science, service, and clinical practice. Les will receive the award at APA in Denver in August, and will be a […]
Congratulations to Abel Mathew & Laura Reid, College of Liberal Arts students who have been selected as recipients of the 2015-2016 Who’s Who amoung students at American colleges and universities.
Arnold LeUnes quoted in article about Green Bay Packers
Rebecca Schlegel’s NSF funded research project (Educators look to spur students’ interest in STEM programs) featured in the Eagle.
Congratulations to Vani Mathur, who was just selected as an Advance Scholar! This program recognizes quality research records and proposals, and involves intensive development with prominent national and A&M scholars.
Dr. Brent Donnellan’s recent Science publication on replication issues has been highlighted by the Eagle as a “most read” academic publication
Congratulations to Dr. Adrienne Carter-Sowell, who has received a Texas A&M Diversity Matters Seed Grant to support her research! This program is intended to advance creative research initiatives that seek to accelerate progress in achieving equity in representation and professional recognition of under-represented groups at Texas A&M.
Psychosis is a serious mental health disorder characterized by a loss of contact with reality. To read more on Psychosis A Tale of Degradation written by undergraduate psychology majors Anna Clark & Erin Cloud about research by Dr. Jessica Bernard, Assistant Professor of the Psychology Department.