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PSGSO night was a success!

Date posted: September 13th, 2018

PSGSO (Psychological Sciences Graduate Student Organization) hosted a trivia night to welcome back both students and faculty in early September. The event was held at The Wine Spot, and prizes included a painting by one of our Clinical Psychology Professors. …Read more.

Study: Certain PTSD therapies prove effective long after patients stop treatment

Date posted: April 23rd, 2018

Reducing severity of PTSD symptoms long-term holds significant public-health and economic implications
https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2018-04/cwru-scp041918.php
Both civilians and military veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) reap long-term benefits from psychotherapies used for short-term treatment, according to a new study from Case Western Reserve University. …Read more.

5 questions with… Brooke Macnamara, faculty member and psychological sciences’ “rising star”

Date posted: April 23rd, 2018

The Rising Star designation recognizes outstanding psychological scientists in the earliest stages of their research career post-PhD whose innovative work has already advanced the field and signals great potential for their continued contributions. …Read more.

Michael Kahana wins the 2018 Howard Crosby Medal

Date posted: April 23rd, 2018

The 2018 Howard Crosby Warren Medal is presented to:
MICHAEL J. KAHANA – University of Pennsylvania
The Society of Experimental Psychologists awards the Howard Crosby Warren Medal annually for outstanding achievement in Experimental Psychology in the United States and Canada. …Read more.

Norah Feeny wins the ISTSS Distinguished Mentorship Award

Date posted: November 16th, 2017

Congratulations to Dr. Norah Feeny, professor, who won the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS) Distinguished Mentorship Award! The ISTSS Distinguished Mentorship Award honors and promotes the considerable efforts and accomplishments of individuals who consistently serve as effective mentors for students in the field of traumatic stress. …Read more.

New Psychological Sciences Undergraduate Pathways

Date posted: October 12th, 2017

Pathways are suggestions of courses to consider based on specific career interests. They are structured to help you define your areas of study based on your professional goals. The topic areas include Clinical, Lifespan Development, Pre-health, and Research. …Read more.

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