Within four hours of a traumatic experience, certain physiological markers—namely, sweating—are higher in people who go on to develop posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), according to a new study by Alex Rothbaum, a pre-doctoral researcher in the Department of Psychological Sciences, and researchers at other institutions. Around 90% of people...
L to R: Kathy Benhamou, Allison Baier, Norah Feeny, Alex Rothbaum, Alexandra Klein, and Alexandra Bowling
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Psychologist James Overholser and his colleagues combat an upsurge of hopelessness
By Alexander Gelfand
Spring | Summer 2019
Congratulations Brooke Macnamara on becoming the new Director of the Developmental, Cognitive, and Affective Sciences Ph.D. Program!
Amanda Merner, Kelsey Magee, and Professor Heath Demaree recently published a paper exploring the connections between emotional experiences and changes in bodily sensations.