Psychology Career Event

This spring, the Department of Psychology partnered with the Professional Development group from the College of Liberal Arts and the Psychology Majors Association to launch the first annual Psychology Career Event.  Eighty-five student attendees heard five panelists speak about how their degree in Psychology prepared them for their careers. According to Nicole Pileggi, M.Ed., senior…

Alumni Spotlight

Jonathan S. Comer, Ph.D. What is your background and training? I’m a Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry at Florida International University, where I direct the Mental Health Interventions and Technology (MINT) Program, an interdisciplinary clinical research program devoted to expanding the quality, scope and accessibility of quality mental health care. I’m a Fellow of the…

Outreach and Translation

Psychological Services Center The Psychological Services Center (PSC) at Temple University has been providing comprehensive psychological services to Temple students and members of the surrounding community for the past several decades.  Staffed by doctoral students in the Clinical Psychology Program at Temple, under the supervision of faculty from Temple’s Clinical Psychology Program, the PSC provides…

Liz Gunderson

Liz Gunderson presents at the AAAS Symposium

Liz Gunderson presented at the AAAS Annual Meeting in Boston. She discussed leveraging the home environment to promote early math learning and motivation. This was one of three presentations in a symposium highlighting current research on learning in informal (out of school) environments and how this research can inform practice and policy. Follow this link for more information about…

Debra Bangasser published in Scientific American Mind

Last falI, Dr. Bangasser co-chaired a mini-symposium at the Society for Neuroscience meeting on Sex Specific Mechanisms for Responding to Stress.  Based on this symposium, she was asked to write a magazine article for Scientific American Mind about the latest research on sex differences in stress responses.

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/caregiving-stress-and-beauty-shots-of-the-brain/

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/female-stress-a-faster-stronger-response/