Lauren Alloy received the 2017 Temple University Faculty Research Award. This prestigious award is awarded each year in recognition of outstanding faculty research contributions.
Wayne Mackey received his B.A. in Psychology from Temple in 2012 before embarking on a doctorate in Psychology from New York University. He completed his Ph.D. in 2016 and is currently a postdoctoral fellow in David Heeger’s Computational Neuroimaging Lab at NYU. Mackey’s research interests lie in how individuals select and remember goal-relevant information. “At…
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…
Lauren Alloy was recognized at Temple University’s 2016 Homecoming Game for her research & service with the graduate Fellowship program.
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.
Psychology undergraduate student Briana Odom was featured in a College of Liberal Arts Newsroom article.
Lindsey Hildebrand, a Temple Psychology alumna who also works in Liz Gunderson’s lab, received one of four best poster awards at the IMBES Conference.
Alex Puhalla (Mike McCloskey’s student) won the 2016 Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR) Student Travel Award and received an SPR Research Training Fellowship Award.
Daniel Moriarity (Lauren Alloy’s student) and Julia Case (Tom Olino’s student) each won a 2016 American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (APAGS) Psi Chi Junior Scientist Fellowship.