Shanna Cooper and Lauren Gibson (Both students of Lauren Ellman) have been awarded the 2015 Weinstein Graduate Student Award. Shanna and Lauren will present their project, “Substance Use and Attenuated Positive Psychotic Symptoms: Additional Associated Constructs” to Roslyn and Stephen Weinstein, of the Civic Foundation, and to faculty and student members of the Psychology Department…Details
DO YOU WANT TO GET INVOLVED IN A LAB OR INTERNSHIP, BUT ARE NOT SURE HOW TO DO IT? Well, you’re in luck! Join Psi Chi September 30th from 6-7 p.m. in Hamilton Library to learn more information about the research opportunities that are available to you here at Temple. We’ll be going over…Details
Lorna Quandt, a recent graduate of the BCS program, has accepted a tenure-track Assistant Professor position at Gallaudet University in Washington, DC. Lorna will be a faculty member in the interdisciplinary Educational Neuroscience program at Gallaudet. During her graduate studies at Temple, Lorna carried out her doctoral research in the laboratory of Peter Marshall.
Helen L. Coons, PhD, a 2005 graduate of the clinical psychology program, was elected as an at-large member of the APA Board of Directors. More information is available at:
Rinad Beidas, PhD, Phil Kendall’s former student and an alum of our Clinical Psychology PhD program, has won the 2015 ABCT (Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies) President’s New Researcher Award. Rinad is currently an Assistant Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry at the Perelman School of Medicine, U. Penn.
Brooke Ammerman (Dr. McCloskey’s student) received her NGA for her F31 application “Acute Effects of Interpersonal Stress on Behavioral Indices of NSSI”
SCP Town Hall Discussion on Clinical Psychology and the Hoffman Report This webinar will focus on the recent report by Hoffman that found collusion between APA, leading members, and staff and the Department of Defense in the support of psychologists’ involvement in interrogations during the course of the wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, and the Global…Details
After completing her Masters Degree in Art Therapy, Dylan Ottemiller, former Psychology Honors student, accepted a full time job as a program therapist/art therapist for the Sandhill Child Development Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico.