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ASU Psychology alum, Neil Farber MD, PhD, blogs stories about leading edge science in the ever popular Psychology Today. Recent stories have featured department faculty Cheryl Conrad in "Ground-breaking research on neuroplasticity" and the effects of stress on the brain; Gene Brewer's "Science of Memory;" and Adam Cohen's investigation on the relationship between trust and religion in "Do Christians Trust Muslims?" (posted 7/9/15).
Professor Danielle McNamara honored by UC Merced with Distinguished Cognitive Scientist Award of 2015.  Read More (posted 6/16/15).

Professor Tom Dishion selected as 2015 Fellow by the Society for Prevention Research. Read More (posted 6/18/15).

Professor Nancy Gonzales receives The Advances in Culture and Diversity in Prevention Science Award from the Society for Prevention Research. Read More (posted 6/18/15).

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Aug 18, 2015 9a-10am Murdock 101 Freshman Fall Welcome

Sep 25, 2015  2:00p - 6:00p Psychology Building Open House. Join us for conversation, light refreshments, and self-guided tours as we celebrate the grand re-opening of the Psychology Building with its state-of-the-art design!  Time of dedication ceremony to be announced.


 

Fall 2015 Colloquia

Oct 15, 2015  3:30p - 5:00p  Psychology Building, Room 230; Randolph M. Nesse, M.D., Foundation Professor of Life Sciences, and Founding Director, Center for Evolution and Medicine at Arizona State University will give a talk on emotional disorders in evolutionary perspective.

Oct 22, 2015  3:30p - 5:00p  Psychology Building, Room 230;  Dr. Joel Levin, University of Arizona, "Single-case intervention research: Recent efforts to elevate its low scientific status.”

December 3, 2015  3:30p - 5:00p  Psychology Building, Room 230;  Dr. Margaret Kukinski, University of Washington, “Methods of Cost Analysis.”  


 

 


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