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Each year, approximately 10–15 percent of postpartum women suffer from postpartum depression, which translates into almost 1 million women.

While the policies for separating children from their parents or guardians at the U.S.-Mexico border have recently changed, there are still many concerns about the short- and long-term effects suff

Researchers in Arizona State University’s Department of Psychology received a five-year grant for just under $2.5 million from the USDA to implement an intervention program that targets childhood o

News of note ...

MS ABA program director, Dr. Adam Hahs, was recently voted President-elect by the Arizona Association for Behavior Analysis (AzABA). Congrats to Adam!  Read more.

"Pre-Suasion" and persuasion per Emeritus Professor Dr. Robert Cialdini hits the internet with stories in the Quartz (10/5) Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Business Insider and PBS (25 Sep 2016).

Emeritus Professor Dr. Peter Killeen contributes to WalletHub story on Is Vaping Bad For You? Is It Safe? Experts Weigh In  (24 Aug 2016). 

Assistant Professor Dr. Michael Varnum has recently been elected a Fellow of the Society of Experimental Social Psychology (SESP). SESP is an exclusive organization dedicated to advancing research in social psychology whose membership grows by no more than 5% per year.

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eGrads! Psychology students make news

Media Releases

How Stuff Works features doctoral student Sarah Hermann's research with Jessica Bodford in  A Few Encouraging Words Can Change the Lives of Female STEM Students  (posted 25 Oct 2016).

Sarah Hermann and team of researchers including Jessica Bodford help young women in science with early intervention. Read more in ASU Now story by Emma Greguska,  Stemming the academic gender gap (posted 9, Sep 2016).

Canine research published in PLOS One by doctoral student Lisa Gunter is featured on 3/23/16 PBS Newshour, "The Woes of Being Labeled a Pit Bull" and gets picked up by multiple media outlets including Newsweek (3/28), Bustle, ASU Now (3/29)  and the Washington Post (3/31).