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Distinguished University Professor Kaniasty Gives International Talks in Summer 2014

During summer 2014, Psychology’s Krys Kaniasty gave several talks in Romania, Poland, and China.

Posted on 9/18/2014 9:01:50 AM

Psychology’s Robertson and Music’s Eisensmith Compare Heart Rate and Respiration During Rehearsals and Recitals

Donald Roberson presented “Rehearsal and Recital: Differences in Heart Rate and Respiration,” coauthored with Kevin Eisensmith, at the 2014 annual Performing Arts and Medicine Association meeting in Snowmass, Colorado.

Posted on 7/8/2014 2:34:26 PM

Mills Presents on “Positive Multiculturalism as Aspirational Ethical Practice”

Psychology’s John Mills co-presented “Positive Multiculturalism as Aspirational Ethical Practice: Therapeutic Applications” with clinical psychology doctoral alumni Jeanne Slattery and Molly Haas Cowan at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Psychological Association in June.

Posted on 6/25/2014 1:06:02 PM

Psychology Doctoral Student Wins State Award

Sharon Jung, a doctoral student in Clinical Psychology, won the Pennsylvania Psychological Association’s 2014 Graduate Research Poster Session Award.

Posted on 6/11/2014 12:49:55 PM

Psychology Honors Program Students Featured in Colloquium

The Psychology Department conducted a colloquium featuring the research of honors program students on May 5, 2014.

Posted on 5/5/2014 7:16:41 AM

Psychology’s Pavloski Presents at 20th Anniversary Toward a Science of Consciousness Conference

Raymond Pavloski, Psychology, presented “Neural Networks in the Early Visual System May Create What they Cannot Compute: Temporal Sequences of Connected Open Sets of Neurons With Non-Empty Intersections as Visual Objects” at the 2014 conference in Tucson, Arizona.

Posted on 4/23/2014 8:00:00 AM

Psychology’s Kaniasty to Study Psychological Impact of Stressful Political Events

Krys Kaniasty, Psychology, received a PASSHE Faculty Professional Development Council grant for the project entitled “The impact of perceived stressfulness of commonly experienced political events on psychological well-being of Americans.”

Posted on 4/18/2014 2:47:33 PM

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