Suggest a News Item for this page (Employees only)


Seeking Parents and Children for “Inside Out” Movie Study

A clinical psychology doctoral student is conducting a study of children’s understanding of emotion using the Disney/Pixar film Inside Out and is looking for children between the ages of 9–11 and their parent(s) to participate. Participation involves completing surveys, watching the movie, and participating in a discussion about emotions. This is a group study that will be held in the Stapleton Library on the IUP campus and will take approximately three hours. Adult participants will each get a Sheetz gift card, and child participants will receive a prize.

Posted on 7/1/2016 10:20:59 AM

New Child and Adult Advocacy Studies Program Offered through Psychology and Sociology Departments

The interdisciplinary minor and certificate programs in Child and Adult Advocacy Studies provide mandated reporters and first responders in many fields and disciplines with evidence-based, culturally relevant knowledge and skills to improve the outcomes for victims and perpetrators of interpersonal violence across the lifespan.

Posted on 5/18/2016 1:21:23 PM

Distinguished Alumna to Address Psychology Grads

Dr. Melissa Bell will give the commencement address to the students receiving PsyD, MA, and BA degrees from the Department of Psychology on May 7. Bell is a distinguished alumna of the Psychology Department.

Posted on 5/3/2016 11:29:49 AM

Psychology Day on Friday, April 29

Psychology Day is a new, day-long event packed with research talks by faculty members and students, panel discussions with practicum supervisors and IUP alumni about practicum opportunities, careers, employment, and graduate studies, and much more. Psychology Day is aimed at psychology students, but offers something for everyone at IUP, and the campus community is invited to attend.

Posted on 4/27/2016 9:37:32 AM

Reardon Presents on “Attitudes Towards the Militarization of Police”

 On March 12, 20165, Psychology's Meg Reardon presented a paper titled “Policing the Police: Attitudes Towards the Militarization of Police” at the annual American Psychology - Law Society conference in Atlanta, Georgia.

Posted on 4/21/2016 2:15:30 PM

Psi Chi Honor Society Inducted New Members on April 20

Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology, inducted these new members on April 20, 2016.

Posted on 4/21/2016 2:01:17 PM

Exonerated Man Speaks at Actual Innocence Psychology Honors Seminar

Lewis “Jim” Fogle, a local man exonerated after serving 34 years in prison, was a guest speaker in Margaret Reardon’s Actual Innocence Psychology Honors Seminar on April 14, 2016.

Posted on 4/21/2016 12:56:14 PM