Kingery Publishes on Psych Treatments

This summer, Associate Professor of Psychology Julie Kingery and five colleagues from psychology departments at several other colleges and universities across the country published an article in the peer-reviewed journal, The Behavior Therapist. The article -- "Developmentally Sensitive Implementation of Core Elements of Evidence-Based Treatments: Practical Strategies for Youth With Internalizing...  More >>

Gender Differences in Weight Gain

Associate Professor of Psychology Jamie Bodenlos and recent William Smith graduates Kara Gengarelly '14 and Rachael Smith '15 published an article, "Gender differences in freshmen weight gain," in the most recent issue of the international peer-reviewed journal Eating Behaviors. In the article, Bodenlos, Gengarelly and Smith examined predictors of weight change among college students in their fir...  More >>

Pugach '15 to Study Forensic Psychology

Cameron Pugach '15 will begin graduate study in forensic psychology this fall at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City. A Presidential Scholarship from John Jay will fund Pugach's study for the entirety of his master's studies. In addition to the Presidential Scholarship, the program in forensic psychology at John Jay stood out for Pugach because of its "specific research track an...  More >>

Hanno '16, Ashdown Research in Guatemala

As a psychology and Spanish double major and Latin American studies minor, Olivia Hanno '16 will have the opportunity to pursue all of her academic interests later this month when she travels to Guatemala with Assistant Professor of Psychology Brien Ashdown. Hanno and Ashdown will conduct research for two different cross-cultural psychology studies as well as present at the International Associat...  More >>

Students, Faculty Present at ISPP Conference

Olivia Hanno '16 and Rachael Smith '15 recently traveled to San Diego, Calif., with Assistant Professor of Psychology Emily Fisher and Professor of Political Science Iva Deutchman to present at the International Society of Political Psychology (ISPP) annual meeting held July 3-6. Their presentation, "Political Attitudes and Participation: the Nuanced Role of Education," was based on the group's r...  More >>

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