Deadline for graduate student award nominations = January 30; for undergraduate student awards = February 15More >>>
Through generous support from gifts made by donors, the psychology department recognizes outstanding graduate and undergraduate student achievements in research, teaching, and serviceMore >>>
Developing Symbols - From Communicating to Reading and CalculatingMore >>>
Message from the Chair; PURC 2013; Why give? Signature experiences; Did you know?; Recent PhD recipients; Where are they now?More >>>
Program also features keynote address by Professor Deborah Jones (University North Carolina, Chapel Hill)More >>>
Message from the Chair; Outstanding Diversity Teaching; Psychology Pipeline Project; "Faces Recognitions"; Student Research Spotlight; Psychology Tutoring CentersMore >>>
Professor Kelly Lewis delivers Outstanding Diversity Teaching Lecture; Professor Lindsey Cohen named the 2013 Outstanding Diversity Teaching Award recipientMore >>>
Recognizing excellence in the various aspects of each faculty member's workloadMore >>>
Recognition highlights her success in developing two psychology department tutoring centersMore >>>
Helping psychology majors prepare for success in subsequent graduate studyMore >>>
The Graduate Program Committee, Undergraduate Awards Committee, and the Clinical Graduate Program are pleased to announce Psychology Student Award recipients for 2013.More >>>
Nominations must be received by February 1, 2013More >>>
Message from the Chair; Impact through Discovery (first-authored publications by graduate students); Impact through Service; Impact through Education and Training (PURC2012, Graduations with Distinction); Impact through Giving; Congratulations!More >>>
Message from the Chair; Clinical Program Accreditation Renewed; In Search Of.....and Found; YOU Make It Possible; PURC'2011; Awards & Honors; Your Gifts at Work: Student Research FocusMore >>>
Award recognizes a full-time regular faculty member in the Psychology Department for outstanding achievement in serving the department's diverse student body in classroom teaching, mentoring, and curricular innovation.More >>>
American Psychological Association renews accreditation for PhD program in clinical psychologyMore >>>
College of Arts and Sciences recognizes psychology faculty with Outstanding Junior Faculty Award and Outstanding Teaching AwardMore >>>
Psychology students presented 35 posters at the annual GSURC, including "A new scheme for annotating contextual semantic cues to word meaning" by Elizabeth Dlouhy, Theresa Maglio, and Jonathan McNair (faculty mentors = Gwen Frishkoff and Scott Crossley) which was recognized with the 2nd-place poster presentation.More >>>
Psychology researchers partner with faculty in other departments to produce two of the six 2CI proposals that were selected in the third round of awardsMore >>>
Funded by an American Psychological Association Dissertation Grant, Darby Proctor investigates whether chimpanzees and monkeys, like many humans, will risk valuable incentives for bigger payouts.More >>>
Generous contributions to the psychology department make it possible to recognize the outstanding contributions of some of our students.More >>>
The deadline for nomination is Wednesday, 1-February-12.More >>>
Humans not unique in ability to work with others in decision-making tasks, researchers find
Message from the Chair; Welcome to new faculty; Professor Jackson retires; New Diversity Teaching Award; GSU Commits to Psychology Growth; 2011 Student Award Recipients & Spotlight; The World as Our Classroom; Back to Kell Hall; Your Gifts to Psychology at WorkMore >>>
Vice President Joseph Biden to host reception to mark anniversary of the Violence Against Women ActMore >>>
Department of Psychology scientists Mary Ann Romski, Rose Sevcik, Lauren Adamson, Ashlyn Smith, Mike Barker, and Roger Bakeman receive 2010 JSLHR Editor's Award.More >>>
Students and colleagues nominate noted clinical-community psychologist for recognitionMore >>>
Generous gifts by doners make it possible to recognize outstanding students for their achievements.
The National Science Foundation spotlights projects funded by the agency, including two projects directed by Assistant Professor Sarah Brosnan.
Dr. Laura Namy's (Emory University) keynote address highlights "Language and Literacy" theme of spring undergraduate research conference
Dr. Lindsey Cohen, recipient of the Georgia State University Outstanding Faculty Achievement Award for 2009, discusses his research on pediatric health psychology.
Senior Research Scientist Michael Beran leads team of investigators who received a grant from the National Science Foundation to explore prospective memory in humans and nonhuman primates.
Professor Tim Bartness (Biology, Psychology, and Neuroscience) has received a prestigious Method to Extend Research in Time (MERIT) award from the National Institute of Diabetes and Kidney Diseases. More >>>
Georgia State Psychology Department's Sarah Brosnan receives NSF CAREER award to study the reactions to unequal rewardsMore >>>
ATLANTA – In the midst of life-threatening situations requiring split-second decisions, police officers with a higher ability to multitask are less likely to shoot unarmed persons when feeling threatened during video simulations, a new Georgia State University study suggests.More >>>
ATLANTA – Georgia State University and the Georgia Institute of Technology are opening a new center that will provide researchers around Atlanta with a dedicated magnetic resonance imaging scanner to further study into the mysteries of the brain and mind.More >>>
For anthropology major Monica Ponce, her research into the diet of our ancient human relatives using dental analysis was more than just an exploration into an interest. It was a booster of confidence that will help her in her future academic career.More >>>
ATLANTA – For most, gambling can be harmless entertainment. But for others, gambling is a problem that affects their financial well-being, their jobs, and their relationships.More >>>
Luciano L’Abate, professor emeritus of psychology, has been honored by the American Psychological Association for his work designing interactive exercises for mental health patients. He will accept the 2009 Award for Distinguished Contributions to Applied Research at the association’s convention this August.More >>>
The cooling towers of the Three Mile Island Nuclear Generating Station stand just visible in the distance from the Penn State Harrisburg campus where Marci Culley earned a Master of Community Psychology degree.
Arts and Sciences departments will play key roles in two major new initiatives recently announced at Georgia State. Beginning in July 2008, the university will provide funding for “Research on the Challenges of Acquiring Language and Literacy” and “Internationalization of the Arts at Georgia State University” areas of focus programs based in A&S.More >>>