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Dr. E.J. Masicampo’s research was featured in the following Wake Forest Magazine article: http://magazine.wfu.edu/2014/01/24/the-professor-is-in/
When Maggie Gigler began her academic journey at Wake Forest, she knew she wanted to major in psychology and then go on to earn a doctorate in clinical psychology. Click here for full story.
Scott Lilienfield, Ph.D.Department of PsychologyEmory University “Uses and Abuses of Brain Imaging: A Thinking Person’s Guide to Human Neuroscience” DATE: Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2013 TIME: 4:00 p.m. LOCATION: Greene 162 Reception following in Greene Hall 414. Please call Janice Jennings at (336) 758-5424 prior to the event if you have Read more »
Yavin Shaham Behavioral Neuroscience Branch Chief National Institute of Drug Abuse National Institutes of Health Internal Research Program Incubation of Drug Craving: Behavioral and Neuronal Mechanisms DATE: Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013 TIME: 4:00 p.m. LOCATION: Greene 162 Reception following in Greene Hall 414. Please call Janice Jennings at (336) 758-5424 Read more »
Christian Waugh, assistant professor of psychology, began working at the university in 2010 after completing his postdoctoral fellowship at Stanford University. Click here for full story.
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Congratulations to Dr. John Petrocelli for achieving tenure and promotion to Associate Professor and to Dr. Eric Stone for promotion to Professor!
The Personality, Patterns, and Perceptions (Triple-P) Study funded by National Institute of Mental Health is a five year longitudinal study. This study examines symptoms of serious mental illness, associated with functional impairment, high health-care costs, and significant suffering. This project aims at 1) Obtaining direct, empirical account of symptom frequencies, Read more »
Please click on the following links for more information on how you can become part of important studies. Join a Personality Study Using Your Own Phone (PDF) Join a Personality Study Here at Wake Forest (PDF)