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Edward R. Hirt, Ph.D. presents on Replenishing Depleted Resources

by November 15, 2016
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      Nov 9, 2016.  Professor Edward R. Hirt’s presentation on Counteracting Depletion: Adventures in resource replenishing  was an especially appropriate colloquium topic for the day following a late night of presidential election coverage!  Professor  Hirt, from the  Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Indiana University, presented his Read more »

Homecoming breakfast held to thank the Gigler family

by November 3, 2016
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      Saturday, Oct 29.   Homecoming weekend provided an opportunity for the Psychology Department to express our gratitude to Joe and Carol Gigler for their generosity in establishing the John R. Jombock Academic Fund in Psychology, named for Carol’s father.  Mr. and Mrs. Gigler have three children, Kati Read more »

Former Psychology MA Student receives Early Career Award in Clinical Neuropsychology

by November 1, 2016
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Benjamin D. Hill, Ph.D. October,  2016. We are proud to announce that Benjamin Hill, Ph.D. recently received the National Academy of Neuropsychology (2016)  Early Career Service Award for contributions to clinical Neuropsychology.  Ben received his M.A. degree in psychology in 2003; Professor Terry Blumenthal supervised his thesis work.( For publication Read more »

The Morally Exceptional: Project Workshops

by September 28, 2016
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A two day workshop was held July 14-17, 2016 at the Graylyn International Conference Center in Winston-Salem, NC. The workshop occurred shortly after the Morally Exceptional RFP (Request for Proposal) Funding Competition winners were announced and was designed to provide interdisciplinary feedback to each winner. The conference consisted of three simultaneous Read more »

Engaging Young Adults in Politics

by February 10, 2016

Dr. Christy Buchanan has co-authored a study with professor emerita of communication Jill McMillan, professor of politics and international affairs Katy Harriger, and psychology graduate student Stephanie Gusler. See the full news story here. http://news.wfu.edu/2016/01/26/new-study-engaging-young-adults-in-politics/#.VqjFItOtI6Q.email

Dr. Buchanan’s Research Featured on NPR – Stereotypes About Teens Can Undermine Parents’ Confidence

by November 16, 2015

Research conducted by Dr. Christy Buchanan and Terese Glatz has been featured on NPR. Please see the link below for the full article: Stereotypes About Teens Can Undermine Parents’ Confidence

11/4/15 – Adam Reeves from Northeastern “New Depths in Stereopsis”

by November 4, 2015
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Chris Nave (’06) Recognized at Elon University

by July 7, 2015

Chris Nave (’04 Elon, ’06 WFU, ’11 UC Riverside) named a Distinguished Alumnus at Elon University. http://www.elon.edu/e-net/Article/113278  

Dr. Pratt in Summer 2014 Wake Forest Magazine

by July 29, 2014

To read Friend, Foe, Fuel, click the link below.   http://magazine.wfu.edu/2014/06/03/friend-foe-fuel/

Dr. Jennings’ article in May 2014 APA Monitor

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