Grants, Fellowships, Awards, 2017
Sarah Brosnan (PI), professor of psychology and philosophy, and Michael Beran (co-PI), associate professor of psychology, “Impacts of social context and ecology on strategic decisions in dynamic interactions.” National Science Foundation, $415,292.
Vonetta Dotson (GSU PI), associate professor of psychology, “Dissociating Components of Anhedonia: Pilot Behavioral and fMRI Data for the Effort Expenditure for Rewards Task.” National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) (via University of Florida), $14,344.
Tricia King, professor of neuroscience and psychology, was named Fellow of the American Psychological Association, Division 40 Society of Clinical Neuropsychology.
Sharee Light, assistant professor of neuroscience and psychology, received the Early-Career Best Individual Presentation Award for her paper entitled “Individual Differences in Positive Empathy Subtypes are Associated with Trait Anhedonia” presented at the Fifth World Congress on Positive Psychology.
Leadership Recognition, College of Arts and Sciences
- MaryAnn Romski, Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies
- Christopher Goode, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Learning