Mary Fernandes, a Ph.D. candidate in clinical neuropsychology at Georgia State University, won first place in the 2019 Psych Science-in-3 Competition Aug. 9 at the American Psychological Association’s (APA) annual conference.
“Some of the survivors are doing quite well, going on to graduate degrees or medical school, ” said Tricia King, professor of psychology and neuroscience and senior author of the study. “Others are quite devastated by the treatments. So, there’s a huge range in outcomes and we are trying to look at the various factors involved that… more »
Jessica Turner, associate professor of psychology, in a story about the burden Alzheimer’s creates for the African-American community.
Psychology researchers at Georgia State University have received a $77,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health to examine brain differences between African-Americans and Caucasians with Alzheimer’s disease.
Laura McKee’s study shows that young adults who were raised by parents who were supportive of them expressing emotions tend to be more emotionally healthy and report lower levels of depression and anxiety
Brain evidence is playing an increasing role in criminal trials in the United States…Eyal Aharoni, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Philosophy, and Neuroscience
Eyal Aharoni, an assistant professor at Georgia State University, led a research team that asked undergraduate students to make sentencing recommendations based on a hypothetical crime.
Brain evidence is playing an increasing role in criminal trials, and new research by Ph.D. student Allen and colleagues (2019) suggests that such evidence may have both aggravating and mitigating effects on criminal sentencing
The research team, led by Eyal Aharoni, assistant professor of psychology, philosophy, and neuroscience, asked college students to make sentencing recommendations in simulated court cases involving a robbery or burglary, with and without explicit information about the monetary cost of incarceration.
Marise Parent, professor of neuroscience and psychology and associate director of the Neuroscience Institute, in an article about her research study on memory and eating.
Lindsey Cohen, professor of psychology, in an article about new a study that shows Americans take the pain of girls less seriously than that of boys. The researchers, led by Brian D. Earp of the Yale-Hastings Program in Ethics and Health Policy, used Cohen’s 2014 research as a model for the study.
Marise Parent, professor of neuroscience and psychology and associate director of the Neuroscience Institute, in an opinion piece about her research study on memory and eating
Sarah Cook, professor of psychology and associate dean in the Honors College, wrote about her own assault and how the #MeToo movement has affected her professionally and personally.
Kevin Swartout, associate professor of psychology, had his study about the depth of harassment in the fields of science, engineering, and medicine covered by the AJC. More.
Dominic Parrott, professor of psychology, was cited in a piece on FiveThirtyEight looking at the differences between effects of alcohol and toxic masculinity.