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Emily Carol, Casey Gardiner, Natasha Hansen, and Adam Young receive awards

March 20, 2017

CU Psychology and Neuroscience graduate students Emily Carol (Clinical, mentored by Vijay Mittal), Casey Gardiner (Social, mentored by Angela Bryan), Natasha Hansen (Clinical, mentored by Kent Hutchison and Angela Bryan), and Adam Young (Cognitive, mentored by Alice Healy) received grants through the Beverly Sears Graduate Student Grants program...Read more »
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Naomi Friedman and Dan Gustavson in the news

March 17, 2017

CU Psychology and Neuroscience Assistant Professor Naomi Friedman (Behavioral Genetics, Cognitive, and the Institute for Behavioral Genetics) and former graduate student and postdoc Dan Gustavson (now a postdoc at UC San Diego) were in the news as a result of some research published in the Journal of Abnormal Psychology...Read more »
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Emily Richardson and Rachel Thayer in the news

March 2, 2017

CU Psychology and Neuroscience Research Assistant Professor Emily Richardson and graduate student Rachel Thayer (Clinical, mentored by Kent Hutchison) were in the news as a result of the clinical assessment work they're doing with local homeless people through the Raimy Clinic's Brain Behavior Clinic, supported in part by a grant from CU's Office for Outreach and Engagement...Read more »
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Wani Woo and Tor Wager in the news

Feb. 15, 2017

Recent CU Psychology and Neuroscience postdoc and graduate student Choong-Wan "Wani" Woo (Cognitive) and his mentor Professor Tor Wager were in the news because of some research published in Nature Communications regarding how pain is represented in the brain...Read more »
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Heidi Day in the news

Feb. 1, 2017

CU Psychology and Neuroscience Senior Instructor Heidi Day was in the news, due to her participation in the Faculty Teaching Excellence Program (FTEP) and its new Making Teaching and Learning Visible initiative.Read more »
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Matt Keller in the news

Jan. 24, 2017

CU Psychology and Neuroscience Professor and Institute for Behavioral Genetics Fellow Matt Keller (Behavioral, Psychiatric and Statistical Genetics; Clinical) was in the news for publishing an article that contradicted an earlier published study of his regarding the relationship between schizophrenia and inbreedingRead more »
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Sona Dimidjian in the news

Dec. 20, 2016

U Psychology and Neuroscience Professor Sona Dimidjian (Clinical) was in the news because of a recent publication in the The Lancet...Read more »
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Angela Bryan and Kent Hutchison in the news

Dec. 20, 2016

CU Psychology and Neuroscience Professors Angela Bryan (Social) and Kent Hutchison (Clinical) were in the news as a result of receiving a large grant from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) to study how high-potency cannabis impacts public health in Colorado...Read more »
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Randy O'Reilly elected Fellow of the Society of Experimental Psychologists

Dec. 1, 2016

CU Psychology and Neuroscience Professor Randy O'Reilly (Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience) was elected a Fellow of the Society of Experimental Psychologists. The society has a long history in the field of experimental psychology, in its original form it was founded by Edward Titchener in 1904. Read more about the society... Read more »
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Zoe Donaldson in the news

Nov. 22, 2016

CU Psychology and Neuroscience and MCDB Professor Zoe Donaldson was in the news, being interviewed for an article in CU Boulder Today about the non-remunerated consulting she did with the Science and Entertainment Exchange , a non-profit organization funded by the National Academy of Sciences to promote collaboration between filmmakers... Read more »

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