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Tor Wager in the news

Aug. 15, 2017

CU Psychology and Neuroscience Professor Tor Wager (Cognitive) was in the news, getting interviewed by US News & World Report regarding his research into the placebo effect and emotional and physical pain. Read the article .Read more »
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Sarah Banchefsky in the news

July 5, 2017

CU Psychology and Neuroscience postdoctoral researcher and former graduate student Sarah Banchefsky (Social) was in the news, getting mentioned and quoted in an article in the Daily Camera regarding CU Boulder's #ILookLikeAnEngineer campaign. Moreover, though the article neglects to mention this, Sarah was instrumental in bringing the campaign to CU... Read more »
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Joel Fishbein in the news

June 9, 2017

CU Psychology and Neuroscience graduate student Joel Fishbein (Clinical, mentored by Joanna Arch) was in the news, with an article about him appearing on the University of Colorado Cancer Center website. The article describes how he and colleagues at his previous institution (Massachusetts General Hospital) developed a smartphone app to... Read more »
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Marie Banich in the news

June 8, 2017

CU Psychology and Neuroscience Professor and Executive Director of the Intermountain Neuroimaging Center (INC) Marie Banich (Cognitive) was in the news, getting interviewed for an article in the Coloradan , the CU Boulder Alumni Association Magazine, about her research delving into the differences between the adolescent and adult brain. Read... Read more »
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Sona Dimidjian in the popular press

May 15, 2017

CU Psychology and Neuroscience Associate Professor Sona Dimidjian (Clinical) was in the popular press, getting interviewed about her research on postpartum depression in the Denver Post...Read more »
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Rebecca Schneider awarded Sheryl R. Young scholarship

May 11, 2017

CU Psychology and Neuroscience graduate student Rebecca Schneider (Clinical, mentored by Joanna Arch) was awarded the Sheryl R. Young Memorial Scholarship for the 2017–2018 academic year.Read more »
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Tiffany Ito in the news

May 5, 2017

CU Psychology and Neuroscience Professor Tiffany Ito (Social) was in the news, getting interviewed for an article in Colorado Arts & Sciences Magazine about helping women feel like they belong Physics, a field in which they are underrepresented...Read more »
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Vyga Kaufmann in the news

May 4, 2017

CU Psychology and Neuroscience Part-time Instructor Vyga Kaufmann (and former PhD student) was in the news, getting interviewed at length by Minnesota Public Radio about various aspects sleep—why we do it, why we dream, and how to get a better night's sleep...Read more »
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Katie Wolsiefer receives teaching award

May 1, 2017

CU Psychology and Neuroscience graduate student Katie Wolsiefer (Social, mentored by Irene Blair) was awarded the Graduate School's Graduate Student Teaching Excellence Award for her work was a Graduate Part-Time Instructur (GPTI)...Read more »
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Leonie Koban and Tor Wager in the news

April 25, 2017

CU Psychology and Neuroscience postdoc Leonie Koban and Professor Tor Wager (Cognitive) were in the news as a result of a study published in the Journal of Neuroscience regarding the placebo effect and the pain of an unwanted emotional breakup...Read more »

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