June Gruber in the popular media

March 6, 2015

CU Psychology and Neuroscience Professor June Gruber (Clinical) was in the popular press, getting quoted in an article in the Huffington Post's Healthy Living section entitled "How to beat a bad mood."

Greg Carey receives award

March 2, 2015

​CU Psychology and Neuroscience Professor Greg Carey (Behavioral Genetics), was chosen to receive a Boulder Faculty Assembly (BFA) Faculty Recognition Award.

Tor Wager in the news

Feb. 25, 2015

CU Psychology and Neuroscience Professor Tor Wager (Cognitive) was interviewed by the journal Nature for comment in an article about the use of neuroscience as evidence in the courtroom (specifically, regarding the neural signature of pain).

Josh Correll in the popular media

Feb. 18, 2015

CU Psychology and Neuroscience Professor Josh Correll (Social) was in the popular media, getting interviewed on the National Public Radio show This American Life.

Alta DuPont

Alta du Pont receives award

Feb. 16, 2015

CU Psychology and Neuroscience graduate student Alta du Pont (Clinical, mentored by June Gruber) received a grant through the Beverly Sears Graduate Student Grants program.

Kent Hutchison in the news

Feb. 9, 2015

CU Psychology and Neuroscience Professor Kent Hutchison (Clinical) and several members of the CUChangelab were in the popular press for some research indicating that there are no size changes in certain sub-cortical brain structures resulting from daily marijuana use.

Alexis Northcutt in the news

Feb. 5, 2015

CU Psychology and Neuroscience postdoctoral researcher and recent departmental PhD Alexis Northcutt was in the popular press for her research demonstrating a potential way through the immune system to block the addictive effects of cocaine (and possibly other drugs).

Marilee Morgan in the news

Jan. 29, 2015

CU Psychology and Neuroscience senior professional research assistant Marilee Morgan of the CUChangelab was featured in the monthly newsletter of the Illumina corporation regarding the epigenetic research being done in the CUChangelab.

Arielle Silverman in the news

Jan. 15, 2015

Recent CU Psychology and Neuroscience PhD Arielle Silverman (Social, mentored by Leaf Van Boven), now a postdoc at the University of Washington in Seattle, was in the news for a research article demonstrating that having people simulate being disabled can reduce their judged capabilities of disabled persons.

Wani Woo in the news

Jan. 13, 2015

CU Psychology and Neuroscience graduate student Choong-Wan "Wani" Woo (Cognitive, mentored by Tor Wager) was in the popular media for a research article demonstrating that the perception of pain is transmitted through two different pathways in the brain.

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