June Gruber in the popular media

Dec. 8, 2014

CU Psychology and Neuroscience professor June Gruber (Clinical) was in the popular media again, this time being interviewed Shane Mauss, creator of the "Here We Are" series of podcasts.

Josh Correll in the popular media

Dec. 5, 2014

CU Psychology and Neuroscience professor Josh Correll (Social) was in the popular media, getting interviewed be Denver CBS affiiliate Channel 4 regarding recent events in the news with racial overtones.

June Gruber in the news

Dec. 1, 2014

CU Psychology and Neuroscience professor June Gruber (Clinical) received some popular press for her recent publication suggesting that happy people are poorer at judging a negative emotional state in another person despite the fact that they self-report as being better able to do so.

Tor Wager in the news

Nov. 26, 2014

CU Psychology and Neuroscience professor Tor Wager (Cognitive) was in the popular press for a recent publication regarding the placebo effect and Parkinson's disease.

November 2014

Nov. 14, 2014

CU Psychology and Neuroscience professor Sona Dimidjian (Clinical) received some popular press for her recent publication regarding the effectiveness of mindfulness techniques in preventing a relapse of post-partum depression in women with histories of depression.

October 2014

Oct. 15, 2014

Recent CU Psychology and Neuroscience PhD Hannah Snyder, now doing a postdoc at the University of Denver, along with her former mentor CU Psychology and Neuroscience professor Yuko Munakata (Cognitive), were in the news in an article in the Colorado Arts & Sciences Magazine as a result of some research published in the journal Cognition and Emotion.

September 2014

Sept. 11, 2014

CU Psychology and Neuroscience professor Leaf Van Boven and colleague David Sherman published an op-ed in the LA Times regarding the differences and more importantly the similarities between Republicans and Democrats.

August 2014

Aug. 1, 2014

CU Psychology and Neuroscience graduate student James Foster (Cognitive, mentored by Matt Jones) received a Best Should Teach Silver Award from CU’s Graduate Teacher Program, given to “graduate students who demonstrate outstanding teaching, educational leadership, and service.”

July 2014

July 17, 2014

CU Psychology and Neuroscience professor Eliana Colunga (Cognitive) and a colleague in Linguistics (Bhuvana Narasimhan) received a Gamm Interdisciplinary Course award from the CU-Boulder College of Arts & Sciences for “Learning Languages in the World.”

June 2014

June 11, 2014

CU Psychology and Neuroscience graduate student Jane Barker (Cognitive) and her mentor Yuko Munakata (Cognitive) were in the popular press regarding some research published online in the journal Frontiers in Psychology. This research, co–authored by several other members of the Munakata lab, suggests that young children (ages 6–7) who engage...

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