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Tenured/Tenure-Track: Open Rank Position

Posted October 11, 2019

The Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences ( at Texas A&M University is recruiting for a tenure-track assistant professor or a tenured associate professor for a full-time, nine-month appointment, with an anticipated start date of Fall, 2020.   View full job posting and apply

Save the Spinal Cord

Posted October 3, 2019

Researchers led by James Grau, professor, Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences, College of Liberal Arts, are looking for ways to better protect the spinal cord following a traumatic injury. For example, they are studying the hazardous effects of internal bleeding and the potential benefits of opioids. This new knowledge could change the way patients […]


  • Media Outreach Podcast

    The Psychological and Brain Sciences Department’s media outreach team recently conducted an interview with Dr. Idia Thurston, a clinical psychologist and professor here at Texas A&M. Dr Thurston’s research focuses specifically on health disparities in diverse populations. The interview can be found on the department’s YouTube Channel, TAMU Psychology, along with other interviews featuring several […]

  • Neuroscience Psychology

    Neuroscience psychology is a quickly developing field that looks at the structure and function of the human brain and nervous system. Neuroscience research focuses on cellular and molecular biology, anatomy and physiology, human behavior and cognition, and other disciplines, to tool out information about how the brain works at levels previously unrecognized. In terms of […]

  • Psychology Careers with a Bachelor’s in Psychology

    Psychology careers span a wide variety of fields including education, criminal justice, human resources, business, and mental health, to name a few. A psychology degree is one of the most versatile and provides students with a variety of skills to hone while searching for a career. Below you can find a brief list with short […]