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Clinical Psychology PhD program statement in support of diversity and inclusion in training and research activities

Posted June 26, 2020

Our faculty have voiced their unanimous, strong condemnation of the racist and inflammatory tweets of Dr. Charles Negy, a graduate of our doctoral program and Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Central Florida.  His opinions and racial stereotypes do not reflect the values of the doctoral clinical psychology program from which he earned […]

Psychology Major in the Change Lab, Lauren Chapman’s story selected by Society of Pediatric Psychology “The Smeared Canvas”

Posted June 18, 2020

The smeared canvas. It is a challenge to unburden my mind from engulfing itself into the vortex of racial trauma. Over the last month, I have actively attempted to revive my well-being through self care and vulnerability. With depletion at its finest and hopelessness at its peak, race-based traumatic stress has weighed down my heartstrings. […]

Stephanie Payne

Working from Home During COVID-19

Posted May 6, 2020

Stephanie C. Payne Ph.D. – Professor, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Texas A&M University In evaluating the best work from home infrastructure, what are the top 3 indicators? Fundamentally, the work to be completed must lend itself to the home environment. Some work simply cannot be done from home (e.g., driving an ambulance, janitorial services, waiting tables). Also, […]

PSYC Talk

  • Psychology Student 2020 Survival Guide 

    With the dawn of the COVID-19 pandemic and government shelter-in-place rulings, all Texas A&M students have been transitioned to an online version of their classes. Many of us are back at home with family, socially isolating ourselves in our rooms and other personal work spaces. Some of us are continuing to work while also juggling […]