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    Tenured/Tenure-Track: Open Rank Position

    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

    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 […]

    What happens in our brain when we have an Aha! Moment?

    WHO: Dr. Carola Salvi, University of Texas at Austin WHEN: Monday, October 7, 2019 from 11:30am-12:30pm WHERE: Psychology Building room 422 TITLE: What happens in our brain when we have an Aha! Moment? Creativity is essential for advances in interpersonal, social, cultural, and even scientific knowledge.  We often imagine ideas as a lightbulb illuminating above […]


  • Healthy Relationships

    As college students, we come across so many different people. We are involved in organizations that cause us to interact with people. Overtime, we find ourselves establishing relationships as well. Some relationships last over a longer period of time than others. However, it is important to evaluate the relationships we find ourselves in. While it […]

  • Psychology Graduate Programs at Texas A&M

    The Psychological and Brain Sciences department at Texas A&M University provides numerous opportunities for graduate education, including five doctoral degree programs and one terminal master’s degree program. One can pursue a doctoral degree in Behavioral and Cellular Neuroscience, Clinical Psychology, Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, or Social and Personality Psychology. Students completing the Clinical […]

  • Getting Connected in the Psychology Department

    Whether a freshman or senior, getting connected with professors, organizations, and fellow peers in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences can be extremely beneficial. Professors provide letters of recommendation, tips on how to do well in their classes, and advice regarding one’s future goals; organizations provide social integration and a sense of belonging, which […]