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    Rising Stars

    Rising Stars

    Congratulations to Dr. Annmarie MacNamara and Dr. Brian Anderson who were selected to receive the 2019 APS Rising Stars award.  The Rising Stars award is presented to outstanding Association for Psychological Science Members in the earliest stages of their research career.  To recognize researchers whose innovative work has already advanced the field and signals great […]

    Dr. Emily Davidson Passed Away After Almost 40 Years Service to The Department

    The Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences is very sad to announce the passing of long-time faculty member, Dr. Emily Davidson on Thursday, June 7th.  Dr. Davidson came to Texas A&M in 1980.  She received her Ph.D. in Clinical and Developmental Psychology from The State University of New York at Stony Brook in 1975. Dr. […]


  • Interested in Psychiatry?

    Interested in Psychiatry?   Psychiatrists work with patients who are dealing with a variety of issues including trauma, mental illness, and addiction. They assess and treat mental illness and often focus on working with specific populations. Psychiatrists work in a variety of settings, including hospitals, government offices, private practices, and mental health clinics. What does […]

  • Career Options for Psychology Undergraduates

    Careers Options for Psychology Undergraduates   As a psychology major at Texas A&M, you might be wondering, “What kind of job can I get with a bachelor’s in psychology?” Luckily, you have come to the right place to find answers! Many people who complete a bachelor’s in psychology enter fields like human resources, insurance, marketing, […]

  • Major Areas of Psychology

    Major Areas of Psychology As mentioned in last week’s blog post, there are many career options with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. In addition to obtaining a Bachelor’s degree, you can continue on to obtain a Master’s Degree or PhD. Once you reach the higher level of study, it is critical to know what area […]