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  • Texas A&M University Psychology Students Improve Aggieland’s Work Environments

    Psychology students in the MSIOP program offer free service to local organizations to help them stay ahead of the competition typical in today’s fast-moving job market. By Rachel Knight ‘18 Student groups, like the ones photographed here, help improve local businesses with their pro-bono consulting projects. Psychology masters students with a concentration in industrial/organizational psychology […]

  • Back-To-Office Anxiety

    Three Texas A&M University experts in psychology and brain sciences offer research-based insights for coping with stress when employees return to campus on June 1.  Full story

  • Pregnant Women’s Brains Show Troubling Signs of Stress – But Feeling Strong Social Support Can Break Those Patterns

    Feeling strong social support can break those patterns, according to Texas A&M psychological and brain sciences researchers.  Full story

  • Rachel Bernardo ’21: Crossing the Finish Line of Her College Career

    How one Aggie graduate made a lasting impression on Texas A&M University through her academic and athletic achievements.  Read full story

  • The Burden of Being “on Point”

    Too often, traumatized Black boys’ behavior is pathologized. It’s actually rational. Social workers and educators who see young people—especially Black boys who live in poor, segregated neighborhoods—react aggressively, become irritable, or have trouble concentrating, often identify such behavior as maladaptive. But new research, led by Noni Gaylord-Harden, a clinical psychologist at Texas A&M University, proposes […]

  • Tristin Nyman Honored with P.E.O. Scholar Award

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TRISTIN NYMAN HONORED WITH P.E.O. SCHOLAR AWARD Supporting Women… Changing the World Tristin Nyman, M.S., a Ph.D. candidate in Clinical Psychology in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Texas A&M University, is one of 100 doctoral students in the United States and Canada selected to receive a $20,000 Scholar Award […]

  • Dr. Brian Anderson Recipient of 2021 APA Distinguished Scientific Award

    Dr. Brian Anderson selected a a recipient of the 2021 American Psychology Association Distinguished Scientific Award for Early Career Contribution to Psychology in the area of perception, motor performance.  Read full story

  • PBSI Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Virtual Recruitment Event

    Mark your calendar, register, and attend the 2021 PBSI Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Virtual Recruitment Event to be held on 𝐓𝐮𝐞𝐬𝐝𝐚𝐲, 𝐉𝐚𝐧𝐮𝐚𝐫𝐲 𝟏𝟐, 𝟐𝟎𝟐𝟏. This recruitment event welcomes Prospective Graduate Students from ALL sub-fields, along with your family members, friends, and supporters to our informative yet informal event! Just go here to register for the […]

  • Dr. Idia Thurston quoted on CNN story-School Warnings about Children’s Weight Don’t Work.

    The editorial was co-written by clinical psychologist Idia Thurston, an associate professor of psychology and public health at Texas A&M University and registered dietitian Kendrin Sonneville, an assistant professor of nutritional sciences at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.  Read full story

  • Dr. Jyotsna Vaid Selected for 2020 Eminent Scholar Award

      Texas A&M University’s Aggie Women Network (AWN) has selected Jyotsna Vaid as the recipient of the prestigious 2020 Eminent Scholar Award. The award is given jointly with the Texas A&M University Office of the President. Vaid is a professor of cognition and cognitive neuroscience and women’s and gender studies, and is director of the […]