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Robert Sekuler has been elected a fellow of the Society of Experimental Psychologists. The society was founded by Edward Titchener in 1904 and elects 6 new members annually from among the leading experimentalists in North America.
Brandeis will be hosting the 2016 Social Brain Sciences Symposium on Saturday, February 6, 2016. For more information, see the SBSS 2016 webpage.
Professor Joseph Cunningham firstname.lastname@example.org is the Undergraduate Advising Head (UAH). His office is located in Brown 317 and his spring 2016 office hours are on Mondays 1:30–3 p.m. and Thursdays 11–11:50 a.m.
The number for this course changed from PSYC 1a to PSYC 10a beginning in Fall 2014, but the content is unchanged. PSYC 10a may not be taken for credit by students who took PSYC 1a in prior years.
Professor Margie Lachman has received a 2015 Distinguished Career Contribution to Gerontology Award. To read more, visit the EurekAlert press release.
Professor Xiaodong Liu has received a 2015 Provost's Innovations in Teaching Grant.
Professor Robert Sekuler has received a 2015 Provost's Innovations in Research Grant.
Professor Angela Gutchess has received an Alzheimer's Association New Investigator Research Grant.
Professor Raymond Knight accepted a Mentorship Award from the Society for Research in Psychopathology. He received this award in recognition of continuous dedication to mentoring students, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty in the field of psychology.
Professor Arthur Wingfield received a Brandeis-Israeli Collaborative Seed Grant! He will be working with the IDC, in Herzliya to initiate collaborative research efforts there.
Congratulations to Dr. Nicolas Rohleder! On March 16th he accepted the Herbert E. Weiner Early Career Award and present a lecture at the American Psychosomatic Society meeting.
Professor Arthur Wingfield received 2010 Baltes Distinguished Research Award!
Dr. Sheila Brownlow, who received her PhD from our program in 1989, and has now been named one of the 10 Must Take Psychology Professors in Charlotte, NC! To learn more about her accomplishments, read the article on the Catawba College News Page.
Professor Katz is featured in BrandeisNow: How many senses do humans really have? Read the article to learn more about why he believes taste, smell, touch, sound and sight may be part of the same system!
Arielle Keller '16 has been selected for this week's Scholar Spotlight! The Scholar Spotlight series is a new initiative in Academic Services to help highlight excellent research that is happening around campus. For more information and opportunities for research funding or fellowships, see the Academic Fellowships at Brandeis University Facebook page.
A special issue of Research in Human Development, Just One Wish for the Study of Human Development, includes an article written by Prof. Margie Lachman.
Professor Robert Sekuler's research with Timothy Hickey and Yile Sun is featured in BrandeisNow. They used a computer game to collect data at the Museum of Science to investigate audiovisual interaction and the impact of sensory distraction.
Professor Margie Lachman is featured in BrandeisNow for her research with the Boston Roybal Center for Active Lifestyle Interventions.
Dr. Gutchess reviews research on the aging brain as part of a special issue of Science, which looks at the mechanisms and contexts of successful brain aging.
Professor Ellen Wright is featured in the Brandeis Hoot.
Faizia Sharif, an assistant in the Aging, Culture & Cognition Lab, is featured in BrandeisNow as part of the program for Waltham High School students to get hands-on experience in the lab.
Avi Aizenman `13 is featured on BrandeisNow for her work on the relationship between audio and visual stimulation.
Professor Angela Gutchess and Dr. Nicole Rosa in ElderBranch.
Professor Don Katz interviewed: Voodoo, amygdalae and death
Psychology Today's article: Top 10 Reasons to Major in Psychology!
Professor Leslie Zebrowitz is featured in Losing Control.
Health Psychology Laboratory profiled in Brandeis Magazine.
Aging, Culture and Cognition Laboratory study on BrandeisNOW.