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Class of 2023 | Trimble Valedictorian to Study Psychology at OHIO

Jaelyn Sayers, valedictorian for Trimble High School’s Class of 2019 is headed to Ohio University this fall to study psychology, reports the Athens Messenger in a story headlined “Best friends graduate at top of Trimble class.” Sayers said her choice of pursuing a degree psychology stemmed from her mother, who […]

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Posted on 06/06/2019

APA Grants Clinical Psychology Program 10 Years of Re-Accreditation

Dr. Julie Suhr, pictured in her officeThe doctoral training program in Clinical Psychology at Ohio University was granted the maximum 10 years of re-accreditation by the American Psychological Association. The program has been accredited by the APA since 1970, and the next review will take place in 2028. The intense two-year re-accreditation process included gathering learning […]

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Posted on 05/13/2019

Allan Gets NIH Grant for Study Biology of Emotional Distress Disorders

Nicholas Allan, portraitDr. Nicholas Allan, Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology at Ohio University, received an Academic Research Enhancement Award from the National Institutes of Health. The R15 grant program supports meritorious research, exposes undergraduate and graduate students to hands-on research in eligible environments, and strengthens the research environment of schools that have […]

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Posted on 04/28/2019

Camp Boost Is 3-Week Summer Day Camp for Elementary and Middle Schoolers

Camp Boost is a three-week summer camp that helps students get a jump start on the school year in a fun, social environment. The activities at camp include outdoor sports such as soccer and softball, swimming, art, academic activities, and games. Campers will work on improving social, organizational, athletic, and […]

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Posted on 04/24/2019

Osborn, Angers Receive 2018-19 Graduate Student Mentor Award

Kaley Angers, portrait outside Porter HallPsychology graduate students Hannah Osborn and Kaley Angers were selected as the 2018-19 recipients of the Graduate Student Mentor Award. The Outstanding Graduate Student Mentor Award was established by the Psychology Department to encourage and recognize exemplary mentoring of undergraduate psychology majors by psychology graduate students. Any graduate student in […]

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Posted on 04/22/2019

Frontline Quotes Mischkowski on ‘What You Call Torture Matters’

Dominik Mischkowski, portrait outdoorsFrontline Safety & Security referenced research by Dr. Kimberly Rios, Associate Professor of Psychology, and Dr. Dominik Mischkowski, Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology, in an article headlined “Transparency: what you call torture matters.” A new study from Ohio University faculty shows that people are less supportive of practices to extract […]

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Posted on 04/06/2019

Carlitz Lands Internship with Adobe Design’s Research and Strategy Team

Adam Carlitz, portraitPsychology graduate student Adam Carlitz has accepted a summer internship conducting product research as a member of Adobe Design’s Research and Strategy Team in San Francisco. Carlitz’ advisers are Dr. Kimberly Rios and Dr. Ronaldo Vigo. The internship a 12-week summer internship at Adobe’s San Francisco location. “I’ll be working […]

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Posted on 04/05/2019

Manigault Receives Research Award from Society for Health Psychology

Andrew Manigault, portraitPsychology graduate student Andrew Manigault has received a $2,000 Graduate Student Research Award from the Society for Health Psychology, Division 38 of the American Psychological Association. Manigault’s adviser is Dr. Peggy Zoccola, Associate Professor of Psychology at Ohio University. He current research explores the effect mindfulness and and stress on […]

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Posted on 04/02/2019

Marie Claire Quotes Mischkowski Study on ‘How to Argue Respectfully’

Dominik Mischkowski, portrait outdoorsDr. Dominik Mischkowski, Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology at Ohio University, had a study quoted in a Marie Claire story headlined “How to Argue (Respectfully).” The study “Flies on the Wall Are Less Aggressive,” by visiting assistant professor of psychology at Ohio University Dominik Mischkowski, et al., offers a simple […]

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Posted on 03/29/2019

Vancouver Co-Authors Article on Equity Crowdfunding Decisions and Self-Efficacy

Dr. Jeffrey Vancouver, portraitDr. Jeffrey B. Vancouver co-authored “Out of control or right on the money? Funder self-efficacy and crowd bias in equity crowdfunding” in the Journal of Business Venturing. The work also was featured in Science Magazine in an article headlined “Believing in yourself can backfire when investing in equity crowdfunded ventures.” “In a […]

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Posted on 02/21/2019