Kelsey Irvin

Kelsey Irvin earned second place in the Missouri Life Sciences Week poster competition. 

Congratulations to graduate student Kelsey Irvin who was recognized for excellence at the Missouri Life Sciences Week poster competition.  Her research poster, "Sensitivity of the Reward Positivity Event-Related Potential to a Savoring Affect Regulation Strategy" earned second place...
Melissa Tapia

Melissa Tapia earned the campus-wide Excellence in Teaching with Technology Award.

Congratulations to graduate student  Melissa Tapia who earned the campus-wide Excellence in Teaching with Technology Award.  The  Award recognizes excellence in the efforts of faculty, staff, teaching assistants and graduate instructors involved in using educational...
MPA Award Winners 2019

Luke Mouton, Riley McCarty, Rachel Wesley, and Lorena Fernandez earned research awards at the  2019 Midwestern Psychological Association meeting

Four Psychology undergraduates earned awards at the 2019 Midwestern Psychological Association meeting. Luke Mouton (Faculty Mentor, Dr. Jamie Arndt) won the Psi Chi Regional Research Award  Riley McCarty (Faculty Mentor, Dr. David Beversdorf) won the Psi Chi Regional Research...
Lorena Fernandez and Nicole Campione-Barr

Award for Undergraduate Distinction winner Lorena Fernandez and her faculty mentor, Dr. Nicole Campione-Barr, present her research at the Midwestern Psychological Association meeting.

Congratulations to Lorena Fernandez, Luke Guerdan and Rohit Rao.  These psychology undergraduates earned the Award for Undergraduate Distinction.  The awardees were selected by demonstrating extraordinary intellectual curiosity, seeking knowledge beyond the classroom and...
Cate Cooper and Dean Nicole Monnier

Cate Coper is recognized with the  Excellence in Advising Award from Arts & Science Dean Nicole Monnier in April 2019.

Cate Cooper was recognized as an academic advisor who make a difference in the lives of undergraduates at the University of Missouri: She earned the campus-wide Excellence in Advising Award for 2019.  The Award recognizes advisors that demonstrate a caring attitude...
Genevieve and Lindsey help at Show Me Mizzou

Graduate students Genevieve Dash and Lindsey Freeman help high school students learn about psychology at Show Me Mizzou Day.

Psychological Sciences graduate students helped members of the community learn more about mindfulness, the brain, and behavior as part of Show Me Mizzou Day on April 13. Clinical students Lindsey Feeeman and Genevieve Dash demonstrated how mindfulness can minimize the impact of stress to kids...
Students at MPA Meeting

Tiffany Shadrick, Allison Womack and Dana Kelsey at the MPA meeting.

, Laura Gann at MPA

Laura Gann has worked with Dr. Amanda Rose on a research project on sibling relationships.

, Students at Pizza Dinner before MPA

Students enjoyed a pizza dinner the evening before the MPA conference began.

Forty undergraduate students presented their research at the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association in Chicago on April 11 and 12.  Each student has been working with a faculty mentor and most are earning departmental honors through the Honors Capstone program. The MPA...
Graduate Student Genevieve Dash

Genevieve Dash was the Competition Winner of the Graduate Student Ethics Writing Competition Sponsored by the American Psychological Association Ethics Committee.

Clinical students swept the  American Psychological Association Ethics Committee’s 2019 Graduate Student Ethics Writing Competition .  The Ethics Committee sponsors this annual prize for a graduate student paper on psychology and ethics. Competition Winner - Genevieve Dash...
Which Hand Is the Eye of the Blind?: From the Psychological Laboratory of the University of Missouri
Josephine Mitchell Smith trained under Max Meyer and her research focused on the sensory abilities of the blind.  In particular, a book that she published on Braille was widely cited and helped guide clinicians and educators in its use.  Dr. Smith served as interim head of the department...
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More than 4,000 students are earning University of Missouri degrees online. Options for studying at a distance have expanded again to include an online bachelor’s degree (BA) in psychology. An undergraduate degree in psychology opens the door to a variety of occupations. With MU’s online...