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http://www.jmu.edu/news/chbs/101216daywithdukes.shtmlLeaving a Legacy

October 12, 2016

As a student athlete and Psychology major, Jesse Tarr ('08) saw an opportunity to combine his love of sports with his passion for service learning.

PHOTO: Miller HallDepartment of Psychology Faculty Win Several University-Wide Awards

October 5, 2016

Since last Spring, the following Psychology faculty have won College and University-Wide Awards for exceptional teaching, advising, and scholarship.

PHOTO: NancyMack in labMack Succeeds at Georgetown University Conference

October 4, 2016

Last spring, Nancy Mack '17 was granted the "Excellence in Poster Presentation" award at the Georgetown University Undergraduate Research Conference in Washington, D.C. for her project that studied a connection between alcohol consumption and sleep deprivation.

PHOTO: Katy OwensResearcher Katy Owens ('16)

October 3, 2016

Psychology major Katy Owens '16 reflects on her research experiences at JMU.

PHOTO: EvansTeam-Based Learning Workshop Held for Area Psychology Instructors

September 26, 2016

Dr. Krisztina Jakobsen has been studying and practicing a teaching method called Team-Based Learning (TBL), in which students learn primary course content outside of the classroom and spend class time working in permanent teams to apply their knowledge.

PHOTO:ActigraphFaculty Member and Alum Win Award for Best Article in 2015

September 8, 2016

The Asian American Journal of Psychology presented the award for Best Journal Article of 2015 to Dr. Matthew R. Lee and his former student Ms. Christina J. Thai (2013) at the Annual Convention of the Asian American Psychological Association.

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Welcome to the James Madison University Department of Psychology. The mission of our department is to educate students in, and contribute to, the science of psychology. More >

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