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30 October 2018 News & Announcements

New State Autism Center Opens at Rutgers

 

By Patti Verbanas

September 25, 2018

A new statewide center based at Rutgers University-New Brunswick has been established to improve research, treatment and services for people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

The New Jersey Autism Center of Excellence, which is funded by the Governor’s Council for Medical Research and Treatment of Autism, the New Jersey Department of Health, will be led by Elizabeth Torres, an associate professor in psychology at Rutgers-New Brunswick; James Millonig,

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02 August 2018 News & Announcements, Students

Graduate student Allison Matia uses stand-up comedy to make her a better researcher.

Allison Matia - "Broad interests reap benefits for science." Read about how Allison's broad interests benefit her and other young scientists. Science Magazine, July 18, 2018

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06 April 2018 News & Announcements, Students

Three Psychology graduate students have been awarded, prestigious Fellowships!

Allison Borges is the recipient of a National Research Service Award through the National Institute of Drug Abuse, Kathryn Coniglio received a Graduate Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation, and Ji-Hye Ryu received the Rutgers Discovery Informatics Institute Fellowship for Excellence in Computational and Data Science.

Allison is in the Clinical Area, she's co-mentored by Psychology Professors Edward Selby, Teresa Leyro, and Dr. Marc Steinberg from the Division of Addiction

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05 April 2018 News & Announcements

John McGann, Ph.D. - "Department of Psychology researches science of smell."

John McGann, Ph.D. - "Department of Psychology researches science of smell." Read about Dr. McGann's research which focuses on how the human sense of smell compares to that of other animals. The Daily Targum Feb. 1, 2018

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08 February 2018 News & Announcements, Rutgers, New Brunswick Psych Info

Maurice Elias on "Is It Time for Elementary Schools to Stop Celebrating Valentine's Day?"

Maurice Elias, Ph.D.  - Maurice Elias on "Is It Time for Elementary Schools to Stop Celebrating Valentine's Day?" Sheknows.com Feb. 8, 2018

Rutgers Professor Julien Musolino draws nearly 200 students for his course,
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02 February 2018 News & Announcements, Faculty, Rutgers, New Brunswick Psych Info

Rutgers Professor Julien Musolino draws nearly 200 students for his course, "The Religious Mind."

Julien Musolino, Ph.D. - "Students in Rutgers Psychology Class Probe Religious Mind." Rutgers Professor Julien Musolino draws nearly 200 students for his course, "The Religious Mind." Read the story to find out why this psychology course draws hundreds of students, and discover the role of cognitive science in studying how religious beliefs develop. Rutgers, School of Arts and Sciences News Digest Feb. 2, 2018

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01 February 2018 News & Announcements, Rutgers, New Brunswick Psych Info

Department of Psychology researches science of smell.

John McGann, Ph.D. - "Department of Psychology researches science of smell." Read about Dr. McGann's research which focuses on how the human sense of smell compares to that of other animals. The Daily Targum Feb. 1, 2018

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12 October 2017 News & Announcements

Ben Samuels, Ph.D. - "Rutgers Scientist Seeks Answers to Antidepressant Paradox."

Ben Samuels, Ph.D. - "Rutgers Scientist Seeks Answers to Antidepressant Paradox." Read about the research of Dr.Samuels and how Graduate and Undergraduate Students are involved: Rutgers Today Oct. 12, 2017

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12 October 2017 News & Announcements, Faculty, Rutgers, New Brunswick Psych Info

Rutgers Scientist Seeks Answers to Antidepressant Paradox.

Ben Samuels, Ph.D. - "Rutgers Scientist Seeks Answers to Antidepressant Paradox." Read about the research of Dr.Samuels and how Graduate and Undergraduate Students are involved: Rutgers Today Oct. 12, 2017

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21 July 2017 News & Announcements, Rutgers, New Brunswick Psych Info

USA TODAY ranks Rutgers University-New Brunswick one of the 10 best U.S. colleges for a Major in Psychology

USA TODAY ranks Rutgers University-New Brunswick one of the 10 best U.S. colleges for a Major in Psychology