October 8th 2018
September 28th 2018
Are you feeling homesick and missing your pets? Join the therapy dogs Monday,October 1st.
Where: Lobby of Pelletier Library!
When: 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
September 7th 2018
Mondays & Wednesdays
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Pelletier main floor near the Learning Commons
(Bring your textbook!)
Psych 110 Foundations of Psychology
& other 100-level Psychology Courses
August 29th 2018
Friday, Sept. 21 | 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Mercy Heritage Room, campus of Mercyhurst University
Dr. Matthew Capriotti, assistant professor of psychology at San José State University, will present a free introductory workshop exploring Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention for Tics (CBIT) protocol and current research supporting this treatment.
What is CBIT?
CBIT is a behavioral approach for managing Tourette Syndrome and other tic disorders. CBIT is a non-medicated treatment consisting of three important components:
1. Training the patient to be more aware of his or her tics and the urge to tic.
2. Training patients to do competing behavior when they feel the urge to tic.
3. Making changes to day to day activities in ways that can be helpful in reducing tics.
CBIT has been tested in two parallel multi-site randomized clinical trials. The results showed CBIT to be an effective method to reduce the severity and frequency of tics in children and adults.
This workshop is appropriate for practitioners with behavioral and clinical experience, psychologists, occupational therapists, social workers, physicians, nurses, counselors, behavior specialist consultants, educators and students.
To register for the free workshop, please contact Dr. Matt Weaver firstname.lastname@example.org or 814-824-2733.
Free coffee and beverages will also be offered during the workshop.
June 19th 2018
Join Allegheny students present short overviews of their specific summer projects to an audience of students, faculty, staff, administrators, community members, and prospective students and their families.
Tuesdays from 12:00 PM until 1:30 PM in the Tippie Alumni Center’s Tillotson room. Lunch is provided courtesy of funds furnished by the URSCA.
April 25th 2018
Two Allegheny College professors have received a $35,000 grant to pursue partnerships between the Meadville school’s natural sciences and humanities departments.
M. Soledad Caballero, an associate professor of English, and Aimee Knupsky, an associate professor of psychology, will use the National Endowment for the Humanities grant to extend the impact of the humanities in and out of the classroom.
The professors have already formed an academic planning committee of staff and faculty members at the college to develop plans for courses that connect the two departments.
November 30th 2017
Come tie dye with Psi Chi! We are going to be selling Psych/Neuro Department shirts for $9 that you will have the option to tie dye and all of the proceeds will go to the Alec Dale Fund. If you don’t want to buy a shirt to tie dye you can bring your own!
October 24th 2017
It’s Gator Day!
Be sure to check out: Shaping Your Future in Psychology
Session Four (3:00 – 4:15 pm)
Psychology faculty share their knowledge about graduate schools, internships, and career opportunities in the field of psychology. Carnegie 101. Presenters: Psi Chi Members
All are welcome!
October 18th 2017
Please join us THIS FRIDAY, October 20th from 12:15 pm – 1:15 pm in Carnegie 110 for our Psychological Science Brown Bag.
This week, we will look into some recent research to discuss whether Using Social Media to Unwind is helpful, harmful, or both? If you have ever used Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, etc. to get away, unwind, or connect and experienced the mixed effects of spending time on social media, this is for you! We will discuss research that has looked at effects of social media on productivity, brain activity, self-esteem, mood, and a sense of belongingness. As always, our meetings are open to anyone – so bring a friend and spread the news! There is no need to RSVP.
Here are some resources for those who would like to get a sense of what we will be talking about:
- Six Ways Social Media Affects Our Mental Health (Forbes)
- Schadenfacebook (The Hidden Brain)
- If You Think Everyone Else Has More Friends (in College), You’re Not Alone (NPR)
- The Teenage Brain on Social Media (UCLA)
Looking forward to seeing many of you on Friday!