Faculty Panel Discusses Religion Through Liberal Arts Lens December 2, 2013 Dr. Robert Fuller and three other Bradley faculty examined Fuller’s latest book, “The Body of Faith: A Biological History of Religion in America,” in November’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Lecture Series. In addition to Fuller, the panel included professors from the biology, psychology, and history departments.
Don't Trust Your First Judgment October 1, 2013 People are told, “trust your gut,” when making important decisions, but that may not be the best advice when deciding to hire a new employee according to Dr. Allen Huffcutt.
Dr. Schmitt Most Highly Cited Cross-Cultural Scholar September 25, 2013 In a systematic review of recent scholarly publications in cross-cultural and ethnic psychology, Dr. David P. Schmitt, was distinguished as the most highly cited scholar in the field of cross-cultural psychology.
Don’t Mess with Stress September 18, 2013 Dr. Amy Bacon talks impact of stress on physical and emotional health.
Dr. Claire Etaugh Awarded Caterpillar Professorship September 3, 2013 She has earned a national reputation for excellence by publishing nearly 100 research articles in peer-reviewed journals, coauthoring three textbooks, and publishing nine chapters in edited books.
Two LAS students honored for community work December 11, 2012 LAS students Emmanuelle Bailey-Greene, a senior in psychology, and Caitlin Pribble, a freshman studying biochemistry and French, were recently featured in the Journal Star's Most Interesting Young Person contest.
A return to the classroom December 3, 2012 Dr. Claire Etaugh returns to the Psychology Department as a full-time professor after 20 years of working in the University’s administration.
Dr. Bacon Wins First Year Faculty Award September 21, 2012 Assistant psychology professor Dr. Amy Bacon continued the department’s streak of new professors receiving Bradley’s First Year Faculty Award.
Faculty research August 26, 2010 Bradley University's Department of Psychology faculty are not only excellent instructors, they are dedicated researchers as well. Many of the faculty publications and presentations listed below also involved student researchers.
Thank you donors August 26, 2010 The department’s generous friends and alumni donated a total of $4,630 over the past year. These funds support the laptop lab as well as student and faculty research.
BU Psi Chi climbs up the Hilltop August 26, 2010 It’s official. Bradley University’s Psi Chi chapter is the best in the Midwest! For the first time in its history, Bradley’s Psi Chi chapter was notified in April that it would be receiving the prestigious 2009-2010 Psi Chi Regional Chapter Award. After 42 years, it is quite an honor to finally achieve this status.
18th Annual Student Scholarship Expo August 26, 2010 Every year Bradley University presents student scholarly work and celebrates student/faculty engagement in the annual Student Scholarship Exposition.
Department hosts Honors Colloquium August 26, 2010 A keynote address from John Csernansky, M.D., and a poster session featuring research by psychology honors students were the highlights of the Psychology Department’s Second Annual Honors Colloquium on April 28. Csernansky, chair of psychiatry at Northwestern University, spoke about genetic influences related to the onset of schizophrenia.
MPA experience August 26, 2010 A few weeks before the end of the semester, 14 students along with Dr. Tim Koeltzow, Dr. Anthony Hermann, and Dr. Derek Montgomery traveled to the Midwestern Psychological Association (MPA) Annual Meeting at the Palmer House in Chicago, resulting in a large Bradley presence at the conference.
Celebrating Psychology August 26, 2010 Celebrate Psychology is an end-of-semester signature event that gives students and faculty an opportunity to celebrate their accomplishments.
Alumni bits and pieces August 26, 2010 Some psychology alumni recently updated the Department of Psychology with their activities. The department encourages all alumni to update their information by clicking on the “Keep us Updated” link in the right-hand column of the newsletter’s front page.