Congratulations to Kelsey Heslin '15 for receiving the 2015 Ingeborg L. and O. Byron Ward Outstanding Thesis Award! Her thesis was "Prosocial Behavior in Rats: Examining the Social-Contact Hypothesis."
Lexie Tabachnick, graduate student, had her paper titled, "Biofeedback and Anxiety Disorders: A Critical Review of EMG, EEG, and HRV Feedback", published in Concept, the interdisciplinary journal of the Graduate Division of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Villanova University. Congratulations Lexie!
Taylor Curley, graduate student, received the award this year in recognition of his valuable contributions as one of the student editors of the 2015 issue of CONCEPT. Congratulations, Taylor!
The Psychology Department is proud to announce the following graduate students as recipients of the 2015 Graduate Student Summer Research Fellowship: Beach Brooks, Rebecca DellaValle, Emma Folk, Lexie Tabachnick, and Tifani Biro.