Author Archives: George Holden

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Department adopts an Open Science Practices policy

Effective as of March 22, 2018, the SMU Psychology Department has adopted an open science practices policy. The faculty voted unanimously in favor of it. The policy reads: The faculty in the psychology department subscribe to the core values of … Continue reading

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Donate to help fund undergraduate research projects

March 8 is the Mustangs Give Back fund raising day. Please help our students! Research 101: Mini-grants for undergraduates

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100% Internship Match!

Congratulations to our three clinical graduate students, Rose Ashraf, Grace Boyers, and Nicole Vu, who all were matched with their first choice of internships!  Great going!    

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Conference in honor of Dr. Alan Brown’s Career

On Friday, April 27, the Psychology Department will be hosting a conference entitled Memory Quirks, the Study of Odd Phenomena in Memory: A Conference in Honor of Alan Brown’s Retirement Save the date and join us.  Talks from prominent memory … Continue reading

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Follow the department on Twitter!

The Psychology Department now has a Twitter account. Follow us  at:  @SMUPsychology

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Faculty who have recently been appointed Associate Editors

Two faculty members have become associate editors of psychology journals in recent months: Chrystyna Kouros for Journal of Child and Family Studies and Mike Chmielewski for Assessment. They join other faculty members who are current or former associate editors, including … Continue reading

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Juliet Kroll Receives a Research Award!

Juliet Kroll, a graduate student in Dr. Thomas Ritz’s lab, received the prestigious Paul D. MacLean Award for Outstanding Contributions to Neuroscience in Psychosomatic Medicine from the American Psychosomatic Society. Congratulations, Juliet!

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Change in Department Administration in August

On August 1st, the Psychology Department will have a new administration. After 12 years of outstanding leadership, Dr. Ernie Jouriles will be stepping down as Chair. Dr. George Holden will become the new Chair. Other changes include Dr. Lorelei Simpson … Continue reading

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Article by 3 Psychology faculty is one of the most talked about

A recent article by Drs. Simpson Rowe, Jouriles, and McDonald is one of the most talked about articles in clinical psychology in the past six months (as determined by news reports, Twitter activity, etc), according to the publishing house Elsevier. … Continue reading

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Psychology Faculty on the TV News

Drs. Lorelei Rowe, Ernest Jouriles, and Renee McDonald’s recent study using virtual reality to prevent sexual victimization in teenagers was featured on CBS-11 news in Dallas on Feb. 20. Click on the link:      

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