Psychology Archive

Carol Weisse, Union College – Lessons Learned at the Bedside of the Dying

On Union College Week:  Death now often takes place outside the home. Carol Weisse, professor of

Krisanna Scheiter, Union College – Aristotle on the Virtue of Vengeance

On Union College Week: Revenge is a dish best served cold; but should it be served

Helen Marlo, Notre Dame de Namur University – New Mothers and PTSD

An unexpected group can also experience the symptoms of PTSD. Helen Marlo, professor of clinical psychology

Yolanda Leyva, University of Texas at El Paso – Uncaged Art Provides a Voice to Detained Migrant Children

On University of Texas at El Paso Week: We’ve seen the effects of family separation at

Jennifer Tomlinson, Colgate University – Activities With Your Partner

Which activities are best for a night out with your partner? Jennifer Tomlinson, assistant professor of

Sarah Mountz, University at Albany – Challenges of Transgender and Gender Expansive Youth in Foster Care

Foster care can be tough. Especially for transgender and gender expansive youth. Sarah Mountz, assistant professor

Arthur Glenberg, Arizona State University – Embodied Cognition

If you want to activate your emotions, start speaking. Arthur Glenberg, professor of psychology at Arizona

Gail Sahar, Wheaton College – Cause, Effect, Solution

On Wheaton College Week: If you want to change someone’s mind, talk about the cause of

Fred Rabinowitz, University of Redlands – The Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Boys and Men

We might need to re-think our treatment of men in psychological settings. Fred Rabinowitz, professor of

Larisa Heiphetz, Columbia University – How Children and Adults Think About Religion

Do children and adults think of religion in the same way? Larisa Heiphetz, assistant professor of