Psychology faculty member Jeremy Safran‘s recent book, Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Therapies, published in 2012 by the American Psychological Association, is the winner of the prestigious 2013 Gradiva Award for books in field of psychoanalysis. Previous Gradiva award winners include: George Makari’s Revolution in Mind; Daniels Stern’s The Present Moment in Psychotherapy and Everyday Life; Linda Hopkin’s False Self: […]
Psychology faculty member, Michael Schober, was recently honored at the American Association for Public Opinion Research’s (AAPOR) 68th Annual Conference with the Warren J. Mitofsky Innovators award. This annual award is presented to those who demonstrate innovative uses of new technologies to collect data and conduct surveys. You can read more here on the New School News blog.
A number of NSSR PhD students recently won dissertation awards, grants, and fellowships to help fund their research. Some of these awards are highly competitive, so we wanted to say congratulations to the following students: Jessica Chavez, Psychology PhD student, won a grant from the Society of Family Planning Research Fund for an extension of […]
Congratulations to Dr. Matt Porter, NSSR Psychology Alum, on being awarded a Core Fulbright Scholar grant to study the psychology of chronic illness in Brazil. Dr. Porter will be studying how cultural differences between the United States and Brazil affect the psychology reaction of AIDS/HIV patients. http://www.alliant.edu/alliant-spotlights/matt-porter-fulbright-scholar.php
What is the mind? Is it an unchanging point, serenely unaffected by anything, or does it instead shift and flow in response to the external world? Such questions have inspired everything from dorm room debates to innovative areas of research. Daniel Casasanto, Assistant Professor of Psychology, has himself conducted several exciting studies in this field, and his achievements […]
As higher education evolves in the 21st century, collaboration between diverse specializations will increasingly drive the discovery of knowledge. The New School, recognizing the importance of faculty cooperation, has just announced its Research Cluster Grant awards for 2013, and several NSSR professors will be joining their colleagues from across this institution in a number of investigations. Victoria Hattam, William […]
In today’s world of Wikipedia and Google, the workings of the universe – from the farthest star to the human mind – can feel as mysterious as ever. A guide to the perplexed is welcomed, especially when it contains answers from luminaries ranging from Richard Dawkins to Brian Eno to the New School Psychology Department’s […]
Congratulations to Dr. Wendy D’Andrea who has been awarded a RO1 Research Grant from the NIH for her research project “Blunted and Dischordant Affect: A Transdiagnostic Construct in Psychopathology.” Dr. D’Andrea, along with her collaborator Dr. Greg Siegle at the University of Pittsburgh, will be working for a five year period to investigate this area with backing from the […]
Doctoral students in the New School Clinical Psychology program need supervised experience giving a range of psychological tests. Find out how psychologists work and learn something about yourself! Volunteers meet with one Clinical Ph.D. student several times throughout the year. Volunteers must be available both semesters: Fall 2012 and Spring 2013. Total testing time about 8 hours, plus an […]
A message from psychology student about a study on social drinking habits: Dear NSSR Students, We are students at the New School for Social Research and we are conducting a psychology study on social drinking habits in New York City. We are looking for people who consider themselves to be heavy drinkers and are between […]
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