Category Archives: Psychology

PubMed Workshops Rescheduled: April 1-11, 2014

PubMed is a database with over 23 million records and 5 thousand plus journals going back to 1946. As a free service provided by the National Library of Medicine it is the most important resource for medical literature in the … Continue reading

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New Faculty Publications: A Look at Victimization

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Leah Daigle, Associate Professor in the Criminal Justice department, has two recent publications in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence.  Published in the April 2014 issue, Trajectories of Recurring Victimization Among People With Major Mental Disorders,  “examines the extent of recurring … Continue reading

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Georgia State at the Atlanta Science Festival, March 22-29

Closeup on a molecule model made out of balloons.

Photo courtesy of Kevin Harber on Flickr. (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) Whether you’re science faculty, a science major, or just looking for interesting events, the Atlanta Science Festival has something for you. As one of the Atlanta Science Festival sponsors, Georgia … Continue reading

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Sort by Relevance in PubMed

PubMed has added a new Display Settings option to sort your search results by relevance. The relevance sort order for search results is based on an algorithm that analyzes each PubMed citation that includes the search terms. For each search … Continue reading

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New Research on Treatment Protocols for Schizophrenia

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Congratulations to Dr. Jill Littrell for her latest research article, “Will the Treatment Protocols for Schizophrenia Be Changing Soon?” This article has been accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of Social Work in Mental Health. You can view the pre-print … Continue reading

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Documentary Screenings: “Las Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo and the Search for Identity”

Unfortunately, due to weather conditions, the film maker cannot travel to Atlanta. Both screenings have been cancelled as of 2/11/14.  The organizations co-sponsoring these events will try to reschedule for a future date. From 1976 – 1983 in Argentina, tens … Continue reading

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Centennial Speaker Series – Psychology Professor Rose Sevcik

Dr. Rose Sevcik, Distinguished University Professor of Psychology, will present “Developing Symbols: From Communicating to Reading and Calculating,” as part of GSU’s Centennial Speaker Series. Dr. Sevcik’s research centers on the symbolic process development of oral and written language. Her focus … Continue reading

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Military Veterans’ Mental Health Lecture

The annual J. Rhodes Haverty Lecture will be a panel discussion on the mental health issues facing our military veterans. “Myths and Misconceptions About Mental Health in Military Veterans” Wednesday, November 6, 2013, 7:00 p.m. Rialto Center for the Arts, … Continue reading

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Autism Expert to Speak at Georgia State

Craig Newschaffer, PhD will speak on “Progress in Epidemiological Research on Autism and the Environment” on September 17th, 2013.  Dr. Newschaffer is professor and chairman of the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the Drexel University School of Public Health … Continue reading

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PubMed Workshops September 16-20, 2013

PubMed is a database with over 23 million records and 5,000+ journals dating back to 1946.  As a free service provided by the National Library of Medicine, it is the most important resource for medical literature in the country. It’s … Continue reading

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