(Aug. 17, 2021)Psychology Professor Joins Research Team to Help Reduce HIV in East Africa
Sarah Woolf-King is collaborating on a project designed to reduce HIV incidence in East Africa.
(July 29, 2021)NIAAA Grant Funds Development of Alcohol Intervention Strategies for Sexual Minorities
Psychology professor Jillian Scheer's work will define hazardous drinking risk factors, patterns, and comorbidities among sexual minority women.
(July 22, 2021)A&S Psychologists Receive United States - Israel Binational Science Foundation Grant for Autism Research
Natalie Russo and Michael Kalish will explore mechanisms that underlie perceptual differences in autism and how these change over the course of childhood.
(June 24, 2021)Reflections: How the Psychological Services Center Pivoted in the Pandemic
Psychology clinic director Afton Kapuscinski explains how the center maintained services during COVID.
(May 20, 2021)Novel CBD Research Earns Psychology Ph.D. Candidate Prestigious Dissertation Award
The research excellence award is in recognition of his study on the pain-relieving effects of cannabidiol (CBD).
(May 6, 2021)Clinical Psychology Student's CBD Research Featured in National Media
Martin De Vita and his research on CBD has been highlighted in various media outlets.
(Nov. 24, 2020)A&S Psychologist Contributes to Important Study in Nature Medicine Journal
The study explored why individuals with the chromosomal disorder 22q11.2 deletion syndrome show varying symptoms.
(Nov. 2, 2020)Managing Your Mental Health During Election Season
Syracuse University psychology professors Dr. Afton Kapuscinski and Dr. Kevin Antshel provide recommendations for managing mental health in the midst of an election.