Alumnus Nathaniel Stafford returned to Wright State on February 15th to give a research talk and to meet with students for a "Q & A" session. He is a PhD candidate in the University of New Hampshire's Department of Psychology. Stafford is studying the neurobiology of stress and resilience. His talk was titled "Ultrasonic vocalizations and stress resilience: Behavioral and neurobiological correlates".
This is the third of a 5-part series featuring CoSM's Top Scholars. The College of Science & Mathematics takes great pride in highlighting our talented students.
Joshua Sensenbaugh, Top Scholar for the Department of Psychology is featured in this article.
After completing his first high school psychology class Joshua was hooked. He stated, "I fell in love with how the brain can affect behavior." And with that he set his sights on pursuing a career...
This year more than 280 researchers from around the world came to Wright State University from May 8th through May 11th to attend the 19th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology.
“The symposium is a meeting of researchers and practitioners from industry, government agencies, research laboratories, and universities to discuss the advancement of aviation psychology towards a safer and more efficient sky,” said Pamela Tsang, Ph.D., professor of psychology at Wright State and one...
Congratulations to Kevin Eschleman! Kevin, a 2011 alumnus of our Ph.D. program, has been promoted to associate professor and awarded tenure at San Francisco State University.