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Robert Bringle (Kulynych/Cline Visiting Distinguished Professor, Psychology Department) has been invited to participate in the Civic Learning and National Service Summit on Thursday, October 16th. On September 12, President Obama hosted a ceremony...

Bringle Presents At Teaching Conference

Monday, October 6, 2014 - 12:22pm
Robert Bringle (Kulynych/Cline Visiting Distinguished Professor, Psychology Department) will present at the 13th Annual Conference on Teaching of the Society for the Teaching of Psychology on October 10, 2014 in Atlanta, GA.  This year’s...
Robert Bringle (Kulynych/Cline Visiting Distinguished Professor, Psychology Department) will present at the 14th annual meeting of the International Association for Research on Service Learning and Civic Engagement (IARSLCE) in New Orleans, LA on...
Preaching or Teaching: Translating Psychological Science to Useable Classroom Practice. Whether face-to-face or online, giving feedback to students is integral to the teaching-learning process.  This session will help faculty retain rigor in...
The Annual Collaborative Conference on Rural Mental Health will take place April 17th-18th 2014.  Please see the brochure for more information.
Alex Kirk (photo below as he gives his talk), a graduate student in clinical psychology, won the People's Choice Award at the first ever 3MT (3 minute thesis) competition sponsored by the Conference of Southern Graduate Schools at their annual...

Psychology faculty cited in news report on confidence.

Monday, September 30, 2013 - 9:57pm
Dr Andrew Smith's research on post-disaster confidence gets national attention on ABC news.
Dr. Cynthia M. Anderson begins her new position in Appalachian State University’s Department of Psychology. 
The department welcomes our new colleague Dr. Bob Bringle, Kulynych/Cline Distinguished Professor.
My name is Lisa J. Emery from Appalachian State University and I presented my research at the APS 23rd Annual Convention in Washington, DC. College students recalled autobiographical memories using the word-cue technique, then rated how they felt...


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