Research backs relationship between health, happinessFriday, September 30, 2016
Research backs relationship between health, happinessWhen Sarah Pressman was an undergraduate at Mount Allison University in New Brunswick, Canada, she kept getting sick with the kinds of illnesses that often plague college students: mononucleosis, strep throat, colds that wouldn't go away. She knew from her studies in biopsychology of the well-documented negative consequences of stress on health. But as Pressman moved forward in her academic career, eventually earning her Ph.D at Carnegie Mellon University, she became particularly intrigued by the idea of finding ways to protect ourselves against the physical damage wrought by stress.
Bob Siegler's Work Featured in APA PeePs 69Dr. Bob Siegler's work is featured in Amarican Psychological Association's 69th PeePs Issue
Behrmann Earns Highest Faculty DistinctionBlurb: Three Carnegie Mellon University faculty members, including the Department of Psychology's Marlene Behrmann, have received the elite distinction of University Professor, the highest academic accolade a faculty member can achieve. Department Head Michael J. Tarr calls Behrmann a superb scientist whose career is marked by incredible creativity across a diverse range of topics, all pursued with great scientific integrity and rigor."
Marlene Behrmann Designs #BrainDress For NAS InductionThursday, May 05, 2016