Bower Appointed to Solomon Professorship

Date published: 10/21/2016

Professor Julie Bower has been appointed to the George F. Solomon Professorship of Psychobiology in the Cousins Center for Psychoneuroimmunology.

Professor Julie Bower has been appointed to the George F. Solomon Professorship of Psychobiology in the Cousins Center for Psychoneuroimmunology.

Psychology Staff Spotlight - Mahea Ayoso-Sadsad

Date published: 10/14/2016

Mahea has been be a member of the financial services unit in the Psychology Department since May 2015.

UCLA Box update

Date published: 10/13/2016

We announced the availability of UCLA Box for storing and sharing files in 2014.  Since then, use of Box has grown and its offerings have expanded.  Learn more about these features and how to access your individual account.  Psych IT also has a short “how to” page that discusses how to share documents with

Welcome Incoming Class of 2016!

Date published: 10/4/2016

We were proud to welcome 23 incoming students to our graduate program during Orientation Day on Tuesday, September 20, 2016!

We were proud to welcome 23 incoming students to our graduate program during Orientation Day on Tuesday, September 20, 2016!

Izquierdo Selected as a Kavli Fellow

Date published: 9/29/2016

Associate Professor Alicia Izquierdo has been selected as a Kavli Fellow of the National Academy of Sciences for 2016.

Associate Professor Alicia Izquierdo has been selected as a Kavli Fellow of the National Academy of Sciences for 2016.

Mona Moieni receives the 2016 Norma & Seymour Feshbach Doctoral Dissertation Award

Date published: 9/26/2016

Congratulations to Mona Moieni (Social Area) for receiving the 2016 Norma & Seymour Feshbach Doctoral Dissertation Award.

Congratulations to Mona Moieni (Social Area) for receiving the 2016 Norma & Seymour Feshbach Doctoral Dissertation Award.

Highlighting New Faculty Member Jennifer Silvers

Date published: 9/15/2016

Decades of research in adults have shown us that the ability to regulate our emotions and impulses is critical for mental and physical health. By comparison, we know relatively little about how emotion regulation skills develop in the first place. In my lab, we seek to understand how the building blocks for effective emotion regulation are laid during childhood and adolescence.

Decades of research in adults have shown us that the ability to regulate our emotions and impulses is critical for mental and physical health. By comparison, we know relatively little about how emotion regulation skills develop in the first place. In my lab, we seek to understand how the building blocks for effective emotion regulation are laid during childhood and adolescence.

National Postdoctoral Scholar Appreciation Week at UCLA

Date published: 9/14/2016

National Postdoc Appreciation Week at UCLA

September 19-24, 2016

Join your fellow Postdocs for a week-long celebration! Each day, a different event will be hosted and we encourage all UCLA Postdocs to participate throughout the week.

Visit http://www.postdoc.ucla.edu/postdoc-appreciation-week-2016/ for more information, event details, and registration. Please note, some events require registration due to space limitations.

Loyola Marymount University - Assistant Professor of Psychology Tenure Track Position

Date published: 9/12/2016

The Department of Psychology at Loyola Marymount University invites applications for a tenure-track position starting at the level of Assistant Professor to begin August 15, 2017.

The Department of Psychology at Loyola Marymount University invites applications for a tenure-track position starting at the level of Assistant Professor to begin August 15, 2017.

Monti's Research Receive Media Coverage

Date published: 9/8/2016

Professor Martin Monti’s latest research on using thalamic ultrasound stimulation to help post coma patients recover has been getting a lot of media coverage.

Professor Martin Monti’s latest research on using thalamic ultrasound stimulation to help post coma patients recover has been getting a lot of media coverage.

Sears Receive Career Contribution Award

Date published: 9/1/2016

Congratulations to Professor David Sears on receiving the Career Contribution Award of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. He joins Anne Peplau and Jim Sidanius as previous members of our faculty who have received this prestigious award.

Congratulations to Professor David Sears on receiving the Career Contribution Award of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. He joins Anne Peplau and Jim Sidanius as previous members of our faculty who have received this prestigious award.

University Of Michigan Diversity Recruitment Weekend

Date published: 8/31/2016

Dear Colleague: I am writing to ask you to nominate one or two of your best underrepresented ethnic minority undergraduate students for a special recruitment initiative at the University of Michigan in Psychology. The Diversity Recruitment Weekend provides undergraduate students from around the country with information about graduate school in psychology.

Leslie Rith-Najarian receives the Dolores Zohrab Liebmann Fellowship

Date published: 8/18/2016

Congratulations to Leslie Rith-Najarian (Clinical Area) for receiving a renewal of the Dolores Zohrab Liebmann Fund for the 2016-2017 academic year! This Fellowship provides a $18,000 stipend and covers tuition and fees.

Leslie Rith-Najarian receives the 2016 Mangasar M. Mangasarian Scholarship

Date published: 8/12/2016

Leslie Rith-Najarian (Clinical Area) has received the 2016 UCLA Graduate Division Mangasar M. Mangasarian Scholarship of $10,000. This scholarship is a UCLA Graduate Division privately endowed fellowship.

Alexandra Stolyarova receives the 2016 Society for Neuroscience Trainee Professional Development Award

Date published: 8/12/2016

Alexandra Stolyarova (Behavioral Neuroscience Area) has received the 2016 Society for Neuroscience Trainee Professional Development Award. Award winners will receive $1,000 and will attend the Society for Neuroscience annual meeting.

Tomiyama and Dunkel Schetter Awarded at APA

Date published: 8/11/2016

Professors Janet Tomiyama and Chris Dunkel Schetter received awards at the American Psychological Association (APA) Annual Convention held in Denver, CO on August 4-7, 2016.

Professors Janet Tomiyama and Chris Dunkel Schetter received awards at the American Psychological Association (APA) Annual Convention held in Denver, CO on August 4-7, 2016.

Getting a faster connection to a Windows data server (Phoebe)

Date published: 8/11/2016

If you are using a Windows computer and access to files/folders on the Phoebe server seems excessively slow and/or causes your computer to freeze for a few seconds, please try the following steps to resolve the issue:  

Matlab

Date published: 8/3/2016

Matlab has long been a staple in our Psychology instructional computer labs.  As of July 2016 we now have group designated licenses for faculty and researchers to purchase for lab use at the reduced rate of $155 (per designated workstation) as well.  If you’re interested in obtaining one of the group designated licenses please submit a helpdesk request.

Qualtrics

Date published: 8/3/2016

The new Qualtrics interface called Insight launched in July and includes many features to better integrate surveys, market research and customer and employee feedback.  Faculty members: if you’re interested in using Qualtrics and being part of the subscribing group in our department, please submit a helpdesk request indicating this at your earliest convenience.  We are renewing the Qualtrics agreement right now.

Wireless access in Franz Hall

Date published: 8/3/2016

In coordination with Campus IT Services, Life Sciences Computing, and Psych IT wireless upgrades for the Franz Hall complex are now done.

In coordination with Campus IT Services, Life Sciences Computing, and Psych IT wireless upgrades for the Franz Hall complex are now done.

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