Department of Psychology News
The psychology department provides a broad foundation in psychology, with further specialty courses and opportunities for undergraduates to be involved in research and various applied settings. The curriculum meets the needs of students intending to pursue advanced training in psychology, education, medicine, or related fields.
Current Psychology News
UNLV's first graduate in the HOPE Scholars program for homeless youth will receive her degree this May.
A collection of news stories highlighting UNLV’s response to COVID-19 and faculty experts who have helped the community make sense of the pandemic and its impact to daily life.
The PRACTICE Mental Health Clinic responds to outbreak, offers all services to existing patients virtually.
Undergraduates Alvaro Carbonero and Ava Platt among a select group of STEM students nationwide selected for prestigious honor.
UNLV mental health expert Michelle Paul offers conversation strategies for COVID-19.
UNLV psychology professor Stephen D. Benning offers tips on staying safe and sane during the coronavirus pandemic.
Psychology In The News
At a time when we are battered by cruel statistics on infections, hospitalizations and deaths from COVID-19, one set of numbers, at least on the surface, provides a ray of hope in the time of coronavirus.
A new study published May 18 in the journal Nature Neuroscience has revealed a link between our physical environment and how happy we feel.
When those of us who haven’t been on the front lines finally emerge from our homes — staring curiously at new faces for the first time in weeks, many of us clad in sweatpants and pajama bottoms because our work clothes no longer fit — how will we behave?
Students of the 2020 generation thought they would spend the spring like the older ones before them.
For most people, modern life has gotten more stressful. The usual grind of working hard and paying the bills has been upended by a global health crisis and the resulting economic troubles.
Sam Lieberman knew everybody, from senators to barbers. But when he died April 3 at age 58, nobody attended his memorial service.