In The News: Department of Psychology

Best Life
December 5, 2019

We all have a nervous habit. Whether it's tapping your toes or twirling your hair, these behaviors, which can seem almost involuntary, are your body's way of coping with anxiety or stress.

KTNV-TV: ABC 13
November 25, 2019

The holiday season doesn't always bring joy for everyone.

Medical News
November 5, 2019

Charlie Brown might have said it best as he opined to his pal, Linus: "Christmas is coming, but I'm not happy. I don't feel the way I'm supposed to feel."

Newswise
November 5, 2019

Charlie Brown might have said it best as he opined to his pal, Linus: “Christmas is coming, but I'm not happy. I don't feel the way I'm supposed to feel.”

Fast Company
October 28, 2019

Last month, a number of female writers, producers, and assistants started using the hashtag #NotWorthLess to share their experiences being paid less than their male counterparts. Amid the many tweets, Fox’s Family Guy writer Patrick Meighan posted a message of his own, calling for men in the entertainment industry to take a more active stand in fighting for equality.

The Ultimate Sports Parent Podcast
October 23, 2019

The pressures of modern youth sports are creating stress related mental health issues in young athletes. But there’s a non-traditional way of addressing this stress. That’s what we learned during our interview with Bradley Donohue, a psychology professor at University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), and director of The Optimum Performance Program in Sports (TOPPS), a mental health program for athletes.

Las Vegas Review Journal
October 3, 2019

An athlete looking to get faster or stronger might spend time in the gym or working on their skills with a coach.

Las Vegas Review Journal
October 3, 2019

An athlete looking to get faster or stronger might spend time in the gym or working on their skills with a coach.

KTNV-TV: ABC 13
October 1, 2019

UNLV professor offers advice for those grieving over One October.

Las Vegas Sun
October 1, 2019

Meghan Earley loves her retired life in Laughlin. She often goes out to lunch with friends, participates in trivia nights and takes monthly trips to Sunset Station in Henderson and Springs Preserve in Las Vegas with other members of her senior center.

KLAS-TV: 8 News Now
October 1, 2019

Last year, we profiled a UNLV professor who started tracking the trauma of 1 October survivors and the Las Vegas community. As we enter the two-year anniversary, it’s clear many people are still recovering.

Las Vegas Sun
September 30, 2019

Just after the two-year anniversary of the day that irrevocably changed Leslie Collis’ life, the native Las Vegan will say goodbye to the city she has called home for 15 years.