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psychology

Undergrad studies prenatal methadone exposure

Undergrad studies prenatal methadone exposure

Published May 17, 2021

As an undergrad, Rhea Marfatia orchestrated a study of the long-term effects of prenatal opiate use. That research has now become a line of study in her mentor's lab. Read more

Study examines preschoolers’ STEM experiences

Study examines preschoolers’ STEM experiences

Published Sep 22, 2020

A Binghamton researcher will study how parent-child interactions impact what preschoolers learn and remember about STEM processing skills with support from a $300,000 NSF grant. Read more

Neuroscientist named Chancellor’s Early-Career Scholar

Neuroscientist named Chancellor’s Early-Career Scholar

Published Mar 9, 2020

Binghamton neuroscientist Florence Varodayan has been named SUNY’s first Chancellor’s Early-Career Scholar. Read more

Psychologist aims to help couples under stress

Psychologist aims to help couples under stress

Published Aug 12, 2019

Christina Balderrama-Durbin’s research has addressed post-traumatic stress disorder and couples therapy. Read more

Depression researcher focuses on babies

Depression researcher focuses on babies

Published Jun 5, 2019

Binghamton's Claire Foster recently received a prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship to support her studies at the Mood Disorder Institute. Read more

‘Textisms’ help get meaning across in digital era

‘Textisms’ help get meaning across in digital era

Published Nov 20, 2017

It turns out that punctuation is quite effective at conveying emotion when we can’t be face to face, Newsweek reports, citing a study by Binghamton psychologist Celia Klin. Read more

Young researcher focuses on trauma, recovery

Young researcher focuses on trauma, recovery

Published May 16, 2017

Binghamton senior Rachael Shaw says she wants to understand how to foster resilience. Read more