New College Scholars study death, food, migrationChatting with the newest group of 18 sophomores chosen for the College Scholar program in the College of Arts & Sciences is a little like riding a roller coaster with a teenager who’s never been on one before.
MAR 13Department of Psychology Colloquium Series To be rescheduled on a future date: Colloquium to be presented by Phillip Atiba Goff, Center for Policing Equity, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
MAR 20Department of Psychology Colloquium Series "How Arousal Increases Neural Gain and Attentional Selectivity" to be presented by Mara Mather, Leonard Davis School of Geontology, University of Southern California
MAR 27Department of Psychology Colloquium Series "Perceived (Im)morality and Identity" to be presented by Larisa Heiphetz, Department of Psychology, Columbia UniversityView all events
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The experimental method, having conquered the whole domain of nature and of life, is pressing forward to the highest reaches of thought itself.
— Edward B. Titchener, Chair, Department of Psychology, 1895-1927