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Congratulations to the Awardees from the Undergraduate Research Symposium!

Congratulations to the undergraduates who won Psychology awards for posters they submitted to UO’s 2020 Undergraduate Research Symposium! Two students tied for the Psychology Grand Prize, given to the best overall poster. This award will be shared by Alex Boxberger, for a poster about ...

Rapid Assessment of Pandemic Impact on Development Led by Prof Fisher

A group of Psychology faculty led by Professor Philip Fisher are leading a study to measure the effect of the coronavirus epidemic on young children and their families: “There is very limited actionable science-based, data-driven information to inform federal and state policy about the best ways ...

Do We Become More Selfless As We Age? Prof Mayr Weighs In

Professor and Department Head Ulrich Mayr wrote an article in The Conversation addressing the question of whether people become more prosocial with age. He writes: Also, older participants tended to become more willing to give their money to charity or to volunteer in this experiment. And when ...

IMPORTANT CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION

Despite the COVID-19-related closure of the UO campus, the Psychology Department remains open for (virtual) business! Please contact for all… –  Undergraduate class registration and related issues: Cindy Salmon (csalmon@uoregon.edu) –  Undergraduate advising issues: Jagdeep Bala ...

Undergraduate Research Featured in Washington D.C.

Congratulations to UO undergraduate student Rennie Kendrick, who was selected to participate in Posters on the Hill, a Washington, D.C. event showcasing innovative student work and highlighting the value of federal investments in undergraduate research. Kendrick will be presenting a poster on ...