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Dehaene to Present the 13th Annual Fred Attneave Memorial Lecture, May 31

We are pleased to invite you to the 13th Annual Fred Attneave Memorial Lecture to hear the talk Advances in the Search for Signatures of Consciousness by world-renowned scientist Stanislas Dehaene. The talk is Friday, May 31 from 4-6 and is open to the public. Download

Psychology’s Graduation Ceremony Information

When:  Monday, June 17, 2019 at 12:30 p.m. Where:  EMU Green (Grassy area located between the north end of Straub Hall and the EMU) Tickets for Psychology’s Ceremony:  Not required.  Seating is first-come, first-served.  ADA seating is by reservation ...

Jordan Pennefather receives the Tykeson Award for Undergraduate Teaching

Jordan Pennefather, one of our excellent department instructors, was recently honored with the Tykeson Award for Undergraduate Teaching.
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Psychology Clinic Profile in Around the O

Around the O recently featured a profile of the psychology clinic. In their article, “UO Psychology Clinic provides low-cost, science-based therapy,” they speak to clinic director Crystal Dehle about the services that the clinic offers to UO students and Eugene community members.

Kikumoto, Mayr Research Featured in Around the O!

Research by doctoral candidate Atshusi Kikumoto and department chair Ulrich Mayr was recently published in the peer-reviewed journal eLife and featured in an edition of Around the O.

Fall 2018 Newsletter

Our Fall 2018 departmental newsletter was just released! Take a look to learn about our five (!) new faculty, read some alumni updates, and see our grants and awards since last year. The newsletter also features a letter from Department Head, Ulrich Mayr, and a snapshot of Psychology ...

Hanson Featured in Distinguished Alumni Speaker Program

Psychology alumna Dr. Vicki Hanson (PhD, 1978) will speak on campus in a program sponsored by the Graduate School and Department of Psychology recognizing UO graduates who have made contribution outside the usual confines of their field of study. Her talk is very relevant to all graduate and ...

Passing of Helen Neville

We report with great sadness that Professor Emerita Helen Neville passed away on Friday, October 12, after years of confounding and increasing health issues. According to Helen’s sister Keet, she went peacefully. Close family members and friends, including her son Justin who had arrived just in ...

Science Pub for the Center for Translational Neuroscience

Our latest research addition, the Center for Translational Neuroscience, is hosting a Science Pub to celebrate its launch within the Department. Come enjoy some beer, free food, and brief talks highlighting translational science from some of UO’s most exciting young scientists including our ...
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