Associate Professor Karla Vermeulen Presents at Society of Emerging Adulthood Conference

Vermeulen and Salend at conference.

Associate Professor Karla Vermeulen presented a paper at the 2019 Society for the Study of Emerging Adulthood conference in Toronto, Canada. Her paper was entitled “Disaster Experience, 9/11, and Safety Concerns in Emerging Adulthood.” In addition, Dr. Vermeulen also co-presented a poster with psychology alum Jack Salend, who graduated in May … Continue reading

Professor Glenn Geher Publishes New Book, “Positive Evolutionary Psychology: Darwin’s Guide to Living a Richer Life”

Book cover, "Positive Evolutionary Psychology"

Professor Glenn Geher and MA Psychology alumna, Nicole Wedberg (Class of 2016), co-authored the recently published book Positive Evolutionary Psychology: Darwin’s Guide to Living a Richer Life with Oxford University Press. This book describes a new area of intellectual inquiry that integrates ideas from the fields of Evolutionary Psychology and Positive … Continue reading

New Paltz Evolutionary Psychology Lab Publishes Article in “Current Psychology”

New Paltz Evolutionary Psychology Lab (from May, 2018; photo credit: Dr. Maryalice Citera). Top Row (L-R): Olivia Jewell, Glenn Geher, Graham Thomson, Alec Goldstein, Jacqueline Di Santo; Bottom Row (L-R): Julie Planke, Amanda Baroni, Nicholas Primavera, Kelsey Newhook

An article written by members of the New Paltz Evolutionary Psychology Lab was published recently in the journal Current Psychology. This article, titled “You’re Dead to Me! The Evolutionary Psychology of Social Estrangements and Social Transgressions,” has recently been featured in various international media outlets including the following: MSN (French … Continue reading

Professor Jonathan Raskin Elected President of APA’s Society for Humanistic Psychology

Professor Jonathan Raskin has been elected as president of the American Psychological Association‘s Society for Humanistic Psychology (Division 32). He will serve as president-elect during 2019-2020, president during 2020-2021, and past-president during 2021-2022. According to the Society for Humanistic Psychology website: The society represents a constellation of “humanistic psychologies” that includes the earlier … Continue reading

Faculty Search: Assistant Professor, Counselor Education

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SUNY New Paltz Vacancy External Posting (Faculty) Applications are invited for consideration for appointment to the following position: Department: Psychology Budget Title: Assistant Professor Local Title: Assistant Professor, Counselor Education Posting Date: July 23, 2019 Classification: N/A Duties: SUNY New Paltz is seeking a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor with a … Continue reading

Faculty Search: Clinical Instructor, Tenure Track, Counselor Education

SUNY New Paltz Vacancy External Posting (Faculty) Applications are invited for consideration for appointment to the following position: Department: Psychology Budget Title: Clinical Instructor, Tenure Track Local Title: Clinical Instructor, Tenure Track, Counselor Education Posting Date: July 18, 2019 Classification: N/A Duties: SUNY New Paltz is seeking a tenure-track Clinical … Continue reading

Faculty Search: Assistant Professor of Cognitive Psychology

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SUNY New Paltz Vacancy External Posting (Faculty) Applications are invited for consideration for appointment to the following position: Department: Psychology Budget Title: Assistant Professor Local Title: Assistant Professor of Cognitive Psychology Posting Date: June 6, 2019 Classification: na Duties: The Department of Psychology at the State University of New York … Continue reading

Professor Jonathan Raskin Publishes Article on Alternatives to the DSM-5

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Professor Jonathan Raskin has published a new article in the Journal of Humanistic Psychology on diagnostic alternatives to the DSM-5. The article is part of a special issue, “Diagnostic Alternatives Part 4.” The full reference and abstract are below. Raskin, J. D. (2019). What might an alternative to the DSM suitable for psychotherapists look like? Journal … Continue reading

Professor Glenn Geher Co-Edits New Book, “Darwin’s Roadmap to the Curriculum”

Cover, Darwin's Roadmap to the Curriculum

Professor Glenn Geher recently co-edited the newly released book Darwin’s Roadmap to the Curriculum: Evolutionary Studies in Higher Education published by Oxford University Press. Professor Geher co-edited this book with David Sloan Wilson (Binghamton University), Hadassah Mativesky (Universal Instruments), and Andrew Gallup (SUNY Polytechnic Institute). This book was largely inspired by the EvoS … Continue reading

Presentation on Adoption as a Specialty Area in Counseling

Dr. Yanhong Liu presenting.

Dr. Yanhong Liu, assistant professor of counseling and human services at Syracuse University, presented an empowering talk on adoption at SUNY New Paltz on April 11. The presentation, which was well attended by faculty and students across counseling and psychology, was entitled “Adoption as a Specialty Area of Counseling: Reality, Themes, and … Continue reading

Professor Giordana Grossi Co-Edits Special Issue on Neurogenderings

Professor of Psychology Giordana Grossi has co-edited (with Rebecca Jordan-Young, Barnard College, and Gina Rippon, Aston University) a special issue of The Scholar & Feminist Online (15.2 Spring 2019 issue) on NeuroGenderings, an international and transdisciplinary groups of scholars who critically examine the neuroscientific production of knowledge, along with its practices and methodologies, … Continue reading