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

Image of Raskin (2019) article on DSM-5 alternatives

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

Assistant Professor Dan Li’s Publication on Interactional Patterns of Clinical Supervision

Asia Pacific Journal of Counselling & Psychotherapy

Assistant Professor of Counselor Education Dan Li’s newest publication examines the interactional patterns of clinical supervision by using sequential analysis. Here is the title, abstract, and eprint link: Interactional patterns of clinical supervision: using sequential analysis Asia Pacific Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy Volume 10, 2019 – Issue 1 Dan … Continue reading

Fall 2018 Student Award Winners

Student award winners

Outstanding Student Awards Undergraduate Students Sabrina Distefano Alexander Mahon Hanna Zyshchuk Graduate Student Angelo D’Addario Students of Excellence Julia Avallone Paige Barto Julia Berak Claire Chandler Crystal Ghany Emily Kramek Julia Laplaza Karlene Nippert Chloe Oktay Avery Seyler-Wetzel Beatriz Vera Awards from other semesters

Professor Glenn Geher’s Two New Publications

Professor Glenn Geher has two new publications. Along with psychology graduate students Jacqueline Di Santo and Julie Planke, Professor Geher co-authored a chapter titled “Social Reputation” for the Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science (T. Shackelford, Ed.). He also was an invited contributor to November’s cover story for Times Higher Education. … Continue reading

Cognitive Science Colloquium on November 19

Dr. Ira Novek

From Psychology to Language and Back: The Role of Intentions in Utterance Comprehension Ira Noveck (Institut des Sciences Cognitives- Marc Jeannerod, Lyon, France) November 19, 2018 (5:00 PM, LC 104) Paul Grice famously made a distinction between sentence meaning (the properties of a sentence assigned to it by the grammar) and speaker’s meaning (what the … Continue reading

Professor Dan Li Publishes Two Articles

Dr. Dan Li

Assistant Professor of Counselor Education Dan Li is the co-author of two newly published articles: Li, D., Liu, Y., & Lee, I. (2018). Supervising Asian international counseling students: Using the integrative developmental model. Journal of International Students, 8(2), 1129-1151. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1250415 Liu, Y., Jacoby, R. P., Jang H., & Li, D. (2018). A content analysis of … Continue reading

Professor Jonathan Raskin Publishes Abnormal Psychology Textbook

Professor Jonathan Raskin has published a new textbook with Macmillan International Higher Education entitled Abnormal Psychology: Contrasting Perspectives. From the publisher’s website: This groundbreaking core textbook offers a comprehensive overview of different approaches to the assessment and treatment of psychological disorders. The book retains important diagnostic perspectives, including the DSM-5, ICD-10, … Continue reading