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Student Research Focus: Paula Eddleman probes the science of mental health15th March 2016

By Steven Krolak Motivated. That’s the first impression one has upon meeting Paula Eddleman, a junior from Elizabeth, Ind. majoring in psychology and recipient of a 2015 IU Southeast student research fellowship. Motivated to learn, discover, succeed. And, fundamentally, motivated to care. Eddleman is currently assisting Dr. Rodney Roosevelt, professor of psychology, in the Integrated …

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Faculty Spotlight: Meghan Kahn9th February 2016

  Meghan Kahn Assistant Professor of Psychology School of Social Sciences   Biography Dr. Meghan Kahn is assistant professor of psychology in the School of Social Sciences at IU Southeast. She joined the faculty in 2009 from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio, where she had already distinguished herself through research and teaching …

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Counseling in diversity: Visiting scholar Dr. Jazimin Jusoh brings multicultural approach to IU Southeast26th October 2015

By Steven Krolak The IU Southeast Common Experience is pleased to welcome Dr. Ahmad Jazimin Jusoh for two lectures. Dr. Jazimin Jusoh is associate professor in the Department of Psychology and Counseling, Faculty of Education and Human Development at Sultan Idris Education University (UPSI) in Perak, Malaysia. He is certified in choice theory and reality …

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Study abroad: IU Southeast students go back to the future in Wales21st October 2015

By Steven Krolak Sometimes, you have to go back to move forward. That’s the basic idea behind P454 Field Research in International Psychology. The course, taught by psychology professor Dr. Lucinda Woodward, addressed the question: What can one do as an individual to make a difference in the crisis facing our global ecology? To find …

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Mentorship program sparks IU Southeast graduate’s passion for psychology3rd September 2015

NEW ALBANY, Ind. — An email from a familiar name popped up in Dr. Bernie Carducci’s inbox one afternoon last week. It was from one of the professor of psychology’s former students, Quentin Stubbins, who graduated from Indiana University Southeast in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. “I just wanted to keep you updated on …

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Want love? IU Southeast professor says get busy — and start talking14th February 2013

NEW ALBANY, IN (Feb. 14, 2013) – Calling the search for a soul mate “work” sucks the romance right out of the chase, but the notion is grounded in reality. Finding that special someone shares the fundamentals of an effective job search: Who you know is key, it takes time, and online efforts are over-rated. “Every great relationship, romantic or business or otherwise, begins with small talk. These relationships start with a simple conversation,” said Bernardo J. Carducci, psychology professor and director of the Shyness Research Institute at Indiana University Southeast.

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