Accolades

Dr. Todd Kashdan's Research featured in Psychology Today Article

Dr. Todd Kashdan's Research featured in Psychology Today Article

In the words of psychologist Todd Kashdan, the ability to, "recognize and adapt to various situational demands; shift mindsets or behavioral repertoires when these strategies compromise personal or social functioning; maintain balance among important life domains; and be aware, open, and committed to behaviors that are congruent with deeply held values

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Come to the Psychology Department Welcome Event

Come to the Psychology Department Welcome Event

New to Mason Psychology? We're so glad that you're here! Come talk to department faculty and returning Psychology students. We'll answer your questions about classes, research, and getting involved. We look forward to seeing you!

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Now Hiring for Non-Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Forensic Psychology

Now Hiring for Non-Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Forensic Psychology

he George Mason University Department of Psychology invites applications for a non-tenure-track Assistant Professor position, ideally beginning in the Fall 2019 semester. The position is to support the forensic psychology program, which currently offers a minor for non-psychology majors and a concentration for psychology majors. This program is our fastest-growing program. Started just 3 years ago, it now has nearly 300 students.

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Now Hiring for Term Psychology Faculty

Now Hiring for Term Psychology Faculty

The George Mason University Psychology Department invites applications for a full-time, 12-month, non-tenure-track Assistant Professor position, ideally beginning in the Fall 2019 semester. The position will support the undergraduate psychology program in two primary ways: (1) to teach a variety of undergraduate courses consistent with the faculty member’s expertise, and (2) to instruct and supervise doctoral student instructors of undergraduate courses, who are teaching for the first time.

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Dr. Thalia Goldstein Named the Society for Research in Child Development 2019-2020 Scholar-in-Residence

Dr. Thalia Goldstein Named the Society for Research in Child Development 2019-2020 Scholar-in-Residence

The Scholar-in-Residence program, launched in 2018, is designed to provide researchers time and space in SRCD’s Washington, D.C. office while on academic leave or sabbatical to complete a project, all the while exploring the Society and local scholarly, policy, or government connections. Scholars-in-residence receive funds to supplement existing sabbatical/leave support during their period of residence.

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