The Psychology Department celebrated the 25th birthday of its doctoral programs with a party atop Rudder Tower on December 7th. About 80 faculty, staff, and graduate students attended the affair. The first of our nearly 250 PhD graduates was Daniel Gorenflo who graduated in December 1986 under the mentorship of William Crano and Wendy Wood.
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Our colleague, Brian Stagner, was honored this past month at the meeting of the Texas Psychological Association with the Robert McPherson Legislative Action Award (see attached picture).
In presenting this award to Brian, Dr. Robert Mehl (President of the Texas Psychological Association) offered the following remarks:
“Dr. Brian Stagner’s contributions to Texas psychology [...]Continue Reading →
Benton Pierce earned his bachelor’s degree in Physics at Texas A&M University in 1974 and went out into the cruel world to earn his fame and fortune. But after approximately 20 years working in industry, a yearning curiosity about human behavior brought him back to Texas A&M, this time to earn his doctorate in Cognitive [...]Continue Reading →