Feb. 22nd at 7pm the Psychological Science department will host a transfer night on the Southern & Dobson Campus. Please see the attached for more information.
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Be sure to come to a Psi Beta Meeting tomorrow 2/10. Dr. Richardson-Delgado will be discussing music and creative arts therapy at the Red Mountain Campus...
Thank you to everyone who came out to the Psi Beta evening lecture last night. We had over 250 people come out for a great lecture on cyber crime and sex...
Tomorrow night, 2/2, at 7pm Psi Beta & the MCC Psychological Science department present the first Spring Evening Lecture on Sex Crimes and Cyber Criminals:...
Please join the Psychological Science Department in congratulating Tim Franklin one of our adjunct faculty in the successful defense of his dissertation....
In Spring 2012, our department formed a faculty group to explore student needs related to success and persistence. We concluded that self-efficacy/regulatory behaviors contribute significantly to student success and persistence. The focus, thus far, has been on PSY 101 students.
Our goal is to: 1) develop an unobtrusive, yet valid and reliable method, of identifying students who are challenged in the areas of self-regulation and self-efficacy, and 2) provide meaningful support for these students.
Select the image to expand and learn more about this initiative and how it will benefit students, across all of their college courses and beyond.
Central to this initiative--a survey that can be used to identify and open dialogue with PSY 101 students whose survey responses suggest a lack of self-efficacy and self-regulation. Instructors who will be administering the survey to their PSY 101 classes will need the Survey Administration Guide and the Self-Efficacy/Regulation Survey.
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