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*This slideshow only contains slides of students who expressed interest in being featured on our website, it does not reflect the entire Psychology Department graduating class.

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June 25, 2020

Department of Psychology Statement on Racism, Social Justice, and Change

Department of Psychology Statement on Racism, Social Justice, and Change:

The murder of George Floyd and other Black men and women in encounters with police reflects the enduring racism that permeates the daily lives of Black Americans. The Psychology Department condemns racism in all its manifestations, expresses solidarity with protestors who seek meaningful and lasting change, and supports groups, such as Black Lives Matter, that are actively working towards these lasting changes in social and governmental policy.

May 21, 2020

Professor Shohamy article on CNN

Professor Daphna Shohamy recently wrote an article on CNN's Social Commentary Opinion section, titled "Lentils or Pasta? Why Small Decisions Feel As Tough As Big Ones In This Time of Crisis. You can read the full article by clicking on the link below:

https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/13/opinions/coronavirus-brains-decisions-shohamy-opinion/index.html

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