CSUSM NewsCenter (Psychology)

2018
October
04,
2018
Music feeds the soul, as the saying goes. Sean Griser believes that now more than ever, especially since a music-based project he took on more than three years ago has transformed the course of his academic career at Cal State San Marcos.  Griser ...
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July
23,
2018
Lexy Perez figured a rejection letter would eventually reach her email inbox when she applied for an internship with The Hollywood Reporter in 2016. She was sure one of the entertainment industry’s most esteemed publications would select someone w...
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2017
November
20,
2017
San Marcos, CA – Dr. Keith Trujillo, a California State University San Marcos psychology professor and director of the university’s Office for Training, Research & Education in the Sciences, has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the...
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May
08,
2017
Erica Alfaro will be easy to spot during Cal State San Marcos’ morning commencement ceremony on May 19. Just look for the cap that has “We did it Luisito! 2%” proudly displayed. Luisito refers to her 11-year-old son Luis. The 2 percent represen...
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February
01,
2017
Psychology professor Keith Trujillo has spent his professional career opening doors to careers in scientific research for students from underrepresented communities across the country. Trujillo has trained scores of first-generation college studen...
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2016
September
23,
2016
Ivan Hernandez never thought of himself as Ph.D. material. At least not until the Cal State San Marcos junior was introduced to the CSUSM MARC U*STAR program that encourages and supports qualified minority students majoring in the sciences into pursu...
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February
08,
2016
The numbers are staggering. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 16 million Americans are living with a malady caused by smoking, which remains the leading cause of preventable death. Tobacco use is causing nearly...
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2015
December
07,
2015
The brain is one of the most complex and magnificent organs in the human body. Neurosurgeons train for a minimum of 15 years—including four years of undergraduate study, four years of medical school and seven years in a residency program—to garner th...
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October
06,
2015
A first-generation college student who went on to earn her Ph.D. in zoology, Kimberly D’Anna-Hernandez, an assistant professor at Cal State San Marcos, is helping students from a myriad of backgrounds flourish at the collegiate level. “Cal State S...
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September
09,
2015
Oct. 3 event brings together experts, resources and contacts for those in need of caregiving information ...
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2014
July
09,
2014
As California grapples with a record-breaking drought and a significant increase in wildfires, regional leaders and scientists have been pondering how San Diego County’s climate is changing. What will our natural environment be like in 35 years? And ...
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