Insight: The Newsletter of the Department of Psychology

Department of Psychology

InSight

A Collaborative Endeavor

Alex Grizzell sees the move to the new Ken and Blaire Mossman Building as another opportunity to build collaborations in the department.

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Alex Grizzell with a mouse

Insight from the Head

Deb Welsh shares news about the Mossman building dedication and new opportunities for students, upcoming alumni events, and more.

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Deb Welsh
Annie Loewen

Understanding How Stress Affects the Brain

Annie Loewen, an undergraduate student in Matt Cooper’s research lab, studies how stress contributes to several psychiatric conditions.

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Brittany Coppinger

Social Groups and Communication Complexity

Brittany Coppinger, a doctoral student in Todd Freeberg’s lab, recently wrapped up a two-year data collection project on the social complexity of tufted titmice.

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Kalynn Schulz with students in lab

Influences on Sex-Specific Brain and Behavioral Outcomes

Kalynn Schulz works to understand how steroid hormones shape the developing nervous system during sensitive periods of development.

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students in a pab

Effects of Stress on Overall Well-Being

Debora Baldwin studies the phenomenon of stress on physiological systems and psychological resources to understand its effects on overall well-being.

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Invest in the Psychology Department

We are grateful for the generous support of alumni and friends. Your support helps us accomplish great things. Your support:

  • allows graduate students to attend and present their research at national conferences, which plays a critical role in advancing their academic and professional careers.
  • provides stipends to undergraduate psychology majors who dream of studying abroad, but lack the financial means to do so.
  • helps recruit and retain a strong faculty toward our journey to become a Top 25 public research institution.

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Department of Psychology
Austin Peay Building
University of Tennessee
Knoxville, TN 37996-0184
P: (865) 974-3328
E-mail: cjogle@utk.edu

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