Tag: Psychology

New Master of Science in Sport, Exercise and Performance Psychology approved by Regents

American Psychological Association describes it as ‘hot’ career Green Bay, Wis. — From world-class athletes to “weekend warriors,” across every area of recreation and fitness, performers are increasingly looking to sport psychologists to get them one step closer to their personal bests. Now, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will help prepare these dedicated athletes and […]

Prof. Ryan Martin talks ‘anger’ with Constant Wonder

“We all lose our tempers and feel provoked by things we encounter on a daily basis. But anger doesn’t happen in a vacuum, and our frustration comes from an evolutionary heritage designed to help us fight and correct injustices.” Associate Dean Ryan Martin (CAHSS) talks with Constant Wonder via Episode – BYUradio.

Prof. Ryan Martin tops TED Talks homepage

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UW-Green Bay Professor and Associate Dean Ryan Martin’s (Psychology, CAHSS) TED Talk can now be found on the the TED homepage under “Newest Talks.” The talk, which originated as a TEDxFondduLac Talk was “upgraded” to a TED Talk status in March. Watch the homepage-worthy talk, “Why we get mad — and why it’s healthy.”

Prof. Gurung shares ‘Our Relationship With Stuff’ | Wisconsin Public Radio

“Humans have a tricky relationship with stuff: shirts, books, cars, so on. We all have stuff; we want more stuff; we get jealous of other peoples’ stuff. We talk to a psychologist about where this drive comes from, and take a broad look at what impacts our complex relationship with material goods.” WPR talks to […]

Video: UW-Green Bay Spring 2019 Commencement highlights and senior reflections

“It was a dream.” Along with some scenes from Commencement, undergraduates Johnny Gomez (Business Administration) and Taylor Gulbrand (Psychology, Human Development), and Brianna Jenkins (Master’s in Nursing Leadership and Management in Health Systems), reflect on their time at UW-Green Bay, and the family and faculty who got them to degree completion.  Video by Dan Moore, […]

From GPS to graduate school, Shayla Warren has growing aspirations

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Shayla Warren studies the long-term neural impact of mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) with the Neuroscience Lab and its faculty members at UW-Green Bay. It’s a massive undertaking for an undergraduate student that could have significant implications on everything from youth sports to accidents on the playground. What made it even more interesting, though, is […]

Turning heartache into hope: UW-Green Bay’s Taylor Gulbrand finds healing, hope and her future, at Camp Lloyd

Taylor Gulbrand (Psychology and Human Development) experienced the heartbreak of losing her mother while a freshman at UW-Green Bay. But that loss wasn’t lost. When Gulbrand heard about Camp Lloyd, a grief camp for kids unique to UW-Green Bay, she asked where she could sign up. Last summer she served as a head buddy — one […]

‘CAHSS and Effect’ interview features Assistant Prof. Jason Cowell and Psychology student

The latest from “CAHSS and Effect” includes a conversation with Assistant Prof. Jason Cowell (Psychology) and Psychology student Shayla Warren. Warren arrived at UW-Green Bay enrolled in the Gateways to Phoenix Success (GPS) program, and now is studying the long-term neural impact of mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) and has doctoral aspirations. Warren has been working […]