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Interdisciplinary research on origins of behavior

Parents with an infant.Funded by grant from the National Science Foundation, scientists in WSU’s Department of Psychology and Department of Human Development are launching a four-year study of babies’ emotional reactions and responses, seeking a greater understanding of how humans develop safe and unsafe behaviors.

Researchers will study infants’ approach and avoidance behaviors, to understand how they develop in emerging brain » More …

Triple-hitter: senior earns dual degrees and second major

Three studentsWhen Amelia VanMeter graduates this spring, she will have completed three majors in the time it takes most students to finish just one.

“The only way I was able to do this was because I really and truly care about what I am doing,” said VanMeter, who made it clear she didn’t let anyone hold her back earning bachelor’s degrees in both psychology and human development, and a second major in Spanish for the Professions. » More …