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Santa Brought Books (and Cake)!

Posted on December 5, 2016 by Paul Silvia

Santa knows if you’ve been naughty or nice, even when you’re a grown-up. The psychology professors have been especially nice […]


PSY Paths: Jenna McGown, Class of 2006

Posted on November 29, 2016 by Paul Silvia

It’s the last week of the Fall 2016 semester, a time when students and faculty alike are feeling the crunch. […]


UNCG’s Psychology Students at the SSSP Conference: Adventures in Voiceless Alveolar Sibilants

Posted on November 7, 2016 by Paul Silvia

Science never sleeps (although it has been known to take the occasional power nap in the lab) so it was […]


PSY Paths: Nina Powell, Class of 2008

Posted on November 3, 2016 by Paul Silvia

Our alumni follow many paths. Sometimes those paths are somewhere in Greensboro. But many of our students move far from […]


The Haunted Halls of Eberhart

Posted on October 28, 2016 by Paul Silvia

It’s that spooky time of year, when the soothing cream-colored cinder block walls of Eberhart take on a more eerie […]


PSY Paths: Shefi Arias, Class of 2008

Posted on October 20, 2016 by Paul Silvia

Here at the Humans Behaving blog, it’s not all avocado chairs and bulletin boards. We also like to showcase what […]


Turning the Tables at Psi Chi’s Quiz Bowl

Posted on October 14, 2016 by Paul Silvia

Our valiant Psi Chi chapter has many fun events, but the most intriguing for your humble blogger might be their […]


Welcome, Dr. Sara Estle!

Posted on September 28, 2016 by Paul Silvia

While ambling through Eberhart’s cinder block walls, you might have noticed that Fall 2016 has brought a few new faces. […]


Evidence for Psi Chi’s Interregnum Cessation

Posted on September 12, 2016 by Paul Silvia

Psi Chi, the international honor society for psychology, has hundreds of chapters at colleges and universities worldwide, and I dare […]


Teaching’s Quirky Creative Challenges

Posted on September 6, 2016 by Paul Silvia

Teaching is never “by the book”: the imagination and improvisation involved in teaching make it creatively challenging and rewarding. Although […]


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