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Zoccola Gets APA Achievement Award for Early Career Professionals

Zoccola Gets APA Achievement Award for Early Career Professionals

Dr. Peggy Zoccola has been awarded the American Psychological Association Achievement Award for Early Career Professionals. This award, given to early professionals in psychology, provides winners funding to attend A.P.A.’s Annual Convention. Zoccola noted that this award “helped [her] foster professional networking” which led to “additional opportunities for [her] research […]

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September 26, 2016 at 4:52 pmNews

30 Arts & Sciences Faculty Awarded Promotions

30 Arts & Sciences Faculty Awarded Promotions

Congratulations to the College of Arts & Sciences faculty whose promotions were approved at the June 23-24 Ohio University Board of Trustees meeting. “It is always a great pleasure to read the dossiers of the faculty being considered for promotion and tenure,” says Robert A. Frank, Dean of the College […]

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July 12, 2016 at 1:58 pmNews

Psychology Student Studies Negative Health Effects of Discrimination

Psychology Student Studies Negative Health Effects of Discrimination

By Juliana Scheiderer ’16 Can discrimination have an effect on physical health? Wilson Figueroa, a graduate student in health psychology, thinks so. Through his research in the Psychology Department’s stress lab, Figueroa is tracking associations between discrimination and self-reports of poor health in the LGBT community. His adviser is Dr. […]

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January 23, 2016 at 5:09 pmResearch

Psychology Student Gets Psi Chi Travel Grant to Present Paper

Andrew Manigault

Congratulations to Andrew Manigault who was awarded a 2015-16 Winter Unrestricted Travel grant by Psi Chi for his paper titled “Effects of Mindlessness and Rumination in Predicting Cortisol Recovery to an Acute Social-Evaluative Stressor,” which he will present the paper at the SPSP annual convention in San Diego on Jan. […]

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December 18, 2015 at 2:50 pmNews

Zoccola Seeks Undergrad Apprentice for LGBT Stress and Resiliency Project

Dr. Peggy Zoccola

Dr. Peggy Zoccola, Assistant Professor of Psychology, is seeking an undergraduate research apprentice for a project on daily stress and resiliency in sexual and gender minorities, who are at elevated risk for multiple mental and physical health conditions which may result, in part, from the experience of and responses to […]

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February 19, 2015 at 6:03 pmAnnouncements Research

Good Housekeeping: Distract Yourself, Zoccola Says

Good Housekeeping: Distract Yourself, Zoccola Says

Dr. Peggy Zoccola, Assistant Professor of Psychology, appears in the “Real women, real-world advice” section an article in the October 2013 edition of Good Housekeeping with simple advice from her recent study on how dwelling on stressful events can increase inflammation in the body. “If you only do one thing […]

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