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Read the 2016 Psyclone below, download a copy, or view prior issues. The Psyclone is the longest running departmental newsletter at Goshen College. It is published annually by the Psychology Department. Greetings: The Psychology department extends a hearty
Communicating using sign language while missing fingers is like speaking with a lisp, Goshen College graduate Olivia Ginn explains
This year has ushered in many changes in the department. An exciting addition this year is the psychology forum, an extracurricular meeting where different psychology-related speakers present to the students and faculty.
In this new 2014 issue of the Psyclone, Goshen College’s Psychology Department traveled to the Butler Conference for the first time. This is a conference where undergraduate students present their research in a number of
My research interests are in the area of developmental psychopathology, and focus on associations between exposure to stressors like interparental conflict and children’s socio-emotional development and adjustment.
average salary of GC graduates 10 years out
of Goshen College students study abroad
of all colleges and universities in graduates receiving Ph.D.s
of psychology alumni agree that their undergraduate education prepared them for graduate school
of job-seeking graduates from the GC class of 2015 were employed within one year after graduation
of 2015 GC seniors who said their overall educational experience was good or excellent