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A voice for women

TWU Psychology's Debra Mollen has been named a Distinguished Leader for Women for her "critical contributions to psychology through her trailblazing research on sexuality, reproductive justice, multicultural competence, and counseling psychology training."

TWU's Mollen interviewed about abortion, mental health

Dr. Debra Mollen of the Texas Woman's University Division of Psychology and Philosophy was interviewed for an article about concerns over the United States Supreme Court's decision regarding abortion and its impact on mental health.

The article, "The facts about abortion and mental health," was published on the American Psychological Association's website.

DRC: TWU psychology professor will use fellowship to focus on pandemic's impact on kids

The Denton Record-Chronicle featured Denise Maricle, a professor of psychology and the first recipient of the Richard W. Woodcock Distinguished Research Fellowship awarded by the Woodcock Institute for Neurocognitive Research and Applied Practice.

Psychology professor receives 2021 state advocacy award

Ronald Palomares-Fernandez, Ph.D., associate professor of psychology at Texas Woman’s University, has received the Texas Psychological Association (TPA) 2021 State Advocacy Award for his commitment to the advancement of the psychology profession and discipline at the state regulatory level.

Dr. Lisa Rosen discusses most important skills for psychology instructors with

Associate Professor Lisa Rosen, PhD, discussed valuable technical skills for recent psychology graduates and working educators in a recent interview with "Many majors can complete a research project from start to finish, which allows them to hone data analysis and interpretation skills and other skills critical to project management," Rosen said. "Psychology majors also develop their communication skills as written papers and oral presentations are quite common."