Gratitude Is Having a Moment—Here’s Why That Matters (And How You Can Incorporate It Into Your Own Daily Routine)

Check out this article featuring our PI Bruce Compas sharing about the importance of expressing regular gratitude!

https://parade.com/1031971/korinmiller/gratitude-during-coronavirus/

Ask an Expert: How can you alleviate stress around coronavirus?

To read more tips from Dr. Compas about coping with the unprecedented stress during the COVID-19 crisis, click https://news.vanderbilt.edu/2020/04/16/ask-an-expert-how-can-you-alleviate-stress-around-coronavirus/

Internship matches for Kemar Prussien and Allison Vreeland!

Kemar and Allison have both matched at outstanding APA-accredited clinical psychology internships! Kemar will be at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) and Allison will be at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). CHOP and UCSF were their first choices so this is wonderful news for both of them. Please join me in congratulating them both.

Master’s Theses 2020

Congratulations to Allegra Anderson and Maile Jones for both successfully completing their Master’s Theses this academic year!

Maile Jones just finished her Masters in the Child Studies program, and Allegra is a second year doctoral student in the clinical psychology program.

Congrats to you both!

Goodbye Seniors!

Congrats to Camille Archer, Spencer Zhang, Gerrica Alexander, Kristin Graves, Tatiana Ray, Tommy Tedeschi, and Charlotte Lennox! We will miss all of you and are so proud of all of your accomplishments and help in the Stress and Coping Lab!

Vanderbilt News Posting about our paper in American Psychologist

Check out an article in the Vanderbilt news about our new paper in American Psychologist! It features a great video of our PI talking about what the paper looks at.

https://news.vanderbilt.edu/2017/05/16/sick-kids-live-longer-but-brain-function-may-suffer/

Download the study, “Neurocognitive Deficits in Children with Chronic Health Conditions,” or read it online at American Psychologist.

Check out our article in the New York Times

Check out an article in the nytimes about teenage coping, that includes some statements by our PI Bruce Compas and references some of our studies!

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/08/well/family/when-a-teenagers-coping-mechanism-is-spongebob.html?_r=0

 

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