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PTSD research named among top 10 health innovations

Stephen Maren, University Distinguished Professor in the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences, had research that was named one of Healthinnovations’ renowned Top 10 Healthinnovations of 2019. The Healthinnovations site compiles a list of the most viewed articles each year, sharing where their “mainstream readership across the globe define the greatest innovations, helping to indicate the largest areas … Continued

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Horror movies and haunted houses — why do we enjoy fear on Halloween?

It’s the end of October, which for many people means haunted houses and horror movies. We sat down with Stephen Maren of the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, to ask the question: Why do we find putting ourselves in fearful situations so alluring?

Catharine Rankin, president of the Pavlovian Society, presented Maren with the Gantt Medal this past weekend.

Gantt Medal recipient

University Distinguished Professor in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Stephen Maren, has been awarded a prestigious medal for his work in learning and memory.

We Are Liberal Arts: PTSD research

In honor of Mental Health Month, we are highlighting world-renown neuroscientist Stephen Maren. In this video, he shares the impact and advancements of his research on PTSD through the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences.

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New Study Advances Treatment Options for PTSD

Psychological & Brain Sciences professor Stephen Maren published research that paves the way for new treatments of PTSD.

photo of Dr. Steve Maren of the Department of Psychology

PTSD Awareness Day: Seeing the invisible illness

The College of Liberal Arts sits down with psychology professor Steve Maren to discuss National PTSD Awareness Day--a disorder that affects an estimated 13 million people.

Texas A&M names five faculty members Distinguished Professors

Texas A&M University today recognized five of its most outstanding faculty members with one of its highest honors: the title of University Distinguished Professor.