Welcome To The College of Psychology and Liberal Arts

Our goal is to foster an educational environment where students thrive in their pursuit of knowledge for the betterment of society and the world in which we live. The college offers a diverse array of courses, programs and extra curricular/co curricular opportunities. Our degree programs, minors, research, and service opportunities provide students with access to contemporary learning opportunities and mechanisms to create new knoweldge. Indeed, the pressing problems of the world today can only be solved with a broad educational background that includes study of the arts, humanities, and psychology. We are glad you have visited our website and hope you will take the opportunity to explore all our college has to offer.

In the News

447 Marriage and Journaling

Research by Finkel, Eli; Slotter, Erica; Luchies, Laura; Walton, Gregory;& Gross, James (2013). A Brief Intervention to Promote Conflict Reappraisal Preserves Marital Quality Over Time. Psychological Science, 24(8), 1595–1601.https://doi.org/10.1177/0956797612474938 Written by Robin N. Fatovic M.S. Research shows marital quality declines over time, even though marital satisfaction is a part of life satisfaction. University psychology researchers …

446 Work Hard, Play Hard

Research by Cheng, David& Wang, Lu (2014). Examining the Energizing Effects of Humor: The Influence of Humor on Persistence Behavior. Journal of Business and Psychology, 30(4), 759–772. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10869-014-9396-z Written by Robin N. Fatovic M.S. You might be serious at work and leave play for when you get home, but what if someone told you that …

445 Self-Control in Dieting

Research by Furman, Celina; Kross, Ethan;& Gearhardt, Ashley (2020). Distanced Self-Talk Enhances Goal Pursuit to Eat Healthier. Clinical Psychological Science,8(2), 366–373. https://doi.org/10.1177/2167702619896366 Written by Robin N. Fatovic M.S. Have you ever started a diet, but struggled to stay motivated or dedicated to it? Psychology researchers hypothesized that what we tell ourselves impacts our self-control when …