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Emory fMRI facility signals new era for neuroscience
The new functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) machine arrives at Emory's Psychology and Interdisciplinary Sciences (PAIS) building. It took two flat-bed trucks and a 40-foot crane to deliver the crown jewel: A Siemens Trio 3-Tesla functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) machine. Read more...
James McKeen Cattell Fellowship Award
Congratulations to Drs. Elaine Walker and Scott Lilienfeld! They have been awarded the James McKeen Cattell Fellowship Award for lifetime achievement in applied psychology from the Association for Psychological Science.
The Division of Experimental Psychology of the American Psychological Association Division 3 New Investigator Award
Congratulations to Dr. Regina Paxton Gazes! She has been selected by the Division of Experimental Psychology (Division 3) of the American Psychological Association to receive a New Investigator Award. Read more...
A component of the Department of Psychology at Emory University, the Psychological Center was established to provide psychological services for te Atlanta community. In addition, it serves as a training facility for advanced doctoral candidates in clinical psychology.
Established in 1965 and accredited by the American Psychological Association, the Center is staffed by 13 licensed Ph.D. clinical psychologists and a group of advanced level graduate student trainees. A range of diagnostic and therapeutic services is provided for emotional and educational difficulties in children, adolescents and adults. Problems addressed include the range of concerns and disorders that bring people in for treatment. They range from psychological issues related to pregnancy and childbirth, anxiety, depression, relationship problems, family and marital conflict, and child behavior problems to school-related achievement concerns, learning disabilities and attention problems.
Individual, couples, family and group psychotherapy is available on a sliding fee sale ranging from $18 to $60 per session. IQ, learning disability, attention deficit disorder and neuropsychological assessment services are available at a reduced fee. The charge for IQ testing is $150. The fee for all other comprehensive testing services is $700.
Therapy and testing can also be provided by the licensed clinical psychologists on faculty. If this service is requested, standard fees are charged.
To arrange for appointment or to obtain additional information, please contact Dr. Cynthia Messina, Associate Director, at 404-727-7451.
eScienceCommons-Connecting the Natural and Social Sciences at Emory
This blog highlights interdisciplinary research and activities spanning the natural and social sciences at Emory University. Comments are welcome, along with suggestions for posts. Read more...