Department of Applied Psychology News

Resist to Remain Resilient
See video “Resist to Remain Resilient" which was sponsored by the Innovations in Diversity & Academic Excellence Grant, hosted by the Office of Institutional Diversity & Inclusion. Professor Tracy Robinson-Wood of the Applied Psychology Department created this along with colleagues from Simmons and Wellesley ...more
Why ‘Rage Rooms’ won't solve your anger issues, according to Northeastern University psychologist Christie Rizzo.
Why ‘Rage Rooms’ won't solve your anger issues, according to Northeastern University psychologist Christie Rizzo.
Rage rooms have become a global phenomenon. But they won't solve your anger management issues, according to Northeastern University psychologist Christie Rizzo. Rage rooms—where stressed out people go to relieve tension by smashing furniture, housewares, and electronics with baseball bats, crowbars, and sledgehammers—have become a global phenomenon. But taking out your frustration on chairs, dishes, flat-screen TVs—or fax ...more
GSS Webinar - Teaching International Students: Cross Cultural Perspectives Thursday March 31, 2016 12PM
Global Student Success invites you to join our upcoming March webinar. Presenters: Dr. Chieh Li, Dr. Rachel Rodgers, Rachel Ruah, Zhenhu Hou, and Zhenshan Zhong (Department of Applied Psychology) This webinar will discuss teaching international students from cross cultural perspectives. A dialogue will be held among faculty, international students, cross-cultural researchers, and a visiting scholar from China. The presenters will ...more