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Chapman University Student Research Day

December 8, 2016 by | Events

Undergraduate students studying various fields from art and film to public relations and advertising to psychology all gathered in the Sandhu Conference Center on Wednesday December 7th. Crean College had six students representing, all of which were undergraduate psychology majors. The topics these students presented on included emotional levels experienced by bilinguals versus monolinguals, whether or

MFT Students Awarded Prestigious Fellowship 1st Time Chapman MFT Students Awarded AAMFT Minority Fellowship- Kandace Brown (Class of 2017) and Nicole Reilly (Class of 2019)

November 15, 2016 by | News

  The American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) Minority Fellowship is an incredibly prestigious fellowship that can be awarded to an MFT student in the discipline of Marriage and Family Therapy. The minority fellowship program is “dedicated to expanding the delivery of culturally competent mental health and substance abuse services to understand minority

Seniors Receive Distinguished Awards In Research Baylor Hogan, Shantaé Thornton, and Brady Slater receive notable research awards

May 20, 2016 by | News

Congratulations to the following students who were presented with prestigious research awards:   Baylor Hogan, Kinesiology ‘16 First place in the Kevin and Tam Ross Leatherby Libraries Undergraduate Research Competition Baylor’s research focused on the effectiveness of yoga on adults who have suffered from stroke. This is the first year a Crean student has been

1st Annual Health Science Research Day Held at the Rinker Campus

April 13, 2016 by | News

The Rinker Health Science Campus held its first annual Health Science Research Day on April 7, bringing together graduate student and alumni research from inter-professional programs. Presented research from Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences programs included Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) and Physical Therapy (DPT), along with the School of Pharmacy. Graduate students and

Senior Psychology Student Sohini Mukherjee Discusses Presenting At The American Psychosomatic Society Held every year in March, the APS's Annual Meeting is an extremely prestigious honor.

March 23, 2016 by | Research

Sohini Mukherjee is graduating in May with a double major in English and psychology, and has been studying diarrheal diseases in India since she was a sophomore at Chapman University. Less than two years after traveling to Denver, Colo., to present a research project titled Study of Socioeconomic, Sanitation and Hygiene Factors as Determinants of

New Research Analyzes Height, Weight, Income and More In Regards to Sex and Dating How does your BMI, how tall you are, and your job, influence your attractiveness?

September 29, 2015 by | Research

The idiom “beauty is in the eye of the beholder” has been used by everyone from Shakespeare to Benjamin Franklin, but what happens if you survey thousands of ‘beholders’ to try and get down to the bottom of what specifically beauty really means? That’s exactly what Crean College of Health and Behavioral Science’s David Frederick,

Chapman Anaheim Science Project Uses Robots and Coding To Turn Teachers Into Students

September 15, 2015 by | News

As part of the grant program CASP, Chapman Anaheim Science Partnership, fifty fellows gathered in Crean Hall for a week long course designed to teach creative ways to integrate science in curriculums within middle and high schools across Anaheim. Dr. Frank Frisch, Principal Investigator of the grant and Director of Kinesiology Program at Chapman University’s Crean College of Health

Research Reveals Details About Friendship And Its Impact On Happiness

July 31, 2015 by | News

Friendship is something many of us consider a necessity, though the extent of the role it plays in each one of our lives is unique. A recently published article, conducted by researchers at Chapman University’s Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences, in conjunction with Dr. Brian Gillespies of Sonoma State, sought to discover how U.S. adults rely

Greater Life Satisfaction, Dr. Boehm Study Published Worldwide

June 30, 2015 by | News

Greater life satisfaction in adults older than 50 years of age is found to be related to a reduced risk of morality.  Dr. Julia Boehm, Assistant Professor of Psychology for Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences, has gained worldwide media attention for recent research findings. The study, which is the first of its kind