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Professional psychology students win state funding to continue community programs on postpartum depression

School of Professional Psychology students receive additional state grant to offer screenings and organize community programs on postpartum depression among African-American women.
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$878K grant allows Wright State researchers to study military marriages

Excerpt Military marriages are known for long periods of separation and high stress — situations that can cause those on active duty to become distracted at a time when they need to be keen. Wright State University psychology researchers are …
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Winfrey named dean of School of Professional Psychology

LaPearl Logan Winfrey has served interim dean, associate dean and chief psychologist of the doctoral internship program at Wright State’s School of Professional Psychology.
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Marriage medicine

Wright State psychology researchers are studying whether early detection can head off problems in military marriages.
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