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  • New Center for Pediatric Psychology

    Doing more to help children’s health: Center for Pediatric Psychology enhances OSU’s ability to make a difference Jacob Longan Program Spotlight 06 June 2018 The new Center for Pediatric Psychology at Oklahoma State University is a logical extension of the status of OSU and the state of Oklahoma as national leaders in the field of children’s health. Its mission is “to engage in cutting-edge scientific discovery related to all aspects of children’s health, as well as their families, and to...

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  • Psychology Partners to Offer Concurrent Classes at Stillwater High School

    From the Stillwater News Press: Stillwater High juniors and seniors wanting to earn college credits now don’t have to travel any further than down the hall. Oklahoma State University has partnered with the high school and currently offers a college-level U.S. history and psychology class at a discounted rate. For many years, Stillwater High School students have traveled to OSU to take college courses and get a head start on college, but this is the first time OSU has provided teachers in the...

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  • OSU research offers insights on women and breastfeeding

    Women with a history of chronic extra weight are more likely to stop breastfeeding their babies earlier than other mothers, according to a new study from Oklahoma State University. Researchers surveyed 1,901 mothers about breastfeeding their first biological child and found that those who reported a longer history of being overweight or obese, breastfed their children about four months, compared to an average of six months of breastfeeding from mothers who had never been overweight. 

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  • New Psychology Website Launched

    Welcome to the new website! We are happy to have the website up and live, and look forward to posting updates and departmental news here.

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