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Recent Alumni Publication
Smith, E. S. ('10), Geissler, S.A., Schallert, T., & Lee, H. J. (2013). The role of central amygdala dopamine in disengagement behavior. Behavioral Neuroscience, 127 (2), 164-174.
Bryant, V. E. ('10), Kahler, C., Devlin, K., Monti, P.M. Cohen, R. (2013). The effects of cigarette smoking on learning and memory performance among people living with HIV/AIDS. AIDS Care: Psychological and Socio-medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV, 25 (10), 1308-1316.
"I believe (or at least like to think) that I have made many wise decisions in my life. One decision I have made that I know was possibly the wisest of all, was majoring in Psychology. I have used all that I have learned studying Psychology at St. Mary's College of Maryland on a daily basis. Since obtaining my degree I have been employed by two highly accredited organizations that have provided me with numerous life-changing experiences. I worked as a Caseworker with the Choice Program where I worked with at-risk and gang-involved adolescents and their families. I then worked for the Institute for Family Centered Services as a Family Centered Specialist, where I provided home-based family therapy. Had I not received a degree in Psychology from such an incredible college filled with such highly-educated and motivated professors, I would not be writing this post about my past successes. Best major there is (in my opinion)." ~Brian Mansky '07
|Of all the 1986-2013 alumni responding to the
survey in the summer of 2014, 83.6% (241/288) answered "yes" to the question
"Have you ever enrolled in school again?"
Our students have attended a wide variety of graduate institutions, including:
The majority of these students have enrolled in graduate programs in psychology, including clinical and counseling psychology, developmental psychology, family psychology, I/O psychology, neuroscience, and sports psychology. A number have entered graduate programs in social work and a many others had pursued teaching (early childhood and special education were the most frequent). Other fields represented include criminal justice/criminology, human resources, medicine and nursing, law, business (MBA programs), occupational therapy, and veterinary medicine.
Check out our more extensive listing of psychology alumni to see the career paths they have taken.
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