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The Stevenson University Psychology Club cordially invites you and your students to attend and participate in our annual Baltimore County Local Brain Bee competition on February 25, 2017 from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM at Stevenson University. For the competition, students will be asked to demonstrate their neuroscience knowledge by answering question related to brain structure and function. This is a great opportunity for students interested in Psychology, Biology, Neurology, and Medicine to demonstrate their knowledge and grow in their respective fields. It is also a great experience to put on college applications. Come out and support the Psychology Club and host Dr. Ingrid K. Tulloch!

The Psychology Club traded empathic conjectures for gloves and trash bags as they ventured into one of the Greenspring Campus gardens for Make A Difference Day. The environmental fervor and interpersonal bonding that occurred was nearly unmatched as like one cohesive vacuum, the proud Psychology Club valiantly swept away the filth. Brightened smiles of unwavering optimism and consanguinity radiated throughout this team effort as this Club definitively proves that when people come together there can be no end to what may be accomplished.

Humanistic Therapist Dr. Dyer P. Bilgrave, Sexologist Dr. Kate Thomas, Biological Psychologist Dr. Ingrid K. Tulloch, and Social Psychologist Dr. Ryan Schurtz discussed issues of the 'heart and of the pants' on a panel Tuesday night, March 29th. The panel event was hosted by the Psychology Club and moderated by Larry Fort. The first half of the event dealt with questions such as the role of monogamy in modern society and signs of weakness in a relationship. The second half dealt with questions asked by the audience, some of which dealt with the nature of fetishes and whether 'once a cheater always a cheater.'
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