• Certificate in Forensic Psychology

    Certificate in Forensic Psychology

    The field of forensic psychology examines the intersection between human behavior and the law. SDSU’s College of Extended Studies has partnered with SDSU’s Homeland Security […]

     
  • Hardest Working Cities in America

    Hardest Working Cities in America

    Feb 25, 2019  |  Adam McCann, Financial Writer Lisa M. Kath, Ph.D. – Associate Professor, Psychology, San Diego State University Research shows that Americans work 25% more […]

     
  • The Broken Promise of American Health

    The Broken Promise of American Health

    SDSU alumnus and former SDSU Psychology Professor Dr. Robert Kaplan’s new book examines the broken promise of the American health care system and shares important […]

     
  • Autism Center Answers Unmet Need for Community Services

    Autism Center Answers Unmet Need for Community Services

    “There’s an unmet need in the community for affordable and accessible clinical and diagnostic services.” “Aiming to become a centralized location for assessment, diagnosis and […]

     
  • The SDSU team says toxic chemicals of tobacco smoke can be embedded in pillows. Non-smokers, especially children, can be exposed to toxic chemicals via contact with the polluted pillows.

    Residual Tobacco Smoke Pollutes New Clean Materials

    “According to an interdisciplinary team of SDSU researchers, existing smoking regulations do not prevent unintended exposure to residual tobacco smoke.” By La Monica Everett-Haynes “The […]