Clapp Laboratory

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Clapp Laboratory

Upcoming Events

Welcome Session for Parents of First Year and New Varsity Student Athletes

Join the director of athletics and other members of MHC’s athletics program to discuss your student’s experience as a varsity student-athlete. Information...

8/30 10am
Charting Your Involvement Journey at MHC (mandatory)

Are you looking to impact MHC and the greater community? Want to learn how to get involved on-campus, explore your ideas and passions, and start to build...

9/1 12:30pm
Charting Your Involvement Journey at MHC (mandatory)

Are you looking to impact MHC and the greater community? Want to learn how to get involved on-campus, explore your ideas and passions, and start to build...

9/1 2:30pm
Charting Your Involvement Journey at MHC (mandatory)

Are you looking to impact MHC and the greater community? Want to learn how to get involved on-campus, explore your ideas and passions, and start to build...

9/1 4:30pm
Career Development Center and Student Employment (mandatory for those planning to work on campus)

We will introduce career development services and resources for students, and discuss student employment and JobX (the student employment database).

9/2 1pm

Recent Events

Final Lecture

5/16/2019

Recent Activity

Elsie Parrilla

Elsie Parrilla left a positive review 4/9/2019

It was an important event - found it helpful and informative.

Bassey Akpan

Bassey Akpan left a positive review 4/9/2019

As a clinician in training, this talk really helped me understand on a biological level the effects of trauma. It was a great refresher in terms of learning what gets activated in the brain with traumatic experiences.

Lisa Balicki

Lisa Balicki left a positive review 4/9/2019

This was great. Shannon always presents well. I was a psych major way back when, so while I was familiar with the various parts of the brain and how they function, I never learned how they all work together in the context of trauma. Incredibly informative, and a great intro into what happens during a trauma. Wish she could present this at every PD around us!

Something that struck me was the research of first responders, who have been quoted saying that since the victim could not remember all the details during the interview, it must be made up. Yet you continuously hear officers interviewing witnesses, handing them their cards and asking them to reach out if they remember anything else. Why is it expected that a witness can have a spotty memory, but not a victim? Food for thought, and education can certainly fix that hypocrisy!

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