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Julie Neiworth, Professor of Psychology, delivered an invited talk at the Midwestern Psychological Association meeting in Chicago on May 1st. It was entitled "Reconsidering Cognitive and Social Processes in Cotton Top Tamarins." Senior Liz Groesbeck (2015) also presented a poster on memory deficits in aging tamarins, sponsored by Neiworth, as part of the Psi Chi Midwestern Poster Session at MPA.
Ken Abrams-"Does Nicotine Withdrawal Promote Panic? Findings from a Placebo-Controlled Patch Study Employing a CO2 Rebreathing Procedure."November 3, 2014
Associate Professor of Psychology, presented a poster co-authored with Kate Cieslowski '15, Stacey Johnson '15, Sam Krimmel '15, Caroline Kryder '14, Ari Melum '14, and Helen Strnad '14 at the 122nd annual conference of the American Psychological Association (APA) in Washington, D.C. The poster was titled "Does Nicotine Withdrawal Promote Panic? Findings from a Placebo-Controlled Patch Study Employing a CO2 Rebreathing Procedure."
Associate Professor of Psychology, chaired a symposium titled "Developing International Programs in Psychology," at the annual meeting of the International Conference on Psychology Education (ICOPE) in Flagstaff, Arizona. The title of his talk within the symposium was "Developing and Leading a Term-Long Study Abroad Program." He also served as an invited panelist on a panel titled "Developing Student and Faculty International Partnerships, Activities, and Exchanges."
Neil Lutsky, William R. Kenan, Jr., Professor of Psychology, presented a paper titled "Personality Traits In Extremis: Are Trait Correlations Representative of General Patterns?" at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, held in Austin, Texas, February 13 through 15.
- April 1, 2013
Julia Strand, Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology, recently gave an invited talk to the University of California, Berkeley Linguistics Department Colloquium, titled "Recognizing words by sight and sound: Lexical competition and the mental lexicon."
- February 25, 2013
Neil Lutsky, William R. Kenan, Jr., Professor of Psychology, gave talks to the faculties at Lewis & Clark College and Willamette University in Oregon, February 14 and 15, on "How Teaching Quantitative Reasoning Serves a Liberal Arts Curriculum." Lutsky serves as the consultant for the schools' Teagle grant on quantitative reasoning.
- February 4, 2013
Neil Lutsky, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Psychology, presented the paper "What Aspects of Traits Correlate with Subjective Well-Being?" at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, in New Orleans on January 19.
- January 7, 2013
Ken Abrams, Assistant Professor of Psychology, recently gave two invited talks at the University of Florence. The first was titled, "Empirically-Keyed and Factor-Analytic Methods of Personality Test Construction," and the second was titled, "Provoking Panic in the Laboratory: The Use of Respiratory Challenges to Study Why Smoking Promotes Panic Disorder."
- December 18, 2012
Sarah Meerts, Assistant Professor of Psychology, recently gave an invited talk to the Biology Department at Wesleyan University titled "Sensory Contributions to the Display of Mating in Female Rats."
- October 22, 2012
Neil Lutsky, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Psychology, presented at the National Numeracy Network meeting at City University of New York, New York City, October 12 - 14. He presented two papers: "The Art and Science of Developing Middle School Students' Interest in Thinking with Numbers," and "To Write Well, Reason Quantitatively; To Reason Quantitatively, Write Well."
- October 12, 2012
Neil Lutsky, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Psychology, was invited to participate in the American Psychological Association's Science Leadership Conference. The Conference was held September 27 through 29 in Washington, D.C.
- September 29, 2012
Julie Neiworth, Professor of Psychology and Director of Neuroscience, was interviewed by USA Today about her latest research with students and the challenge of retesting retracted studies in science.