Category: Events


Is a Master’s Degree in Psychology a Good Choice for You?

Dr. Jef Kahn, a 1997 graduate of Iowa State, will visit campus on October 18th to talk about attending graduate school in psychology. He teaches at Illinois State University where he also supervises students in their graduate program. He will speak about applying to master’s programs in psychology and career options for students with master’s … Continue reading Is a Master’s Degree in Psychology a Good Choice for You?

Friday, October 18, 2:10-3:00pm | W262 Lagomarcino Hall

Spirits in the Gardens

This is a Halloween trick or treat event at Reiman Gardens. Alexander Toftness, a graduate assistant in the psychology department, will be presenting at this “Meet A Scientist” event.  He will present on human perception, particularly optical illusions and brain damage differences. Costs are $3 for ISU students and Reiman Gardens members and $5 for … Continue reading Spirits in the Gardens

Saturday, October 19, 4:00-7:00pm | Reiman Gardens

Causal Reasoning in Psychological Research

This workshop will  focus on causal inferences based on observational data, use of Directed Acyclic Graphs (DAGs, more casually known as Graphical Causal Models) to represent assumptions and hypotheses, and how to make decisions about statistical controls in research. It will be very applied and minimally philosophical. Dr. Zlatan Krizan present this workshop.

Monday, October 14, 2019, 3:10-5:00pm | Science Hall 277

Psychology in Everyday Life: Identity

Join the graduate students in psychology for a discussion about what identity is, how identity is connected with out own views/experiences in the world, and the impact these different experiences can have on an individual.

September 30, 2019, 7:00pm | Ames Public Library