Dr. Dan McAdams will be visiting the ISU Department of Psychology on November 17 as a GSSP Invited Speaker. His talk is entitled, “Authoring a Life: Narrative Identity, Redemption, and the Strange Case of Donald J. Trump”. The talk will be in E0164 Lagomarcino at 12:10 pm.
“What is the Recipe for a a Good Lineup” Dr. Ryan Fitzgerald University of Portsmouth Portsmouth, England Dr. Fitzgerald’s talk is part of the Psychology/Law visiting speaker series in the Psychology Department. The Psychology/Law visitor series is funded by the Wendy and Mark Stavish Chair in the Social Sciences. When: Friday September 15 at 4:10pm Where: East … Continue reading Psychology Colloquium – Dr. Ryan Fitzgerald
The APS James McKeen Cattell Fellow Award recognizes APS Members for a lifetime of outstanding contributions to the area of applied psychological research. Recipients research addresses a critical problem in society at large. Honorees are recognized annually at the APS Convention. Cattell, an experimental psychologist, developed research techniques that allow for the study of groups of people … Continue reading Gary Wells Recipient of Lifetime Achievement Award
Please plan to attend the Campbell/Borgen Seminar on March 30 at 4:00 in Kildee 0108. The Campbell/Borgen Graduate International Travel Award winners will present a short talk on their experiences with time for questions afterwards. Refreshments will be served. Those presenting include Stacy Ko (Research Trip to South Korea in the summer of 2016), Rachel … Continue reading Campbell/Borgen Seminar
David Funder-University of CA-Riverside Iowa State University and the Department of Psychology presents the Gordon W. Allport Speaker Series guest speaker, David Funder. Dr. Funder will speak on “Accuracy in Personality Judgment: A (Very) Long View” on Friday, February 17th at noon in W162 Lagomarcino.
Emotions, Statistics, and Research Training: 20 Years of Applying What I Learned Professor Jeffrey Kahn, from Illinois State University, will speak Thursday, October 27th at 4:00 pm in W139 Lagomarcino Hall. Dr. Kahn graduated from ISU in 1997 with a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology. He is an ISU Department of Psychology Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient.
Laypeople’s Beliefs About Eyewitness Memory: Survey and Jury Simulation Data Professor Brian Bornstein, Professor of Psychology and Director of the Law and Psychology Program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, will present a talk on Friday, April 15th at 3:10 pm in 0003 Physics Hall. This talk will address why it is important for those working … Continue reading Psychology Colloquium
The Waiting is the Hardest Part Dr. Kate Sweeny, University of California-Riverside, will present “The Waiting is the Hardest Part: Unpacking the Experience of Awaiting Uncertain News” on Friday, March 4th at 4:10 pm in W139 Lagomarcino Hall. There will be a reception with refreshments to follow.