Social psychology graduate student, Kristen Slapinski, wins the Association for Psychological Science grant competition. Congratulations to Kristen Slapinski, social psychology graduate student working with Max Guyll and Stephanie Madon, for receiving a grant from APS ($500). Her project will provide the first empirical test of the hypothesis that contextual information related to a crime (e.g., … Continue reading Congratulations! Research grant awarded to Kristin Slapinski
Social psychology graduate student, Kristen Slapinski, receives the Diversity Research Award from the American Psychology-Law Society. Congratulations to Kristen Slapinski, social psychology graduate student working with Max Guyll and Stephanie Madon, for receiving a grant from AP-LS ($1,000) to examine why members of socially stigmatized groups are over‑represented among individuals who have been wrongfully convicted. … Continue reading Congratulations! Research Grant Awarded to Kristen Slapinski
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Dr. Kayla Burd, receives the Small Research Grant from the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Congratulations to Dr. Kayla Burd, post-doctoral fellow with Stephanie Madon and Max Guyll, for receiving a grant from SPSP ($1,500) to fund her research on racial and ethnic bias within juries.
Dr. Craig Anderson and his graduate student Andreas Miles-Novelo published an article in Current Climate Change Report in which they showed that climate change increases the likelihood of violence. More information about their research can be found here.
Congratulations to Distinguished Professor Craig Anderson for receiving the 2018 SPSP Distinguished Scholar Award. Dr. Anderson was recognized for receipt of this award at an awards ceremony at the SPSP conference in Portland, February 7-9, 2019.
Dr. Brooke Arterberry published an article in Drug and Alcohol Dependence showing that higher than average potency cannabis at first use increases the risk for the first symptom of cannabis use disorder within a year of use. More information about her research can be found here.
Dr. Zlatan Krizan published an article in Journal of Experimental Psychology: General in which he showed that sleep-restricted individuals show a trend toward increased anger and distress, essentially reversing their ability to adapt to frustrating conditions over time here.
Dr. Doug Gentile published an article in Psychology of Popular Media Culture in which he discusses how playing video games to cope with anxiety may increase people’s risk for video gaming addiction. More information about Dr. Gentile’s research can be found here.