Kristi Costabile, associate professor in psychology, and Stephanie Madon, professor in psychology, were recently awarded a $30,000 Increasing Open Inquiry on College Campuses Research Grant by Heterodox Academy for their project Harnessing the Power of Narrative to Improve Perspective-taking and Empathy. This highly selective grant program funded five intervention studies for the coming academic year. … Continue reading Kristi Costabile and Stephanie Madon Receive Research Grant from Heterodox Academy
Congratulations to Dr. Jason Chan (PI) for receiving a National Science Foundation grant ($642,010) for his research titled “Improving Online Learning with Interpolated Retrieval”. This grant is in collaboration with Dr. Karl Szpunar (Co-PI) at Ryerson University, Canada. Project Summary: Online learning represents a rapidly growing feature of post-secondary education. According to a recent report from the National … Continue reading Dr. Jason Chan receives a National Science grant
Congratulations to Drs. Max Guyll (PI) and Stephanie Madon (Co-PI) for receiving a National Science Foundation grant ($349,999) for their research titled “Assessing the Validity of Forensic Decisions Using Interrater Reliability”. Project Summary: Invalid or improper forensic analysis is a leading cause of wrongful conviction in the United States. Recognizing the seriousness of the problem, … Continue reading Drs. Max Guyll and Stephanie Madon receive a National Science Foundation Grant
Congratulations to Drs. Andrew Smith (PI) and Gary Wells (Co-PI) for receiving a National Science Foundation grant ($388,877) for their research titled “Video-Recordings of Eyewitness Identification in Actual Cases: The Postdictive Value of Eyewitness Behaviors”. Project Summary: Over the next three years the Santa Clara District Attorney’s Office will send Drs. Smith and Wells videos … Continue reading Drs. Andrew Smith and Gary Wells receive a National Science Foundation grant.
Congratulations to Dr. Jonathan Kelly (PI) for receiving a National Science Foundation grant ($499,722) for his research titled “A Spatial Cognitive Framework For Personalizing Locomotion in Virtual Environments”. Project Summary: The most natural way to explore a virtual environment is to walk, but physical walking is often not possible due to technological limitations and space … Continue reading Dr. Jonathan Kelly receives a National Science Foundation grant.
Congratulations to Dr. David Vogel (PI) for receiving a grant from the Department of Defense ($149,986) for his project titled “Establishing Measurement Equivalence of Military Suicide Research”. Project Summary: This project examine the psychometric properties of the suicide and related risk factor measures included in the Military Suicide Research Consortium (MSRC) database in order to … Continue reading Dr. David Vogel receives Department of Defense grant.
Congratulations to Drs. Zlatan Krizan (PI) and Chris Meissner (Co-PI) for receiving a FBI grant ($554,000) for their research titled “Sleep and Interrogation: Improving Collector Vigilance and Information Diagnosticity”. Project Summary: This project examines whether commonly experienced sleep-loss influences emotionality and disclosure about illegal behavior, and how sleep-wake processes impact investigative interviewing among professional investigators. … Continue reading Drs. Zlatan Krizan and Chris Meissner receive Federal Bureau of Investigation grant.