Craig Anderson, Distinguished Professor of Psychology, received Butler University’s Robert Todd Duncan Alumni Achievement Award. This award is granted to Butler University graduates or former students whose outstanding personal and/or professional accomplishment brings honor and distinction to the University, and individual attainment and/or contributions for the betterment of society. The Robert Todd Duncan Alumni Achievement … Continue reading Dr. Craig Anderson receives Robert Todd Duncan Alumni Achievement Award
Are you multilingual? Maybe you should be! Dr. John Grundy co-authored “Does Bilingualism Protect Against Dementia? A Meta-analysis” in the Psychonomic Bulletin and Review. Check it out👉 https://news.las.iastate.edu/2021/01/28/study-shows-learning-a-second-language-thwarts-onset-of-dementia/
Three graduate students in the department received LAS teaching and research awards. Vanessa Castillo and Lucia Cherup received Teaching Excellence Awards. Min Joo Joo received a Research Excellence Award. Well done! You can read the full awards list at this link.
The ISU Foundation has established a special emergency relief fund to add to the resources available in the colleges. The fund will serve as an emergency relief fund, supporting students, faculty, staff, and programs that are adversely affected by unforeseen circumstances—certainly including the crisis we are experiencing now with the COVID-19 pandemic. Please see more … Continue reading Emergency Relief Fund –#CycloneStrong
Title: Do Cannabinoids have a Therapeutic Role in Medicine? Evidence from Preclinical Models of Pain and Addiction. Dr. Sufka is a professor of psychology and pharmacology at the University of Mississippi. He is also a former graduate of Iowa State University where he completed undergraduate and doctoral degrees in psychology. Dr. Sufka’s colloquium will discuss … Continue reading Psychology Department hosts Dr. Ken Sufka
December 2, 2019, 4:10pm | Lagomarcino Hall W282 (2485)
Join the discussion of Identity. Graduate students in psychology have created an outreach panel called Psychology in Everyday Life. The goal is to have discussions about psychological topics and mental health support in the community. On Monday, September 30th the graduate students will discuss the topic of “Identity”. This discussion will be held at the … Continue reading Identity: Psychology in Everyday Life
September 30, 2019, 7:00-8:00pm | Ames Public Library