Dr. Bill Lammers and three former undergraduate students in his Research Methods Lab course (Sarah Davis, Olivia Davidson, Kellie Hogue) published “Impact of Positive, Negative, and No Personality Descriptors on the Attractiveness Halo Effect” in the Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research.
News & Events Blog
(Advisor: Paul R. Nail)
Cory Cobb, a Counseling Psychology doctoral student, has been named 1 of the 8 national awardees for the Psi Chi 2015-2016 Graduate Fellowship. This award includes $3,000.00 to support his graduate education.
Nail, P. R., & Sznajd-Weron, K. (2015, November 5). The diamond model of social response within an agent-based approach. Paper presented at the 8th Polish Symposium on Econo- and Sociophysics, Rzeszow, Poland.
Heather Martens (Faculty). “Solutions for Burnout”
John Murphy (Faculty) and Dierdre Henley (School Psychology PhD Student). “Practical Strategies for Building Hope with Students, Teachers, and Parents”
John Murphy (Faculty), K. Minke “Doing What Works: Solution-Focused Practice for School Psychologists”
Counseling Psychology doctoral student, Kendra Anderson, has been awarded the Diversity Research Award from the American Psychological Association Division 41 (Psychology and Law) for her dissertation research, “African American Male Inmates and Racial and Ethic Identity: Risk and Protective Factors.” This is a nationally competitive award and includes $1,000 to fund her study.
Dr. Femina Varghese is her Dissertation Chairperson.
Congrats Kendra and Dr. Varghese!
Watson, M., Simon, J., & Nunnley, L. (2016). SLD identification: A survey of methods used by school psychologists. Learning Disabilities: A Multi-disciplinary Journal, 21(1), 57-67.
Cory Cobb, a Counseling Psychology Doctoral Student, was selected as a recipient of the 2015 Mamie Phipps Clark grant from Psi Chi, the International Honor Society of Psychology, for his project titled, “Acculturation, Collective Self-esteem, and Well-being among Undocumented Hispanic Immigrants in the U.S.” The award is for $1,500. This grant is specifically for projects that address minority issues.
Dr. Charlton( mentor) and student Kelli Wierzbicki have been awarded a SURF grant for their project titled: “Get to Work! Encouraging Academic Engagement in Undergraduates”.