Autonomic Nervous System Dynamics and Primate Vocal Production
Shared and Selective Neural Processes Across the Visual and Auditory Language Modalities
Conventional Wisdom in Pattern Similarity Analyses
Cycle of Violence: Perpetrating Violence and Identification with Violent Groups
Astrocytes regulate cognitive flexibility and neuronal oscillations by releasing S100b.
Attention All Psychology and Neuroscience Majors:
Are you interested in applying to a Clinical/Counseling Psychology graduate program? If so, please join Dr. Megan Spokas for an informal information session on how to prepare a competitive application. Discussion will mostly focus on applications to Ph.D./Psy.D. programs, including typical timeline and requirements, as well as preparing your CV and personal statement. See the attached flyer for more information.
The Department of Psychology Sophomore Open House is an opportunity for current Sophomores to visit the Department and learn about our program and requirements. Interested Sophomores will also have the opportunity to interact with some of our faculty and current concentrators, and find out what it's like to be an undergraduate concentrator in the Department of Psychology. Lunch will be served and we hope to see you there!
Felicia Zhang - The Role of Working Memory Capacity During Contexts of Stereotype Threat
Tasha Holden - Examining the Online Mechanisms of Visual Statistical Learning Using Pupillometry
Interested in a career in the mental health field? Megan Spokas, PhD, will be running an information session on graduate programs for undergraduates. Open to all interested students - Lunch will be served!
Nathan Cheek — Perceiving the Pain of the Rich and Poor
Lauren Feldman — Group Identity and the Persuasive Use of Moral Framing