Past Events

Past Events



April 24, 2014

- Ronald E. Riggio (Claremont McKenna College): “Transformational Leadership”


February 28, 2014

- Andrea L. Meltzer (Department of Psychology, Southern Methodist University): “Healthy Living and Healthy Loving: The Bi-directional Association between Weight and Relational Functioning”


February 7, 2014

- David M. Buss (Department of Psychology, University of Texas-Austin): “Strategies of Human Mating” 


November 18, 2013

- Nancy E. Adler (University of California, San Francisco): "Psychology and Medicine: Translational Research on Stress, Behavior and Disease" co-sponsored with Provost’s Office


November 8, 2013

- Daniel Krawczyk (School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, University of Texas at Dallas): “Social Cognition and Neuroscience”


October 4, 2013

- Craig Nagoshi (Psychology and Social Work, UTA): “Trans-Identity Theory: What Happens When you Study Transgender Identity”


May 5, 2013

-Sarah Hill (Texas Christian University) “The Impact of Resource Scarcity on Decision-making: Categorization, Consumption, and Beyond.”


February 22, 2013  

-Marion K. Underwood (School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, University of Texas at Dallas): “Social Aggression, Gender, and Digital Communication”


December 12, 2012  

-Miguel Quinones (Cox School of Business, Southern Methodist University): “Born to Network? A Longitudinal Examination of Social Capital Development among MBA Students”


February 24, 2012  

-Francesca Filbey (Center for Brain Health, University of Texas at Dallas): “Underlying Brain Mechanisms of Addictive Behaviors”


November 11, 2011  

-John Ruiz (Department of Psychology, University of North Texas): “The Hispanic Mortality Paradox: One plus One Equals Three?”


November 5, 2010

-Lisa M. Monteggia (UT Southwestern Medical School): “Epigenetic Mechanisms Regulating Synapse Function and Behavior”


September 24, 2010

-Denise Park (Center for Vital Longevity, University of Texas at Dallas): “The Aging Mind: A Neuroimaging View”


April 30, 2010

-Sarah E. Hill (Department of Psychology, Texas Christian University): “Courtship, Competition, and Social Cognition: An Evolutionary Approach to Human Decision Making”


February 26, 2010

-Austin Baldwin (Department of Psychology, Southern Methodist University): “Perceived Satisfaction with Changes in Health Behaviors: Where Does it Come From and Why Does it Matter?”


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