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Psychology

Past Colloquia

Spring 2019

February – Department of Psychology Faculty Research Symposium

March – Kathi Miner

April – Jose Contreras Vidal

Fall 2018

9/21 - Hunter Ball “Individual Differences in Prospective Remembering"

10/12 - Marcus Butts "These are the Days of Our Lives: Understanding Employee Episodic Experiences at the Work-Life Interface."

11/16 - Sarah Hill "Why the Immune System Matters for Psychology (Even If You Don’t Study Health)."

 

 

9/29/2017 - Sir Cary Cooper (The University of Manchester, England): “From Stress to Wellbeing in the Workplace.”

TBA - Stephan Motowidlo (Department of Psychology, Rice University)

4/1/2016 - N. Bradley Keele (Departments of Psychology & Neuroscience, Baylor University)

3/4/2016 - Chandramallika Basak (School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, the University of Texas at Dallas)

2/19/2016 - Craig Neumann (University of North Texas)

10/23/2015 - Jerry Jellison (University of Southern California): "Making Change Happen: Overcoming Resistance"

9/25/2015 - A. Burcu Bayram (Department of Political Science, the University of Texas at Arlington): “Due Deference: Cosmopolitan Social Identity and the Psychology of International Legal Obligation”

9/11/2015 - William Swann (Department of Psychology, the University of Texas at Austin): “What Makes a Group Worth Dying For?”

4/24/2015 - Rosanna Guadagno (Emerging Media and Communication and School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, the University of Texas at Dallas): “Why We Click: An Examination of Social Influence Processes Online”

4/3/2015 - Margaret Owen (School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, the University of Texas at Dallas): “Beyond the 30 Million Word Gap: The Contribution of Early Communication Quality for Low-Income Children’s Language Success”

3/27/2015 - Daniel J. Taylor (Department of Psychology, University of North Texas): “Epidemiology and Treatment of Co-Morbid Insomnia”

2/27/2015 - Carlos A. Bolanos (Florida State University): “Neurobiological Sequelae of Witnessing Stressful Events Early in Life”

2/20/2015 - Kristen M. Kennedy (School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, the University of Texas at Dallas): “Aging, Cognition, and the Brain: Structural and Functional Associations”

11/07/2014 - Christa McIntyre Rodriguez (School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, the University of Texas at Dallas): “Emotional Modulation of the Synapse”