Fall 2018

The Psychology Department’s Colloquium Series features research psychologists presenting recent discoveries. The presentations are held on Fridays 3-4 pm in Davis 301, unless otherwise noted. Presentations last about 50 minutes with time for questions at the end. All are welcome to attend.

September 14

Randy Engle–Georgia Institute of Technology
Mechanisms Underlying Working Memory Capacity and Fluid Intelligence

September 28

Eranda Jayawikreme–Wake Forest University
Does Adversity Have An Upside? Examining Positive Personality Challenge Following Adversity

October 5

Veronica Romero’11–College of Holy Cross
Understanding Autism from an Embodied and Embedded perspective

October 19

Michael Ent–Towson University
Actor-Subject Asymmetries in Transgressions and Helping Behavior

November 2

Michelle Lani Shiota–Arizona State University
Why We Need Awe: Functional Analysis of a “Luxury” Emotion                              This talk will be in Lovejoy 100

November 9

Marie Hayes–University of Maine, Orono
Sleep as an Early Biobehavioral Marker of Alzheimer’s Disease

December 7

Department Poster Session