Congratulations to our recent PhDs, Dr. Talea Cornelius, who has begun a post-doctoral position at Columbia University Medical Center (her page) and Dr. Brad Weisz, who has become an Assistant Professor at California State University at Long Beach (his page). We are very proud of your successes and we miss you both.
see Tom Bartlett in the Chronicle of Higher
Congratulations, Colin and Tess! Congratulations are due Colin Wayne Leach and Tessa V. West, who have been appointed to four-year terms as co-Editors of Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (PSPB), the Society for Personality and Social Psychology’s flagship empirical journal. They will join Christian Crandall and Michael D. Robinson as co-editors. They will begin processing manuscripts January 1, 2017, […]
Four of our current PhD students will be presenting their research at the upcoming SPSP conference in Jan. 2017 in San Antonio: Elif Ikizer, Gabriel Camacho, Brad Weisz, and Gloriana Rodriguez-Arauz. In addition, SPSP granted diversity travel awards to Gabriel Camacho and Brad Weisz.
Recognizing their national and international scholarly achievements, both Dr. Kerry L. Marsh and Dr. Diane M. Quinn were promoted from associate to full professors on Friday, April 29, 2015. Well deserved congratulations!
In recognition of his excellence in research, teaching, service, public engagement, and outreach, on March 25, 2015, Blair T. Johnson was conferred the highest honor the University of Connecticut grants to faculty members: Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor. Dr. Johnson’s work on meta-analytic techniques, and his use of them to what spreads HIV and what […]
PhD student Christopher Burrows and Prof. Hart Blanton have won Top Honors for the following paper they will present at the 2015 International Health Communications Association conference: “Real-World Persuasion from Virtual-World Health Campaigns: Initial Tests using Entertainment Videogames to Lower DUI Willingness.” Congratulations!
The journal Nature has named the article that Reuben M. Baron and David A. Kenny published in 1986 in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology one of the top 100 most-cited research publications of all time, entering the list at number 33. The publications on the top 100 list were published between 1925 and […]
Graduate student Jennie Pellowski received the Graduate Student Research Award from APA’s Div. 38 (Health Psychology) to help fund her dissertation on increasing treatment adherence for people living with HIV who have limited health literacy.
Graduate student Nadya Soto received an honorable mention in the competition for the Ford Foundation graduate fellowship.