Posted Friday, April 29, 2011
The Research of Graduate Student Eric Hehman Featured in USA Today and UDaily
Posted Monday, March 14, 2011
Graduate Student Jordan Leitner Nominated as Finalist for Graduate Student Poster Award at 2011 EPA
Jordan Leitner, a graduate student in the Social Psychology Ph.D. program, was nominated as a finalist for the Graduate Student Poster Award at the 2011 Eastern Psychological Association Meeting in Boston, MA. Graduate students Eric Hehman and Lingling Wang, as well as faculty members Steven Most and James Jones contributed to the poster titled "Face-Induced Attentional Blink Predicted by Target Race and External Motivation of Perceiver".
Below is the abstract for the nominated poster:
Whites who are highly externally motivated (EM) to behave without prejudice tend to demonstrate more negative affective responses to Black, relative to White, faces. We found that these differences in face processing have implications for the conscious processing of stimuli that follow a target face. In a two-target rapid serial visual presentation paradigm, high-EM, compared to low-EM, participants demonstrated better target accuracy following a Black, relative to a White, target face. Our findings suggest that high-EM, compared to low-EM, individuals devote less attentional resources to Black faces.
Posted Tuesday, December 07, 2010
Graduate Student Charlotte Marshall Receives SPSP Travel Award
Graduate student Charlotte Marshall has received a $500 travel award to attend the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) conference that will be held in San Antonio, Texas from January 27th-29th, 2011. Her poster is entitled "The Moderating Role of TRIOS in the Emotional Regulation Abilities of Head Start Mothers."
Posted Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Graduate Student Eric Hehman Receives Edwin B. Newman Graduate Research Award
Eric Hehman, a fourth year Social Psychology graduate student, has received the Psi Chi/American Psychological Association's Edwin B. Newman Graduate Research Award for his work on facial recognition.
Please click here to read a great UDaily article on Eric and his research.
Posted Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Psychology and Jewish Studies Announce Study Abroad Program in Poland for the Summer of 2011