November 7, 2013: Dr. Mitch Prinstein, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Professor of Psychology, will present "Predicting Adolescent Suicidal Behavior."
February 6, 2014: Dr. George Bonanno, Columbia University
March 6, 2014: Dr. Michelle Craske, University of California, Los Angeles
Upcoming Brown Bag Lunches:
September 19, 2013: Dr. Isaac Lipkus, Duke University Medical Center, presented "Exploring Strategies that Inform Smokers of the Harms of Tobacco Use."
October 19, 2012: Dr. Mark McDaniel, Professor of Psychology at Washington University in St. Louis, presented "Improving Student Learning: Importing Basic Memory Principles into the Classroom."
March 29, 2012: Dr. Sheldon Solomon, Professor of Social Psychology at Skidmore College presented "Psychopathology as Terror Mismanagement."
Past Brown Bag Lunches:
October 7, 2013: Dr. Miri Scharf, Developmental Psychologist from Haifa University, Israel.
April 19, 2013: Dr. Andrew Geers, Professor of Psychology from the University of Toledo, presented "Improving treatment Outcomes: Using Social Psychology to Harness the Placebo Effect" for the Social and Health Brown Bag Lunch.
April 12, 2013: Dr Suparna Rajaram, Professor of Psychology and Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs & Personnel, College of Arts & Sciences at Stony Brook University, presented "Memory in a Social Context: Costs and Benefits of Shared Remembering" for the Cognitive Brown Bag Lunch.
February 15, 2013: Dr. Eva Lefkowitz, Associate Professor from Penn State University, presented "Sexual Health in the Transition to Adulthood" for the Social Health Brown Bag Lunch.
February 15, 2013: Dr. Bryan Jones, Assistant Professor from Kent State University Ashtabula Campus, presented "The Behavioral Economics of Altruism" for the Cognitive Brown Bag Lunch.
October 19, 2012: Dr. Julie Bugg, Professor of Psychology from Washington University in St. Louis, presented "Is Cognitive Control Out of Our Control?" for the Cognitive Brown Bag Lunch.
All colloquia start at 3:45pm in Kent Hall 102, unless otherwise noted.
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