Each semester the Department of Psychology sponsors a lecture series. Nationally-prominent researchers present their work on a variety of topics. These presentations are open to the public and free of charge. They are held every Friday from 3:30-5:00 PM in 230 Minard Hall. If you would like to receive regular emails with colloquium announcements just let us know.
*Articles associated with the colloquium, provided by the speaker will be posted when available.
Rob Dvorak & Clayton Hilmert
Fall Series Introduction + A Primer for Building Your CV and Putting it on the Web
Jordynn Jack, Ph.D.
Robert Dvorak, Ph.D.
Fitting in and Standing: Changing Drinking Behaviors using Deviance Regulation Theory
J. David Creswell, Ph.D.
Mindfulness: Brain, Physiology, and Health Pathways
Social Perceptions and Changing Health Behavior
Kimberly Kirkpatrick, Ph.D.
Individual Differences in Impulsive and Risky Choice
Jon Elhai, Ph.D.
Assessment, Structure, and Mechanisms of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
Christopher Coe, Ph.D.
The Most Important 9 Months of Our Lives: Prenatal Origins of Resilience and Vulnerability
Erin Conwell, Ph.D.
Learning Words with Multiple Meanings
Robert Shapley, Ph.D.
Lindsay Hines, Ph.D.
Daniel Ewert, Ph.D.
No Colloquium - Thanksgiving Holiday
Jeffrey Johnson, Ph.D.
A computational neurostimulation approach to understanding causal network interactions during working memory