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 3:00-4:30 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. Dr. Linda Langley and Dr. Verlin Hinsz will be facilitating colloquium this semester.
|9/2/16||Project Nostalgia: Past, Present, Future|
|9/9/16||Jared Ladbury, Ph.D.|
|Gateways-ND: Changing Faculty Practices in the Classroom|
|9/16/16||Steve Fiore, Ph.D.|
University of Central Florida
|Collaborative Problem Solving for a Complex World|
University of Manitoba
|Thinking Big about Talking to Tiny People: Using large-scale data to learn about infants' experiences with infant-directed speech|
|Teaching As a Graduate Student: An Opportunity for Fellowship|
Larry Williams, Ph.D.
|CFA Models for Common Method Variance|
|10/14/16||Katie Gordon, Ph.D.|
|The Psychology of Suicide|
|Research Opportunities in Industry|
|10/28/16||Ashley Bangert, Ph.D.|
University of Texas El Paso
|Entraining attention in Stroop tasks: Does expectation reduce interference?|
Lindsey Lekker, Ph.D.
|Contextual Factors Related to Student Success in STEM Education: A Mixed Methods Study on Stereotype Threat|
Rob Gordon, Ph.D. & Tom Carlson
Neuropsychiatric Research Institute