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Colloquium Series

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. Jeff Johnson and Dr. Clay Routledge will be facilitating colloquium this semester.

Spring 2020 Schedule
1/17/20Introduction to Colloquium Series
and Syllabus Review
1/24/20Stephanie Hooker, Ph.D.
Health Partners Institute
“Living like you mean it: Does meaning matter for health?”.PDF

Clay Routledge, Ph.D.

"Is Nostalgia Really about the Past?"
2/7/20Mike Mead, Taylor FioRito, & Clay Routledge

 Open Science Presentation

2/14/20Dwight Peterson, Ph.D.
Concordia College
"The role of perceptual grouping cues in visual working memory binding".PDF
2/21/20Clayton Hilmert, Ph.D.
“Prenatal traumatic stress and biopsychosocial development: A 9-year follow up to the Red River flood pregnancy study”
2/28/20Stephen Christman, Ph.D.
University of Toledo

 "On the other hand: Inconsistent-handedness is associated with increased cognitive flexibility"

3/6/20Gail Williams-Kerver, Ph.D.
Sanford Center for Biobehavioral Research
"Understanding Disordered Eating in the Context of Bariatric Surgery"
3/13/20Vanessa Simmering & Carissa Shafto
ACT, Inc. & Brightfield
"Applying Academic Skills in Non-Academic Careers"
3/20/20No Colloquium
Spring Break
3/27/20Nicole Barbaro, Ph.D.
WGU Labs
"From Psychology PhD to EdTech Research Scientist: My Transition Out of the (Formal) Ivory Tower"
4/3/20Kimberly Thomas-Pollei
Boston Scientific
4/10/20No Colloquium

Red River Conference
Keynote Speaker:
Stephen Quintana, Ph.D.

Abstract Submission
Lunch Registration
4/24/20Carly Leonard, Ph.D.


5/1/20Student Presentations
5/8/20Student Presentations
 Past Colloquia


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Department of Psychology
North Dakota State University
Phone: +1 (701) 231-8622
Campus address: Minard Hall 232 
Mailing address: NDSU Dept. 2765 / PO Box 6050 / Fargo, ND 58108-6050

Department Chair: Mark Nawrot, Ph.D.
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