Department of Psychology faculty seminars typically include three themed monthly seminars as well as colloquia. SWell corresponds to seminars that focus on well-being, SiSR corresponds to seminars that focus on self-regulation, SAM corresponds to seminars that focus on analysis and measurement, and colloquia are department-wide talks.
Seminars will feature a mixture of talks, workshops, and other informal conversations. The talks may be either remote (via Zoom) or a hybrid of both remote and in-person. The links for the remote talks will be sent out close to the date of the talk by the faculty in charge of that seminar.
To be included on the listserv to learn about upcoming seminars, contact Dr. Christian Waugh (email@example.com).
3/15: SWell (remote): Aaron King from Cornell University will give a talk on “Identity Disclosures: Transactions for Social and Emotional Traction”.
3/22: Colloquium (in-person): Andrea Hussong from UNC will give a talk on “Family Journeys through Substance Use and Addiction: Next Steps.”
3/29: SiSR (hybrid): Mike Furr will talk about his new work on “Patience”.
3/31 (1pm): Special Guest Lecture in Psy 364: Stereotyping and Prejudice that’s open to other attendees (Hybrid): Hillary K. Hecht, UNC-Chapel Hill will give a talk on “Weight Stigma, Desirability Politics, & Institutional Discrimination”
4/5: SWell (Hybrid): John Salsman from WFU School of Medicine will give a talk on “Positive interventions in medicine”
4/12: SAM (Hybrid): Conor Lacey will give a talk on “Bayesian Approaches to Quantifying the Practical Impact of Measurement Non-invariance”
4/26: SAM (Hybrid): Shannon Jacoby from Ohio State University will give a talk on “Contrasts and Linearity”