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The Cognitive and Affective Science Program of the department of psychology is pleased to announce the Psychology Colloquium Series.

The purpose of the Psychology Colloquium Series is to promote discourse and research at University of Oshkosh Wisconsin on various affective and cognitive approaches to the study of human nature. The series is open to all members of UW Oshkosh and to all interested visitors. All colloquiums will be held from 2:00 to 3:00pm in Clow 240.

NOTE: 2018 Spring semester schedule will be posted in early February

2017 Fall Semester Research Colloquiums

Date PresenterPresentation Title

Sept. 29th

Megan Patterson

Gender Differences in Conceptualization of Words

Sept.. 29th

Elle Moore

Assessing Young Men and Women's Implicit Biases toward Consensually Nonmonogamous Relationship Styles: An Application of the Implicit Association Test

Oct. 20th

James Barnes

Attribution Theory and Public Attitudes Towards Substance Abuse Rehabilitation

Oct. 20th

Sandra Michels

Can the SRP Predict Problem Solving Style: Insight Versus the Analytic Method

Oct. 27th

Trevor Henne

Bridging the DNP - PhD Divide in Nurse Education

Oct. 27th

Kyra Bowe

The Contribution of Expertise on Phonological and Musical Processing

Nov. 10th

Alexa Ebert

Predictors of Relational Comfort Among Community Members Interacting with Persons Having Dementia

Nov. 10th

Edrose Heiny

Attentional Localization of Objects or Visual Space: An ERP Investigation

For additional information, contact Dr. Quin Chrobak, department of psychology,, or (920) 424-2307. Check this site regularly for updates on presentations.

by schrod69 — last modified Nov 13, 2017 06:37 AM
2018 Spring Colloquium Series

2018 Spring semester colloquium schedule will be announced in early February

All Colloquiums take place in Clow 240 from 2:00 to 3:00

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