Megan Goldring received an APAGS Psychological Science Research Grant for her project entitled, "If your friends jump off a bridge, is it better to jump with them or alone? Morality, conformity, and blame." Goldring is a lab member of Professor Niall Bolger's lab; the grant is for a collaboration that she is doing with Professor Larisa Heiphetz's lab.
Join us on November 9th for the Psychology Department Fall Majors Forum. For details click here.
Prof. Higgins and Mark Conley are Featured in Columbia News in an article titled "Confronting the Venture Capital Bias Against Female Entrepreneurs."
Prof. Mariam Aly has started a group for post-docs and will serve as a "general purpose" advisor for post-docs across labs in the Psychology department.
Drew Altschul, Greg Jensen and Herbert Terrace had Perceptual category learning of photographic and painterly stimuli in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) and humans. published in PLOS ONE on Friday, September 29th.
The Ambady Award for Mentoring Excellence is a teaching and mentoring award that honors a personality or social psychologist who has demonstrated a career-long commitment to fostering the professional and intellectual development of students and early career researchers.
The Initiative is a partnership between the Center for Justice, lead by Professor Geraldine Downey, and the Heyman Center for the Humanities.
An article on gender and entrepreneurship that was recently accepted into the Academy of Management Journal is now featured in the Harvard Business Review.
Prof. Geraldine Downey is commitment to contributing to the criminal justice reform.
Join the Department of Psychology on May 2nd for a full day of MA talks.
At its 249th Commencement on Sunday, May 28, Brown University will confer honorary doctorates on six candidates who have achieved great distinction in a variety of fields, one of which is our very own Professor Donal C. Hood.