9/29/2023 - 4:00pm - KU Quantitative Methods Reading Group - Advances in Differences-in-Differences Methods - Kansas Union, Alderson Auditorium. To receive information on future KU Quantitative Methods Reading Group Events please CLICK HERE
9/28/2023 - 4:00pm Kansas Center for Autism Research and Training (KCART) - Stephanie Stancil, PhD, APRN, Clinician Scientist Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine - Applying Precision Therapeutics to Adolescent Mental Health - This event is VIRTUAL ONLY, please join us on ZOOM (Passcode: 142498)
10/6/2023 - Dr. Liane Gabora, Professor (University of British Columbia) - Toward a Formal Framework for Creative Cultural Evolution - ZOOM (Passcode: 450953) *This event is VIRTUAL ONLY*
10/20/2023 - Doug Bornemann - Grant Proposals - Fraser Rm 537 & ZOOM (Passcode: 835924)
11/3/2023 - TBD - TBD - TBD
11/17/2023 - Takakuni Suzuki - Research - ZOOM (Passcode: 693009)
12/1/2023 - BBQ Students - Updates - Fraser Rm 537 & ZOOM (Passcode: 693117)
10/13/2023 - Diversity Committee/Invited Speaker Matthew Kane - Author of the book Walk with Me. Received APA award for outstanding research in the men and masculinities division. Walk me tells stories black men's resilience face twin pandemics - Fraser Rm 547
10/27/2023 - First Year Project Presentations - First Year Project Presentations (Valerie, Yumiko) - Fraser Rm 547
11/10/2023 - First Year Project Presentations - First Year Project Presentations (Matt, Kassy, Rebecca) - Fraser Rm 547
12/8/2023 - STOP DAY - Potluck & Skits - Fraser Rm 547
SOCIAL (11:45AM) Fraser Room 547 & ZOOM (Password: 884251)
9/29/2023 - Young Ju Ryu - Intellectual Humility and Receptivity to Failure
10/6/2023 - Jim Coan (Virginia University) Why We Hold Hands: The Fundamentals of Social Baseline Theory
10/13/2023 - Dr. Matt Kane - TBD
10/20/2023 - Kylie Hershey - Employee-level outcomes of female representation in top management.
10/27/2023 - David P. Schmitt - Why Do Psychological Gender/Sex Differences Vary in Size across Cultures? On the Need for Theoretical Pluralism.
11/3/2023 - Julian Rucker - TBD
*All times are Central Standard Times (CST)
8/25/2023 - Jeffrey Girard - Introductions - Fraser Rm 537 & ZOOM (Passcode: 458893)
9/1/2023 - Dr. Melisa Rempfer - Meet the New DCT - Fraser Rm 537
9/8/2023 - Hong Vu (KU-School of Journalism and Mass Communication): Climate change and the media - Climate change and the media: What can we do to better communicate environmental challenges - Fraser Rm 547 - ZOOM
9/8/2023 - Jeffrey Girard - BBQ Training Contract - Fraser Rm 537 & ZOOM (Passcode: 613294)
9/12/2023 - Nu Rho Psi - Public Speaker of the Month - Jennifer Reed, FNP-BC PMHNP-BC presents Pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics: using genetics to improve psychiatric diagnosis and treatment, the greatest development in medicine in 50 years
9/15/2023 - Dr. Nancy Hamilton - Dreams are important...Freud wasn't wrong about everything- Fraser Rm 547
9/15/2023 - Betsy Levy Paluck (Princeton University) - The Social and Psychological Effects of Publicly Violating a Social Norm: A Field Experiment in the Satmar Jewish Community
9/22/2023 - Jeffrey Girard - Research Software - Fraser Rm 537 & Zoom
9/22/2023 - Diversity Committee sponsored Instructor Workshop - 2:00-3:30 Fraser Hall Room 327 - *Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.*
9/22/2023 - Susan Fiske (Princeton University): Psychology of Systemic Racism
1/27/23 - 11:45AM Social Psychology prosem & Will Duncan present Kansas Data Science Consortium (KDSC): Enhancing the Data Science Capacity of the State of Kansas in Fraser Hall room 547. Virtual viewing available via ZOOM (Meeting ID: 925 9696 4469 Passcode: 123456)
2/3/23 - 11:45AM Social Psyshology prosem & Cydney Dupree, PhD present Crossing Status Divides: Stereotypes, Strategies, and Solutions. Please join us virtually via ZOOM (Meeting ID: 925 9696 4469 Passcode: 123456)
2/3/23 - 1:00PM Clinical Psychology prosem & Kelly Wilson, PhD present Attempting a Science of What Matters Most. Please join us virtually via ZOOM (Meeting ID: 956 8599 9962 Passcode: 816741)
2/6/2023 - 4:30PM - Nu Rho Psi Meeting - This will be an introductory meeting with some important administrative announcements. Please join us in Fraser Hall room 537.
2/10/23 - 11:45AM - Social Psychology prosem with Dr. Chris Crandall - Please join us in Fraser Hall room 547
2/10/23 - 1:00PM - Brain, Behavior, and Quantitative Science Prosem - Please join us in Fraser Hall room 547
2/17/23 - 1:00PM - Clinical Psychology Prosem - Hot Topics in Clinical Practice with Dr. Alex Williams & Dr. Sarah Kirk - Please join us in Fraser Hall room 547
2/20/23 - 11:00AM - THE KU CCPP DIVERSITY & EQUITY COMMITTEE PRESENTS Dr. Anne DePrince and RECOGNIZING INTERCONNECTED PROBLEMS AFTER INTIMATE VIOLENCE: Implications for Multidisciplinary Responses and Social Change - Please join us at the KU Burge Union Forum B **Registration is Required** For More Info...
2/24/23 - 1:00PM - Brain, Behavior, and Quantitative Science Prosem - Please join us virtually via ZOOM
2/27/2023 - 10:00AM - Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion meeting - Fraser Hall room 341
2/27/2023 - 4:30PM - Nu Rho Psi meeting - Please join us in Fraser Hall room 537
3/3/2023 - 1:00PM - Clinical Psychology Prosem - In Praise of the Bio-Psycho-Social Model with Dr. Allen Frances - Please join us virtually via ZOOM
3/3/2023 - 1:00PM - Social Psychology Prosem - The Psychology of Conspiracy Theories with Dr. Karen Douglas - Please join us virtually via ZOOM
3/10/2023 - 1:00PM - Brain, Behavior, and Quantitative Science Prosem - Doug Bornemann will be presenting - Please join us virtually via Zoom
3/10/2023 - 11:45AM - Social Psychology Prosem - Ekin Birdir, M.A. - Please join us in Fraser Hall room 547
3/20/2023 - 4:30PM - Nu Rho Psi Meeting - Fraser Hall room 537
3/24/2023 - 11:45AM - Social Psychology Prosem - Syed Muhammad Omar will be presenting - Please join us in Fraser Hall room 547
3/24/2023 - 1:00PM - Brain, Behavior, and Quantitative Science Prosem - Michel Regenwetter will be presenting - Please join us in Fraser Hall room 547
3/31/2023 - 1:00PM - Clinical Psychology Program Prosem
3/31/2023 - 11:45AM - Social Psychology Program Prosem - Francesca Righetti, PhD, Associate Professor, VU Amsterdam - Join us over ZOOM
4/7/2023 - 11:45AM - Social Psychology Program Prosem - Thomas Talhelm, PhD.,-The University of Chicago - Fraser Hall Room 547 or join us via ZOOM.
4/7/2023 - 1:00PM - Brain, Behavior, & Quantitative Science Program Prosem
4/7/2023 - 4:00PM - Close Relationships Interest Group - Fraser Hall Room 547
4/14/2023 - 11:45AM - Social Psychology Program Prosem - Syed Muhammad Omar - Fraser Hall Room 547
4/21/2023 - 1:00PM - Brain, Behavior, & Quantitative Science Program Prosem
4/21/2023 - 11:45AM - Social Psychology Program Prosem - Emily Watkins & Sam Arnold - Fraser Hall Room 547 or Virtually via ZOOM
4/28/2023 - 1:00PM - Clinical Psychology Program Prosem - Kristy Allen, PhD – new faculty in Clinical Child Psychology Program
4/28/2023 - 11:45AM - Social Psychology Program Prosem - Dr. Demis Glasford (University of Wisconsin–Madison) - Pleaese join us virtually via ZOOM
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RESEARCH SHOWS EFFECTS OF 'HYPER-PALATABLE' FOODS ACROSS FOUR DIETS
There is a reason "once you pop you can't stop". Recent research from the University of Kansas and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) may provide explanations as to why it is difficult to stop eating foods that we feel are so gratifying, but may not be the healthiest. While hyper-palatable foods may be the perfect storm of component combinations, they definitely "play a role in the food choices that people make and in their weight". So what does this mean for your food intake considerations?
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GRANT TO EXPAND RESEARCH THAT SUPPORTS KANSANS WITH DISABILITIES AND THEIR FAMILIES
Congratulations to the Kansas University Center on Developmental Disabilities (KUCDD) on receiving a five-year, $2.9 million grant from the Administration for Community Living, Office of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. The KUCDD focuses on fostering and building an inclusive community for individuals living with developmental disabilities using research, education, and community service opportunities. They aim to "improving outcomes for Kansans with intellectual and developmental disabilities, or IDD, and identify the most pressing needs in the disability community."
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STUDY SUGGESTS COVID FACE MASKS DON'T IMPAIR MOST SOCIAL INTERACTION
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