Barney Beins co-presented an invited workshop with Professor Ted Bosack (Providence College) at the National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology. The workshop was "Test Making and Test Taking: How AP Psychology Can Contribute to the College Course."
Leigh Ann Vaughn, Associate Professor of Psychology, Kathryn Childs ('10), Claire Maschinski ('11), N. Paul Niño ('11), and Rachael Ellsworth ('11) have published an article titled, "Regulatory fit, processing fluency and narrative persuasion," in this month's issue of Social and Personality Psychology Compass.
On October 25, Purnell's new math teacher, Jennifer Parker learned that she was one of only fifteen first- or second-year teachers in the country to be chosen for the Texas Instruments/New Teacher Center Online Mentorship program. Despite the program's stated preference for...
Barney Beins presented two invited talks at the annual Northeastern Conference for Teachers of Psychology and another talk at the New England Psychological Association convention in Colchester, Vermont on October 8 and 9.
The invited talks were co-presented with colleagues Ken Keith from the University of San Diego, Regan Gurung from the University of Wisconsin--Green Bay, and Ted Bosack from Providence College.
Associate Professor Jeff Holmes and Professor Barney Beins participated in a symposium on scientific literacy among psychology students at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association in San Diego.