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11.04.2017

Iowa State Featured in Journal of Counseling Psychology

Iowa State Psychology faculty, graduate students, and past graduate students are featured in this months issue of Journal of Counseling Psychology; a journal which publishes empirical research using quantitative...[more]


06.04.2017

Psychology Undergraduates to Present at National Conference

Three Psychology undergraduate students have been selected to present at a national conference.  Read more at http://www.news.iastate.edu/news/2017/04/05/ncurstudents[more]


20.12.2016

Psychology Department's IT Student Employee Helps Save Man's Life

Will Tangney, ISU junior in Computer Engineering and Psychology Department IT student employee, helped save a man's life at an ISU football game this fall.  See the article in the ISU Daily...[more]


15.07.2016

Dr. Lisa Larson Part of a Team Lending Expertise to NSF Project

Psychology Department Professor Lisa Larson is part of a 15-member team lending her expertise to a $2 million grant from the National Science Foundation.  Read more...[more]


20.05.2016

NPR Grit media coverage

Marcus Credé's paper, Much Ado about Grit: A Meta-Analytic Synthesis of the Grit Literature is making waves in the media. He was recently interviewed on Iowa NPR River to River about the impact of grit on...[more]


18.05.2016

Grit meta-analysis

A meta-analysis by Marcus Crede, Michael Tynan, and Peter D. Harms, soon to be published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, finds that the importance of grit as a predictor of academic success and life success...[more]


11.03.2016

Swanner study cited Harvard Business Review

Powerful People React More Unethically to Incentives "Incentives are a potent tool for shaping human behavior, but they’re famously tricky to get right. New research, published in Basic and Applied Social Psychology,...[more]


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