Dr. Krizan Paper cited in Psychology Today

Psychology Today article Is Narcissistic Rage Real? cites Dr. Krizan and Omesh Johar's paper Narcissistic Rage Revisited published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. They point out the two sub-types of...[more]


Dept. Grad featured in APA publication.

This months issue of American Psychological Association publication gradPSYCH features a profile of Iowa State University's Psychology student Jeritt Tucker. You can read about his work with other...[more]


Former Graduate Student in the Washington Post

Former Iowa State Psychology graduate student Kam Leung Yeung writes for the Washington Post related to her dissertation. Read more about how people are tipping more than ever because of technology. -link[more]


Jason Chan on NPR

Professor Jason Chan discusses whether NBC news anchorman Brian Williams may have faulty memories of his time in Iraq and the science of faulty memories on National Public Radio.[more]


Chris Meissner cited in Bloomberg Businessweek

Meissner’s research was recently in Bloomberg Businessweek a national news article about the Dark Science of Interrogation and the rates of true and false confessions.[more]


Zlatan Krizan on Iowa States front page discussing Gender roles.

Gender is a large part of our identity that is often defined by our psychological differences as men and women. Not surprisingly, those differences are reflected in many gender stereotypes – men rarely share their feelings, while...[more]


Chris Meissner in Newsweek

Interrogation techniques is a hot topic, and Chris Meissner is at the forefront. Recently he was cited in Newsweek as leading the HIG's research team and developing interrogation with personal and professional ethics...[more]

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