We proudly present our recent news, events, awards and accomplishments:

Carolyn Cutrona with family and staff at Women Impacting ISU ceremony
15.04.2015

Dr. Jason Chan receives 2015 SARMAC Early Career Award

Dr. Jason Chan, recipient of the 2015 SARMAC Early Career Award!  The Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition is an international society that hosts a high-quality biennial conference, and oversees the Journal...[more]

Category: Other

14.04.2015

End of Year Celebration and Award Recognition

When:  Thursday, April 23rd, 5:30-8:00 pm Where:  The Landmark (56772 241 Street, Ames, IA) Located just east of the interchange at US Hwy 30 and Interstate 35 Please join the Department of Psychology in its annual...[more]

Category: Department News
08.04.2015

Dr. Anderson named 100 Very Eminent Psychologists

An Incomplete List of Eminent Psychologists of the Modern Era identified 200 eminent psychologists of the modern era. Researchers analyzed the psychologists’ citation impact, textbook citations and major scientific...[more]

Category: Awards

08.04.2015

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]

Category: In the News
07.04.2015

Psychology Colloquium

“Eyewitness Identification: Viewing Distance, Holistic Processing, and the Own-Race Bias” Date: Friday, April 10, 2015 Time 4:10 PM Location: Kildee 1224 James Lampinen is a Professor and Associate Chair of the...[more]


30.03.2015

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]

Category: In the News
23.02.2015

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]

Category: In the News


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