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

Carolyn Cutrona with family and staff at Women Impacting ISU ceremony

Zlatan Križan featured on ISU homepage

Zlatan Krizan featured on Iowa States homepage is working to understand how poor sleep affects our emotions, motivations and interactions with other people. The research is a natural extension of his work as director of the...[more]

Category: In the News


Psychology Curiculum Emphasis on Diversity

Psychology Department emphasis on diversity made news in the Iowa State Daily quoting Craig Anderson on diversity.[more]

Category: In the News

APA Student Science Award winner Stacy Ko

Iowa State University Psychology Graduate student, Stacey Ko is the 2015 recipient of the Student Science Award from American Psychological Association Division 17. The purpose of this award is...[more]

Category: Other


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]

Category: In the News

2015 Awards & Recognition

On April 23, Psychology personnel were recognized  for their contributions Faculty Awards Shana Carpenter:  Kentner Fritz Junior Faculty Productivity Jason Chan:  Excellence in Communicating Psychology to the...[more]

Category: Department


Madon receives mid-career research award

We are very pleased to announce that Stephanie Madon was selected as a recipient of the LAS Mid-Career Research Award. The College typically only chooses 2-3 recipients each year for this award. Given the very high research...[more]

Category: College

Psychology Colloquium

"Eyewitnesses and Observers: Factors Dictating Malleability in Decisions" Date: Friday, April 24, 2015 Time: 4:10 PM Location: West 162 Lagomarcino Amy Bradfield Douglass is a 2001 Ph.D. in social psychology from...[more]

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