< 2009 Fritz Lecture
28.08.2009 10:04 Age: 5 yrs
Category: Awards


Simulation & Gaming names the 50 Most Frequently Read Articles. Article by three Iowa State University researchers is Number 1.

The web site for the scientific journal Simulation & Gaming reports that an article authored by 3 ISU researchers was the most frequently read article on their site in October, 2009.

Iowa State University graduate student Christopher Barlett was the lead author on the article, titled "Video Game Effects - Confirmed, Suspected, and Speculative: A Review of the Evidence." Dr. Craig A. Anderson, Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Director of the Center for the Study of Violence, as well as ISU graduate student Edward Swing were co-authors. All are in the Department of Psychology.

Dr. David Vogel was named Fellow in the American Psychological Association Division 51 (men and Masculinity).

Dr. Craig Anderson, faculty member in the Department of Psychology has been named one of three APA 2010 Distinguished Scientist Lecturers. Dr. Anderson will be giving the address at the New England Psychological Association meeting in October, 2010. This is the first time anyone from ISU has received this award. For more information about this award, go to: http://www.apa.org/science/distsci-lecturer.html

Dr. Meifen Wei received the following National Awards: Fellow, Division 17, American Psychological Association, 2010.  Emerging Professional Award, Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues (Division 45), American Psychological Association, 2010.  Early Career Award for Distinguished Contributions, Asian American Psychological Association, 2009.  The Fritz and Linn Kuder Early Career Scientist/Practitioner Award, Society of Counseling Psychology (Division 17), American Psychological Association, 2009.

Dr. Meifen Wei also received the following Departmental Award: Excellence in Education and Promotion of Cultural Diversity, Department of Psychology, Iowa State University, 2009.




Major Gift

The Campbell/Borgen Fund is designed to facillitate the early professional international experiences of ISU psychology graduate students by providing them with financial assistance up to $2,500. [ Further Information ] [ A Student's Experience ]