Tag: Psychology

Dancing With Our Stars on Saturday features Ryan Martin

The culminating event for Prof. Ryan Martin’s (Psychology) six months of dance lessons and fundraising efforts with the Northeast Wisconsin American Red Cross— Dancing With Our Stars is on Saturday, February 25. Dancing with Our Stars 2017 will feature 16 local celebrities, including UW-Green Bay’s very own Ryan Martin competing for the mirror ball trophy. Watch the […]

Faculty note: Weinschenk publishes research on the genetics of politics

Assistant Prof. Aaron Weinschenk (Political Science and Psychology), recently had a peer-reviewed journal article accepted for publication in Political Research Quarterly, a top general-interest journal in political science. The article, co-authored with Professor Christopher Dawes (New York University) — a pioneer in the field of biopolitics, uses data on identical and fraternal twins to estimate the heritability […]

Faculty note: Prof. Regan Gurung

Prof. Regan A. R. Gurung (Human Development and Psychology) recently published a chapter in a new book, “Thematic Approaches for Teaching Introductory Psychology by Cengage.” The chapter builds on his research on teaching and is titled “Give Them Something to Care About: Engaging Students in Introductory Psychology.”

UW-Green Bay’s Ryan Martin talks sports-related anger with Wisconsin Public Radio’s Joy Cardin

It’s a sad day for Green Bay Packers fans. UW-Green Bay psychology Professor Ryan Martin joined Wisconsin Public Radio’s Joy Cardin Monday morning (January 23) to discuss why watching sports can be such an emotional rollercoaster ride, and what to do about it. Martin, chair of UW-Green Bay’s psychology program, is an anger researcher. Listen […]

Prof. Ryan Martin goes live on WPR’s Morning Drive, Monday

Tune into UW-Green Bay Prof. Ryan Martin (psychology) live with The Joy Cardin Show on Wisconsin Public Radio from 6 to 7 a.m. Monday, January 23 as he discusses a piece he wrote for Psychology Today, “The Inciting World of Sports: Five Reasons Why We Find Sports So Angering (and What To Do About It.”

Awkward Ryan Martin Photos and Throwback Prom

Yes, “Awkward Ryan Photos” is the name of Prof. Ryan Martin’s (Psychology) January donation challenge as part of his participation in Dancing with Our Stars for the Northeast Wisconsin American Red Cross. Here’s how it works: Donate $15 or more to Martin’s DWOS17 page. He will thank you on Facebook sharing an awkward photo from […]

Open for Business: UW-Green Bay Psychology launches Virtual Psychology Museum


University of Wisconsin-Green Bay psychology launched a Virtual Psychology Museum (Dec. 8) , constructed through the efforts of students Annie Jones, Allee Schramm, and Annemarie Schwery, and Kate Farley (Academic Technology Services and Center for Advancement of Teaching and Learning), Luke Konkol (Center for Advancement of Teaching and Learning) and Prof. Ryan Martin. “We think […]

Prof. Ryan Martin quoted in USA Today

A recent study done at Stanford University procured startling and daunting results: 80-90 percent of students cannot accurately vet online news sources. The 7,000-participant-study done at one of the nation’s most prestigious schools, left many concerned to say the least. UW-Green Bay Prof. Ryan Martin (Psychology) was quoted in the USA Today article on the […]