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.”
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 […]
Prof. Regan Gurung was featured on Wisconsin Public Radio this week, speaking about a study that shows that monetary rewards can be a good incentive for kids to eat healthier food. Gurung says this segment should come with a warning: If any children are listening, you may want to turn down the volume. The piece […]
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 […]
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 […]
UW-Green Bay psychology has three big events planned next week. PSI Talks on Monday, (Dec. 5) at the Weidner Center Join UW-Green Bay psychology at 7 p.m. Dec. 5 in Fort Howard Hall of the Weidner Center for four engaging talks from UWGB psychology students and alumni. The talks will be on topics related to stigma, […]
Please join UW-Green Bay psychology at 7 p.m. Dec. 5 in Fort Howard Hall of the Weidner Center for four engaging talks from UWGB psychology students and alumni. The talks will be on topics related to stigma, feminism, and autism. Learn more about the speakers or RSVP here. View last year’s talks here.
Congrats to UW-Green Bay Psychology students Haley Stevenson, Sophia Mosher, and Nathan Jensen, who will be presenting their research poster, “Influences of Age and Depression on the Perception of Cognitive Impairment Symptoms,” at the 26th Annual Tri-State Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, Nov. 5 at UW-Platteville.
UWGB Assistant Prof. Sawa Senzaki (Human Development and Psychology) and her research team members are looking for babies from 9 to 18 months and children 3 to 5 years old to participate in their research. This is part of an international research collaboration, and looks at cognitive, social and language development across cultures. Participation will […]
UW-Green Bay is hosting the 2016 Excellence in Psychology Instruction Conference (EPIC), that will be taking place from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8, in Mary Ann Cofrin Hall. The conference features Scott Lilienfeld, a nationally known speaker, and Dr. Kris Vespia, among others. This year’s EPIC will bring 42 attendees from the […]