UW-Green Bay Psychology will be well-represented at the American Psychological Association’s annual conference this week. Four faculty members will be presenting their research on a wide array of topics. They include:
-Assistant Prof. Alan Chu: Effects of Sex and Competition Level on Perceived Motivational Factors in High School Athletes
-Assistant Prof. Jana Fogaca: Combined Psychological Skills Training for Sport Performance and Mental Health Can Reduce Anxiety
-Associate Prof. Christine Smith: Do the Big Five Personality Traits Predict Gender and Sexuality Prejudices?
-Associate Prof. Kris Vespia (with students Samantha Alger-Feser, Nicholas Livingston and Kailah Siggers): Psychology Education and its Potential Role in Mental Health Literacy