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Psychology’s Krys Kaniasty co-authored a paper about attitudes toward democracy after political transformations in Poland

Ursula Jakubowska (Polish Academy of Sciences) and Krys Kaniasty published a paper entitled “Post-communist transformation in progress: Poles' attitudes toward democracy” in Communist and Post-Communist Studies, 47(3-4), 399-407, 2014.

Posted on 3/2/2015 11:31:59 AM

Autism Speaks U - IUP Announces Upcoming Meetings

Autism Speaks U - IUP has announced meetings on upcoming Thursdays, February 26 and March 19.

Posted on 2/20/2015 1:22:47 PM

Psychology’s Goodwin Opens African American Cultural Center Series

Beverly Goodwin opened and facilitated the “Let’s Talk” discussion on February 5, 2015 at the African American Cultural Center, which focused on examples of many forms of racism that include systemic oppression and individual expressions.

Posted on 2/12/2015 7:14:38 AM

Psychology’s Kaniasty Publishes on Post-Disaster Trust in Medical Services

Krys Kaniasty was a member of an international group of disaster researchers, led by Prof. Menachem Ben-Ezra (Ariel University, Israel), that recently published a paper entitled “Concomitants of perceived trust in hospital and medical services following Hurricane Sandy” in Psychiatry Research.

Posted on 2/9/2015 11:39:09 AM

Psychology Colloquium Addresses Psychological Evaluations and Spinal Cord Treatment Outcomes

Ervin Davis, School of Dental Medicine, East Carolina University, will present “Prediction of spinal cord stimulator trial outcomes and implants for patients with chronic low back pain from baseline psychological evaluations” on Tuesday, February 10.

Posted on 2/6/2015 1:41:27 PM

Psychology’s Reitz-Krueger Publishes Works on Adolescents

Cristina Reitz-Krueger has works appearing about the influence of community on adolescent development and prevention of adolescent violence and aggression.

Posted on 2/4/2015 11:28:45 AM

Psychology Colloquium to Address Legal Decision-Making and Evidence-Based Practices with Youth

Amy Wevodau, postdoctoral resident in Forensic Psychology at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, will present “The Fairly Odd Couple: Bringing Psychology and Lady Justice Together” on Monday, February 2.

Posted on 1/29/2015 3:52:49 PM

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