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Colloquia 2015–2016

Spring 2016 Colloquia

January 15, 2016

Title: The Role of Attachment Style in Women's Recognition of Sexism

Tara Van BommelTulane university


Title: Immigrants-are-Parasites: How Do Dehumanizing Metaphors Shape Attitudes?

Caroline Tiplertulane university

Location/Time: LBC 201 - Race, 3:30 pm

January 22, 2016

Title: The Truth is in The Eye of the Beholder: A Novel Infant Working Memory Task Based on Predictive Choice

Zsuzsa Kaldy, Ph.D.Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Massachusetts Boston

Location/Time: Jones 204, 3:30 pm

February 26, 2016

Title: The Varieties of Nonreligious Experience: The Evolution and Psychology of Religion, Atheism, and Morality

Will Gervais, Ph.D.Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Kentucky

Location/Time: LBC 201 - Race, 3:30 pm

March 4, 2016

Title: Adaptive Outcomes in Urban African American Adolescents Exposed to Multiple Stressors

Jennifer Rioustulane university

Location/Time: Jones 204, 3:30 pm

March 11, 2016

Title: The Effects of the New Orleans School Reforms and Student Trauma on Student Outcomes

Douglas Harris, Ph.D.Director of the Education Research alliance at Tulane’s Murphy Institute

Location/Time: Jones 204, 3:30 pm

April 1, 2016

Title: An Evaluation of Discipline Practices in a Primary School Context

Michael BrachfeldTulane university


Title: Ecomaps as a Tool for Understanding Children's Reactions to Stressors and Supports

Emiliya Adelsontulane university

Location/Time: LBC 201 - Race, 3:30 pm

April 15, 2016

Title: Contagion in the Classroom: Can Students’ Nonverbal Behavior Affect Others?

Emily ShafferTulane university


Title: I Spy With My Little Eye Someone Who is Colorblind

Lauren Ruelenstulane university

Location/Time: LBC 201 - Race, 3:30 pm


Fall 2015 Colloquia

September 11, 2015

Title: Executive Functioning in Chinese and American Children: Associations with Socioeconomic Status, Gender, and Preschool Attendance

Lindsay Weixler, Ph.D.senior research fellow, education research alliance for new orleans

Location/Time: LBC 202 - Rechler, 3:30 pm

September 18, 2015

Title: Understanding Judgments of Racial Discrimination: The Role of Intent and Harm

Aaron MossTulane university


Title: Implementing Trauma-Informed Approaches in New Orleans Charter Schools

Elizabeth McIntyretulane university

Location/Time: LBC 202 - Rechler, 3:30 pm

September 25, 2015

Title: Supporting Resilience for Children Facing Risk: Evidence from Neuroscience and Prevention

C. Cybele Raver, Ph.D.Vice Provost for Research and Faculty Affairs, New York University

Location/Time: Boggs 104, 3:30 pm

October 2, 2015

Title: Calculated Ignorance

James Shepperd, Ph.D.Professor of Psychology, University of Florida

Location/Time: LBC 202 - Rechler, 3:30 pm

October 23, 2015

Title: Deconstructing Parental Monitoring: Recognizing the Dyadic Processes required to Parent Adolescents

Bobby Laird, Ph.D.Professor of Psychology, University of New Orleans

Location/Time: LBC 202 - Rechler, 3:30 pm

October 30, 2015

Title: Teacher Implemented Prevention Programs for Preschooler Aggression: A Meta-Analytic Review

Corey BlackTulane university


Title: Perceived Gender (In)Equality: Toward Understanding the Role of Value Violation in Prejudice Against Muslims

Amanda Van Camptulane university

Location/Time: LBC 202 - Rechler, 3:30 pm

November 13, 2015

Title: Education for Social Justice: Experiential and Service-Learning

Jamie Franco-Zamudio, Ph.D.Associate Professor of Psychology, Spring Hill College


Location/Time
: LBC 202 - Rechler, 3:30 pm
December 4, 2015

Title: Timescales of Cognitive Control

Lisa ChinnTulane university


Title: The Influence of Musical Experience on Spatial Attention

Maxwell Andersontulane university

Location/Time: LBC 202 - Rechler, 3:30 pm

 

 

 

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