Are you mad at me? Social anxiety and early visual processing of anger and gaze among Asian American biculturals
New Study: Non-Whites and Low-Income People Report Highest Levels of Concern About the Environment, But Most Don’t Know That
Culture Embrained: Going Beyond the Nature-Nurture Dichotomy
Recent graduate Jun Won Park '16, now at Yale School of Management, published research on "Signs of Social Class: The Experience of Economic Inequality in Everyday Life" in Perspectives on Psychological Science, May 2017.
Climate change is increasingly recognized as both a biophysical and social phenomenon by scientists and policymakers.
The White House Social and Behavioral Sciences Team released its 2016 annual report showcasing how behavioral science can be used to improve people’s lives.
Professors Sharon Goto and Bill Banks published a piece on the art and science of Skyspace.
Read Inside Higher Ed’s article, "Diversity as a Tenure Requirement." Eric A. Hurley, associate professor of psychology and Africana studies, is among the professors who worked on the policy changes.
Professors Sharon Goto and William Banks write about understanding the Turrell Skyspace from a psychological viewpoint, as published in James Turrell, NMAC Foundation, 2009.