Seanna Leath ’13, University of Michigan, published as first author, “'We really protested': The Influence of Sociopolitical Beliefs, Political Self-efficacy, and Campus Racial Climate on Civic Engagement among Black College...
Seanna Leath ’13, University of Michigan, published “Teacher-Based Racial Discrimination: The Role of Racial Pride and Religiosity Among African American and Caribbean Black Adolescents” in Race and Social Problems, Jan 2018.
Recent graduate Cristina Salvador, now at University of Michigan, published research on "Culture embrained: Going beyond the nature-nurture dichotomy" in Perspectives on Psychological Science, October 2017.
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.
Prof. Adam Pearson elected Fellow of the Society of Experimental Social Psychology "in recognition of substantial contribution to social psychology as an empirical science.”
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.
A new study by Professor Ajay Satpute says ‘black and white’ thinking can change how you feel.
Pomona Psychology co-sponsored the Groups Preconference at the 2016 Society of Experimental Social Psychology in Santa Monica, Chaired by Prof. Adam Pearson, featuring 12 internationally-recognized speakers.
Professors Sharon Goto and Bill Banks published a piece on the art and science of Skyspace.