Psychology Department Faculty Accomplishments
Faculty scholarly accomplishments in the Department of Psychology.
Two faculty members in the Psychology Department have recently been recognized for their scholarly accomplishments. Dr. Laurel McNall was interviewed about her research in an HR magazine's feature article. (See link below.)
She was also recently published in the journal of Applied Research in Quality of Life.
Nicklin, J.M., Meachon, E., & McNall, L.A. (2018). Balancing work, school, and personal life among graduate students: A positive psychology approach. Applied Research in Quality of Life, doi:10.1007/s11482-018-9650-z.
Dr. Amanda Lipko-Speed was recently published in the journal of Cognitive Development.
Lipko-Speed, A. R., Buchert, S., & Merriman, W.E. (2018). Observing an adult model can cause immediate improvement in preschoolers’ knowledge judgment. Cognitive Development, 48, 225-234.
posted by alipko [2018-11-07]
Dr. Amanda Lipko-Speed, Department of Psychology