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Spring 2015 Schedule of SiSR+ Speakers
 
All talks begin at 3:30 PM and end at 4:45 PM in the Psychology Faculty Lounge of Greene Hall (4th Floor) unless otherwise noted. Wine and light refreshments will be provided.
 
Januray 14, 2015
Molly S. Weeks, Duke University, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
Setting the Bar: A New Perspective on Friendship Expectations
 
January 21, 2015
Roundtable: Graduate School Interview Advice
 
Januray 28, 2015
Rocio Garcia-Retamero, University of Granada, Spain, Department of Experimental Psychology
Making Data Make Sense
Department of Psychology Colloquium Series
4:00pm Greene Hall 162
 
February 4, 2015
Fadel Zeidan, Wake Forest School of Medicine

Neural Mechanisms Supporting Mindfulness-Based Pain Relief: Is Meditation Merely a Placebo Effect?

 
February 11, 2015
Eric R. Stone, Wake Forest University, Department of Psychology
Increasing Power to Decrease False Positives: Panacea or Fad?
 
February 18, 2015
Garrett D. Stuber, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine, UNC Neuroscience Center
Dissecting the Neural Circuits that Mediate Motivated Behavior
 
March 3, 2015
Connie Flanagan, University of Wisconsin, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies
Adolescent Political Theories
Department of Psychology Colloquium Series
 
March 18, 2015
Kassidy R. Knighten, Wake Forest University, Department of Psychology (First-Year Graduate Student)
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Stephanie McKee, Wake Forest University, Department of Psychology (Second-Year Graduate Student)
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March 25, 2015
B. Keith Payne, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Department of Psychology
Looks Fair From Up Here: How Social Status Shapes Political Preferences
 
April 1, 2015
Julie H. Wayne, Wake Forest University School of Business
Finding Balance: In Search of Meaning, Measurement, and Correlates of Work-Family Balance
 
April 8, 2015
Jessica J. Good, Davidson College, Department of Psychology
The Costs and Benefits of Confronting Benevolent Sexism
 
April 15, 2015
Enrique W. Neblett, Jr., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Department of Psychology
Psychophysiological Methods: Tools for Elucidating the Role of Self-Regulation in the Science of Research on Racism and Health?
 
Please contact Lara Kammrath (kammralk@wfu.edu) if you would like to be added to the mailing list for this group, or if you would like to suggest a speaker for the seminar series. Self-nominations are welcome!
 
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