Events for September 2017
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Friday, September 8th
“Examining the Effects of Altered Avatars on Perception-Action in Virtual Reality,” with Brian Day, Ph.D. Friday, September 8, at 2:00 p.m. in 48 DeGarmo Hall.
Thursday, September 14th
Author Travis Langley, Ph.D., professor of Psychology at Henderson State University, will discuss his book, "Batman and Psychology: A Dark and Stormy Knight."
The Department of Psychology and Psi Chi will present a free screening of the film, Legends of the Knight, at The Normal Theater, followed by a panel discussion moderated by Laura Kennedy of WGLT.
Friday, September 15th
Travis Langley, Ph.D., a professor of Psychology from Henderson State University, will conduct a brown bag session titled, “The Walking Defense Mechanisms” Friday, September 15 from noon to 1:00 p.m. in 206 DeGarmo Hall.
Monday, September 18th
The Department of Psychology and the Cognitive Behavioral Sciences (CBS) Colloquium Series will present a talk titled, “What your moves say about you: Action-perception dynamics and mental health,” with Benoît Bardy at 2 p.m. Monday, September 18, in 255 McCormick Hall.
Thursday, September 21st
Kelly Poirot will propose her doctoral dissertation. The title of the dissertation is "The Effects of Noncontingent Praise (NCP) on Classroom Behavior." Dr. Gary Cates is the Dissertation Committee Chair; Dr. Gregory Braswell and Dr. Dan Ispas, and Dr. Name (School of Teaching and Learning) are the committee members. The proposal is in 404 DeGarmo…
Friday, September 29th
The Department of Psychology and the Cognitive Behavioral Sciences (CBS) Colloquium Series will present a talk titled, “Learning to Forget, Forgetting to Learn: How Memory Shapes Cognitive Development,” with Haley Vlach, Ph.D., Friday, September 29 at 2 p.m. in 48 DeGarmo Hall.