MSU Social-Personality Psychology Seminar
The Fall 2020 Social-Personality Psychology Seminar will be held virtually, but we still have some exciting talks lined up from speakers at MSU and from around the world. All talks will take place on Fridays 2-3pm US Eastern time. Selected talks are open to the public using the links provided below. Most talks will be recorded and posted here for later viewing.
Dr. John Jackson, James Madison College, Michigan State University
Dr. Briony Swire-Thompson, Network Science Institute, Northeastern University
Dr. Ken Frank, Educational Psychology, Michigan State University
Brian Brutzman MA BCBA, Psychology, Michigan State University
"Change for the Better: Assessing Readiness to Adopt ABA in Michigan Public Schools"
Jeewon Oh MA, Psychology, Michigan State University
"Two's company and three's a crowd? The impact of COVID-19 related stressors and household size on subjective well-being"
Dr. Michelle Birkett, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University
Dr. Mark Brandt, Psychology, Michigan State University
"A theory of belief system dynamics"
Dr. Ben Saunders, Psychology, Long Island University
Dr. Kerstin Sailer, Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London
"Spatial Practices of Interaction: How architectural layouts structure encounter patterns"
Prachi Solanki, Psychology, Michigan State University
Mariah Purol, Psychology, Michigan State University
"Loved and lost or never loved at all? Lifelong marital histories and their links with subjective well-being"
Dr. Matthew Brashears, Sociology, University of South Carolina