Claremont McKenna College Assistant Professor of Psychology Stacey Doan will deliver a presentation at the American Psychosomatic Society’s 75th annual meeting to be held March 15-18 in Sevilla, Spain.
Claremont McKenna College Assistant Professor of Psychology Stacey N. Doan has been selected for two prominent early career research awards. She received the Western Psychological Association (WPA) Early Career Research Award, and a similar award from the Society for Research in Child Development Asian Caucus.
Shana Levin, Crown Professor of Psychology and George R. Roberts Fellow, has been named Associate Dean of the Faculty for Research, effective July 1.
In this role, Levin will support the College’s faculty research efforts, chairing the Faculty Research Committee, overseeing all of the research institutes, serving as a member of the senior academic cabinet in the Dean of the Faculty’s office, and as a member of the College’s senior staff. She will continue to teach in the psychology department. Lee Skinner will continue in her role as Associate Dean of the Faculty for Teaching.
Assistant Psychology Professor Stacey N. Doan has been awarded a two-year grant from the National Institute of Drug Abuse of the National Institutes of Health.
The $450,000 grant will support research titled "Rescuing Cognitive & Emotional Regulatory Processes to Aid Smoking Prevention."
Doan will work in collaboration with colleagues from Boston University to improve the effectiveness of standard informational smoking prevention programs by improving cognitive and emotion regulatory abilities among at-risk adolescents.
Who you gonna call when expert testimony is needed to move certain legal cases forward? Wei-Chin Hwang, Professor of Clinical Psychology at CMC, is one man with the knowledge and experience that can help resolve issues and even break a deadlock.
Hollywood typically drives the conversations around the water cooler, and if any of the current conversations are about planetary exploration and Earth’s future, it’s likely they were stimulated by the new Christopher Nolan movie “Interstellar.”
But Harvey Wichman (pictured below), who retired from CMC’s Psychology Department in 2000, has long been contributing to our understanding and experience of space travel as it might be actually experienced—not as Hollywood depicts it.
Stefanie Johnson '00, an assistant professor of management at the University of Colorado, Boulder recently published a paper with colleagues on discrimination against beautiful women in hiring. The paper, published in the Journal of Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes was written up in a recent Time magazine article.