Here are some recent books and music produced by Illinois State University faculty.
Nine graduate-level students competed in Illinois State’s inaugural Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) competition. Learn more about them and the winner.
Suejung Han, an assistant professor of psychology, is studying how faculty can be an important ally in the process of international students finding their footing on a foreign campus.
The Department of Psychology Brown Bag Series will present a Diversity and Inclusion Brown Bag session with Beth Hatt, Ph.D., and Pamela Hoff, Ph.D., Wednesday, March 1, from noon-1 p.m. in 551 DeGarmo Hall.
Lynda Kasky-Hernández, Ph.D. ’16, is a 2017 recipient of the Sorensen Outstanding Dissertation Award for her dissertation titled “Attachment and Self-Disclosure to Mothers: Predictors of Adjustment During the College Transition.”
In a new book chapter, Eric Wesselmann and J. Scott Jordan explore the psychology of morality that rests at the heart of Marvel Comic’s Civil War graphic novel series.
Several psychology students enrolled in PSY 390: Advanced Research Apprenticeship presented their research.
The Department of Psychology welcomes Dan Lannin, Ph.D., who joined the clinical-counseling psychology program in August 2016.
Julie Campbell, Ph.D. recently joined the Department of Psychology as an assistant professor with a joint appointment in developmental and quantitative psychology.
After years of unexplained aches and pains, Sarah Hogan was diagnosed with fibromyalgia—a common and complex chronic pain disorder that makes even mundane tasks excruciating.