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|Jonali Baruah, Ph.D.||2016||P.B. Paulus (2016). The role of time and category relatedness in electronic brainstorming. To appear in Small Group Research (revision submitted).|
|Jonali Baruah, Ph.D.||2016||Brainstorming in small EBS groups: Effects of focus on broad versus narrow domain in creativity. Paper to be presented at INGroup conference, Helsinki, Finland.|
|Jonali Baruah, Ph.D.||2016||C. Hale. Innovation in EBS groups: Effects of group size on idea generation and selection. Paper to be presented at SWPA conference, Dallas, TX.|
|Jonali Baruah, Ph.D.||2015||P.B. Paulus. How time and homogeneity of assigned categories affect creativity in small electronic brainstorming groups. Paper presented at INGroup conference, Pittsburgh, PA.|
|Jonali Baruah, Ph.D.||2015||K. Rieber, V. LeBreton, C. Hale, and L. Walker. Brainstorming in Small EBS Groups: Effects of Domain Knowledge over time on Group Ideation process. paper presented at the convention of Southwestern Psychological Associating, Wichita KS.|
|Jonali Baruah, Ph.S.||2015||(under review). How time affects performance in computer-mediated brainstorming paradigm: effects of domain knowledge on group and individual creativity. Journal of Creative Behavior.|
|Jamie Borchardt, Psy.D.||2015||Alcohol energy drinks and impulsivity amongst college-aged students: A quantitative study|
|Jamie Borchardt, Psy.D.||2015||Alcohol energy drinks and impulsivity amongst college-aged students: A qualitative study|
|Jamie Borchardt, Psy.D.||2015||Psychology course redesign: When less is more|
|Amber Harris Bozer, Ph.D.||2015||Local Field Potential Signatures in the Anterior Cingulate and Primary Somatosensory Cortices During Pain Processing, (UT Arlington).|
|Kyle Eichas, Ph.D.||2016||Promoting positive identity: Advances in developmental intervention outreach research. To be presented at the Center for the Promotion of Excellence in Higher Education, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan.|
|Kyle Eichas, Ph.D.||2016||C. Dennard, Z. Stuckey & A. Meca. Promoting positive adult development: Results from an identity-focused program for adult students. Presented at the Society for the Study of Human Development., Austin, TX|
|Eichas, Kyle, Ph.D.||2014||A. Meca, M.J. Montgomery, and W.M. Kurtines. Identity and positive youth development: Advances in developmental intervention science. In K. McLean and M. Syed (eds.). The Oxford handbook of identity development (pp. 337-354). Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.|
|Kyle Eichas, Ph.D.||2015||Identity in Early College High School. A short-term longitudinal study of identity development among adolescents attending an early college high school.|
|Thomas Faulkenberry, Ph.D.||2015||A. Cruise, D. Lavro, and S. Shaki (in press). Response trajectories capture the continuous dynamics of the size congruity effect. To appear in Acta Psychologica.|
|Thomas Faulkenberry, Ph.D.||2015||S.A. Montgomery, S.N. Tennes. Response trajectories reveal the temporal dynamics of fraction representations. Acta Psychologica, 159, 100-107.|
|Jennifer Gibson-Dias, M.S., M.Ed.||2015||Eyewitness Identification and the Weapon Focus Effect: Effects of Weapon Presence and Concealment|
- Ms. ManDee Mason is conducting research on modified learning environments in the PSY 101 General Psychology course.
- Dr. Kim Rynearson's most recent research activities relate to transfer students, university partnerships, and adult learners.
|Kristen Hanson||2016||C. Kelley. V. Gaytan, I Delgado, A. Tannous, B. Monson, A Burch, & K. Eichas. Promoting self-construction: Results from a positive adult development intervention. To be presented at the Society for Research on Human Development, Denver, CO.|
|Zachary Stickley||2016||C. Dennard, C. Kelley, & K. Eichas. Identity distress in adult college students: A factor analysis of the Identity Distress Survey. Presented at the Society for the Study of Human Development, Austin, TX.|
|Cheyenne Kelley||2015||What student veterans tell us they need: A qualitative investigation. Presented at the Society for the Study of Human Development, Austin, TX.|
- Sarah-Ann Tennes, junior Psychology major, was a co-author on a paper "Response trajectories reveal the temporal dynamics of fraction representations", published in July 2015 in Acta Psychologica.
- Kristen Bowman, sophomore Psychology major, is working with Dr. Faulkenberry as a FYRE (First-Year Research Experiences) intern on a project titled "The Effects of Numerical Fluency on Mental Representations of Two-Digit Numbers".
- Michaela Rutledge, senior Psychology major, is working with Dr. Faulkenberry as an Undergraduate Research Assistant on a project titled "Spatial-numerical associations in mental arithmetic."
- Chris Marble, senior Physics major, is working with Dr. Faulkenberry on a project titled "Investigating the reversibility of the SNARC effect."