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Psychology News

News, events and happening from the Randolph College psychology department.

Randolph psychology professor publishes more books in EasyGuide series
The EasyGuide series gives students an accessible guide for conducting research in the social sciences.
Eric Anderman to Lecture at Randolph College Feb. 12
The professor and author will discuss academic cheating
Randolph Magazine: Teaching Ethically
Faculty and student team contributes chapter to upcoming book.
Psychology Professors Present Research at annual conference
The Honor System: Influences on Attitudes and Behaviors
Holly Tatum pens chapter on graduate school success
“Setting Your Path: Begin With Your Dissertation in Mind” appeared in the book Your Graduate Training in Psychology: Effective Strategies for Success earlier this year.
Research shows strength of traditional honor codes
Megan Hageman ’13 continued work with Beth Schwartz, the Thoresen Professor of Psychology and assistant dean of the College, to examine the affect of honor codes on student behavior.
Randolph Magazine: I Want To Do Everything
New experiences make life interesting for Davenport Leader
Students, Faculty Present Research at MARCUS Conference
Summer research participants share results of their collaborative projects.
Summer Research Project focuses on mental health stigma
Caroline Mann worked with students to collect and analyze data
Bridges Not Walls
Randolph's Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) aims to enhance cultural understanding.
Profile: Lexi Mandarakas ’11 - Taking the Reins
Lexi knew about Randolph's outstanding riding program, but it took a year to discover the strength of the psychology department.
Beth Schwartz Co-Authors Book on Writing in APA Style
New Faces 2010-2011
Randolph welcomes new faculty, coaches, trustees.
Style and Substance
Professor Beth Schwartz and colleagues pen student-friendly guide to APA style.
Sabbatical at Sea
While teaching with the Semester at Sea program, Professor Rick Barnes crossed the equator, got soaked with fish guts and hung out with Nobel Prize winner Desmond Tutu.
Rick Barnes blogs from Semester at Sea
Professor teaches psychology and environmental studies courses aboard ship.
Holly Tatum Appears on APS Blog
Psychology professor's Facebook research earns her spot on video blog.
Holly Tatum Appears on APS Blog
Tatum's research chosen as topic of video blog.
Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Connecting the Dots
Experiential Learning Center uses new journey mapping technique to guide students on career path.
Psi Chi Inducts Six
Students honored for academic achievement in psychology

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