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The Eating Behaviors Lab recently applied for the “Creating a Healthy, Just and Sustainable Society” student research grant through the Research Institute for the Environment, Energy, and Economics (RIEEE) and Office of Student Research (OSR). The...
Jordan Ellis, second year student in the Clinical Health Psychology program, presented a poster of the results of his master’s thesis at the 48th annual conference for the Association of Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies (ABCT) in Philadelphia, PA...
Zach Morgan

Zach Morgan - DISC LAB graduate student

Wednesday, January 21, 2015 - 11:38pm
Meet Zach Morgan, 1st year graduate student working with Dr. Kondrad in the Development in Social Cognition (DISC) Lab. Zach was a student at App State as an undergraduate. He worked on a grant over summer 2014 with Dr. Kondrad working to grow the...
Dr. Paul Fox and AGE Labs' own Dr. Amy Galloway and Dr. Robyn Kondrad teamed up to report on the developing Teaching of Psychology course for graduate students in the psychology department who are interested in teaching. See Chapter 7. 
Dr. Robyn Kondrad, winner of the 2012 APA Division II (Society for the Teaching of Psychology) Wilbert J McKeachie award was asked to write about her perspectives on teaching for Volume 5 of "The Teaching of Psychology in Autobiography". Learn about...
Shauna Joyner presents a poster.

DISC Lab undergraduate Shauna Joyner presents at NCPF

Wednesday, January 21, 2015 - 10:56pm
Shauna Joyner presents research she at the North Carolina Psychology Foundation conference in November, 2014. Shauna is currently developing her Honors thesis. 
Kaity Pechanek (right) and Caitlin Williams (left), two undergraduate students in the ACED lab, presented thier research at the Gerontological Society conference this November. Thier poster, "Age Differences in Emotion Recognition of Briefly...
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Shauna Joyner - DISC Lab

Monday, August 11, 2014 - 1:51pm
Shauna Joyner received an Undergraduate Research Assistantship for Summer 2014 to help Dr. Kondrad and colleagues from Amherst College conduct a study about children's use of true negation. In addition, Shauna played an instrumental role in helping...
Thanks to a grant from Appalachian Women Scientists that helps support research infrastructure, the AGE Labs will be working hard this summer (and beyond) to develop and maintain a community participant database. What this means is that we will...
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