Our faculty members participate in conferences around the world, conduct groundbreaking research, and publish books and articles that expand their knowledge and expertise. Here are a few recent highlights.
Department of Psychology lecturer Giacomo “Jack” Bono presented “Search for the Developmental Role of Gratitude: A 4-Year Longitudinal Analysis” at this year’s American Psychological Association’s (APA) annual convention, which took place in Orlando, Florida, August 2-5. The paper details findings of a study on gratitude and attitude among teens. An article on the study appeared in Health Magazine, among other publications.
Jerry Moore, professor of anthropology has been interviewed in two different National Public Radio station programs on his recent book, “The Prehistory of Home” (University of California Press, Berkeley, 2012). On June 27, he was the guest of the KERA FM NPR affiliate in Dallas, Tex., and its show “Think.” Then on August 6, Moore was interviewed on local NPR station KPCC’s “AirTalk.”
Larry Rosen, professor of psychology, was profiled in the Daily Breeze “More of us suffer from ‘iDisorder’ due to over-use of social media and mobile devices” on June 30. The article was syndicated and reprinted in a number of newspapers around the country.