Psychology Archive

Edward Cohen, San Jose State University – Teaching Students about Mental Illness in Vietnam

Mental health is a big news topic in the U.S., but not in every country. Edward

Monica Miller, Purdue University – Empathy

On Purdue University Week: Can you increase your empathy? Monica Miller, clinical associate professor at Purdue

Colleen Kirk, New York Institute of Technology – Shopper Psychological Ownership and Territoriality

How can companies avoid offending shoppers who are psychologically invested in their products? Colleen Kirk, assistant

Matthew Johnson, University of Alberta – Self-Esteem, Depression and Your Partner

Need help during a time of low self-esteem? Rely on your partner. Matthew Johnson, assistant professor

Saida Heshmati, Penn State University – Felt Love

What makes you feel loved? Saida Heshmati, postdoctoral research scholar at Penn State University, looks into

Kristin Brethel-Haurwitz, University of Pennsylvania – Altruism and Kidney Donation

Why are some more altruistic than others? Kristin Brethel-Haurwitz, postdoctoral researcher at the University of Pennsylvania,

Howard Klein, The Ohio State University – Prior Commitments at Work

Do you still think about prior commitments you’ve had at work? Howard Klein, professor of management

Jonathan Pruitt, University of California Santa Barbara – The Great Man Theory

Is a good leader always able to rally the troops? Jonathan Pruitt, associate professor in the

Charlene Senn, University of Windsor – One Critical Piece of the Puzzle for Preventing Campus Sexual Assault

How do we stop sexual violence on college campuses? Charlene Senn, professor of in the department

Sue Wenze, Lafayette College – Addressing Mental Health Issues with Technology

Can technology help us with our mental health? Sue Wenze, assistant professor of psychology at Lafayette