Department of Psychology Scholarly Accomplishments

See what faculty members and students from the Department of Psychology have achieved as far as publications and conference presentations this academic year.

Peer-Reviewed Empirical Articles:

Castiello, S., Miller, R. R., Witnauer, J. E., Alcaide, D. M., Fung, E., Pitliya, R. J., Morrissey, D. K. C., & Murphy, R. A. (2022).  Benefitting from trial spacing without the cost of prolonged training: Frequency, not duration, of trials with absent stimuli enhances perceived contingency.   Journal of Experimental Psychology: General

Murphy, R. A., Witnauer, J. E., Castiello, S., Tsetkov, A., Li, A., Alcaide, D. M., & Miller, R. R. (2022). More frequent, shorter trials enhance acquisition in a training session: There is a free lunch!  Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 151, 41-64. 

Riley, K. E., Park, C., Wong, C. C. Y., & Russell, B. (2021). Mindfulness, self-distancing, and self-compassion as buffers of the effects of rumination on health behaviors: A daily diary study. International Journal of Cognitive Therapy.

Textbooks:

Forzano, L. B. & Witnauer, J. E., (2022).  Instructor Resources for Research Methods for the behavioral sciences: Getting Started with R and Guided Practice with R.  Stamford, CT: Cengage Learning.

Conference presentations:

Chew, S., Castiello, S., Murphy, R., Witnauer, J., Miller, R. (2022).  Obtaining the benefit of trial spacing without lengthening the training session.  Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association.  New York, NY.

Clark, M., Flavin, C., Matthews, R. & McNall, L.A. (2022, April). Work-life post-pandemic: Where to go from here. Panel presented at the Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Seattle, WA.

Elengickal, D., Witnauer, J., Murphy, R., Castiello, S., Miller, R. (2022).  Determinants of extinction.  Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association.  New York, NY.

Forzano, L. B. (2021, November).  Differences in impulsivity:  Procedural parameters matter.  In R. Avila (Chair), Different Approaches to Self-Control Study [Invited Symposium].  VIII SINCA International Seminar on Behaviorism and its Applications, Mexico City, Mexico.  

*French, M., & Wong, C. C. Y. (2022, February). The effect of ostracism on pro-environmental behavior. Poster presentation at 23rd Annual Convention of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Francisco, CA.

Huang, J., Silverstein, J., Woltag, S., Witnauer, J., Jozefowiez, J., & Miller, R., (2022). Contrasting interspersed associative interference with proactive and retroactive interference.  Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association.  New York, NY.

McNall, L.A., Bennett, M.*, Brown, M., Becker, G.*, & Soda, L.* (2022, April). How do working students get more satisfaction? Exploring job crafting and enrichment. Paper presented to the Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Seattle, WA.

Miller, R. McCrea, C., Moshchenko, Y., Witnauer, J., Jozefowiez, J. (2022). Comparing novelty-facilitated extinction with counterconditioning and extinction in cognitive and emotional domains.  Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association.  New York, NY.

Olowu, F.T.*, & Ratcliff, J.J., (2022, March). Bystander reactions to police brutalityagainst women: The roles of victim race and presence of a weapon. Eastern Psychological Association, NYC.

Olowu, F.T.*, & Ratcliff, J.J., (2022, February). Bystander reactions to police brutalityagainst women: The roles of victim race and presence of a weapon. Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Francisco.

Ratcliff, J.J., Wong, C., & Earle, C. (2022, February). Presence of meaning andposttraumatic growth as protective factors following adolescent bullying experiences in sexual minority adults. Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Francisco.

Ratcliff, J.J., Olowu, F.*, & Sushko, A.* (2022, March). When Potential Allies and Targets do (and do not) Confront Anti-Asian Prejudice. Eastern Psychological Association, New York, NY. Presented as part of symposium (entitled “Social Papers: Prejudice and Discrimination”) at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association.

Sushko, A.* & Ratcliff, J.J., (2022, February). In the eye of the beholder: Beliefs aboutsexual fluidity and bisexuality differentially predict dating attitudes. Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Francisco.

Witnauer, J., Forzano, L. B., & Wallnau, L. (2022, March).  Insensitivity to sample size in simulated online shopping.  [Poster presentation]. Eastern Psychological Association Convention, New York City, NY, United States.   

Wong, C. C. Y., & *Dabbagh, D. (2022, February). The world appears better with self-compassion: The mediating role of social perception in the association between self-compassion and outcomes. Poster presentation at 23rd Annual Convention of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Francisco, CA.

*indicates student author

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Posted: April 14, 2022