All seven full-time faculty members in the Psychology Department, the Dean of the Colleges of Social Science and Professional Studies (Dr. Holly Churchman), and a psychology adjunct professor and women's soccer coach ( Dr. Tim Hall) and several students attended the 2014 Western Psychology Association’s 94th Annual Convention in Portland, Oregon April 24-April 27th. This is the 20th consecutive year that PLNU psychology department faculty and students have presented at a major regional psychology convention.
PLNU students and faculty were involved in eight presentations:
Butterfield, M., & Rookard, G. (2014, April).
Secrecy and Adult Legitimization Predict Bullying in Romanian Institutionalized Children.
Irwin Churchman, H. & Frith, C. (2014, April).
On Improving Critical Thinking in At Risk College Students.
Meza, R., Cheney, D., O'Brien, K., Scherer, J., Owen, C., & Schaeffer, K.W. (2014, April).
The Effects of Facial and Body Expressions on Approachability.
Oakes Mueller, R., Leffel, M., Roth, V., Messier, M., Farinelli, A., & Galli Young, M. (2014, April).
Good Physician (2 of 2): Neuroticism/Burnout Inhibit Growth in Generosity.
Pendakur, R., Tibbs, J., Owen, C., Wu, J.T., & Oakes Mueller, K.L. (2014, April).
Associations Between Childhood Attachment and Brain System Inventories.
Tibbs, J., Von Striver, L.T., Pendakur, R., Owen, C., Wu, J.T., & Oakes Mueller, K.L. (2014, April).
Associations Between Childhood Neglect and Brain Pattern Inventories.
Roth, V., Messier, M., Farinelli, A., Galli Young, M., Oakes Mueller, R., & Leffel, M. (2014, April).
Good Physician (1 of 2): Moral Elevation Predicts Virtue Development.
Wheeler, K., Correa, M., Irwin Churchman, H., & Hall, T. (2014, April).
Examining Cultural Cognizance in an Intense Abroad Experience: A Multi-Faceted Approach.