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The Robert E. Flowerree III Psychology Colloquium Series

Fall 2021

The Fall 2021 colloquium series will be webinar format, and presented by members of the Tulane Department of Psychology Fridays at 2pm.

September 3, 2021

TBA

September 10, 2021

Freya Woods:
Perceptions of public spaces with prejudiced namesakes & re-naming initiatives.

September 17, 2021

DI - Beloved Kickoff

September 24, 2021

Brianna Hunter
TBA

October 1, 2021

Lindsay Weixler, Research Assistant Professor
The Effects of Supporting Families in Accessing Early Childhood Education

October 8, 2021

No colloquium. University Holiday

October 15, 2021

TBA

October 22, 2021

Renee Lamoreau and Hilary Skov
TBA

October 29, 2021

Ilianna Kwaske, Associate Dean of SOPA
TBA

November 5, 2021

David Chae, SPHTM, DEI committee speaker
TBA

November 12, 2021

TBA

November 19, 2021

TBA

November 26, 2021

No colloquium. University Holiday

December 3, 2021

TBA

December 10, 2021

TBA

 

Spring 2021

The Spring 2021 colloquium series will be webinar format, and presented by members of the Tulane Department of Psychology Fridays at 3:30pm.

January 29, 2021

Intimacy on "the margins": Challenging assumptions with insight on consensually non-monogamous relationships
Amy Moors, Ph.D. | Chapman University

February 5, 2021

Psychology PhD and MS students only
Dr. Jinaki Flint | Staff Psychologist, Tulane Counseling Center Stress and Anxiety

February 19, 2021

Sick as a … mouse: interrogating mechanisms of immune influence on mental health, brain function, behavior, and neurological disease
Dr. Liz Engler-Chiurazzi | Tulane Department of Neurosurgery, Clinical Neuroscience

March 5, 2021

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee Spring 2021 Update
Dr. Stacy Overstreet and the EDI committee

March 19, 2021

Psychology Faculty-Only

The Embodied Classroom – Culturally- and Trauma Informed Instruction
Dr. Jinaki Flint | Staff Psychologist, Tulane Counseling Center

March 26, 2021

Towards Empirically Supported, Culturally Responsive Practice
Anna Long | LSU

April 2, 2021

Sit long, talk much: How do sitting and object exploration impact language in infants with typical or delayed motor development
Dr. Emily Marcinowski, LSU School of Kinesiology

April 16, 2021

Are Parenthood and Parental Care Motivation Related to Differences in Political and Religious Attitudes?
Nick Kerry | Tulane University, Department of Psychology

Developing a Culturally Specific Mixed Methods Measure of Teacher Warmth and Demand in Kindergarten Telelearning Contexts
Stephanie Moberg | Tulane University, Department of Psychology

 

Fall 2020

The Fall 2020 colloquium series will be webinar format, and presented by members of the Tulane Department of Psychology Fridays at 3:30pm.

September 11, 2020

Estrogens, Memory, and the Brain
Jill Daniel, Ph.D. | Tulane University, Department of Psychology

September 25, 2020

Examining the Effectiveness of Trauma Smart Training: Staff Satisfaction, Knowledge, and Attitudes
Andrew Orapallo | Tulane University, Department of Psychology

Do Teachers’ Attitudes About Trauma-Informed Care Predict Trauma-Informed Behaviors in the Classroom?
Monica Daniels | Tulane University, Department of Psychology

October 2, 2020

Personality and Daily Behavior
Travis Miller, Ph.D. | Tulane University, Department of Psychology

October 16, 2020

The Impact of Mobile Phone Interventions on Blood Pressure Control: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Randomized Control Trials
Kamiya Stewart | Tulane University, Department of Psychology

Using Participatory Action Research and Qualitative Methodology in School Consultation
Stephanie Oshrin | Tulane University, Department of Psychology

October 30, 2020

Cancelled

November 13, 2020

Examining Factors that Impact Our Perceptions of Sexual Harassment
Danica Kulibert | Tulane University, Department of Psychology

Psychosocial Predictors of Healthcare Utilization Outcomes: Findings from Cancer and COVID-19 Patients
Laura Perry | Tulane University, Department of Psychology

November 20, 2020

Family Social Support Buffers the Intergenerational Association of Maternal Adverse Childhood Experiences and Preschoolers’ Externalizing Behavior
Ginny Hatch | Tulane University, Department of Psychology

Maternal Childhood Sexual Abuse and Parenting Outcomes During the Early Years: Where are the Voices of Black Mothers?
Chloe Pickett | Tulane University, Department of Psychology

 

Spring 2020

January 24, 2020

Legal Socialization of Young Children: A Ground Theory Study of Black Mothers' Perspectives
Elsia Obus | Tulane University, Department of Psychology

Location/Time: Boggs 243, 3:30 pm

January 31, 2020

Neurocorrelates of Visuospatial Working Memory Impairment in Children with Chromosome 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome
Elliot Beaton, Ph.D. | University of New Orleans

Location/Time: Boggs 242, 3:30 pm

February 28, 2020

Learning to Move and Move to Learn
Karen Adolph, Ph.D. | New York University, Professor of Psychology

Location/Time: Boggs 243, 3:30 pm

March 6, 2020

Delving Into Individual Differences in Rhythm and Language Ability: New Behavioral, Cognitive, and Genetic Evidence
Reyna Gordon, Ph.D. | Vanderbilt University, Assistant Professor

Location/Time: Boggs 243, 3:30 pm

March 13, 2020

Believe and Achieve: An Examination of Academic Self-Esteem as a Moderator to Negative Experiences and Academic Achievement in Black Adolescents
Jarrad Hodge | Tulane University, Department of Psychology

Letter Copying in Early School Age Children
Caroline Mayberry | Tulane University, Department of Psychology

Location/Time: Boggs 243, 3:30 pm

 

Fall 2019

September 20, 2019

Applying Error Management Theory to Sexual Assault Prevention
Jimmy Moran | Tulane University, Department of Psychology

The Power of Smell: Investigating the Relationship Between Olfactory Acuity, Disgust, and Short-term Mating
Zach Airlington | Tulane University, Department of Psychology

Location/Time: Boggs 242, 3:30 pm

September 27, 2019

Evaluating the Impact of Reward Learning on Infant Selective Attention
Brianna Keenan | Tulane University, Department of Psychology

Intergroup Perceptions of Anti-black Hate Speech
Freya Woods | Tulane University, Department of Psychology

Location/Time: Boggs 242, 3:30 pm

October 18, 2019

Neuroendocrine Factors Influencing Youth Risk for Mood Disorders: Relationships Between Hormones and Parental Psychopathology
Sarah Black, Ph.D. | Department of Psychology

Location/Time: Boggs 242, 3:30 pm

October 25, 2019

Narrative Identity: From Assessment to Application
Will Dunlop, Ph.D. | UC Riverside, Associate Professor

Location/Time: Boggs 242, 3:30 pm

November 1, 2019

School-based Yoga and Mindfulness for Children's Mental Health and Wellbeing: Experiences From Preschool Through Middle School in New Orleans
Alessandra Bazzano, Ph.D. | Department of Global Community Health and Behavioral Sciences Tulane University, Associate Professor

Location/Time: Boggs 242, 3:30 pm

November 8, 2019

Risk and Thriving: Suicide Prevention Among Trans Adolescents in a National Study
Russell Toomey, Ph.D. | University of Arizona, Family Studies and Human Development

Location/Time: Uptown Campus, Newcomb Institute, The Commons, Diboll Gallery, 3:30 pm

November 15, 2019

Using the Neuroscience of Fear Extinction for Anxiety Reduction
Tali Ball, Ph.D. | Stanford University, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Location/Time: Boggs 242, 3:30 pm

November 22, 2019

Using PCSIM to Build a School-Wide Bus-Riding Behavior Intervention
Raquel Gutierrez | Tulane University, Department of Psychology

Location/Time: Boggs 242, 3:30 pm

December 6, 2019

The Neural Correlates of Language in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Tracey Knauss, Ph.D. | University of New Orleans

Location/Time: Boggs 242, 3:30 pm

 

Spring 2019

January 18, 2019

Language difference or learning disability?: Culturally responsive assessment for English language learners
Desiree Vega, Ph.D. | University of Arizona

Location/Time: Jones 204, 3:30 pm

January 25, 2019

You cannot be what you cannot see: Gender gaps among children in interest in politics and political careers Celeste Lay
Mirya Holman, Ph.D. | Tulane University, Department of Political Science

Location/Time: Jones 204, 3:30 pm

February 1, 2019

The Perceptions of Pro-Norm and Anti-Norm Deviants in U.S. Political Parties
Danica Kulibert, M.S. | Tulane University, Department of Psychology

Positive Affect Modulates Infant Sensitivity to Gaze Cues
Claire Noonan, M.S. | Tulane University, Department of Psychology

Location/Time: LBC 201 - Race, 3:30 pm

February 15, 2019

"Herstorical” Intergenerational Accounts of Trauma, Control, and Policing of Black Bodies Close to
Home Ashlee Yates | MHC-LP Tulane University, Department of Psychology

Location/Time: Jones 204, 3:30 pm

February 22, 2019

"They Just Don't Like Us": Exploring Political Intergroup Attitudes and Interactions with Meta-stereotypes
Jake Appleby, Ph.D. | Tulane University

Location/Time: LBC 201 - Race, 3:30 pm

March 15, 2019

When Passive Study is not Passive: Interactions Between Saccadic Exploration and Memory Formation
Heather Lucas, Ph.D. | Louisiana State University

Location/Time: Jones 204, 3:30 pm

March 29, 2019

Evolution, Social Behavior, and Health
Sarah Hill, Ph.D. | Texas Christian University

Location/Time: Jones 204, 3:30 pm

April 5, 2019

Focused and Fired Up: Overcoming Obstacles and Improving Exercise
Emily Balcetis, Ph.D. | New York University

Location/Time: Jones 204, 3:30 pm

April 12, 2019

Parent-Child Conversations about Science in Museums: Cognitive Development Embedded in Everyday Activity
Maureen Callanan, Ph.D. | UC Santa Cruz

Location/Time: Jones 204, 3:30 pm


Fall 2018 Colloquia

September 7, 2018

Translating Research to Practice: Building on Cultural Practices
Marva Lewis, Ph.D. | TU School of Social Work

Location/Time: LBC 201- Race, 3:30 pm

October 5, 2018

Revisiting the Tulane Study on Black Personality
William Cross, Ph.D. | Morgridge College of Education, University of Denver

Location/Time: Jones 204, 3:30 pm

October 19, 2018

Ethological Approaches to Understanding Human Defensive Circuits
Dean Mobbs, Ph.D. | California Institute of Techonology, Department of Cognitive Neuroscience

Location/Time: Jones 204, 3:30 pm

October 26, 2018

Creating Effective Diversity Programs for Resistant Trainees: The Integration of Authority Figures into Diversity Training
Ashley Membere, Ph.D. | Xavier University, Department of Psychology

Location/Time: LBC 202 - Rechler, 3:30 pm

November 9, 2018

Development and Validation of a Brief Measure to Assess Patient Attitudes towards Palliative Care
Laura Perry | Psychology Department at Tulane University

Communication goals in online communication: How humor and memes can lead to offensiveness
Sally Merritt | Psychology Department at Tulane University

Location/Time: Jones 204, 3:30 pm

November 30, 2018

Ghosts in the Machine: Generating and Regulating Fear with Mental Imagery
Steven Greening, Ph.D. | LSU Psychology and Multidisciplinary Institute for Neuroscience Discovery

Location/Time: Jones 204, 3:30 pm

December 7, 2018

The Louisiana Children’s Museum in City Park
Julia Bland | Louisiana Children’s Museum

Location/Time: LBC 201 - Race, 3:30 pm