See how Drake students are harnessing the power of social psychological research tools to better understand the processes and consequences of stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination.
Dr. Allen presented a gallery talk at the “Women’s Rights are Human Rights” international poster exhibit held in Anderson Gallery on September 24, 2019. The exhibit is on display through October 18, 2019 on Drake’s campus.
The SOAR Lab congratulates the following seniors on their recent May 2019 graduation from Drake University: Sarai Bak, Helen Trisko, Alexi Ginther, Elizabeth Long* *not pictured
Lab students, Sarai Bak and Matthew Musacchio, presented their work “The Influence of Masculinity on Men’s Participation in Communal Careers” in Chicago, IL at the Midwestern Psychological Association meeting on April 12, 2019. Another team, Alexi Ginther and Nicholas Andert, presented their work “Nevertheless she persisted (in STEM): Enhancing women’s science interest and belonging through […]
The SOAR lab congratulates Grace Boatman (Drake ’17) on her recent national conference presentation “You May Support Immigration, but Does Your Brain? Indirect Versus Direct Contact in Reducing Implicit Bias.” The poster presentation occurred at the 30th annual Association for Psychological Science meeting in San Francisco, CA (May 24-27, 2018). Current Drake students, […]
The following students presented their research at 2017 DUCURS. Congratulations! Featured photo, from left: Kelsey Panfil, Trynann Utzinger, Alexi Ginther, Nicholas Andert, Jesse Upton, Will Eicher, Nihad Ejubovic From left: Marissa Schuster, Sarah Adams, Jessica Tomann
Two SOAR team members and graduating seniors (Hayley LeBlanc and Karli Kisch) presented their research at the Midwestern Psychological Association meeting in Chicago, IL on April 20-22, 2017. Congratulations!
Drake University welcomes invited speaker, Dr. Bettina Casad of the University of Missouri-St. Louis, to campus on March 30-31, 2017. Dr. Casad integrates social psychology and neuroscience methods to investigate the causes and consequences of underrepresented groups in STEM. You can learn more information at this link.
Kelsey Panfil, Karli Kisch, Trynann Utzinger, and Marissa Schuster presented their research poster at the 2016 DUCURS conference. Congratulations!
The Department of Psychology and Neuroscience hosted hands-on activity tables for Des Moines area children to learn about the science of psychology and neuroscience at Blank Park Zoo’s STEM at the Zoo event. Seven students representing the national honor societies for psychology (Psi Chi) and neuroscience (Nu Rho Psi) participated in the event which was […]