Psychology
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Upcoming Defenses

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Past Defenses

Elizabeth Berke - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

The Importance of Student–Teacher Relationships Characterized by High Levels of Closeness for Children with Early Externalizing Behaviors and Later Risk-Taking Behaviors

Major Professor: Timothy W Curby, PhD, Department of Psychology

April 20, 2016

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George Buzzell - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

My Own Worst Enemy: Monitoring for Errors or Processing Feedback Can Lead to Impaired Performance When Inter-Trial-Intervals Are Short

Major Professor: Craig McDonald, PhD, Department of Psychology

April 12, 2016

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Eric Blumberg - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Modulates Performance in Challenging Situations

Major Professor: Matthew S. Peterson, PhD, Department of Psychology

April 12, 2016

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Isaac Sabat - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

Disclosure Dissonance: The Impact of Behavioral, Attitudinal, and Environmental Inconsistencies on Identity Management Outcomes

Major Professor: Eden B King, PhD, Department of Psychology

April 08, 2016

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Afra Ahmad - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

Context Matters: Uncovering Factors Influencing Charges of Religious Workplace Discrimination

Major Professor: Eden B King, PhD, Department of Psychology

April 07, 2016

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Samantha Plourde Karalus - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

Creating a Structural Measurement Model of Socialization of Social-Emotional Competence: The Contribution of CLASS and FOCAL-T

Major Professor: Susanne A Denham, PhD, Department of Psychology

April 06, 2016

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David Eric Ferrier - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

The Contribution of Cognitive Self-Regulation to Social Competence: A Latent Change Score Analysis

Major Professor: Susanne A Denham, PhD, Department of Psychology

April 05, 2016

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Daniel Blalock - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

High Risk, High Reward: Daily Perceptions of Social Challenge and Performance in Social Anxiety Disorder

Major Professor: Patrick E McKnight, PhD, Department of Psychology

March 18, 2016

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Daniel Gartenberg - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

A Comprehensive Computational Model of Sustained Attention

Major Professor: Tyler H. Shaw, PhD, Department of Psychology

March 02, 2016

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Brian Falcone - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

Simultaneous tDCS and fMRI Reveals How Brain Stimulation Enhances Complex Perceptual Learning Through Modulation of Task-Relevant Networks

Major Professor: Matthew S. Peterson, PhD, Department of Psychology

December 04, 2015

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