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Faculty Research

NAME YEAR RESEARCH/PUBLICATIONS/PRESENTATIONS
Jonali Baruah, Ph.D. 2016 P.B. Paulus (2016). The role of time and category relatedness in electronic brainstorming. To appear in Small Group Research (revision submitted).
Jonali Baruah, Ph.D. 2016 Brainstorming in small EBS groups:  Effects of focus on broad versus narrow domain in creativity.  Paper to be presented at INGroup conference, Helsinki, Finland.
Jonali Baruah, Ph.D. 2016 C. Hale.  Innovation in EBS groups: Effects of group size on idea generation and selection.  Paper to be presented at SWPA conference, Dallas, TX.
Jonali Baruah, Ph.D. 2015 P.B. Paulus.  How time and homogeneity of assigned categories affect creativity in small electronic brainstorming groups.  Paper presented at INGroup conference, Pittsburgh, PA.
Jonali Baruah, Ph.D. 2015 K. Rieber, V. LeBreton, C. Hale, and L. Walker.  Brainstorming in Small EBS Groups:  Effects of Domain Knowledge over time on Group Ideation process.  paper presented at the convention of Southwestern Psychological Associagtin, Wichita KS.
Jonali Baruah, Ph.S. 2015 (under review).  How time affects performance in computer-mediated brainstorming paradigm:  effects of domain knowledge on group and individual creativity.  Journal of Creative Behavior.
Jamie Borchardt, Psy.D. 2015 Alcohol energy drinks and impulsivity amongst college-aged students:  A quantitative study
Jamie Borchardt, Psy.D. 2015 Alcohol energy drinks and impulsivity amongst college-aged students:  A qualitative study
Jamie Borchardt, Psy.D. 2015 Psychology course redesign: When less is more
Amber Harris Bozer, Ph.D. 2015 Local Field Potential Signatures in the Anterior Cingulate and Primary Somatosensory Cortices During Pain Processing, (UT Arlington).
Kyle Eichas, Ph.D. 2016 Promoting positive identity: Advances in developmental intervention outreach research.  To be presented at the Center for the Promotion of Excellence in Higher Education, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan.
Kyle Eichas, Ph.D. 2016 C. Dennard, Z. Stuckey & A. Meca.  Promoting positive adult development:  Results from an identity-focused program for adult students.  Presented at the Society for the Study of Human Development., Austin, TX
Eichas, Kyle, Ph.D. 2014 A. Meca, M.J. Montgomery, and W.M. Kurtines.  Identity and positive youth development:  Advances in developmental intervention science.  In K. McLean and M. Syed (eds.).  The Oxford handbook of identity development (pp. 337-354). Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.
Kyle Eichas, Ph.D. 2015 Identity in Early College High School.  A short-term longitudinal study of identity development among adolescents attending an early college high school.
Thomas Faulkenberry, Ph.D. 2015 A. Cruise, D. Lavro, and S. Shaki (in press).  Response trajectories capture the continuous dynamics of the size congruity effect.  To appear in Acta Psychologica.
Thomas Faulkenberry, Ph.D. 2015 S.A. Montgomery, S.N. Tennes.  Response trajectories reveal the temporal dynamics of fraction representations.  Acta Psychologica, 159, 100-107.
Jennifer Gibson-Dias, M.S., M.Ed. 2015 Eyewitness Identification and the Weapon Focus Effect:  Effects of Weapon Presence and Concealment
 

Ms. ManDee Mason is conducting research on modified learning environments in the PSY 101 General Psychology course.

Dr. Kim Rynearson's most recent research activities relate to transfer students, university partnerships, and adult learners.

Student Research

NAME YEAR RESEARCH
Kristen Hanson 2016 C. Kelley. V. Gaytan, I Delgado, A. Tannous, B. Monson, A Burch, & K. Eichas.  Promoting self-construction:  Results from a positive adult development intervention.  To be presented at the Society for Research on Human Development, Denver, CO.
Zachary Stickley 2016 C. Dennard, C. Kelley, & K. Eichas.  Identity distress in adult college students:  A factor analysis of the Identity Distress Survey.  Presented at the Society for the Study of Human Development, Austin, TX.
Cheyenne Kelley 2015 What student veterans tell us they need:  A qualitative investigation.  Presented at the Society for the Study of Human Development, Austin, TX.

Sarah-Ann Tennes, junior Psychology major, was a co-author on a paper "Response trajectories reveal the temporal dynamics of fraction representations", published in July 2015 in Acta Psychologica.

Kristen Bowman, sophomore Psychology major, is working with Dr. Faulkenberry as a FYRE (First-Year Research Experiences) intern on a project titled "The Effects of Numerical Fluency on Mental Representations of Two-Digit Numbers".

Michaela Rutledge, senior Psychology major, is working with Dr. Faulkenberry as an Undergraduate Research Assistant on a project titled "Spatial-numerical associations in mental arithmetic."

Chris Marble, senior Physics major, is working with Dr. Faulkenberry on a project titled "Investigating the reversibility of the SNARC effect."