psychology

Disgust, Discussed

Can disgust lead to feelings of aggresion? UK doctoral student asks the question

Off DeWall: Wired co-Director Goes to China

Off DeWall: Wired co-Director Goes to China (July 20, 2011)

Wired has the mission of connecting members of the UK family with each other and our local and global communities. This is my first blog entry to show you how I live this mission. I’m in the air right now, on my way to China. I’ll be there for a month doing a bunch of different things devoted to connecting members of the UK family to the global community.

First, I’ll be teaching a short course to Chinese students at Sun Yat-Sen University, which is located in a town called Guangzhou (pronounced GWAN-JOE). It’s in the Southern Part of China, making it something like the Miami of the People’s Republic of China (PRC). I’ll teach psychology students about social psychological research—how to do it, how to evaluate it, and how to get excited about it. I’ll focus on my areas of interest: interpersonal relationships, self-control, and aggression.

Second, I’ll give a speech to the School of Psychology on my research program on how people respond to social exclusion. I relish the opportunity to share the research we’ve conducted at the University of Kentucky with the Chinese faculty and students.

UK Student Finds His Path on Cape Town Trip

Student studies abroad as part of A&S initiative

UK Psychology Grad Wins Major Yale Fellowship

Suzanna Mitchell goes on to research infants at risk for autism at prestigious Yale University.

Educators Recognized for Great Teaching

Psychology professor Monica Kern among educators honored in Teachers Who Made a Difference program.

Dogs and Self-Control: Holly Miller

Holly Miller, a graduate student in the Department of Psychology, has recently received a lot of press for her research, which uses dogs as experiment subjects to test the effects of glucose on self-control. Miller's research addresses the physiological reasons for failures in self-control, but her conclusions are not just useful to understanding dog psychology, since expending glucose affects all mammals, including humans.

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Learning from Kids: Christia Brown

Christia Brown, a professor in the Department of Psychology, focuses on childhood psychology, specifically looking at gender and ethnic discrimination among children. Brown and her team work within Fayette County Schools to gather information about the sources of discrimination--sources which are often difficult to pin down.

This podcast was produced by Cheyenne Hohman.

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Interdisciplinary & International: A&S in 2020 with Betty Lorch

Betty Lorch, Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences, speaks about the value of an Arts and Sciences education.

This podcast was produced by Cheyenne Hohman.

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Drug Use and Adolescents: Michael Bardo

Michael Bardo, a professor in the Department of Psychology and the director of CDART (the Center for Drug Abuse Research Translation), is dedicated to finding out the biological phenomena that underlie behaviors associated with drug abuse and to finding ways to make that research useful to programs that develop and provide prevention services. Bardo discusses his findings and ideas for how to enhance drug abuse education in the future.

This podcast was produced by Cheyenne Hohman.

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ADHD & Reading Comprehension: Richard Milich

Richard Milich, a professor in the Department of Psychology here at UK, has been doing research on ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) for decades to learn how ADHD affects learning. With support from a colleague and a new grant, Milich hopes to continue to help ADHD children improve their reading comprehension skills.

This podcast was produced by Cheyenne Hohman.

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