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Summer Session 2020 Department of Psychology Cornell

Details: PSYCH 1102 Introduction to Cognitive Science. Date / Time: June 22, 2020 - August 4, 2020, Monday - Friday 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Now online. Credits: 3 Instructor: Roy Moyal ([email protected]). Description: This course provides an introduction to the science of the mind. Everyone knows what it’s like to think and perceive, but this subjective experience provides little insight into how

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Winter Session 2020 Department of Psychology Cornell

Details: In this course, we will review the major theoretical paradigms of personality psychology, discuss contemporary research, theory, and methodology, and learn about key historical debates in the study of “personality”. Psych 3800 - Social Cognition (online course - no prerequisites) Dates: January 2, 2020 - January 18, 2020

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Home Department of Psychology Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: Neuroimaging reveals how ideology affects race perception. A neuroimaging study by Amy Krosch, assistant professor of psychology, suggests white political conservatives might overcategorize mixed-race faces as Black not because of an aversion to Blackness, but because of an affective reaction to racial mixing more generally, Krosch said.

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The Psychology Major Department of Psychology Cornell

Details: The approved list of courses and sequences may change. Passing a course or course sequence in statistics at some other college, university, or college-level summer school. The description of the course from the college catalog and the title and author of the textbook used must be submitted to Professor Thomas Cleland for approval.

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Graduate Department of Psychology Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: Graduate Course Spotlight: Psychology at the Sciencenter! When the 11 graduate students in PSYCH 4500, Psychology at the Sciencenter!, first walked into their classroom, instead of chairs they found a “maker” space: walls lined with shelves of crafts supplies like glue, string, foam board, nails, marbles, and the ever-versatile duct tape.

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Perception, Cognition and Development Department of

Details: Winter Session Courses 2020; Summer Session Courses 2020; Graduate. Graduate Admissions and Requirements; Graduate Student Directory; Travel Awards and Grants; Alumni. Undergraduate Alumni; Support the Department; Newsletter

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Active Learning Initiative funds nine projects

Details: The funded projects will affect courses at all levels, including sequences aimed at majors, survey courses for non-majors, and introductory, online and lab courses. In all, 70 faculty members will work on substantially changing the way they teach in more than 40 courses to over 4,500 students.

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spring 2020 reference Department of Psychology

Details: In 1892, Titchener was appointed to the Sage School of Philosophy, where all psych courses were offered. It was during that time period, until his death in 1927, that he propelled psychology courses to star status, urging the university to create a psychology department in 1915.

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Engaged Cornell grants fund undergrad and faculty research

Details: Engagement through MOOCs has researchers assessing the outcomes of community partnerships that are part of massive open online courses. Find more information about each project on the Engaged Cornell website. Ashlee McGandy is the content strategist in the Office of Engagement Initiatives. This story also appeared in the Cornell Chronicle.

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Diversity and Inclusion Department of Psychology Cornell

Details: Resources. Department of Psychology Equity Advocates: Equity Advocates are people within the department who will listen to your diversity and inclusion related concerns or ideas, help you brainstorm and investigate options and resources, bring issues/concerns to the attention of the department without having your name attached.(Not confidential in mandatory reporting situations.

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About Us Department of Psychology Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: Gifts can be directed by phone, or by donating via the online form and specifying "Department of Psychology" in the "Other" desgination on the form. Events APR 30 Human Development and Psychology Colloquium Series Colloquium to be presented by David Pizarro, Department of …

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Professor’s perceptron paved the way for AI – 60 years too

Details: Deep learning and neural networks – which can classify online images, for example, or enable language translation – are transforming society. As the Faculty of Computing and Information Science (CIS) celebrates its 20th year , Rosenblatt’s prescient research underscores Cornell’s pivotal role in …

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Application portal opens for new Klarman Fellowships

Details: The online application portal for the inaugural Klarman Fellowships has now opened, with a deadline of Oct. 15.. The Klarman Fellowships are expected to be among the most coveted in the country, providing postdoctoral opportunities to early-career scholars of outstanding talent, initiative and promise.

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College Scholars study AI, jury decisions, fake news and

Details: Although she took many courses in government, information science and communication, Liu said “a big part of my undergraduate career in Arts & Sciences was actually studying French. Sterling Williams-Ceci ’21 thinks the public is under-informed about the amount of personal data available online, much of which is out of their control, so

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Social sciences center awards COVID-19 grants Department

Details: The researchers will use online experimental social psychology methods to investigate the effect of moral values on the stigmatization of COVID-19 victims and willingness to help affected communities. Findings will have implications for effective public messaging to encourage prosocial and economic recovery. including how clusters of course

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A&S student spends summer studying perception and memory

Details: Through a grant from the College Scholars Program, Berke spent the summer conducting research with Hakwan Lau, associate professor of psychology at the University of California, Los Angeles. Berke conducted online psychophysics experiments, which test perceptual abilities and reaction times, in UCLA’s Consciousness and Metacognition Lab.

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Eight faculty members receive Weiss teaching awards

Details: To more effectively engage the 400-plus students in the electromagnetism course, Shen developed multiple online resources, including an array of YouTube videos and pre-lecture questions to reveal which topics required clarification. Students widely praised Shen’s teaching as “inspiring, enthusiastic, engaging and well-organized.”

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A&S students compete in December business competitions

Details: eLab is a business accelerator that accepts student teams for a yearlong experience of developing their businesses. eLab students take 5.5 credits of courses in the fall and spring semesters and receive one-on-one mentoring, legal consultations, a $5,000 investment in their business, a coworking space, access to pitch events in Ithaca and New

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Babies not so helpless, new study shows Department of

Details: The paper, “The Ecology of Prelinguistic Vocal Learning: Parents Simplify the Structure of Their Speech in Response to Babbling,” published online July 16 in the Journal of Child Language.The senior author is Michael Goldstein, associate professor of psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences and co-director of the B.A.B.Y. Lab. “Infants are actually shaping their own learning

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Cornell to celebrate Giving Day March 11 Department of

Details: Cornell will celebrate its seventh Giving Day March 11, in a 24-hour campaign bringing together Cornellians around the world to show their support for the university and compete in friendly challenges, a trivia night and more.. Last year’s Giving Day brought in more than $7 million from 10,145 donors. Cornellians – alumni, parents, students, faculty, staff and friends – showed their

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Twenty new Engaged Faculty Fellows named Department of

Details: A total of 20 faculty members from eight colleges have been named Engaged Faculty Fellows, committed to advancing community-engaged learning and scholarship at Cornell and within their academic disciplines.. The program is offered through the Office of Engagement Initiatives (OEI). Nearly 100 faculty members have become fellows since the program launched in 2013.

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Center for Social Sciences names 2020-21 faculty fellows

Details: Climate change, school segregation and online interaction are among the topics to be investigated by the Cornell Center for Social Sciences’ newest group of faculty fellows.. The center’s Faculty Fellows Program has named 11 faculty members from six colleges and schools as its 2020-21 cohort.

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Big Red podcasters: finding their voice Department of

Details: In her senior year at Cornell, Juliana Batista ’16 took a few courses focused on China—a decision which forever altered her life. In hindsight, Juliana is grateful to Cornell for allowing her to pivot late in her academic career and take courses outside her major in Industrial and Labor Relations.

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Chocolates and roses really do spell 'love,' researchers

Details: Evaluations of the online dating product did not change, probably because online dating products are not necessarily symbols of love itself. “When making evaluative judgments, people do not simply bring to mind a static attitude from memory,” the researchers noted in their paper, which published Feb. 14 in Frontiers in Psychology.

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When last comes first: the gender bias of names

Details: The studies looked at archival data in numerous online domains, including Rate My Professors. In an analysis of nearly 4,500 comments on that website, they found that students were 56 percent more likely to refer to a male professor by only his surname.

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Center’s grants seed diverse research in the social

Details: “Training Data for Encoding Social and Political Texts”: William Hobbs, assistant professor in the Department of Human Development (CHE), will search for and catalog surveys archived by the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research as a foundation for developing semi-automated tools that can encode and classify public opinion, hate speech

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Twenty-two Receive Awards Recognizing Inclusive Excellence

Details: Typically held as an in-person banquet in late April, this year’s celebration was moved online due to the university’s shift to remote operation. Though the date was initially chosen to not conflict with final exams and the original commencement dates, the timing was meaningful for other reasons.

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Graduate students help drive Cornell’s research mission

Details: Our focused mentor training programs help graduate students become effective mentors to undergraduates, guiding and growing undergraduate students’ capacities to contribute to scholarly inquiry and discovery, thereby further extending Cornell’s research mission. Other programs help graduate students communicate their research or scholarship

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Radical Collaboration sees new hires, custom approaches

Details: Task force updates are available online. The provost’s initiative “put new wind in the sails of the Cornell Initiative for Digital Agriculture,” said Susan McCouch, Ph.D. ’90, the Barbara McClintock Professor of Plant Breeding and Genetics. She is the director of CIDA and a …

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Arts and Sciences faculty honored for advising, teaching

Details: Recipients receive a stipend and a TA package for their department. The Appel fellowships have recognized faculty excellence since 1995 and give recipients a semester's sabbatical leave at full salary to write, develop new courses, conduct research or otherwise enrich their teaching and scholarship.

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Grants fund 15 community-engaged research projects

Details: Cornell student and faculty researchers and their community partners will use this year’s Engaged Cornell research grants to study Cornell’s socio-economic impact on Tompkins County, whether mobile research labs effectively engage underrepresented populations, and whether farmer-led research in Malawi influenced student learning and development.

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Source credibility is key to derailing fake news

Details: Fake news is a threat to American democratic institutions, whether through online election interference or, in extreme cases, inciting violence. It also can destroy a person’s reputation and career. Social media companies are spending huge amounts of money to combat the problem but with little success.

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Study: Gratitude for experiences brings surprising

Details: In addition to experiments they conducted, the researchers found real-world evidence for this by looking at 1,200 online customer reviews, half for experiential purchases like restaurant meals and hotel stays and half for material purchases like furniture and clothing.

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Political polarization may be less about ideology than

Details: Within each world, participants took turns filling out an online survey to indicate whether they agreed or disagreed with a series of unfamiliar political and cultural issues. In two of the 10 “worlds,” the survey was private, but in the other eight, whenever a partisan took a position on a …

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Graduate Admissions and Requirements Department of

Details: The Field Structure. At Cornell, graduate study is organized using a field structure. Fields are composed of faculty members from a number of departments who come together around a shared intellectual interest, and may draw from different campuses or colleges.

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2018 Affinito-Stewart research grants awarded; 2019

Details: Nine Cornell faculty members have been awarded Affinito-Stewart research grants for the 2018-19 academic year. The program, administered by the President’s Council of Cornell Women (PCCW), some of whom are pictured right, was established in 1990 to help the university increase the number of women in tenured faculty positions.

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