Get Psyched!

On May 5, students will present on topics ranging from how perceptions of reality TV affect sociability to gendered discrepancies in judgment of murderers at the 20th Annual Pace University Psychology Conference on the NYC Campus.

On May 5, Dyson, the Psychology Department, Psi Chi, and the Confucius Institute will bring you the 20th Annual Pace University Psychology Conference, a full day of presentations and poster sessions from undergraduate and graduate students, panel discussions, networking, and keynote speakers, on the NYC Campus.

More than 15 presentations by undergraduate and graduate students from Pace, NYU, CUNY, Brown, and other schools range from the effects of font color on memory to the effects of people’s accents on perception to how perceptions of reality television affect sociability and interpersonal conflicts, and much more!

Following the morning presentations, there will be a buffet luncheon, international network lunch session, a special award recognition to Uwe Gielen, PhD, Professor of Psychology at St. Francis College and Executive Director of the Institute for International and Cross-Cultural Psychology.

Wade Pickren, PhD, chair of the Psychology Department at Pace, will give the keynote address on “In Search of the Golden Mean: Integrating Research and Teaching in Psychology,” which will be followed up by a poster session and panel sessions which will address topics like the impact of international exchange experiences on the careers of students and faculty, strategies for applying to graduate programs in psychology, and more! The conference will end with the Confucius Institute Anniversary Celebration and Raffle, featuring a performance by the New York Chinese Opera Society.

For more information or to register for the conference, visit http://pacepsychologyconference.net.