APS Annual Convention | May 25-28 | Washington Hilton | Washington, D.C.
U-M Department of Psychology Reception: Saturday, May 27 from 4-5:30PM | Piscataway Room, Main Lobby Level
The following Department of Psychology faculty and students will present at the convention. Please visit the APS website for more information, including a complete convention schedule.
APS Award Recipients
Kent Berridge: APS William James Fellow Award
Nuo (Lori) Chen: 2023 RISE Research Award for Student Poster
Vonnie McLoyd: APS William James Fellow Award
Robert Sellers: APS Mentor Award
Kent Berridge: "Pleasure, Desire, and Addiction in the Brain" (William James Fellow Award Lecture)
Micaela Rodriguez: "Coming Together to Reduce Loneliness: Leveraging Multimodal Data and Methods to Understand Loneliness, Its Consequences, and Its Treatment"
Hans Schroeder: "Beliefs about Chemical Imbalances, Genetics, and Emotions in Depression and Addiction: Relations with Treatment Attitudes and Self-Efficacy"
Shayan Asadi: "Are the Criteria Used to Diagnose Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) Biased? Examining Criterion Contamination for BPD Criteria Based on Sexual Orientation"
Elias Chandarlis: "The Ethnic Similarities and Differences of the Relationship between Empathic Concern, Principle of Care, Social Trust and Prosocial Behaviors across Hispanic and Non-Hispanic Participants"
Nuo (Lori) Chen: "Women from Minority Ethnolinguistic Communities Struggle to Access United States Healthcare"
Christina Costa: "Positive Psychology and Disability: Disability As Human Strength"
Gabrielle Kubi: "I'm Going to Try to Make a Better Path... for the New Era of Us: Critical Conversation Spaces As Consciousness-Raising Contexts for Young Black Women"
Tanner Nichols: "Earned Interest: Behavior Surrounding Wealth Disparities in a Public Goods Game"
Yiyan Wang: "How Does Children's Trust Evolve in a Repeated Trust Game?"
T. Ariel Yang: "Negative Sexual Messaging Is Associated with Sex Guilt"
Yue Zhang: "Associations between Person-Specific Reward Processing Neural Networks and Internalizing Symptoms in Adolescents"