The Science of Happily Ever After is an in-depth look on the science behind how to choose a great mate and find enduring love. Dr. Tashiro will explain how three simple wishes can increase our chances for living HAPPILY EVER AFTER. Dr. Tashiro received his Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Minnesota. He is the relationship expert for the Discovery Network's Fit and Health Channel.
Gene was the only University of Minnesota - Twin Cities faculty to achieve this honor and the only social psychologist in the United States within this year's round. In all, the AAAS Council elected 388 members as Fellows across scientific disciplines. These individuals will be recognized for their contributions at the Fellows Forum to be held on 15 February 2014 during the AAAS Annual Meeting in Chicago, Illinois. Congratulations to Gene on this much-deserved honor!
Professor Jeff Simpson has been elected incoming president of the International Association for Relationship Research (IARR). His 2-year term begins in July of 2014.
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, is the official journal for APA Division 45 (Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity, and Race). It is considered the premier psychology journal for ethnic studies. Rich will begin his editorial duties on January 1, 2014.
Its purpose is to inspire, reward, and support academic excellence by awarding full tuition scholarships to exceptional students during their senior year in CLA. Elisa is one of just ten scholarship recipients from across the College of Liberal Arts.
Chloe Miron's paper "Evidence for Human Oestrus: Support for the Ovulatory Shift Hypothesis" has been chosen as the First Place recipient of the Sharon Borine Award!
Eric Thorsen's paper "qEEG and fMRI Predict Relapse Risk in Abstinent Substance Abusers: Scaled Use is Advocated" has been chosen as the Second Place recipient of the Sharon Borine Award!
Kelley Redmond's paper " Predicting Academic Achievement of Latin-American Immigrant Students: Bilingualism and Biculturalism" has been chosen as the Third Place recipient of the Sharon Borine Award!