APS 15th Annual Convention (2003)

The Ties That Bind Us: Social Neuroscience Provides Cerebral Answers to Life’s Social Problems

Social neuroscience assumes that the essential mechanisms of mind and behavior can only be explained by a partnership between biological and social approaches. Researchers in social neuroscience use various methodologies and levels of analysis in their pursuit of ever more broader, more comprehensive, theories of social processes and behavior. Like More

RiSE-UP Examines Cultural Differences and Freshmen Anxiety

The APS Student Caucus symposium for Research on Socially and Economically Underrepresented Populations or RiSE-UP included presentations by Wonkyong Lee, University of Waterloo; Mercedes Carswell, Michigan State University; and Yuri Miyamoto, University of Michigan. In her presentation, “Cultural Differences in Persuasion: Analysis of North American and Korean Print Ads,” Lee More

Student Grant Winners

The APS Student Caucus would like to thank everyone who entered the 2003 APSSC Student Grant Competition. In a peer-reviewed process, the research of three graduate students and one undergraduate student were selected as the 2003 winners: GRADUATE STUDENT WINNERS – Ming-Chou Ho, University of Kansas, “Perceptual Load Affects Mechanisms More