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Krueger Named Chairperson for the Social Psychology, Personality and Interpersonal...

Robert Krueger, PhD in the Department of Psychology at the University of Minnesota has accepted an offer to be the Chairperson for the Social Psychology, Personality and Interpersonal Processes Study Section (SPIP) for the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Krueger will hold the chairship for two-years.

Furman Publishes Research on Self-Talk and Healthy Eating

Celina Furman, University of Minnesota Psychology graduate student in the social area, recently published “Distanced Self-Talk Enhances Goal Pursuit to Eat Healthier.” in Clinical Psychological Science. Furman’s research suggests that reflecting on one’s food decisions in the third person may promote healthier eating habits for those with goals to do so by making health-related features of the foods more salient. The University of Michigan issued a press release highlighting the publication as Furman, the lead author and a former Michigan lab manager, collaborated with Michigan researchers on the research.

Frazier Quoted and Kathawalla Featured by USA Today

COVID-19 has taken things from us all. The losses that we all feel come from a wide range of sources: in-person education, graduation ceremonies, family events, national conferences/conventions, and many others.  Patricia Frazier, PhD, professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Minnesota discusses this in an interview with USA Today in an article titled “The coronavirus has robbed us all. Let yourself mourn the loss, experts say.”

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