June 22, 2012
Psychology faculty and students present at annual meeting
Gary Brase, associate professor, presented "From fertility attitudes to fertility intentions: Measuring attitudes that predict reproductive plans" at the annual meeting of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society in Albuquerque, N.M., in June.
Brase and William Hill, doctoral student, presented "An examination of the frequentist hypothesis in cases of multi-cue Bayesian reasoning" also at the annual meeting of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society.
Brase and Lora Adair, master's student, presented "Predicting Plans for Parenthood: A proposed model of fertility decision making within the individual," also at the annual meeting of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society.
Satoris Culbertson, associate professor, and colleagues from the University of Memphis and Northern Arizona University will present "Work-family research has a public relations problem: Moving from organizational nicety to necessity," in "How work-family research can finally have an impact on organizations." The symposium will be presented at the Work and Family Researchers Network conference in New York.