Psychology professor and students publish paper exploring links between dark personality and responses to COVID-19
New publication in “Personality and Individual Differences” Is the COVID-19 pandemic even darker for some? Examining dark personality and affective, cognitive, and behavioral responses to the COVID-19 pandemic Abstract: As the COVID-19 pandemic and interventions intended to minimize its spread continue to impact daily life, personality research may help to address the different ways in […]
Dr. Alan Gross was recently featured in the UM News. https://news.olemiss.edu/the-song-in-adam-gussows-head/
The Misophonia Research Fund (Initiative of the Ream Foundation) awarded funding to Dr. Laura Dixon’s research proposal entitled “Advancing the Characterization and Assessment of Misophonia through Laboratory and Population-based Research”. Misophonia is a recently acknowledged clinical phenomena describing strong negative reactions to particular sounds (e.g., chewing, pen clicking), and for some individuals, this experience results […]
The inaugural LaMiss ACBS Conference was held at the University of Mississippi at the end of July 2019 and a good time was had by all. The conference had two days with four tracks, with nearly 200 participants, many of which are Psychology Alumni.