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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 […]


Psychology professor, Dr. Kate Kellum, featured on podcast with Dr. Marcel Tassara

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/act-root-to-fruit/id1523294942?i=1000497254578


Psychology professor, Dr. Alan Gross, featured in UM News Story on the Blues Doctors.

Dr. Alan Gross was recently featured in the UM News. https://news.olemiss.edu/the-song-in-adam-gussows-head/


Dr. Schulenberg featured in UM News Story

https://news.olemiss.edu/can-you-stay-positive-during-a-pandemic/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=can-you-stay-positive-during-a-pandemic


Dr. Laura Dixon awarded research funding by Misophonia Research Fund

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 […]


LaMiss ACBS 2019

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.