Stephanie Madon                              phone: 515-294-2932

Department of Psychology              

W112 Lagomarcino Hall

Iowa State University

Ames, IA 50011-3180

e-mail: madon@iastate.edu

 

 

 

ACADEMIC POSITIONS:

2014 – present          Professor, Iowa State University

2007 – 2014              Associate Professor, Iowa State University

1999 – 2007              Assistant Professor, Iowa State University

EDUCATION:

1998 Ph.D. Social Psychology: Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ

1994 M.S. Social Psychology: Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ

1990 M.Ed. Counseling Psychology: University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT

1987 B.A. Psychology: Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ

EXTERNAL GRANTS (ACTIVE):

National Science Foundation, SES-1155162 (2012-2015). Total costs: $240,732

Title: Psychological Causes of Criminal Confessions: The Role of Interrogation Myopia 

PI: Stephanie Madon with Co-PIs: Max Guyll, Gary Wells

National Science Foundation, SES-1155162 (2013-2015). Total costs: $14,770

Title: Research Experience for Undergraduates: Psychological Causes of Criminal Confessions: The Role of Interrogation Myopia.

PI: Stephanie Madon with Co-PIs: Max Guyll, Gary Wells

National Science Foundation, SES-1324283 (2014-2017). Total costs: $289,091

        Title: Research Coordination Network on Understanding Guilty Pleas

        PI: Shawn Bushway with Co-PIs: Allison Redlich, Anne Piehl, Brian Johnson

Steering Committee Members: Stephanie Madon, Vanessa Edkins, Stephanos Bibas, Sonja Starr, Bryan McCannon, Cassia Spohn, Ryan King, Besiki Kutateladze


EXTERNAL GRANTS (EXPIRED):

 

National Science Foundation, SES-082526 (2008-2010). Total costs: $15,000

Title: Research Experience for Undergraduates: The Accumulation of Self-Fulfilling Prophecy Effects Across Perceivers

PI: Stephanie Madon

National Science Foundation, SES-082526 (2006-2010). Total costs: $132,667

Title: The Accumulation of Self-Fulfilling Prophecy Effects Across Perceivers

PI: Stephanie Madon with Co-PI: Lee Jussim

American Psychological Foundation (1996). Total costs: $1,000

Title: The Best Guess Model of Stereotyping: Information Seekers Versus Cognitive Misers

PI: Stephanie Madon

The Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (1995). Total Costs: $950

Title: Accuracy Motivation as a Moderator of Stereotyping

PI: Stephanie Madon

INTERNAL RESEARCH GRANTS AND SUPPORT:

2014:     Iowa State University, Freshman Honors Program Research Grant ($324)

2013:     Iowa State university, Freshmen Honors Program Research Grant ($275)

2012:     Iowa State University, Freshmen Honors Program Research Grants ($463)  

2011:     Iowa State University, Freshmen Honors Program Research Grants ($632)

2010:     Iowa State University, Freshman Honors Program Research Grant ($500)

2009:     Iowa State University, LAS Small Grants Program ($1,200)

2008:     Iowa State University, LAS Small Grants Program ($668)

2007:     Iowa State University Freshman Honors Program Research Grant ($500)

2006:     Iowa State University Freshman Honors Program Research Grant ($230)

2005:     Iowa State University, LAS Small Grants Program ($961)

2005:     Iowa State University Freshman Honors Program Research Grant ($250)

2005:     Iowa State University, Department of Psychology, Psychology Summer Research Grant, ($5,380).

2004:     Iowa State University, Department of Psychology, Psychology Summer Research Grant, ($5,333).

2003:     Iowa State University, Department of Psychology, Psychology Summer Research Grant, ($5,176).

2002:     Iowa State University, Institute for Social and Behavioral Research, Mentored Grants Program ($6,800)

2002:     Iowa State University, Provost’s Office, Faculty Development Grant ($14,266)

2002:     Iowa State University Freshman Honors Program Research Grant ($103)

2001:     Iowa State University, Provost’s Office, Faculty Research Support ($4,954)

2001:     Iowa State University, Freshman Honors Program Research Grant ($162)

AWARDS AND HONORS

2013         Martin F. Fritz Excellence in Research Award, Psychology Department, Iowa State University

2011         Excellence in Departmental Service, Psychology Department, Iowa State University

2010         Outstanding Iowa State University Professor, Student Support Services Program, Iowa State University

2007         Master Teacher, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Iowa State University

2006         Exceptional Teaching in a Large Enrollment Course, Department of Psychology, Iowa State University

2006         Faculty Exceptional Student Support Recognition, Iowa State University

2005         Faculty Exceptional Student Support Recognition, Iowa State University

2004         Favorite Faculty Member, Omega Delta Chapter of Delta Delta Delta, Iowa State University

1994         Best Master’s Thesis, New Jersey Psychological Association

1987         Margaret Yardley Fellowship: Scholarship for Graduate Studies, New Jersey's Women's Association

1985         Munger Scholarship Award: Undergraduate Studies, Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey

1985         Graduated with Honors: Douglass College, Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey

1985-87   Dean’s List: Douglass College, Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey

 

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS: (* = Student; ɸ = Former student)

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*Yang, Y., Madon, S., & Guyll, M. (accepted). Short-sighted confession decisions: The role of uncertain and delayed consequences. Law and Human Behavior. 

 

*Lannin, D. G., Guyll, M., Krizan, Z., Madon, S., & Cornish, M. (in press). When are grandiose and vulnerable narcissists least helpful? Personality and Individual Differences.

 

Guyll, M., Madon, S., *Yang, Y., ɸScherr, K. C., *Lannin, D., & Greathouse, S. (2013). Physiological reactions to interrogation stress: Differences between the guilty and the innocent. Law and Human Behavior, 37, 366-375.

 

Madon, S., Guyll, M., *Scherr, K., Willard, J., Spoth, R. & Vogel, D. (in press). The role of the self-fulfilling prophecy in adolescents' responsiveness to a substance use prevention program. Journal of Applied Social Psychology.

 

*Scherr, K. C. & Madon, S. (2013). It's Not That Important, Just Go Ahead and Sign It":  An Experimental Examination of Miranda Waivers and Comprehension.

Law and Human Behavior, 37, 208-218. 

 

Madon, S., *Yang, Y., *Smalarz, L., Guyll, M., & ɸScherr, K. C. (2013). How Factors Present During The Immediate Interrogation Situation Produce Short-Sighted Confession Decisions. Law and Human Behavior, 37, 60-74.

 

Madon, S., Guyll, M., *Scherr, K. C., Greathouse, S., Wells, G. (2012). The Differential Effect Of Proximal And Distal Consequences On Confession Decisions. Law and Human Behavior, 36, 13-20.

 

*Scherr, K. C., & Madon, S. (2012). You Have the Right to Understand:  The Deleterious Effect of Stress on Suspects' Ability to Comprehend Miranda. Law and Human Behavior, 36, 275-282.

 

*Willard, J., Madon, S., *Buller, A., Guyll, M., & *Scherr, K. (2012). The accumulation of shared expectations. European Journal of Social Psychology, 42, 497–508 (2012).

 

Boysen, G. A., Fisher, M., DeJesus, M., Vogel, D. L., & Madon, S. (2011). The mental health stereotype about gay men: The relation between gay men’s self-stereotype and stereotypes about heterosexual women and lesbians. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 39, 329-360.

 

Crawford, J., Cain, T., Jussim, L., Madon, S., Thomas, C. R., & Stevens, S. T. (2011). The Use of Stereotypes and Individuating Information in Political Person Perception. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 37, 529-542.

 

Madon, S., ɸWillard, J., Guyll, M., & *Scherr, K. C. (2011). Self-fulfilling prophecies: Mechanisms, power, and links to social problems. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 5, 578-590.

 

*Scherr, K. C., Madon, S., Guyll, M., *Willard J., & Spoth, R. (2011). Self-verification as a mediator of self-fulfilling prophecy effects across contexts: How mothers’ beliefs shape their adolescents’ educational attainment. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 37, 587-600.

 

*Seeman, J. C., Vogel, D. L., Madon, S., & *Heimerdinger-Edwards, S. (2011). The power of touch: Nonverbal communication within heterosexual married dyads. The Counseling Psychologist, 39, 762-785.

 

Guyll, M., Madon, S., Prieto, L., & *Scherr, K. C. (2010). The Potential Roles of Self-Fulfilling Prophecies, Stigma Consciousness, and Stereotype Threat in Linking Latino/a Ethnicity and Educational Outcomes. Journal of Social Issues, 66, 113-130.

 

Madon, S., Guyll, M., *Buller, A. A., *Scherr, K., *Willard, J., & Spoth, R. (2008). The mediation of mothers’ self-fulfilling effects on their children’s alcohol use: Self-verification, informational conformity and modeling processes. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 95, 369-384.

 

*Willard, J., Madon, S., Guyll, M., Spoth, R., & Jussim, L. (2008). Self-efficacy as a moderator of positive and negative self-fulfilling prophecy effects: Mothers’ beliefs and children’s alcohol use. European Journal of Social Psychology, 38, 499-520.

 

Boysen, G., Vogel, D. L. & Madon,S.(2006). A public versus private administration of the Implicit Association Test. European Journal of Social Psychology, 36, 845-856.

 

Boysen, G., Vogel, D., Madon, S. & Wester, S. (2006). Counselors’ mental health stereotypes of gay males. Sex Roles, 54, 69-82

 

Madon, S., Guyll, M., *Hilbert, S., *Kyriakatos, E., & Vogel, D. L. (2006). Stereotyping the stereotypic: When individuals match social stereotypes. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 36, 178-205.

 

Madon, S., *Willard, J., Guyll, M., Trudeau, L., & Spoth, R. (2006). Self-fulfilling prophecy effects of mothers' beliefs on children's alcohol use: Accumulation, dissipation, and stability over time. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 90, 911-926.

 

Lillihoj, C. J., Trudeau, L. Spoth, R., & Madon, S. (2005). Externalizing behaviors as predictors of substance initiation trajectories among rural adolescents Journal of Adolescent Health, 37, 493-501.

 

Madon, S., Smith, A. E., & Guyll, M. (2005). Social norms regarding protected status and threat reactions to the stigmatized. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 35, 572-602.

 

Guyll, M. & Madon, S. (2004). Effects of trait hostility and self-relevance on social information processing. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 26,  263-276.

 

Madon, S., Guyll, M., & Spoth, R. L. (2004). The self-fulfilling prophecy as an intra-family dynamic. Journal of Family Psychology, 18, 459–469.

 

Madon, S., Guyll, M., Spoth, R. L., & *Willard, J. (2004). Self-fulfilling prophecies: The synergistic accumulation of parents’ beliefs on children's drinking behavior. Psychological Science, 15, 837-845.

 

Guyll, M., & Madon, S. (2003). Trait hostility: The breadth and specificity of schema effects. Personality and Individual Differences, 34, 681-693.

 

Madon, S., Guyll, M., Spoth, R. L., Cross, S. E. & *Hilbert, S. J. (2003). The self-fulfilling influence of mother expectations on children's underage drinking. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 84, 1188–1205.

 

Vogel, D. L., Wester, S. R., Heesacker, M., Madon, S. (2003). Confirming sex stereotypes: A social role perspective. Sex Roles, 48, 519-528.

 

Madon, S., Guyll, M., Aboufadel, K., *Montiel, E., Smith, A., Palumbo, P., & Jussim, J. (2001). Ethnic and national stereotypes:  The Princeton trilogy revisited and revised. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 27, 996-1010. Tables 3 - 10

 

Madon, S., Smith, A., Jussim, L., Russell, D., *Walkiewicz, M., Eccles, J., & Palumbo, P. (2001). Am I as you see me or do you see me as I am?: Self-fulfilling prophecy, self-verification and agreement. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 27, 1214-1224.

 

Madon, S., Jussim, L., *Keiper, S., Eccles, J., Smith, A., & Palumbo, P. (1998). The accuracy and power of sex, social class and ethnic stereotypes:  A naturalistic study in person perception. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 24, 1304-1318.

 

Smith, A., Jussim, L., Eccles, J., *VanNoy, M., Madon, S., & Palumbo, P. (1998). Self-fulfilling prophecies, perceptual biases and accuracy at the individual and group level. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 34, 530-561.

 

Madon, S. (1997). What do people believe about gay males?  A study of stereotype content and strength. Sex Roles, 37, 663-685.

 

Madon, S., Jussim, L., & Eccles, J. (1997). In search of the powerful self-fulfilling prophecy. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 72, 791-809.

 

Jussim, L., Eccles, J., & Madon, S. (1996). Social perception, social stereotypes, and teacher expectations:  Accuracy and the quest for the powerful self-fulfilling prophecy. In M. P. Zanna (Ed.), Advances in Experimental Social Psychology (Vol., 28, pp. 281-388). San Diego, CA: Academic Press.

CHAPTERS, COMMENTS, and ENCYLOPEDIA ENTRIES: (* = Student; ɸ = Former student)

*Yang, Y. Madon, S., & ɸWillard, J. (in press). False Confessions. In Randal W. Summers (Ed.), Social psychology: How other people influence our thoughts and actions. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO Publishers

 

*Willard, J., Madon, S., *Buller, A., & *Scherr, K. (2008). Self-fulfilling prophecies. Encyclopedia of race, ethnicity, and society. Sage Publications.

 

Madon, S., *Willard, J., *Buller, A. A. & *Scherr, K. (2007). Self-fulfilling prophecies. International encyclopedia of the social sciences (2nd Ed.). Farmington Hills, MI: Thomson/Gale.

 

Guyll, M., & Madon, S. (2000). Ethnicity research and theoretical conservatism. [Comment]. American Psychologist, 55, 1509-1510.

 

Jussim, L., Palumbo, P., Chatman, C., Madon, S., & Smith, A. (2000). Stigma and self-fulfilling prophecies. In T. Heatherton, R. Kleck, J. Hull, D. Cioffi (Eds.), The social psychology of stigma (pp. 374-418). New York, NY: The Guilford Press.

 

Jussim, L., Smith, A., Madon, S., & Palumbo, P. (1998). Teacher expectations. In J. Brophy (Ed.), Advances in research on teaching, (Vol. 7, pp. 1-48). Stanford, CT:  JAI Press Inc.

 

Jussim, L., Madon, S., & Chatman, C. (1994). Teacher expectations and student achievement:  Self-fulfilling prophecies, perceptual biases and accuracy. In L. Heath, F. Bryant, J. Edwards, E. Henderson, J. Myers, E. Posavac, Y. Suarez-Balcazer, and R. S. Tindale (Eds.), Applications of heuristics and biases to social issues (pp. 303-334). New York, NY:  Plenum Publishing Corp.

 

INVITED PAPERS, COLLOQUIA, SYMPOSIA, & PANELS: (* = Student; ɸ = Former student)

 

Madon, S. (2013, June). False Confessions. Presented at the Iowa Public Defender’s Conference: On the Defense: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Gideon v. Wainwright and the 25th Anniversary of Iowa’s State Public Defender, Des Moines, IA.

Madon, S., *Yang, Y., *Smalarz, L., & Guyll, M. (2012, March). Short-Sighted Confession Decisions: The Role of Expected Interrogation Length. Presented at the American Psychology-Law Society annual conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Guyll, M., Madon, S., *Yang, Y., ɸScherr, K. C., *Lannin, D., *Smalarz, L., Wells, G., & Greathouse, S. (2012, March). Physiological reactions to interrogation stress: Differences between the guilty and the innocent. Presented at the American Psychology-Law Society annual conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Madon, S. (2012, January). Criminal Confessions. Invited lecture for English 205: Popular Cultural Analysis, Dr. Matthew Sivils. Iowa State University.

Madon, S. (2011, June). Faculty Panelist. Family Program Orientation. College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Iowa State University, Ames, IA.

Madon, S. (2011, April). Why do criminal suspects confess? An analysis of the underlying psychological mechanisms of confession decisions. Invited paper. Midwestern Conference on Professional Psychology, Minnesota State University, Mankato, MN.

Madon, S. (2011, April). Moderator. Symposium on Undergraduate Research & Creative Expression. Iowa State University.

Madon, S., Guyll, M., *Scherr, K. C., Greathouse, S., & Wells, G. L. (2011, March). The Differential Effect Of Proximal And Distal Consequences On The Elicitation Of Criminal Confessions. In S. Madon (Chair), Causes of Confession Decisions and Solutions to Wrongful Conviction. Symposium presented at the annual conference of the American Psychology – Law Society, Miami, FL.

Madon, S. (2010, June). Faculty Panelist. Summer Orientation. College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Iowa State University, Ames, IA.

Madon, S. (2009, August). New Faculty Orientation. Research Funding Panel member. Iowa State University, Ames, IA.

Madon, S. (2009, May). The cumulative self-fulfilling effect of a social stereotype. Invited Paper. Presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

Madon, S. (2009, April). Moderator. Symposium on Undergraduate Research & Creative Expression. Iowa State University.

Madon, S., Guyll, M., Spoth, R., & *Scherr, K. (2009, April). Self-Verification Processes as a Mediator of Mothers’ Self-Fulfilling Effects on Children’s Alcohol Use. In C. M. Buchanan (Chair), Mechanisms of Self-Fulfilling Prophecies During Adolescence. Symposium presented at the Society for Research in Child Development, Denver, CO.

Madon, S., Guyll, M., & Spoth, R. (2008, October). The mediation of mothers’ self-fulfilling effects. Invited colloquium. University of Northern Iowa, IA.

Madon, S. (2008, May). Freshman Orientation teaching video. Liberal Arts and Sciences, Iowa State University, Ames, IA.

Madon, S. (2008, April). Psychological science, Science Night, Fellows Elementary School, Ames, IA.

Madon, S. (2008, February). Master Teacher Forum, LAS, Iowa State University, Ames, IA

*Scherr, K., Madon, S., *Willard, J., *Buller, A. A., & Guyll, M. (2007, May). Searching for the powerful self-fulfilling prophecy:  Achieving power through accumulation. Invited talk. Association for Psychological Science, Washington D. C.

Madon, S. (2007, April). Psychological science, Science Night, Fellows Elementary School, Ames, IA.

Madon, S. (2006, October). Self-fulfilling prophecies and social problems: Searching for the link. Invited colloquium. University of Vermont, Burlington, VT.

Madon, S. (2006, April). Self-fulfilling prophecies and social problems: What parents think – What kids drink. Invited address. Psi Chi Awards Banquet. Iowa State University, Ames, IA.

Madon, S. (2006, March). What parents think – What kids drink: The self-fulfilling effects of parents’ beliefs on children’s alcohol use. Invited presentation, Science Bound, Des Moines, IA.

Madon, S., *Willard, Guyll, Trudeau, & Spoth, R. (2006, June). Self-fulfilling prophecy effects: Accumulation over time. In T. K. Vescio (Chair), The role of expectancy confirmation in the creation, maintenance and correction of social problems. Symposium presented at the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, Long Beach, CA.

Madon, S. (2006, April). Psychological science, Science Night, Fellows Elementary School, Ames, IA.

Madon, S. (2006, March). Dual Career Couples. Panel member. Preparing Future Faculty. Iowa State University, Ames, IA.

Madon, S. (2005, September). The accumulation of self-fulfilling prophecy effects. Invited paper. Social Psychologists Around the Midwest, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE.

Madon, S., *Willard, J., Guyll, M., Trudeau, L., & Spoth, R. (2005, August). The Self-Fulfilling Prophecy Effects of Mothers’ Beliefs on Children’s Alcohol Use. In T. K. Vescio (Chair), How beliefs create reality – The legacy of behavioral confirmation. Symposium presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Madon, S. (2004, March). Service, family, and tenure. Panel organizer and member. Iowa State University, Ames, IA.

Madon, S., Guyll, M., Spoth, R., & *Willard, J. (2004, January). The accumulation of self-fulfilling prophecies. In S. Sinclair & J. Huntsinger (Co-Chairs), You are who you know: New perspectives on the social basis of the self. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Austin, TX.

Madon, S. (2004, December). Self-fulfilling prophecies and social problems: Is there a link?. Invited colloquium. Montana State University, Bozeman, MT.

Madon, S. (2004, December). Self-fulfilling prophecies and social problems: Is there a link?. Invited colloquium. University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX.

Madon, S. (1999, November). Stereotyping in impression formation: Cognitive misers versus information seekers. Invited colloquium. Rutgers University – The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ.

Madon, S. (1999, December). Stereotyping in impression formation: Cognitive misers versus information seekers. Invited colloquium. Iowa State University, Ames, IA.

Madon, S. (1998, February). In search of the powerful self-fulfilling prophecy. Invited colloquium. Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA.

Madon, S. (1998, February). In search of the powerful self-fulfilling prophecy. Invited colloquium. Colgate University, Hamilton, NY.

Madon, S. (1998, February). In search of the powerful self-fulfilling prophecy. Invited colloquium. Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA.

Madon, S. (1998, February). In search of the powerful self-fulfilling prophecy. Invited colloquium. Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA.

Madon, S. (1997, December). In search of the powerful self-fulfilling prophecy. Invited colloquium. University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA.

SELECTED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS: (* = Student; ɸ = Former student)

*Scherr, K. C., & Madon, S. (2011, March).  You have the right to understand: The deleterious effect of stress on suspect's Miranda comprehension. Poster presented at the annual conference

of the American Psychology-Law Society, Miami, FL.

 

*Smalarz, L., Greathouse, S., Madon, S., & Guyll, M. (2011, March). Differential effects of plausible versus implausible false evidence on confession rates Poster presented at the annual

conference of the American Psychology-Law Society, Miami, FL.

 

*Yang, Y., Madon, S., & Guyll, M. (2011, March). How the Length of an Interrogation Increases Suspects’ Tendency to Make Short-Sighted Confession Decisions. Poster presented at the

annual conference of the American Psychology-Law Society, Miami, FL.

 

*Scherr, K. C., Madon, S., Guyll, M., *Yang, Y. (2011, January).  The effect of stress caused by social pressures on individuals’ Miranda rights comprehension.  Poster presented at the annual

conference of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Antonio, TX.

 

Madon, S., Guyll, M., *Exley, W., *Fiueroa, H., *Molina, R., *Olson, K., & *Scherr, K. C. (January, 2010). Pay me now – Pay me later: How the structure of criminal interrogations capitalizes on

a ‘here and now’ bias to elicit confessions from criminal suspects. Presented at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Las Vegas, NV.

 

Madon, S., *Willard, J., *Scherr, K., *Buller, A. A., *Oji O & Guyll, M. (2008, May). The cumulative self-fulfilling effects of social stereotypes. Presented at the Association for Psychological

Science, Chicago, IL.

 

*Scherr, K., Madon, S., Guyll, M., *Buller, A. A., *Willard, J., & Spoth, R. (2008, May). The mediation of self-fulfilling prophecies: Self-verification, informational conformity, and modeling

processes. Presented at the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL.

 

*Willard, J., Madon, S., Guyll, M., *Buller, A. A., & *Scherr, K. C. (2008, May). The convincing nature of shared expectations. Presented at the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL.

 

*Scherr, K. C., Madon, S., *Willard, J., & *Buller, A. A. (May, 2007).  Searching for the powerful self-fulfilling prophecy:  Achieving power though accumulation.  Poster presented at the Association for

Psychological Science Conference.  Washington, D.C.

CURRENT TEACHING:

Social Cognition

Introduction to Social Psychology

 

SELECTED MEDIA COVERAGE and INTERVIEWS:

 

Psychology Today: Two Beliefs are Stronger than One (April, 2005)

Inside Iowa State: Parents’ Influence On Children May Be Stronger Than They Thought (2-14-05).

Inside Iowa State & LAS News: Mother's self-fulfilling prophecy impacts child's alcohol use (6-16-05).

Reuters Health: If Parents Think Kids Will Drink, They Likely Will (12-29-05).

Reuters News: Interview with Lynn Adler, Media’s self-fulfilling effect on housing bubble (6-30-05).

Des Moines Register – Iowa Life Section: ISU study links mothers' estimates to teen drinking (7-05-06).

KCSN Radio, University California Northridge: Radio interview (9-19-06).

Reuters News: Interview with Patrick Rucker, Stubborn sellers could harm housing sector (10-19-06).

Reuters News: Interview with Joanne Morrison, Fear of U.S. recession could help drive one (2-22-08).

ISU News Service: Iowa State study finds mom's beliefs may impact their kids' alcohol use (9-15-08)

Los Angeles Times: So many ways to mess up our kids, so little time (9-21-08).

WHO News Radio 1040; KNXO 1460; ISU Study On Booze Views, (9-16-08).

ISU TV Chanel 18: Interview with Patrick McDaniel (9-29-08)

Around LAS: Alcohol Trends (10-06-08).

Iowa State Daily: Interviewed by Hilary Bassett, Students up in arms over gun laws (2-10-11)

WHO News Radio 1040, Des Moines, IA: Interview with Rebecca Maxwell, Confessions (2-16-11).

KCSN News: Interview with reporter Martha Maciel, Confessions (2-21-11).

Iowa State Daily: Interviewed by Brandon Hallmark, Research shows innocent suspects falsely confess to crimes (2-24-11)

Ames Tribune: Study examines confessions (2-20-11).

Psychology Today: Optimism, Optimized: The tactical game of getting ahead (5-3-11).

Selected Websites: Innocence Project (2-18-11); AP-LS, In the News Futurity.org (2-16-11); Physorg.com (2-17-11); Soursenews.com (confessions) (2-16-11);

WOWT.com (2-18-11); mlb.msg.com (2-18-11); worldnews (wn.com) (2-18-11) topix.com (2-18-11) rr.com (2-18-11); Sciencedaily.com (2-20-11);

esciencenews.com (2-18-11); euerekalert.com (2-18-11); nanopatentsandinnovations.blogspot.com (2-18-11); thaindian.com (2-19-11); boscoocsob.xanga.com (2-21-11);

dnaindia.com (2-19-11); www.sott.ne (2-18-11); domeofthesky.com (2-20-11); domeofthesky.com (2-20-11); patriciashannon.blogspot.com (2-20-11); davisvanguard.org (2-19-11);

law.journalfeeds.com (2-11-11); www.newkerala.com (2-19-11); uscollegeranking.org (2-16-11); laboratoryequipment.com (2-17-11);

sciencecodex.com (2-18-11); uspolitics.einnews.com (2-21-11)

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:

2009 – present   American Psychology – Law Society

2006 – present   Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, Member

2006 – present   Society of Experimental Social Psychology, Member

2005 – present   American Psychological Society, Member

2001 – 2004       American Psychological Association, Member

2000 – present   Midwestern Psychological Association, Member

2000 – present  Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Member

1992 – 2000      American Psychological Association, Student Member

1992 – 1998      Eastern Psychological Association, Student Member

1993 – 1994      New Jersey Psychological Association, Student Affiliate

 

SELECTED AWARDS AND HONORS OBTAINED BY STUDENTS I HAVE MENTORED:

 

2013     Turnage Scholarship, Psychology Department, Iowa State University, Awarded to Emily Johnson

2012     APPLE Research Fellowship ($3,000), AP-LS, Awarded to Jacob Solomon

2012     Graduate Research Grant ($1,500), Psi-Chi, Awarded to Laura Smalarz

2012     First place research presentation, Iowa Psychological Association, Awarded to Emily Johnson

2012     Honorable mention research presentation, Iowa Psychological Association, Awarded to Charles Shivvers and Kate Malott

2011     Outstanding Empirical Journal Article, Iowa State University, Awarded to Kyle C. Scherr

2010     Graduate College Teaching Award, Iowa State University, Awarded to Kyle C. Scherr

2009     Graduate College Research Award, Iowa State University, Awarded to Rachel Reimer

2008     Graduate College Research Award, Iowa State University, Awarded to Jennifer Willard

2007     University Honors Program Grant, Iowa State University, Awarded to Ozioma Oji

2007     Graduate College Teaching Award, Iowa State University, Awarded to Jennifer Willard

2007     Peer Teaching Award, Iowa State University, Awarded to Jennifer Willard

2007     Student Research Award, Association for Psychological Science, Awarded to Kyle Scherr

2007     3rd place, Psychology Undergraduate Poster Competition, Psychology Department, Iowa State University, Awarded to Katelyn Rutledge

2005     1st place, Psychology Undergraduate Poster Competition, Psychology Department, Iowa State University, Awarded to Andrea Eslick

2005     Gaskill Fellowship, Psychology Department, Iowa State University, Awarded to Ashley Buller

2005     Turnage Scholarship, Psychology Department, Iowa State University, Awarded to Hayley Treloar

2004     Research grant, Graduate College, Iowa State University, Awarded to Jennifer Willard

2002     Honorable mention, LAS Undergraduate Research Competition, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Iowa State University, Awarded to Jessica Rohlfing & Tiffany Meyer

2002     2nd place, Psychology Undergraduate Poster Competition, Psychology Department, Iowa State University, Awarded to Jessica Rohlfing and Tiffany Meyer

1997     National Science Foundation Grant, Awarded to Eulices Montiel

2000     PACE Award, Iowa State University, Awarded to Sarah Hilbert