Monthly Archives: July 2016

Freeing yourself from unwanted journal and conference email solicitations

In the present post, I discuss how to deal with all that unwanted email from journal and book publishers, and organizations preparing academic conferences, so that you can can take back your inbox!

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I’m Lowell Gaertner, Professor of Psychology, and This is How I Work

I am Lowell Gaertner, Professor of Psychology. I am a social psychologist and much of my research involves issues of self and group processes. For example, my colleagues and I examine questions such as:  is self-enhancement a basic human motive or a product of culture? why do we like the groups to which we belong? […]

I’m Carla Sharp, Professor of Psychology, and This is How I Work

I am Professor of Psychology and Director of Clinical Training at the University of Houston (UH). I’m a developmental psychopathologist with an interest in social cognition as a correlate, cause and treatment target for mental health problems in youth. Location: Houston, Texas. Current Gig: Clinical scientist; Mom. One word/phrase that describes your work style: Flexible. […]

I’m Yana Weinstein, Assistant Professor of Psychology, and This is How I Work

Dr. Yana Weinstein applies cognitive psychology to education; the goal of her research is to help students make the most of their academic experience. Dr. Weinstein’s research interests lie in improving the accuracy of memory performance and the judgments students make about their cognitive functions. Dr. Weinstein poses questions with direct applied relevance: How can […]

I’m David Tolin, Director of the Anxiety Disorders Center and the Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy at the Institute of Living, and This is How I Work

  I’m the Founder and Director of the Anxiety Disorders Center and the Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy at the Institute of Living, a psychiatric hospital in Connecticut.  I’m also an Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry at Yale University School of Medicine. My work is split into three parts: (1) research, (2) clinical work, and (3) […]

I’m Tiffany Yip, Professor of Psychology, and This is How I Work

I am a professor of Psychology at Fordham University and I direct the Applied Developmental Psychology doctoral program. Location: Bronx, NY Current Gig: Professor One word/phrase that describes your work style: Organized Current computer/mobile device: I have a Mac desktop in my home and school offices, a Macbook, and am always on my iPhone. What […]