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Catawba College Faculty and Students Attend Association Meeting

March 15, 2006
Category: Academics, Faculty, Psychology, Students
Several Catawba College psychology faculty and their students attended the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association in Atlanta, Ga., this month. Dr. Lyn Boulter, professor of psychology, chaired the Association’s Committee for Professional Opportunity (CEPO) undergraduate…
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Catawba College Faculty and Students Attend Association Meeting

March 15, 2006
Category: Academics, Faculty, Psychology, Students
Several Catawba College psychology faculty and their students attended the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association in Atlanta, Ga., this month. Dr. Lyn Boulter, professor of psychology, chaired the Association’s Committee for Professional Opportunity (CEPO) undergraduate…
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Two Catawba College Faculty Have Articles Accepted for Publication

February 10, 2006
Category: Faculty, Psychology
Dr. Andrew Morris, Catawba College Associate Professor of Management, Dr. Lynn Boulter, Catawba College Professor of Psychology, and Dr. Celeste Brotheridge of the Université du Québec à Montréal had an article accepted for publication in Journal of the Academy of Business…
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Two Catawba College Faculty Have Articles Accepted for Publication

February 10, 2006
Category: Faculty, Psychology
Dr. Andrew Morris, Catawba College Associate Professor of Management, Dr. Lynn Boulter, Catawba College Professor of Psychology, and Dr. Celeste Brotheridge of the Université du Québec à Montréal had an article accepted for publication in Journal of the Academy of Business…
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Catawba College Student and Professor Have Paper Published

January 3, 2006
Category: Academics, Faculty, Psychology, Students
Catawba College student Cathrine Balentine of Charlotte, a senior psychology major, and Dr. Sheila Brownlow, professor of psychology, have collaborated to produce a research paper which has been accepted for publication.Their paper, "Does Making Salient Task Relevance to Group Affiliation Decrease…
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