Aaron Haselton (Biology) is the primary author of a paper titled “Serotonin Inhibits Protein Feeding in the Blow Fly, Phormia Regina (Meigen),” which was published in Volume 22 of the Journal of Insect Behavior. This paper was coauthored by researchers at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Howard Good (Communication and Media) published his first full-length book of poetry, “Lovesick,” with Press Americana. Good is the author of nine poetry chapbooks and has been nominated three times for the Pushcart Prize for poetry. For more information on “Lovesick,” visit http://tinyurl.com/ojb4wl.
Victor de Munck (Anthropology) published a book titled “Research Design and Methods for Studying Culture” with Altamira Press. Howard Good (Communication and Media) had his ninth chapbook of poetry, “Visiting the Dead,” published by Flutter Press. This summer, he participated at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication convention in Boston on a panel devoted to his book “Ethics and Entertainment,” which is forthcoming from McFarland and Company. Greta Winograd (Psychology) and Georgiana Shick Tryon, a psychology professor at the City University of New York’s Graduate Center, published a paper, titled “Counseling Expectations Among Students in an...
Eugene Heath (Philosophy) recently published an essay, “Being Serious about Being Good,” in Julian Friedland’s collection, “Doing Well and Doing Good: The Human Face of the New Capitalism” (IAP Press, 2009). Glenn Geher (Psychology) published a study that shows that men and women are both good and bad at guessing what the other sex wants in choosing a relationship partner. The study is based on data collected from more than 400 young adults and appears in the current issue of Evolutionary Psychology. Jeff Reinking (Biology) co-authored a journal article titled “Nuclear Receptors Homo sapiens Rev-erbβ and Drosophila melanogaster E75...
Wilma Feliciano (Foreign Languages) published an article, “Religious Theater in Peru: Identity and Representation,” in Sharing Cultures 2009: International Conference on Intangible Heritage. She also presented an illustrated paper on the same topic at the Sharing Cultures Conference held on Pico Island, Azores, Portugal, in May 2009. L.H. Roper (History) published an essay, “Big Fish in a Bigger Transatlantic Pond: The Social and Political Leadership of Early Modern Anglo-American Colonies,” in “At the Top of Empire: European Elites in the Colonies (16th-20th Centuries) .” For more information, visit...
Glenn Geher (Evolutionary Studies, Psychology) co-authored “Measurement of the Conjunction Error in Social Judgment: Answer Choice and Answer Justification,” which was published in the 2009 volume of “Social Behavior and Personality.” The article was co-authored with Victor Benassi, a professor of psychology, and Russell Knoth, a former graduate student, of the University of New Hampshire.
PUBLICATIONS Gerald Sorin (History) recently published two essays. The first was a study of Commentary magazine, a journal of significant thought and opinion, which appeared in Studies in Contemporary Jewry 23. The second was a review of Dara Horn’s new novel, “All Other Nights,” which appeared in the Jewish Reader, a publication of the National Yiddish Book Center.
Publications Giordana Grossi (Psychology) wrote a paper, “Brain Systems Mediating Semantic and Syntactic Processing in Deaf Native Signers: Biological Invariance and Modality Specificity,” in collaboration with Cheryl Capek of the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom; Aaron Newman of Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; Susan McBurney of the University of Washington in Seattle; David Corina of the University of California, Davis; Brigitte Roeder of the University of Hamburg in Germany; and Helen Neville of the University of Oregon in Eugene. The paper was published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Science.
Publications Denis Fred Simon ’74 (Asian Studies, Political Science) had his most recent book, “China’s Emerging Technological Edge: Assessing the Role of High-End Talent,” published by Cambridge University Press. It was co-authored with Cong Cao of SUNY’s Levin Institute.