Fall 2013 Seminar Series / ISR - 6050

A Social Science Perspective on Aggression and Violence: Causes and Prevention
Organized by Eric Dubow
and Rowell Huesmann
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September 09, 2013
Eric Dubow and Rowell Huesmann

Introduction to the Fall 2013 RCGD Series

 
October 07, 2013
Daniel Webster
Johns Hopkins University


Reducing Gun Violence Through Evidence-Base ...

 
November 04, 2013
S. Alexandra Burt
Michigan State University


Born that way? The role of socialization i ...

 
November 25, 2013
Jennifer Lansford
Duke University


An International Perspective on Parenting a ...

 
September 16, 2013
Rowell Huesmman
University of Michigan


Psychological Processes Promoting The Conta ...

 
October 14, 2013


Fall Break - No seminar

 
November 11, 2013
Luke Hyde
University of Michigan


Interaction of Environmental & Genetic/Neur ...

 
December 02, 2013
Nathan DeWall
University of Kentucky


Taming the Beast: Understanding the Link Be ...

 
September 23, 2013
Todd K. Shackelford
Oakland University


Sexual Coercion and Forced In-Pair Copulati ...

 
October 21, 2013
Eric Dubow
University of Michigan and Bowling Green State University


Exposure to Violence among Palestinian and ...

 
November 18, 2013
Barbara Krahé
University of Potsdam, Germany


Addressing and Breaking the Link between Me ...

 
December 09, 2013
Miles Hewstone
Oxford University


Prejudice, Stereotyping, Intergroup Contact ...

 
September 30, 2013
Tracy Vaillancourt
McMaster University


Childhood Bullying: Genetic, neurophysiolog ...

 
October 28, 2013
Bruce D Bartholow
University of Missouri


Video Games, Booze, and Aggression: A Tale ...

The Group Dynamics Seminar series is one of the longest running seminar series in the social sciences. The original intent was for RCGD senior staff to meet together weekly to maintain an integrated theoretical approach to the various research projects underway and to advance theoretical thinking in several areas. Today the seminar series is open to the entire University community and continues to provide an opportunity for researchers, scholars, staff, and students to meet and learn about new theoretical developments as well as ongoing research activities.