Archive for September, 2014

Andrew Lilja ’13: Gustavus Psychological Science Major Pursuing Master’s Degree in Human-Computer Interaction

During his time at Gustavus, Andrew Lilja ’13 never imagined he would be working in the field of human-computer interaction, let alone that the field even existed. But through psychology classes, research opportunities at Gustavus and Iowa State University, and influential faculty members, Lilja became interested in decision-making and computers, ultimately bringing him to Iowa […]

Are You Addicted to Being an Over-Scheduled Gustie?

We talk to our peers every day and complain about being stressed, tired and overwhelmed. Yet, when the involvement fair rolls around we are writing our name and email down on every sign-up sheet in sight. Are we addicted to being over involved and stressed out? A new study shows that may be the case. […]

Psychological Science Welcomes New Faculty

Gustavus Adolphus College extends a warm welcome to three new faculty with us in the department of Psychological Science: Patricia Reeder  Patricia completed her Ph.D. in Brain & Cognitive Science at the University of Rochester in 2010. After that, she was a postdoctoral researcher and senior lecturer at the University of Rochester, and then a Visiting […]