As part of the 2023 APS Annual Convention, Jonathan will be a discussant at the symposium, Fostering Equity, Executive Functions, and Math Conceptual Understanding: A Multi-Year Intervention with Black and Latinx Middle School Students, on Friday, May 26th from 10:30–11:50 AM at the Washington Hilton.
Jonathan gave the keynote address at the Spring 2023 Psychology Department Conference at Connecticut College, speaking on Identifying Psychological Risks to Promote Student Success in Higher Education.
Peter gave the talk, Belonging Intervention Mitigates Daily Psychological Threats Among Female PhD Students, at #SPSP2022 as part of a symposium organized by Jonathan and Peter on the social psychology of doctoral education.
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Associate Professor, Department of Psychology
Jonathan Cook is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Penn State University and Principal Investigator of the Group Identity and Social Perception Lab.
Dr. Cook’s research investigates how important social categories like race, gender, sexual orientation, or chronic illness, can affect motivational, behavioral, and neurobiological processes over time.
Affiliated Graduate Students
Gabrielle Filip-Crawford, Research Manager, Benefits Data Trust
Kaytlynn Griswold, Global Talent Management Senior Analyst, PepsiCo
Jackson Harper, Open Education Resource Librarian, University of North Dakota
Nicole Horner, Ph.D. student in social psychology, Princeton University
Hyun Joon Park, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Connecticut College
Peter Ruberton, Behavioral Researcher for Edward Jones
Former Research Assistants
Ji Min Park