Psychology alumna Kate Ranganath (’03) is a doctoral student in social psychology at the University of Virginia working in the lab of Dr. Brian Nosek. She recently published, as first author, an article in the journal Psychological Science, the flagship journal of the Association for Psychological Science. The article, titled “Implicit Attitude Generalization Occurs Immediately: Explicit Attitude Generalization Takes Time,” appears in the March 2008 issue. This line of research is a continuation of undergraduate research she started while a psychology major at Belmont, where her research mentor was Dr. Lonnie Yandell.
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