Two new publications on improving political dialogue and understanding microaggressions:
Manbeck, K. E., Kanter, J. W., Kuczynski, A. M., Fine, L., Corey, M. D., & Maitland, D. W. M. (in press). Improving relations among conservatives and liberals on a college campus: A preliminary trial of a contextual-behavioral intervention. Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science.
Kanter, J. W., Williams, M. T., Kuczynski, A. M., Manbeck, K., Debreaux, M., & Rosen, D. (2018). A preliminary report on the relationship between microaggressions against Black people and racism among White college students. Race and Social Problems, 9(4), 291-299. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12552-017-9214-0
Center-affliated scientist Dr. Monnica Williams, University of Connecticut, and Center-affliated scientist Dr. Dan Rosen, Bastyr University, received independent grants to develop interventions with Center director Dr. Jonathan Kanter to reduce racism and prejudice in medical and college student settings.
ACBS World Conference 13 - CSSC Affliated Scientist Presentations
CSSC Director Dr. Jonathan Kanter was inducted as part of the 2015 class of Association for Contextual Behavioral Science Fellows. Fellowship in ACBS "recognize[s] professionals...who have made strong and positive contributions to Contextual Behavioral Science."
CSSC Co-Director Dr. Mavis Tsai was recognized as the recipient of the Washington State Psychological Association's 2014 Distinguished Public Service Award.