New Paltz Evolutionary Psychology Lab Publishes Article in “Current Psychology”

An article written by members of the New Paltz Evolutionary Psychology Lab was published recently in the journal Current Psychology. This article, titled “You’re Dead to Me! The Evolutionary Psychology of Social Estrangements and Social Transgressions,” has recently been featured in various international media outlets including the following:

This research was overseen by New Paltz Evolutionary Psychology Lab Director and Professor of Psychology, Glenn Geher, and included several alumni and current students from the New Paltz psychology community, including Vania Rolon (MA, 2017), Rich Holler (MA, 2017), Amanda Baroni (MA, 2018), Morgan Gleason (MA, 2015), Graham Thomson (BA, 2015), and Jacqueline Di Santo (current student in MA psychology program).

Full citation:

Geher, G., Rolon, V., Holler, R., Baroni, A., Gleason, M., Nitza, E., Sullivan, G., Thomson, G., & Di Santo, J. M. (2019). You’re dead to me! The evolutionary psychology of social estrangements and social transgressions. Current Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12144-019-00381-z

New Paltz Evolutionary Psychology Lab (from May, 2018; photo credit: Dr. Maryalice Citera). Top Row (L-R): Olivia Jewell, Glenn Geher, Graham Thomson, Alec Goldstein, Jacqueline Di Santo; Bottom Row (L-R): Julie Planke, Amanda Baroni, Nicholas Primavera, Kelsey Newhook

New Paltz Evolutionary Psychology Lab (from May, 2018; photo credit: Dr. Maryalice Citera). Top Row (L-R): Olivia Jewell, Glenn Geher, Graham Thomson, Alec Goldstein, Jacqueline Di Santo; Bottom Row (L-R): Julie Planke, Amanda Baroni, Nicholas Primavera, Kelsey Newhook

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