Marc Robinson (history) discussed his forthcoming book, “Washington State Rising: Black Power on Campus,” Pablo Gomez (psychology) published an article he coauthored with CSUSB students on bilingualism, and Yolonda Youngs (geography and environmental studies) will moderate a panel program on the Upper Snake River in Wyoming.
Brian Levin (criminal justice) was quoted in an article about the mass shooting at an Allen, Texas, outlet mall on May 6, and Pablo Gómez (psychology) led a research team that examined the use of a passive-haptic device in tactile perception.
Thomas McWeeney (public administration) was interviewed about steps schools could take to be safer, Brian Levin (criminal justice) was quoted in an article about a man sentenced in the shooting death of a gay teen, and Pablo Gómez (psychology) was part of a team researchers that published a study on masked priming.
Gregory Gondwe (journalism studies), Mike Stull (entrepreneurship), Hareem Khan (ethnic studies, anthropology), Brian Levin (criminal justice) were included in recent news coverage and Pablo Gómez was part of a team that published recent research.
Pablo Gomez (psychology) was part of a team of researchers that examined the effect pseudowords created by transposing two adjacent letters, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) was interviewed about the Anti-Defamation League’s latest report on the increase in antisemitic hate crimes.
Pablo Gómez (psychology) co-wrote a study on the wide tolerance expert readers have for distortions of the letters that make up a word, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) discussed the latest update to the FBI’s hate crime report.
Stuart Sumida (biology) is CSUSB’s Golden Apple Award recipient for excellence in teaching, Brian Levin (criminal justice) commented on Elon Musk’s tweet that the media and “elite college and high schools” are biased against whites and Asians, and Pablo Gómez (psychology) cowrote an article about pseudowords that are created by transposing two letters of words, called “the transposed-letter similarity effect.”
A paper on U.S.-Mexico border issues by Kimberly Collins (public administration) was cited in an article, Brian Levin (criminal justice) commented on an arrest of a suspect who shot two Jewish men in Los Angeles, and a paper Pablo Gomez (psychology) cowrote on letter-similarity effects occur in reading braille was published.
Pablo Gomez (psychology) published a paper on whether the accent mark hinders lexical access, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) discussed the impact an Elon Musk-owned Twitter may have on hate speech, and how that may spur on hate crimes.