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Quirk ’16, Rees ’16 and Arcot ’16 Study Defensive Self-Esteem

This summer, Abby Quirk ’16, Becca Rees ’16 and Rohan Arcot ’16, under the guidance of Associate Professor of Psychology Jen Borton, are researching defensive self-esteem and its effect on autobiographical memory.  More ...

Jen Borton, Mark Oakes and Sarah Dreyer-Oren '12 presented at the SPSP meeting in Austin, Texas.
Borton Presents Poster at Psychology Meeting

Associate Professor of Psychology Jen Borton presented a poster on Feb. 14 at the 15th Annual Meeting of The Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) in Austin, Texas.  More ...

Prof. Jen Borton, Ellen Doernberg '13, Ashley Sutton '13, Arielle Berti '13, and former Hamilton Professor Mark Oakes.
Borton, Students Attend Social Psychology Conference

Associate Professor of Psychology Jen Borton and five students attended the annual conference of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology in New Orleans, Jan. 17-21. The students had conducted research with Borton in 2011 or 2012 and presented posters of their work.  More ...

Beril Esen, Jose Mendez and Susannah Parkin.
Students’ Research Shows People Not Always as Confident as They Seem

Over the past several decades, psychologists have placed a growing level of importance on bringing up children with high self-esteem, but according to the research of Beril Esen ’13, Susannah Parkin ’13 and Jose Mendez ’14, a person’s level of self-esteem is not always what it appears to be.  More ...

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Borton Lectures on Self-Esteem at Syracuse University

Associate Professor of Psychology Jennifer Borton presented an invited lecture titled “Fragile Self-Esteem and the Focus of Attention After Ego Threat” on March 23 at Syracuse University.  More ...

Jen Borton, Mark Oakes, Beril Esen '13 and Sam Briggs '12.
Borton, Sam Briggs '12 and Beril Esen '13 Present at Conference

Associate Professor of Psychology Jen Borton, students Sam Briggs '12 and Beril Esen '13, and former Hamilton Professor Mark Oakes presented two posters at the annual conference of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology in San Diego in January. Their posters were titled Defensive Self-Esteem and Self-Awareness and Unforgettable: Autobiographical Memories of People with Defensive High Self-Esteem.  More ...

Ashley Sutton 13, Ellen Doernberg '13 and Arielle Berti '13.
Rising Juniors Berti, Doernberg and Sutton to Study Self-Esteem

A Hamilton research group will attempt to quantify isolate and study the concept of self-esteem in a resreach project this summer. Arielle Berti ’13, Ellen Doernberg ’13 and Ashley Sutton ’13 will work with Associate Professor of Psychology Jennifer Borton on a study of self-esteem and how it affects everyday life.  More ...

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Borton and Alumni Co-Author Paper in Psychology Journal

A paper co-authored by Associate Professor of Psychology Jennifer Borton was published in the March-April issue of The Journal of Social Psychology. “Does Suppressing the Thought of a Self-Relevant Stigma Affect Interpersonal Interaction?” was co-written with David Reiner ’05, Erica Vazquez ’08, Jessica Ruddiman ’09 and Stephanie Anglin ’10.  More ...

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Borton Featured on InsideHigherEd

Associate Professor of Psychology Jennifer Borton’s recording for the nationally syndicated Academic Minute program was featured on InsideHigherEd’s website on Feb. 22. Borton discusses why trying to suppress negative thoughts is often counterproductive on the recording that was broadcast by public radio station WAMC on Feb. 7.  More ...

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Borton Presents at Society for Personality and Social Psychology

Associate Professor of Psychology Jennifer Borton presented a poster at the annual conference of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology held in San Antonio on Jan. 29-30. Her poster was titled “Level and Contingency of Self-Esteem Predict Thought Suppression, Rumination, and Self-Reflection.”  More ...

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