Dr. DeSoto's Biological Psychology Lab
Psychology Building room 434.
Research Projects Conferences Psychology Journals UNI Biopsych lab in the news Back to Dr. DeSoto's home page
2007/08 Lab Group
THE RESEARCHERS ABOVE PRESENTED THEIR FINDINGS AT
LOCAL, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES.
American Psychological Society The 17th Annual APS Conference 2005.
Human Behavior and Evolution Society The HBES 2003 meeting was held at the University of Texas 2005.
UNI Undergraduate Research Conference
Society for Personality and Social Psychology The 2004 SPSP Conference was held in Austin, TX
UNI Biopsych lab in the news
August 16-- SCIENCE magazine conducts an interview and publishes a review of Dr. DeSoto's research on BPD
AtMIZZOU interviews Dr. DeSoto and publishes a story in the January, 2003 publication.
January 13, 2003: First for Women magazine writes a story on hormonal influences on behavior including quotes from an interview with Dr. DeSoto.
Dr. DeSoto's research has also received press coverage from EducationNet and the Associated Press.
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An excellent source for BPD information including the UNI Biopsych lab's research findings.
A new website that is reporting on the links between hormones and BPD: http://www.aapel.org/bdp/BLpmsUS.html
Journal Ranks (click here)
The listings are from ISI's 1998 journal citation reports. The top 10 journals for eight different psychology sub-disciplines are included.
Impact factor is calculated by ISI and reflects the average number of times a journal's articles are cited by other researchers divided by the number of articles the journal publishes. Thus, an impact of 1 means that a journal's articles are cited about once, on average. Most journals have an impact factor well below 1. Journals with higher impact are generally harder to get published in, but more likely to impact the field of psychology.
**Note-- not being on this list does not mean a journal is not good, the top 10 represent about 2% of all journals.