Dr. Gary Lewandowski, associate professor of psychology, has been inducted into the Society of Experimental Social Psychology (SESP). The SESP is a scientific organization dedicated to the advancement of social psychology. The SESP is an exclusive society with membership determined by peer review of scholarly contributions. Members must be nominated by another member, have their scholarly contributions voted on by current members, with membership increases limited to a small percentage (5%) each year.
Nominees must show evidence of substantial contribution to social psychology as an empirical science; significant publication in recognized journals or books. Dr. Lewandowski’s research focuses on the role of the self in close relationships and in college adjustment, attraction, reactions to relationship dissolution, and factors associated with infidelity. Specifically, his research focuses on how entering, maintaining, and losing romantic relationships influences the self.
For more information, visit www.sesp.org.