UWM and Medical College team up to research attention

Wendy Huddleston has teamed up with faculty and students from both UWM and the Medical College of Wisconsin to form the Milwaukee Attention Group to investigate how differences in attention affect performance on a tasks that involve vision, hearing and movement.

Fossil find helps date the origin of complex animals

The earliest complex animals were soft-bodied creatures without bones, which explains why they have left a scant fossil record. The next best thing to validate their existence? Find fossil evidence of their behavior, such as trackways and burrowing. That’s what a group of scientists, including UWM’s Stephen Dornbos, recently uncovered in ancient marine rocks of […]

Publications & Presentations

Kim, S., Fouad, N., & Lee, J. (2018, June). The roles of work and family in men's lives: Testing the social cognitive model of career self-management. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 106, 153-164.