Online Video Library

Applied Psychology and Evaluation Science

Due to an increasing demand to access some of the on-campus events and resources in recent years, the Division of Behavioral and Organizational Sciences is proud to offer the digital collection below.  These online lectures are intended allow faculty, alumni, and students of all universities worldwide to enjoy resources previously only available to those able to come to Claremont Graduate University in Southern California.

The DBOS Online Digital Library is a continually expanding effort to share information on the latest issues in applied psychological science, research methods, and evaluation.  Additional talks are posted frequently.  The catalog below is intended as a starting point to meet the most frequent and pressing requests we have received.

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From the Aug. 19, 2006 Symposium, "What Constitutes Credible Evidence in Evaluation and Applied Research?", hosted by Claremont Graduate University.
5 minutes

Abrams, Dominic (University of Kent, UK).
The Defiance and Defense of Group Norms: Why Extremism Is the Bread and Butter of Social Life.
From the 2008 DBOS-Stauffer Symposium, “Extremism and the Psychology of Uncertainty”
April 6, 2008.
30 minutes.

Alvaro, Eusebio (Claremont Graduate University) & Jason T. Siegel (Claremont Graduate University).
Applying Health Behavior Theory: A Synthesis.
From the 2007 Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology, "Implementing and Evaluating Health Behavior Interventions: Lessons from an Emergent Area in Health Psychology—Organ Donation."
March 23, 2007.
22 minutes.

Antonakis, John (University of Lausanne, Switzerland).
The Far Side of Leadership.
From the 2010 Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology, "When Far is Near and Near is Far: Distance in Leader-Follower Relations."
March 6, 2010.
51 minutes.

Atkinson, Richard (President Emeritus, University of California).
What It Took to Change the SAT.
From the 2007 Claremont Graduate University Commencement Forum, "Science and the Quality of Life."
May 11, 2007.
33 minutes.

Barnette, J. Jackson (University of Alabama at Birmingham).
Measurement issues and methods in field based research and evaluation.
From the 2007 Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology, "Implementing and Evaluating Health Behavior Interventions: Lessons from an Emergent Area in Health Psychology—Organ Donation."
March 23, 2007.
31 minutes.

Berger, Dale (Claremont Graduate University).
Preparing for a Surprising and Rewarding Career Applying the Science of Psychology.
From the 2004 DBOS-Stauffer Symposium, "The Rise and Promise of Applied Psychology: Rewarding Careers and New Frontiers for Improving the Human Condition."
January 24, 2004.
Also available in book format from Lawrence Erlbaum Associates--click on the book cover to visit their site.
38 minutes.

Bickman, Leonard (Vanderbilt University).
Science, Values and Feasibility: Standards for Credible Evidence.
From the 2006 DBOS-Stauffer Symposium, "What Constitutes Credible Evidence in Evaluation and Applied Research?"
August 19, 2006.

Conner, Ross (International Organisation for Cooperation in Evaluation), Stewart I. Donaldson, Hallie Preskill, & Christina A. Christie.
Evaluation as a Force for Democracy: Evaluation Across the Globe.
Keynote address and reaction panel from the 2007 Professional Development Series on Evaluation and Applied Research Methods.
August 19, 2007.
52 minutes.

DeVita, M. Christine (the Wallace Foundation), chair, Joseph Coulombe (Board, Cost Plus World Markets; Founder, Trader Joe's Markets), Denise Shephard (MicroEdge), Sandra J. Stein (New York City Leadership Academy), Eugene E. Garcia (Arizona State University).
Panel discussion on "What Works?", Part One.
January 12, 2008.
1 hour 28 minutes.

Dodd-McCue, Diane (Virginia Commonwealth University).
Behavioral research in hospital settings: The Family Communication Coordinator (FCC) Protocol and Research Applications in Organ Donation.
From the 2007 Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology, "Implementing and Evaluating Health Behavior Interventions: Lessons from an Emergent Area in Health Psychology—Organ Donation."
March 23, 2007.
25 minutes.

Donaldson, Stewart I. (Claremont Graduate University).
Thriving in the Global Zeitgeist of Accountability and Evidence-based Practice.
From the 2006 DBOS-Stauffer Symposium, "What Constitutes Credible Evidence in Evaluation and Applied Research?"
August 19, 2006.
26 minutes.

Donaldson, Stewart I. (Claremont Graduate University), chair, Leonard Bickman (Vanderbilt University) Gary T. Henry (Georgia State University), Michael Scriven (Western Michigan University), Sandra Mathison (University of British Columbia, Vancouver), Jennifer Greene (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Thomas Schwandt (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Sharon F. Rallis (University of Massachusetts Amherst).
Panel discussion on The Limitations of Non-Experimental Approaches.
From the 2006 DBOS-Stauffer Symposium, "What Constitutes Credible Evidence in Evaluation and Applied Research?"
August 19, 2006.
44 minutes.

Donaldson, Stewart I. (Claremont Graduate University), chair, Christopher Edley (University of California Berkely), Hallie Preskill (Claremont Graduate University), Roy Prosterman (the Rural Development Institute). Includes brief remarks by Denise Shephard (MicroEdge).
Panel discussion on "What Works?", Part Two.
January 12, 2008.
1 hour 3 minutes.

Donaldson, Stewart I. (Claremont Graduate University).
The Emergence and Future of Applied Psychology.
From the 2004 DBOS-Stauffer Symposium, "The Rise and Promise of Applied Psychology: Rewarding Careers and New Frontiers for Improving the Human Condition."
January 24, 2004.
Also available in book format from Lawrence Erlbaum Associates--click on the book cover to visit their site.
19 minutes.

Downing, Kimberly (University of Cincinnati).
First Person Consent Ohio Donor Registry: Applying Theory and Research to a Statewide Intervention to Increase Organ Donor Registration.
From the 2007 Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology, "Implementing and Evaluating Health Behavior Interventions: Lessons from an Emergent Area in Health Psychology—Organ Donation."
March 23, 2007.
24 minutes.

Fahrenwald, Nancy L. (South Dakota State University).
Intervention research with American Indian, Alaska Native and other First Nation Peoples: An Organ and Tissue Donation Exemplar.
From the 2007 Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology, "Implementing and Evaluating Health Behavior Interventions: Lessons from an Emergent Area in Health Psychology—Organ Donation."
March 23, 2007.
22 minutes.

Feeley, Thomas Hugh (State University of New York - Buffalo).
School-based health interventions: A multi-campus classroom intervention to promote organ donation.
From the 2007 Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology, "Implementing and Evaluating Health Behavior Interventions: Lessons from an Emergent Area in Health Psychology—Organ Donation."
March 23, 2007.
22 minutes.

Fetterman, David (Stanford University), Michael Quinn Patton, & Michael Scriven (Claremont Graduate University), with Stewart Donaldson (Claremont Graduate University), moderator.
Empowerment Evaluation: Its Promise and Pitfalls.
From the 2009 Claremont Evaluation Debates.
August 24, 2009.
1 hour 29 minutes.

Fischer, Robert (Case Western Reserve University).
Evaluating the Effects of Community-Based Health Interventions: Seeking Impact and Saving Lives Via Organ and Tissue Donation Promotion Efforts.
From the 2007 Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology, "Implementing and Evaluating Health Behavior Interventions: Lessons from an Emergent Area in Health Psychology—Organ Donation."
March 23, 2007.
29 minutes.

Gerstein, Dean (Claremont Graduate University).
Chronic Gambling Behavior and its Effects on the Human Environment.
November 15, 2007.
57 minutes.

Greene, Jennifer (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign).
Evidence as 'Proof' and Evidence as 'Inkling'.
From the 2006 DBOS-Stauffer Symposium, "What Constitutes Credible Evidence in Evaluation and Applied Research?"
August 19, 2006.
27 minutes.

Greenfield, Patricia M. (University of Southern California, Los Angeles).
Bridging Cultures in the Classroom: From Research to Practice.
From the 2004 DBOS-Stauffer Symposium, "The Rise and Promise of Applied Psychology: Rewarding Careers and New Frontiers for Improving the Human Condition."
January 24, 2004.
Also available in book format from Lawrence Erlbaum Associates--click on the book cover to visit their site.
36 minutes.

Gurung, Regan (University of Wisconsin, Green Bay).
Shining with Scholarship: Galvanizing Teaching and Learning with SoTL and Social Psychology
From the 2009 Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology, "Enhancing Teaching and Learning: Lessons from Social Psychology."
March 28, 2009.
1 hour.

Halpern, Diane (Claremont McKenna College).
Can Students Learn to be Better Citizens and Better People? Only if we Teach for Long-Term Retention and Transfer.
From the 2009 Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology, "Enhancing Teaching and Learning: Lessons from Social Psychology."
March 28, 2009.
1 hour.

Halpern, Diane (Claremont McKenna College).
Using social science research to inform public policy: Tower of Babel or Bridge Over Troubled Water?
From the 2007 Claremont Graduate University Commencement Forum, "Science and the Quality of Life."
May 11, 2007.
26 minutes.

Hattie, John (University of Auckland).
Academic Self-Concept: Models, Measurement, Influences and Enhancements.
From the 2009 Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology, "Enhancing Teaching and Learning: Lessons from Social Psychology."
March 28, 2009.
1 hour 3 minutes.

Henry, Gary T. (Georgia State University).
When Credibility is Not Enough: What to do When Getting it Right Matters.
From the 2006 DBOS-Stauffer Symposium, "What Constitutes Credible Evidence in Evaluation and Applied Research?"
August 19, 2006.
28 minutes.

Jones, Sarah Pace (Donor Network of Arizona) & David Bosch (Donor Network of Arizona).
Researchers are from Mars; Community Organizations are from Venus: Lessons Learned When Research Design Meets the Road.
From the 2007 Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology, "Implementing and Evaluating Health Behavior Interventions: Lessons from an Emergent Area in Health Psychology—Organ Donation."
March 23, 2007.
21 minutes.

Juvonen, Jaana (University of California, Los Angeles).
Culture and Context of Bullying
From the DBOS-Stauffer Colloquium Series on Applied Psychology.
April 24, 2008.
68 minutes.

Kahai, Surinder (Binghamton University).
Leading in a Digital Age: What's Different, Issues Raised, and What We Know.
From the 2010 Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology, "When Far is Near and Near is Far: Distance in Leader-Follower Relations."
March 6, 2010.
46 minutes.

Klitgaard, Robert (Claremont Graduate University).
How Evaluation Research Can Improve Politics and Policy, with Examples.
Keynote address from the 2008 Professional Development Workshop Series on Evaluation and Applied Research Methods.
August 22, 2009.
59 minutes.

Kruglansky, Arie W. (University of Maryland, College Park).
The Need for Certainty as a Psychological Nexus for Individuals and Society.
From the 2008 DBOS-Stauffer Symposium, “Extremism and the Psychology of Uncertainty.” 
April 6, 2008.
30 minutes. 

Leshner, Alan (American Association for the Advancement of Science).
The Changing Climate of Science in Society.
From the 2007 Claremont Graduate University Commencement Forum, "Science and the Quality of Life."
May 11, 2007.
28 minutes.

Lipsey, Mark W. (Vanderbilt University).
Evaluation Evidence and Evidence Based Practice: Concept and Confirmation.
Keynote address from the 2008 Professional Development Workshop Series on Evaluation and Applied Research Methods.
August 23, 2009.
1 hour 9 minutes.

Lipsey, Mark W. (Vanderbilt University), Michael Scriven (Western Michigan University), & Stewart I. Donaldson (Claremont Graduate University), moderator.
The Evaluation Debate: Determining Causality in Program Evaluation & Applied Research: Should Experimental Evidence Be the Gold Standard?
Part 1 - Remarks by Mark W. Lipsey
.
July 14, 2004.
37 minutes.

Lipsey, Mark W. (Vanderbilt University), Michael Scriven (Western Michigan University), & Stewart I. Donaldson (Claremont Graduate University), moderator.
The Evaluation Debate: Determining Causality in Program Evaluation & Applied Research: Should Experimental Evidence Be the Gold Standard?
Part 2 - Rebuttal by Michael Scriven and Reply by Mark W. Lipsey
.
July 14, 2004.
29 minutes.

Lipsey, Mark W. (Vanderbilt University), Michael Scriven (Western Michigan University), & Stewart I. Donaldson (Claremont Graduate University), moderator.
The Evaluation Debate: Determining Causality in Program Evaluation & Applied Research: Should Experimental Evidence Be the Gold Standard?
Part 3 - Responses to Audience Questions by Mark W. Lipsey and Michael Scriven
.
July 14, 2004.
19 minutes.

Loftus, Elizabeth (University of California, Irvine).
Contributions from the Study of Law & Psychology: Memory Research Applied to Real World Problems.
From the 2004 DBOS-Stauffer Symposium, "The Rise and Promise of Applied Psychology: Rewarding Careers and New Frontiers for Improving the Human Condition."
January 24, 2004.
Also available in book format from Lawrence Erlbaum Associates--click on the book cover to visit their site.
38 minutes.

Louw, Johann (University of Cape Town, South Africa).
Rights-Based Evaluation.
Keynote address from the 2008 Professional Development Workshop Series on Evaluation and Applied Research Methods.
September 12, 2008. (Presented here is the encore performance. The original talk, "Always Something New Out of Africa," featured both Dr. Johann Louw and Dr. Joha Louw-Pogeiter, and took place on August 23, 2008.)
33 minutes.

Lyubomirsky, Sonja (University of California, Riverside).
The How of Happiness. 
From the DBOS-Stauffer Colloquium Series on Applied Psychology.
March 4, 2008.
50 minutes.

Mark, Melvin (Pennsylvania State University).
Credibility and Other Criteria for 'Good Evidence': Integrating Diverse Perspectives, Toward Better Judgments About Evaluation and Applied Research.
From the 2006 DBOS-Stauffer Symposium, "What Constitutes Credible Evidence in Evaluation and Applied Research?"
August 19, 2006.
29 minutes.

Mashek, Debra (Harvey Mudd College) moderator, Elliott Hammer (Xavier University of Louisiana), & Janie Wilson (Georgia Southern University).
How do Professors' Behaviors Impact Student Motivation and Learning? 
From the 2009 Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology, "Enhancing Teaching and Learning: Lessons from Social Psychology."
March 28, 2009.
57 minutes.

Mathison, Sandra (University of British Columbia at Vancouver).
Seeing is Believing: The Credibility of Visual Imagery.
From the 2006 DBOS-Stauffer Symposium, "What Constitutes Credible Evidence in Evaluation and Applied Research?"
August 19, 2006.

Rich Mayer (University of California Santa Barbara)
Evidence-Based Principles for Multimedia Instruction.
From the DBOS-Stauffer Colloquium Series on Applied Psychology.
September 30, 2010.
1 hour 1 minute.

McGregor, Ian (York University, Canada).
Religious Zeal After Goal Frustration.
From the 2008 DBOS-Stauffer Symposium, "Extremism and the Psychology of Uncertainty."
April 6, 2008.
31 minutes. 

Merolla, Jennifer L. (Claremont Graduate University).
Authoritarian Attitudes in Times of Threat.
From the 2008 DBOS-Stauffer Symposium, “Extremism and the Psychology of Uncertainty.”
April 6, 2008.
31 minutes.

Moghaddam, Fathali W. (Georgetown University).
Collective Uncertainty, Catastrophic Evolution, and Islamic Terrorism.
From the 2008 DBOS-Stauffer Symposium, “Extremism and the Psychology of Uncertainty.”
April 6, 2008.
33 minutes.

O'Sullivan, Rita G. (University of North Carolina) & Michelle Jay (University of South Carolina).
Collaborative Evaluation/Culturally Responsive Evaluation: Two Perspectives.
From the DBOS-Stauffer Colloquium Series on Applied Psychology.
February 4, 2010.
1 hour 1 minute.

Oskamp, Stuart (Claremont Graduate University).
Applying Psychology to Health Issues: Not Last Decade’s Approach.
From the 2007 Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology, "Implementing and Evaluating Health Behavior Interventions: Lessons from an Emergent Area in Health Psychology—Organ Donation."
March 23, 2007.
22 minutes.

Pace Jones, Sarah (Donor Network of Arizona) & David Bosch (Donate Life America).
Researchers are from Mars; Community Organizations are From Venus: Lessons learned when research design meets the road.
From the 2007 Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology, "Implementing and Evaluating Health Behavior Interventions: Lessons from an Emergent Area in Health Psychology—Organ Donation."
March 23, 2007.
21 minutes.

Palmer, Paula H. (University of Southern California).
Results of the China "Seven Cities Study": Cultural Influences on Health Behavior in a Rapidly Changing Society and Economy.
From the DBOS-Stauffer Colloquium Series on Applied Psychology.
April 12, 2007.
51 minutes.

Patton, Michael Quinn & Michael Scriven (Claremont Graduate University), with Stewart I. Donaldson, moderator.
Utilization-Focused Evaluation: Its Promise and Pitfalls.
From the 2009 Claremont Evaluation Debates.
1 hour 23 minutes.

Pittinsky, Todd L. (Harvard University).
Contrasting Effects of Social Consensus Certainty on the Extreme Acts of Allophiliacs and Bigots.
From the 2008 DBOS-Stauffer Symposium, “Extremism and the Psychology of Uncertainty.”
April 6, 2008.
33 minutes. 

Pomerantz, Anita (State University of New York - Albany).
Studying interpersonal conversations about health: The case of family discussions of organ and tissue donation.
From the 2007 Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology, "Implementing and Evaluating Health Behavior Interventions: Lessons from an Emergent Area in Health Psychology—Organ Donation."
March 23, 2007.
25 minutes.

Preskill, Hallie (Claremont Graduate University) chair, Michael Scriven (Western Michgan University), Jennifer Greene (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) Sharon F. Rallis, (University of Massachusetts Amherst), Sandra Mathison (University of British Columbia, Vancouver), Thomas Schwandt (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign).
Panel discussion on The Limitations of Experimental Approaches.
From the 2006 DBOS-Stauffer Symposium, "What Constitutes Credible Evidence in Evaluation and Applied Research?"
August 19, 2006.
25 minutes.

Quinn, Michael (University of Chicago).
Workplace Interventions: Real-World Challenges and Practical Solutions to Program Design and Evaluation.
From the 2007 Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology, "Implementing and Evaluating Health Behavior Interventions: Lessons from an Emergent Area in Health Psychology—Organ Donation."
March 23, 2007.
23 minutes.

Rallis, Sharon F. (University of Massachusetts Amherst).
Considering Rigor and Probity: Qualitative Pathways to Credible Evidence.
From the 2006 DBOS-Stauffer Symposium, "What Constitutes Credible Evidence in Evaluation and Applied Research?"
August 19, 2006.

Reeve, Johnmarshall (University of Iowa).
Relationships that Support Autonomy and Engagement.
From the 2009 Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology, "Enhancing Teaching and Learning: Lessons from Social Psychology."
March 28, 2009.
1 hour 5 minutes.

Rosenthal, Robert (University of California, Riverside).
Interpersonal Expectations and Covert Communication in Classrooms, Clinics, Corporations, and Courtrooms.
From the 2004 DBOS-Stauffer Symposium, "The Rise and Promise of Applied Psychology: Rewarding Careers and New Frontiers for Improving the Human Condition."
January 24, 2004.
Also available in book format from Lawrence Erlbaum Associates--click on the book cover to visit their site.
36 minutes.

Schooler, Jonathon (University of California, Santa Barbara).
Mind Wandering, Recovered Memories, and Other Dissociations of Meta-Awareness.
DBOS-Stauffer Colloquium Series.
September 17, 2008.
1 hour 19 minutes.

Scriven, Michael (University of Western Michigan).
Gunfight at the Causation Corral: Let's Run those Clantons out of Tombstone!
From the 2006 DBOS-Stauffer Symposium, "What Constitutes Credible Evidence in Evaluation and Applied Research?"
August 19, 2006.
34 minutes.

Schwandt, Thomas (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign).
Bases of Substantiation: Hierarchies of Evidence or Methodological Appropriateness?
From the 2006 DBOS-Stauffer Symposium, "What Constitutes Credible Evidence in Evaluation and Applied Research?"
August 19, 2006.

Schyns, Birgit (University of Portsmouth).
The Role of Distance in Leader-Member Exchange (LMX).
From the 2010 Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology, "When Far is Near and Near is Far: Distance in Leader-Follower Relations."
March 6, 2010.
38 minutes.

Shamir, Boas (Hebrew University of Jerusalem).
Distance from the Leader: Psychological and Follower-Centered Consideration.
From the 2010 Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology, "When Far is Near and Near is Far: Distance in Leader-Follower Relations."
March 6, 2010.
49 minutes.

Siegel, Jason T. (Claremont Graduate University)
Dying to Be Popular: Adolescents – Why Do They Go to Extremes?
From the 2008 DBOS-Stauffer Symposium, “Extremism and the Psychology of Uncertainty.”
April 6, 2008.
30 minutes.

Snyder, Mark (University of Minnesota).
Individuals, Groups, and Society: the Psychology of Social Action.
DBOS-Stauffer Colloquium Series.
56 minutes.

Staub, Ervin (University of Massachusetts).
Uncertainty as a Source of Mass Violence: Genocide, Terrorism and Passive and Active Bystanders.
From the 2008 DBOS-Stauffer Symposium, “Extremism and the Psychology of Uncertainty.”
April 6, 2008.
34 minutes.

Stigler, James (University of California, Los Angeles).
Reflections on Mathematics Teaching and How to Improve It.
DBOS-Stauffer Colloquium Series.
September 24, 2009.
1 hour.

Tangney, June (George Mason University).
Moral Emotions and Moral Cognitions Among Felony Offenders.
Guest Lecture given at Claremont Graduate University.
September 13, 2007.
1 hour 1 minute.

Van den Bos, Kees (Utrecht University, The Netherlands).
Radical Worldview Defense in Reaction to Personal Uncertainty.
From the 2008 DBOS-Stauffer Symposium, “Extremism and the Psychology of Uncertainty.”
April 6, 2008.
34 minutes.

Wattleton, Faye (Center for the Advancement of Women).
Using Research to Persuade Policy: A Personal Account From 30 Years of Fighting for Women's Rights.
From the 2007 Claremont Graduate University Commencement Forum, "Science and the Quality of Life."
May 11, 2007.
37 minutes.

Yost Hammer, Elizabeth (Xavier University of Louisiana), moderator, Anthony Antonio (Stanford University), Tracy McLaughlin-Volpe (Emerson College).
How can educators best support student well-being?
From the 2009 Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology, "Enhancing Teaching and Learning: Lessons from Social Psychology."
March 28, 2009.
45 minutes.

Zimbardo, Philip G. (Stanford University).
The Lucifer Effect.
Guest lecture given at Scripps College.
March 27, 2007.
1 hour 19 minutes.
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Please feel free to contact us with questions, comments, or recommendations about what you would like to see available through this library at john.lavelle@cgu.edu or (909) 607-9016.


Many thanks to the students and staff who helped construct this library and its component videos:

Paul Thomas, Director of External Affairs, Division of Behavioral and Organizational Sciences
Arevik Avedian, Graduate Student and DBOS Video Archivist, Claremont Graduate University
Benjamin Marcus, Graduate Student and DBOS Video Archivist, Claremont Graduate University
Greg Mefferd, Web Administrator, Claremont Graduate University
Michael Thomas, Audio-Visual Specialist, Claremont Graduate University
Pat Vince, Librarian, Claremont Colleges Digital Library
Mike Emery, Digital Production Manager, Claremont Colleges Digital Library
Shabnam Ozlati, Research Associate and Webcast Manager
Natasha Wilder, Research Assistant and Webcast Manager

Last updated 10/10/10.