Presentations

Galvin, P., McMakin, D., Singh, V. & Galvin, T. B. (2012) An Interdisciplinary Study of Mindfulness: Reflections from Novice to Experienced Students Shape a Collaborative Learning Environment Presented at the 9th Annual ISSOTL Conference, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

Rossi, A. & Galvin, P.M. (2012). A new reliable and valid measure of humor-seeking actions. Association for Psychological Sciences. Chicago, IL

Galvin, T. B. & Galvin, P.M. (2010). Quieting the mind: Enhancing mindfulness and focused attention in the classroom. Annual Meeting of the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Liverpool, England

Galvin, P.M. & Galvin, T.B. (2010). Mindfulness teaching and learning: Introducing stillness in the classroom. Association for Psychological Sciences. Boston, MA

Galvin, P.M. (2007). Student creativity: A journey through the history of psychology. Association for Psychological Sciences. Washington DC

Galvin, T.B., Galvin, P.M., & McMakin, D. (2007) Teaching thinking: Foundational skills for a psychological research methods sequence. Association for Psychological Sciences. Washington DC

Galvin, T.B., Galvin, P.M, D’Andrea, J., & Perman, K. (2006). Faculty development: A key component in the use of outcomes assessment to improve student Learning. New England Educational Assessment Network (NEEAN) Fall Assessment Forum: Closing the Loop: Using Findings for Improvement, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA.

Galvin, P.M., Galvin, T.B., & McMakin, D. (2005) Engaging students in critical thinking and active learning. New England Conference on Teaching of Psychology, New Haven, CT.

Prehar, C.A., Galvin, P.M., & Alberti, B. (2005). Online discussion boards: Ten strategies for deeper student learning. New England Conference on Teaching of Psychology, New Haven, CT.

Galvin, T.B., Galvin, P.M, D’Andrea, J., & Perman, K. (2005). Pathways and roadblocks: A state college journey to creating a culture of critical thinking. International Conference on Critical Thinking. Berkeley, CA.

Galvin, T.B., Galvin, P.M., & Bailey, J. (2005). Adolescent gender identity: The impact of childhood toy preferences. American Psychological Association, Washington D.C.

Galvin, P.M., & Galvin, T.B. (2005). Mate choices of men and women: The role of attractiveness and relationship status. Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Mackey, D.A., & Galvin, P.M. (2005). Chatterboxes: Student ratings of the pedagogical dimensions of electronic discussion boards. Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences, Bristol, RI.

Galvin, P.M., & Hubbard, T.L. (2004). Facilitation of religious experiences: The role of music and situational factors. American Psychological Society, Chicago, IL.

Galvin, P.M., Snyder, J.A., Vargas, A., & Hubbard, T.L. (2001). Attributing blame to romantic interpersonal relationship conflict. Eastern Psychological Association, Washington D.C.

Galvin, P.M., Griffith, J.D., & Knezek, L.D. (1999). Gender differences in homeless adults with mental illness. Southwestern Psychological Association, Albuquerque, NM.

Galvin, P. & Shafir, Z. (1998). Ameliorating the symptoms of schizophrenia with clozapine: A meta-analysis. Southwestern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

Galvin, P. (1997). The effects of trait and situation on religious internalization. Southwestern Psychological Association, Fort Worth, TX. Contributions to the Field

Editorial Consultant for the Framingham State College Journal of Behavioral Sciences (2000-2007, 2009-2013) Volumes 5-13 and 15-18

Textbook Reviewer- Annotated Readings in the History of Modern Psychology (2009) by C. James Goodwin

Matzenbacher, D., Galvin, P., & Boehm, G. (2002). Test bank for general psychology. McGraw-Hill Higher Education. Boston