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The community-wide NEA Big Read Lakeshore and Little Read Lakeshore organized by Hope College have received grants from both the nationwide NEA Big Read and the statewide Michigan Humanities in support of this coming fall’s programming, which will visit the Dominican Republic of the late 1950s and early 1960s to explore the roles of women, memory, revolution and obedience.
"There is no such thing as neutral, empty space-wherever you are, you are in a particular place that has psychological meaning," says Benjamin Meagher, a social psychologist at Hope College.
Dr. Benjamin Meagher, visiting assistant professor of psychology, argues that the space people shape, also shapes the individual, and that social psychology must take an “ecological” view of people in their environment. His work appears in a recently published paper in “Personality and Social Psychology Review.”
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