Asheley R. Landrum is a social-cognitive psychologist and assistant professor of science communication in the College of Media & Communication at Texas Tech University. Her research investigates how cultural values and world-views influence people's perceptions of science, and how these perceptions develop from childhood into adulthood. This work bridges theories from psychology, political science, communication, and public policy.
17th - Speaking at AAAS Conference in Austin, TX.
10:30am - Believing in a Flat Earth
2:30pm - Denying Climate Change and Denigrating the Pope
23rd - Speaking at Iowa City Darwin Day
'Negotiating values when communicating controversial science
'Who Doesn't Believe Science?' (Public Lecture)
6th - Speaking at St. Joseph's University, Philadelphia, PA
Interpreting Science through the Lens of Religion
(Symposium for the Department of Biology)