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Friday, June 28 • 10:00am - 10:50am
Tattoo Meetup

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There has been a considerable amount of research on the perception of tattoos and how people with tattoos are stereotyped, but there has been little research from the perspective of those who have tattoos. My goal is to change that. Share your stories and I will share my research into the origin, meaning and reasons why we tattoo ourselves and others. I will have some temporary tattoos for those of you who want to experience having a tattoo but have not yet taken the plunge.


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Leslie Hathorn

Lesley Hathorn is a professor of cognitive psychology at Metropolitan State University of Denver. She studies how we can use the art of the magic of words to learn about the science of behavior. She is delighted to be discussing Harry Potter in the context of psychology. She has presented at LeakyCon twice as well as at Ascendio. Her blog, “Psychology through Modern Media,” can be seen at psychologyinstruction.com.


Friday June 28, 2013 10:00am - 10:50am
C125-126