Gregory M. Walton
Department of Psychology
The Michael Forman University Fellow in Undergraduate Education
Thank you for visiting.
Here you’ll find a description of some of my research interests, publications, information about teaching and mentoring, links to recent news coverage, and information about some of my friends and collaborators.
For more about me, read this bio or see the Rising Star interview from the Association for Psychological Science.
Please feel free to contact me. I look forward to hearing from you!
Want to find or learn more about wise interventions? Check out wiseinterventions.org, a searchable, addable database of psychologically wise interventions, based on supplementary tables published in Walton & Wilson (2018).
Want to learn more about the social-belonging intervention? The Belonging Guide, currently in beta form, is intended to give you tools to use, customize, and learn from the social-belonging intervention. The link above includes just the overview. If you would like the full version, just email me.
Want to learn more about the psychology of learning? Watch this 2-minute animated video created by Mindset Scholars Network (MSN) on Growth, Belonging, and Purpose!
Handbook of Wise Interventions: How Social Psychology Can Help People Change, edited with Ali Crum. Featured Author Q&A.
Interview on wise interventions (Dutch) at ProgressFocused.com, February 16, 2021.
How the coronavirus crisis is opening the door to universal social policies, with Catherine Thomas and Dave Kalkstein, Time, June 17, 2020.
The big impact of small interventions with Stanford's Greg Walton. The Knowledge Project, Ep. #64, August 2019.
Why social change is contagious, with Gregg Sparkman, Character & Context, June 3, 2019.
Having a growth mindset makes it easier to develop new interests, with Paul O'Keefe and Carol Dweck, Harvard Business Review, September 10, 2018.
Supporting students' sense of belonging, Mindset Scholars Network, August 22, 2017.
A question of belonging, Character Lab Educator Summit, July, 2017.
Willpower: It's in your head, with Carol Dweck, The New York Times, November 26, 2011.
From the archives!
My first book (Walton, 1984)
My second book (Walton & Erman, 1987)