Psychology Student Research
Several students remain on campus during each summer to engage in collaborative research with faculty from the Psychology Department. During the 10 week session, they immerse themselves into the existing literature related to their interests, designe and implement their studies, and then analyze and share their findings. At the start of the fall semester, they presente their research at a campus-wide summer science poster presentation.
2011 Summer Researchers
- Kinsey Brayant-Lees - Gender Differences in the Range of Appropriate Emotional Expressions in an Interpersonal versus an Achievement Context
- Jeanine Cerney - Men's Hair Loss as a Factor Influencing Evaluations in Organizations with Different Cultures
- Casey Nottingham - Memory for Social and Non-social Stimuli in Children and Adolescents with and without Autism Spectrum Diagnoses
- Colleen Russo - Exposure Factors Affecting Children's Analogical Problem Solving: Does Interaction Beat Watching Television?
- Elena C. Speridakos -Psychoeducational Functioning of Community College Students with Specific Learning Disabilities
- Michael Vawter - Hastening Visual Attention with Practice: A Perceptual Learning Study
- Chonthicha Vongchucherd - Will a Cue Not Associated with Extinction Also Reduce the Relapse of Ethanol Self-Administration after Chronic Stress in Male Rats?