The following psychology Denison students completed summer research projects in 2018. Students worked individually or in pairs with Denison faculty on empirical projects. Students also received a stipend, housing, and a research budget during their 10-week projects.
- Efficacy of self-explanation with different prompts in educational gaming, Jiahao Ran (Advisor: Dr. Seth Chin-Parker)
- Malingering on campus: Detecting low-effort test-taking among students seeking accommodations for dyslexia, Sarah J. Droder (Advisor: Dr. Robert Weis)
- Optimization of the novel object recognition test in rats, Elizabeth Toigo (Advisor: U Texas Medical Branch, Galveston)
- Perceptions of brand personality based on model physical attractiveness cues in print advertising, Gabe Schwartz (Advisor: Dr. David PJ Przybyla)
- Predicting reading strategies based on eye movements: Phonological or predictive processing, Coco Alban & Will Rudolph (Advisor: Dr. Mallorie Leinenger)
- Preliminary phase interval investigation into how extended extinction and extinction cues influence spontaneous recovery in appetitive conditioning in rats, Andrea Weyneth (Advisor: Dr. Cody Brooks)
- Vicarious memories in older adults, Maria Mayer (Advisor: Dr. Kristina Steiner)