Psychology Student Research Conference

Session 1: 4:00-5:00 p.m.

* PSYC242 Advanced Research Methods Project

“Moral Judgments Toward Abortion”

“How Syndemic Conditions Affect Gay and Bisexual African American Men”

“Adulting 101: Emerging adulthood, a period of growth and self exploration”

“Trusting a Stranger: Children’s Understanding of Expertise in Food Safety”

“How Grief is Treated for Children in the Education System”

“Romantic and Platonic Interpersonal Relationship Differences in Relation to Gender and Heteronormativity”

“Therapy and Medication on Individuals with Bipolar Disorder (BD)”

“Dungeons, Dragons and DBT: Fostering Identity Exploration and Social Connection Through Therapy-Informed Imaginative Roleplay”

“How Forgiving Are You? Judging Homicide Cases.”

“Investigating the impacts of self-forgiveness as it relates to hope”

Session 2: 5:00-6:00 p.m.

* PSYC242 Advanced Research Methods Project

“So Much to Do, Too Little Time: Effects of Time Poverty and Race on College Students”

“Parent Views on Child Biological Knowledge”

“Changes in Light Indexes Effects on SAD”

“Buzz about the Birds and the Bees: Education, Equity, and College Students Sexual Experiences”

“Children’s trust in expert testimony”

“Sleep-Related Factors & their Correlation to Sleep Quality & Cognition in Undergraduates”

“How Yoga and Meditative Music Affect Our Working Memory and Mood”

“How Perceived Childhood Fortune Affects Gratitude”

“Puzzling Personalities: Grit, Effort, and Sudoku”

Psychology Student Research Conference

December 8, 2022

4:00-6:30 pm

Rieke Science Center – Lobby