Psychology Student Research Conference

Capstone students

Psychology Student Research Conference

May 16, 2019

4:00-6:30 pm

Anderson University Center

Chris Knutzen Hall

Session 1: 4:00-4:55 p.m.

* PSYC242 Advanced Research Methods Project

It’s for the Greater Good: Do the Results of Morally Ambiguous Studies Sway Perceptions of Unethical Methodologies?

Discrimination in Hiring Practices: The Impact of Gender on Perceived Job Fitness

A Pervasive Preoccupation: An Overview of Body Dysmorphic Disorder and Suggested Methods for Support

Cell Phone Salience and Attention: A Replication and Extension of Ward, Duke, Gneezy, and Bos (2017)

Origins and Outcomes: Familial Relationships and Ethnicity as Predictors of Positive Social Behaviors in Adults

Does Valence Framing Affect Perceptions Toward Recreational Substance Use?

False Memories: Online Interviewing of Eyewitness Testimony

Effects of Moral Priming and Visual Cues on Altruistic Responses

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

* PSYC242 Advanced Research Methods Project

Born This Way and Fighting to Live: How Prejudice Impacts the Mental Health Outcomes of LGBTQ+ Individuals

How Does Priming of Negative and Positive Information Affect Attitudes Toward Divorce?

Does Media Affect Our Beliefs? How Manipulating Mood Affects Credulity

Quotation Inspiration From Religious Affiliation

Multiracial Identities: Identity and Stereotype Threat

Assessing Sexual Assault Cases: Perceptions of Guilt and Gender Bias

Healing Through Music: Reimagining Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder

Effects of Self-Esteem on Memory


Honoring Diversity: Women of Color in Psychology and Science

Amber Cooper & Anamaries Garcia Marrero