Psychology Majors Present Research at Poster Session April 24

More than 45 students presented their research or thesis research at the Psychology Research Poster Presentation April 24 in Beckham Hall. Oluwaremilekun Ojurongbe ’14 presented her study, “Illegality, Criminality and the Taxpayer’s Burden: The Incomplete U.S. Immigration Narrative.” Her advisor was Sarah Carney, visiting faculty with the Psychology Department.

More than 45 students presented their research or thesis research at the Psychology Research Poster Presentation April 24 in Beckham Hall. Oluwaremilekun Ojurongbe ’14 presented her study, “Illegality, Criminality and the Taxpayer’s Burden: The Incomplete U.S. Immigration Narrative.” Her advisor was Sarah Carney, visiting faculty with the Psychology Department.

Victoria Mathieson ’14 presented her research on “Identity, Appraisal, and Emotion: The Role of Culturally Relevant Pedagogy among Latino/a Middle School Students.” Her advisor was Patricia Rodriguez Mosquera, associate professor of psychology.

Victoria Mathieson ’14 presented her research on “Identity, Appraisal, and Emotion: The Role of Culturally Relevant Pedagogy among Latino/a Middle School Students.” Mathieson’s advisor was Patricia Rodriguez Mosquera, associate professor of psychology.

Andrew Ribner ’14 presented a poster on “What Matters Most? Examining Socioeconomic Disparities and Predictors of Early Math Ability.” His advisor was Anna Shusterman, assistant professor of psychology.

Andrew Ribner ’14 presented a poster on “What Matters Most? Examining Socioeconomic Disparities and Predictors of Early Math Ability.” His advisor was Anna Shusterman, assistant professor of psychology.

Ema Tanovic ’14 presented her research on “”Electrophysiological Correlates of Error Processing in Rumination.” Her advisor was Charles Sanislow, assistant professor of psychology.

Ema Tanovic ’14 presented her research on “Electrophysiological Correlates of Error Processing in Rumination.” Tanovic’s advisor was Charles Sanislow, assistant professor of psychology.

Kirby Neaton ’14 and Rachel Pradilla ’15 presented their study, “Debriefing in Psychology Research: Evidence of a Multipurpose, Multiform Ethics Principle." Their advisor was Jill Morawski, professor of psychology and feminist, gender, and sexuality studies.

Kirby Neaton ’14, in back, and Rachel Pradilla ’15, at right, presented their study, “Debriefing in Psychology Research: Evidence of a Multipurpose, Multiform Ethics Principle.” Their advisor was Jill Morawski, professor of psychology, professor of feminist, gender and sexuality studies.

Yun-Hsuan Lai '14 presented a poster on “Eye Movements in Autism Spectrum Disorder—Implication for Social Deficit.” Her advisor was Barbara Juhasz, associate professor of psychology, associate professor of neuroscience and behavior.

Yun-Hsuan Lai ’14 presented a poster on “Eye Movements in Autism Spectrum Disorder—Implication for Social Deficit.” Her advisor was Barbara Juhasz, associate professor of psychology, associate professor of neuroscience and behavior.

Justin McCullum ’14 presented a poster on “Tobacco Dependence Over 30 Years.” His advisor was Lisa Dierker, professor of psychology.

Justin McCullum ’14 presented a poster on “Tobacco Dependence Over 30 Years.” McCullum’s advisor was Lisa Dierker, professor of psychology.

Heather Miura ’14 presented her study, “Humiliation and Power in the Dissolution of Close Relationships: Narratives of Poor Treatment in Romantic Relationships and Friendships.” Her advisor was Patricia Rodriguez Mosquera, associate professor of psychology.

Heather Miura ’14 presented her study, “Humiliation and Power in the Dissolution of Close Relationships: Narratives of Poor Treatment in Romantic Relationships and Friendships.” Miura’s advisor was Patricia Rodriguez Mosquera, associate professor of psychology.

Timothy Kelly ’14, Caitlin Daniels ’15 and Min Cheol Lee ’15 presented a poster on “The Relationship between Empathy and Voice Feedback: A Novel Testing Paradigm.” Their advisor was Psyche Loui, assistant professor of psychology, assistant professor of neuroscience and behavior.

Caitlin Daniels ’15, Timothy Kelly ’14 and Min Cheol Lee ’15 presented a poster on “The Relationship between Empathy and Voice Feedback: A Novel Testing Paradigm.” Their advisor was Psyche Loui, assistant professor of psychology, assistant professor of neuroscience and behavior.

Faisal Kirdar ’14 presented his research of “Suboptimal Risk Taking in Adoloscence: An sMRI Assessment of Neural Correlates.” His advisor was Charles Sanislow, assistant professor of psychology.

Faisal Kirdar ’14 presented his research of “Suboptimal Risk Taking in Adoloscence: An sMRI Assessment of Neural Correlates.” His advisor was Charles Sanislow, assistant professor of psychology. (Photos by Olivia Drake)