102 Students Present Research at Psychology Poster Session

The Psychology Department hosted a research poster presentation April 27 in Beckham Hall. More than 102 students presented 46 posters.

The Psychology Department hosted a research poster presentation April 27 in Beckham Hall. One-hundred-and-two students presented 46 posters, 12 more than last year.

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Tima Zeng ’17 presented her research titled “Increased Structural and Functional Connectivity in Jazz Musicians.” Zeng’s advisor is Psyche Loui, assistant professor of psychology, assistant professor of neuroscience and behavior.

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Psychology graduate student Lucy De Souza examined “Honor and Masculinity Among Latinos and European-Americans.” De Souza’s faculty advisor is Patricia Rodriguez Mosquera, associate professor of psychology.

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Max Bouvagnet ’18 presented on the “Differential Effects of Audiovisual Integration in Congenital Amusia.” His advisor is Psyche Loui, assistant professor of psychology, assistant professor of integrative sciences, assistant professor of neuroscience and behavior.

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Psychology Postdoctoral Fellow Chenmu “Julia” Xing presented her research titled, “Links Between Numerical Competence and Math Ability at Ages 6-8.” Zing’s advisors are Hilary Barth, associate professor of psychology, and Andrea Patalano, professor of psychology.

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Sophia Antonio ’19 presented her research on “Perspectives on Feminine Honor among Latino/a Americans and European Americans.” Patricia Rodriguez Mosquera also served as her advisor.

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Shane Ross ’19 presented “Mortality Salience Does Not Always Produce Worldview Defense.” His advisor was Kathleen Schmidt, visiting assistant professor of psychology. (Photos by Olivia Drake)