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Undergraduate Psychology Students Present Research

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Undergraduate psychology students presented their research at the Undergraduate Research Symposium on August 4, 2017. The symposium showcases research
conducted during 2016-2017 by undergraduates from all RIT colleges and institutes.

Congratulations to the following students who were supported by their psychology faculty advisors.
Tia Aunkst presented, "Concussion and Substance Use in College Athletes and Non-athletes" - faculty advisor, Dr. Rebecca Houston.
Roni Crumb presented, "How Alcohol Use Relates to HAB and Intent to Change" - faculty advisor, Dr. Stephanie Godleski.
Kathryn Gardner and Henry Rachfal presented, "Visual Discrimination of Rotated 2D and 3D Objects in Goldfish" - faculty advisor, Dr. Caroline DeLong.
Emily Joslyn presented, "Transmission of Parenting Styles and Substance Use Across Generations" - faculty advisor, Dr. Stephanie Godleski.
Annabella Kajtezovic presented, "Assessment of the Relationship between Hostility and Jealousy" - faculty advisor, Dr. Stephanie Godleski.

Tia, Kathryn, and Emily were Summer Undergraduate Research Fellows (SURF) in the Department of Psychology during summer 2017.
Current students: For more information about the SURF program, please contact Dr. DeLong (Psychology Undergraduate Program Director).

Dr. Caroline DeLong of the Department of Psychology was the Program Committee Co-Chair for the Undergraduate Research Symposium and the College of Liberal Arts representative for the Program Committee.

Menu / Grouping Date: 
August, 2017
Friday, August 4, 2017