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International Measuring Behavior Conference, Dublin, Ireland, 2016


Amanda Conlin, Katie Fermin, & Emilia Knapczynski – “Justice Stories: Measuring Content and Emotion in Employee Interviews about Fairness in the Workplace” – a project from the lab of Dr. Karl Kelley.

 

 


Midwestern Psychological Association Convention, 2016


Kelly Faber – “Posture, Power, and Perception: How Your Body Language Can Show Authority” –Supervisor: Dr. Karl Kelley.

 

Jessica Panzica – “The Hypocrite Inside Us: Can Cognitive Dissonance be Used to Reduce Procrastination?” – Supervisor: Dr. Mary Jean Lynch. Jessica also gave poster presentations at NCUR and the Rall Symposium.

 

Annie Wegrzyn – “The Role of Perspective Taking and Gender in Rape Myth Acceptance (RMA)” – Supervisor: Dr. Mary Jean Lynch. Annie also gave a poster presentation at NCUR.

 

 


National Council of Undergraduate Research Conference, 2016

Elaina Bartoli and Maddi Cromwell (with Caitlin John, Zack Orban, Emily Kendall, and Riane Wrobleski) – “Role of accumbal AMPA on cocaine self-administration in differentially reared rats” – a project from the lab of Dr. Maggie Gill.

 

Hayley Falzarano, Erin Smigla, & Riane Wrobleski (with Adam Lundquist, Elaina Bartoli, & Emily Kendall). “PEPA and glutamate: the role of infralimbic AMPA receptors in diminishing cue-induced drug seeking behavior” – a project from the lab of Dr. Maggie Gill.

 

 


Rall Symposium, 2016

Alexis Marsh – “Conflict Promoting Conflict: Using Family Communication Patterns Theory and Baumrind’s Parenting Styles to Explain Adolescent Perceptions of Parents and Tension in Northern Ireland” – Supervisor: Dr. Trish Schacht.

 

Zack Orban (with Dax Jantz and Kyle Olesen) – “Striatal-Accumbal c-fos Expression in Differentially Reared Rats Following Reinstatement of Cocaine-Seeking Behaviors” – a project from the lab of Dr. Maggie Gill. 

 

Marissa Post – “Mood Congruent Recall and Judgments of Learning in Word Lists” – Supervisor: Dr. Rocky VanHorn.

 

Melissa Musto – “Educators’ Perceptions of Using Creativity within a Classroom Environment” –   Supervisor: Dr. Nicole Rivera.

 

Katherine Krupica and Chloe Boden – “Exploration of the Connection between Informal and Formal Learning in a Museum Setting” – a project from the lab of Dr. Nicole Rivera.

 

Rianne Wrobleski, Hayley Falzarano, Erin Smigla, and Adam Lundquist (with Elaina Bartoli and Emily Kendall)  – “PEPA and Glutamate: The Role of Infralimbic AMPA Peceptors in Diminishing Cue-Induced Drug-Seeking Behavior” – a project from the lab of Dr. Maggie Gill.

 

Emma Fox – “Museum Memories: The Perceived Importance” – a project from the lab of Dr. Nicole Rivera.

 

Seth Gierhart – “The Influence of Americans’ Perceptions of Individualism on Normative Conformity” – Supervisor: Dr. Jon Mueller.

 

Jonathan Larson, Shelly Kleptich, Anastasia Tanzer, Isabella Kwiecinski, Megan Miklosik, and Nicole Barclay – “Chronotype Effects on Memory” –  Supervisor: Dr. Alexis Chambers.

 

Isabella Kwiecinski and Stefani Aguirre -- “Museum Recollections as Related to Autobiographical Memory” – a project from the lab of Dr. Nicole Rivera.

 

Sydney Paquin (with Alexa Nelson) – “Exploring Survival Processing and Time Perception with a Verbal Estimation Task” – a project from the lab of Dr. Rocky VanHorn.

 

Emily Kendall, Elaina Bartoli, and Maddie Cromwell (with Kaitlin John, Zack Orban, and Riane Wrobleski). “Role of Accumbal AMPA on Cocaine Self-Administration in Differentially Reared Rats” – a project from the lab of Dr. Maggie Gill.

 

  • Ashley Miller – “Dog Park or a Walk in the Park? Comparing the Effectiveness of Surrogate Dog and Nature Interactions on Physiological Stress Reduction” – Supervisor: Dr. Leila Azarbad
  • Lauren Companiott – “How Habits Form: The Changes and Influences on Health Behaviors in College” – Supervisor: Dr. Trish Schacht.
  • Dr. Alexis Chambers -- Session Moderator
  • Annie Wegrzyn – “The Role of Perspective Taking and Gender in Rape Myth Acceptance (RMA)” – Supervisor: Dr. Mary Jean Lynch.
  • Kelly Faber – “Chin Up, Shoulders Back: An Examination of Body Language in Authority Figures” – Supervisor: Dr. Karl Kelley.
(Not pictured) Alexis Marsh – “Community Mobile Outreach to Expectant and Recent Fathers toward a corpus of Evidence-Based Messaging” – Supervisor: Dr. Emily Cramer (Dept. of Communications)

 

 


Society for Neuroscience, 2015

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

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Presentations:

International Measuring Behavior Conference (Dublin, Ireland, 2016)

Knapczynski, Emilia, Fermin, Katie, & Conlin, Amanda. Justice stories: Measuring content and emotion in employee interviews about fairness in the workplace. (Faculty Sponsor: Karl Kelley)

 

Midwestern Psychological Association Conference (2016)

Faber, Kelly.  Posture, power, and perception: How your body language can show authority. (Faculty Sponsor: Karl Kelley)

Panzica, Jessica.   The hypocrite inside us: Can cognitive dissonance be used to reduce procrastination?  (Faculty Sponsor: Mary Jean Lynch)

Wegrzyn, Annie ('16). The role of perspective taking and gender in rape myth acceptance (RMA). (Faculty Sponsor: Mary Jean Lynch)

 

National Council of Undergraduate Research Conference (2016)

Bartoli, Elaina, Cromwell, Maddi, John, Caitlin, Kendall, Emily, Orban, Zack, & Wrobleski, Riane.   Role of accumbal AMPA on cocaine self-administration in differentially reared rats.  (Faculty Sponsor: Maggie Gill)

Bartoli, Elaina, Falzarano, Hayley, Kendall, Emily, Lundquist, Adam, Smigla, Erin, & Riane Wrobleski.  PEPA and glutamate: The role of infralimbic AMPA receptors in diminishing cue-induced drug seeking behavior.  (Faculty Sponsor:  Maggie Gill)

Panzica, Jessica.   The hypocrite inside us: Can cognitive dissonance be used to reduce procrastination?  (Faculty Sponsor: Mary Jean Lynch)

Wegrzyn, Annie. The role of perspective taking and gender in rape myth acceptance (RMA). (Faculty Sponsor: Mary Jean Lynch)

 

RALL Symposium Poster Presentations (2016)

Aguirre, Stefani, & Kwiencinski, Isabella.  Museum recollections as related to autobiographical memory.  (Faculty Sponsor:  Nicole Rivera)

Bartoli, Elaina, Falzarano, Hayley, Kendall, Emily, Lundquist, Adam, Smigla, Erin, & Riane Wrobleski.  PEPA and glutamate: The role of infralimbic AMPA receptors in diminishing cue-induced drug seeking behavior.  (Faculty Sponsor:  Maggie Gill)

Boden, Chloe, & Krupica, Katherine. Exploration of the connection between informal and formal learning in a museum setting. (Faculty Sponsor:  Nicole Rivera)

Fox, Emma. Museum memories: The perceived importance. (Faculty Sponsor:  Nicole Rivera)

Gierhart, Seth. The influence of Americans' perceptions of individualism on normative conformity. (Faculty Sponsor: Jon Mueller)

Larson, Jonathan, Kleptich, Shelly, Tanzer, Anastasia, Kwienciski, Isabella, Miklosik, Megan, & Barclay, Nicole. Chronotype effects on memory. (Faculty Sponsor: Alexis Chambers)

Marsh Alexis. Conflict promoting conflict: Using family communication patterns theory and Baumrind's partenting styles to explain adolescent perceptions of parents and tension in Northern Ireland. (Faculty Sponsor: Trish Schacht)

Musto, Melissa. Educators' perceptions of using creativity within a classroom environment. (Faculty Sponsor: Nicole Rivera)

Orban, Zack, Jantz, Dax, & Olesen, Kyle. Striatal-accumbal c-fos expression in differentially reared rats following reinstatement of cocaine-seeking behaviors. (Faculty Sponsor: Maggie Gill)

Pacquin, Sydney, & Nelson, Alexa. Exploring survival processing and time perception with a verbal estimation task. (Faculty Sponsor: Rocky VanHorn)

Post, Marissa. Mood congruent recall and judgments of learning in word lists. (Faculty Sponsor: Rocky VanHorn)

Rodelo, Carina. I've heard it both ways: Bilingualism and perspective switching. (Faculty Sponsor: Elise Percy)

Spear, Chelsea. Friends with benefits: A guide to managing communication and feelings. (Faculty Sponsor: Supna Jain)

 

RALL Symposium Oral Presentations (2016)

Companiott, Lauren.   How habits form: The changes and influences on health behaviors in college. (Faculty Sponsor: Trish Schacht)

Faber, Kelly. Chin up, shoulders back: An examination of body language in authority figures. (Faculty Sponsor: Karl Kelley)

Marsh, Alexis. Community mobile outreach to expectant and recent fathers toward a corpus of evidence-based messaging. (Faculty Sponsor: Emily Kramer)

Miller, Ashley. Dog park or a walk in the park? Comparing the effectiveness of surrogate dog and nature interactions on physiological stress reduction. (Faculty Sponsor: Leila Azarbad)

Wegrzyn, Annie ('16). The role of perspective taking and gender in rape myth acceptance (RMA). (Faculty Sponsor: Mary Jean Lynch)

 

Society for Neuroscience (2015)

Evenson, Kevin, Jantz, Dax, John, Caitlin, Lopez, Olivia, Olesen, Kyle, & Orban, Zack.   Dorsolateral striatum c-fos expression following reinstatement of cocaine seeking in differentially reared rats. (Faculty Sponsor:  Margaret Gill)

 

 

 

 

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