Eight recent graduates from Elizabethtown College presented research at the 2021 Association for Psychological Science (APS) Virtual Convention on May 26-27.
The interactive two-day event featured keynote speeches from prominent psychological scientists, panel discussions, professional development opportunities for students, and a virtual poster showcase.
Below is a list of students who represented Etown at the virtual convention as well as the title of their presentations:
Gretchen Wade ‘21 – Changing Ethnocultural Empathy in White Adults
Kathryn A. Carter ‘21 – Menthol’s Impact on Environmental Cues When Used in Combination with Nicotine
Madison Meiser ‘21 – Effect of Juror Perceptions of the Insanity Defense and Mental Illness within the Criminal Justice System
Jennifer E. Mele ‘21 – Social Media Trends: Exposure to Body-Related Content May Impact Body Image
Emily Lamison ‘21 – Learning Modality Impacts College Adjustment
Lauren Kerr ‘21 – Methods of Analyzing Taste Preference Reveal Menthol’s Ability to Drive Nicotine Consumption
Elise Stendal ‘21 – The Effect of Teacher-Student Relationships on Academic Motivation and Success in Vulnerable College Students
Rachel Bickelman ‘21 – Filling in the Blanks: The Effects of Learning Location and Campus Involvement on Sense of Belonging