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10th Annual Psychology Research Fair – VIRTUAL

May 4 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

logo of stylized brain structure for the Psychology Research Fair

Sierra Nevada University’s 10th Annual Psychology Research Fair showcases student work from our senior level course in experimental design.

Staff, students, and the public are welcome to attend this exciting event!

Given the virtual format of this event, there will be a change to our customary format. For the current event, please expect a 4 minute verbal walkthrough per student followed by 3 minute open Q & A period. We will have to be strict with timing to allow everyone to present during the Zoom timeframe. If you have remaining questions, please reach out after the event.

Please see the 10th Annual Virtual Psychology Research Fair Program > for more information about the individual research projects.

Schedule:

1:00 pm – Coordination of Zoom Webinar, Welcome Address, General Explanation of Research Projects
1:10 pm – Individual Student Poster Presentations with Q & A

  • Alisa J. Robinson
    What is a Slut? Using the Implicit Association Test to Define Slutty
  • Brooklyn T. Morris
    Validating the Gender Gap in Domestic Violence Sentencing
  • Megan M. Brown
    The Impact of Sanitization Modeling and Food Recipient on Hand-Sanitizer Use
  • Melanie Hanson
    The Impact of Fidget Items on Inattentional Blindness
  • Brenda Cartagena-Garcia
    Phone-Typing, Computer-Typing, and Handwriting: The Impact of Writing Modality on Word Count and Emotional Content
  • Sarah K. Lingg
    Learning Styles Examined: Does Modality of Word List Delivery Impact Free Recall?
  • Mackenzie Gobbi
    Likeability and Online Dating Biography Style
  • Kelsey Nalder
    Cell Phone Photo/Videography Does Not Impact Motivation and Engagement in Individual Experiences
  • Makenna Hazelton
    The Impact of Accessory Expense on Approachability?
  • Zac Compton
    Impact of Table Color on Blackjack Betting Behavior
  • Mikaila C. Smith
    The Blame Game: Perspective and Order Effect in a Bullying Scenario
  • Annie Clements
    Gender Differences in Exercise Motivation
  • Alexis T. Goris
    Diversification of Ideal Body Types Does Not Impact Body Image Satisfaction

3:00 pm – Closing

Details

Date:
May 4
Time:
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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