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Psychology Poster Sessions

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As part of the Radford University Student Engagement Forum, sponsored by the Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarship, the Department of Psychology will be holding two poster sessions featuring undergraduate and graduate student research projects. Members of the campus community are invited to attend.

Session I  (Heth 016) Wed. April 23rd, 4:00-6:00 PM.

Does Strategic Management of Self-Regulatory Resources Prevent Weight Gain in Undergraduates? A Prospective Study.
A Look into Perception Manipulation and Risky Decision Making.
Effects of Cannabinoid Treatment in Lactating on Learning in Rats.
Does Respect for Authority Predict Better Honesty After Self-Control Depletion?
Spirituality as a Route to Post-Traumatic Growth for Trauma Survivors.
Risk Behaviors in Groups Versus Individuals on a Modified Iowa Gambling Task.
Neurological Altercations Following the Combined Use of Alcohol and Nicotine.
Social Anxiety and Self-Regulation After Delay.
Snack Attack: Does Regulatory Focus Moderate the Relationship Between Exposure to Body Images and Resistance to Tempting Food?
Framing and Ethical Decision Making.
Childhood Victimization and Poly-Victimization in College Aged Females.
Food For Thought: The Effects of Stress and Sleep Deprivation on Food Choice.


Session II  (Heth 022) Wed. April 23rd, 4:00-6:00 PM.

The Structured Sleeping Beauty: Is the Relationship Between Regulatory Focus and Sleep Quality         Mediated by Regimented Sleep Patterns?
The Structure of Blame: The Influence of Sexism and Dominance on Rape Myth Acceptance.
Does Gender Moderate Pluralistic Ignorance About Alcohol Consumption Among College Students?
Mind Over Matter: Does Stress Mediate the Relationship Between Noise and Self-Control?
RU Hooking Up: Does Sexism Moderate the Link Between Gender and Pluralistic Ignorance?
Does a Hurried Mind Facilitate Stereotyping? The Moderating Effect of Time Pressure on Attractiveness Stereotypes.
Coping with Sexism: Does Sexism Mediate the Relationship Between Self-Esteem and Rape Myth Acceptance?
Mother’s Milk: Effects of Perinatal Cannabinoid Exposure on Object Recognition and Anxiety
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Same Old Routine: Does Self-Regulatory Depletion Increase the Habit-Intention Relationship for Exercise Behaviors?
Males or Females: Is There an Association Between Gender and Aggression, Victim Blaming, and Rape Myth Acceptance?
Does the Early Bird Get the Worm? Class Time, Study Time, and Subjective Well-Being.

 

 

Apr 18, 2014
Jeff Aspelmeier
(540)831-5361
jaspelme@radford.edu