Psychology Major Honors Students Present Posters at Visible Thinking 2019
Congratulations to our Psychology Major Honors Students who presented their theses in poster form at the Duke Visible Thinking showcase at Penn Pavilion on Monday, April 22.
Scroll down for the full list of students and their presentations.
Mahnoor Nazeer, Friend or Foe? Building Empathy Across Demographics
Khaila Ramey-Collier, Mommy, Will You Read To Me? Cultural Effects on Story Time between Mothers and Infants
Natasha Schmeling, The Effects of DBT Skill Use on Anxiety in Emerging Adults
Victoria Trimm, Preschoolers’ Reactions to Joint Commitment and Remorse
Gvantsa Ivanishvili, Children Creating Rules: A Comparison Between Individual and Joint Commitments
Morgan Ferrans, What's in a Face? Facial Cues Facilitate Emotion-word Learning
Haley Hedrick, Who You Are, Who You Wish You Were, and Who You Should Be: How Augmented Attained Goal Priming May Be Used Therapeutically
Radhika Srivastava Trauma, Anxiety, and Depression Outcomes in Caregivers of Orphaned and Separated Children
Angela Caldwell, Understanding Medical Devices: Simulating A Real-World Situation
Phoebe Caplin, To Snack or Not to Snack? Children's Delay of Gratification in the Presence of Peers
Eliana Lauder, Seeing through the enemy’s eyes: Using virtual reality to increase empathy in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict
Anna Petterson, The Effect of Social Exclusion on Multiracial Identity