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Upward Mobility and Affordable Housing Poster

 

Upward Mobility and Affordable Housing

By: Amy Mackliet and Trevor Tarter | Presented at USU 2022 Student Research Symposium, April 2022



Reducing anger race bias through emotion recognition

Reducing Anger Race Bias Through Emotion Recognition Training

By: Marisa Davis and Joana Rousseau | Presented at USU 2021 Student Research Symposium, April 2021


COVID-19 Impacts Undergraduates Mental Health

COVID-19 Impacts Undergraduates Mental Health: Students Returning Home Across State Lines Lose Access to Mental Healthcare (Under-Review)

By: Janice Snow | Presented at Posters on Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C., Online, April 2021, and Utah Research on Capitol Hill, February 2021

Janice Snow was one of 60 students in the entire country - from all disciplines - to be chosen to talk about her research to those making decisions. No matter which team you're on, let's hope they listen to Janice and make decisions based on data, to make for better access to mental health care for people who are obtaining their education from a distance due to displacement from Covid, or simply becuase they are distance students. Click here to view the story on Janice from Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services.


Education Inequity Poster

Educational Inequity: A Comparison Study of Distance and Traditional Students

By: Janice Snow | Presented at USU 2020 Fall Student Research Symposium, December 2020 and American Psychological Association Convention 2021, Online, August 2021

  • Janice Snow was awarded Outstanding Statewide Student 2019 by the USU Department of Psychology.
  • Janice Snow was awarded S.T.A.R. (Scholarship, Teaching, Applied, and Reserach) Award 2021 by the USU Department of Psychology.

Does distance education contribute to inequality poster

Does Distance Education Contribute To Inequity? A Critical Look at Current Issues and Potential Solutions?

By: Janice Snow | Presented at 39th Annual Mid-American Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, April 2020


Graduate School Admissions Criteria

Graduate School Admissions Criteria: What Undergraduates Need to Know to be Competitive for Psychology Graduate Programs

By: Natalie Wennergren, Haylie DeMercy, and Sara Hathaway under the mentorship of Drs. Crissa Levin and Jennifer Grewe | Presented at the National Council on Undergraduate Research, April 2021, Spring 2021 USU Student Research Symposium, and Society for the Teaching of Psychology Conference on Teaching, October 2021

  • Haylie DeMercy was awarded Outstanding Researcher of the Year 2021 by the USU Department of Psychology.
  • Natalie Wennergren was awarded Outstanding Statewide Student 2021 by the USU Department of Psychology.

Gender Bias Poster

Gender Bias in Student Evaluations of Teaching

By: Audree Britte, Megan Boyce, Kiyan Irani | Presented at Student Research Symposium, Utah State University’s 2021 Research Week, Online., April 2021, Society for the Teaching of Psychology Conference on Teaching, October 2021, and 39th Annual Mid-American Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, Online, April 2021


Treatment-Seeking Poster

Evaluating Advertisements for Men in Treatment-Seeking Attitudes, Intentions and Behaviors

By: Mason Cundick, Brittany Christensen, and Rebekah Chino | Presented at the Fall 2020 USU Student Research Symposium & 39th Annual Mid-American Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, Online, April 2020

  • Mason Cundick was awarded Outstanding Statewide Student 2020 by the USU Department of Psychology. 

Dunning-Kruger Effect Poster

Psychological Misconceptions and the Dunning-Kruger Effect (Under-Review)

By: Janice Snow, Jessica Burgess, and Alison Buckner | Presented at the Fall 2020 USU Student Research Symposium & 39th Annual Mid-American Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, Online, April 2020, & the Society for the Teaching of Psychology Conference on Teaching, October 2020

This study was funded in part by a grant from the Undergradate Research Creative Opportunity (URCO).