Prof. Mary Turner DePalma and her students at their poster
Prof. DePalma's Research Team studies health issues. This poster describes the results of their research on the way people deal with health management.
Professor Barney Beins and his students at their poster
Prof. Beins and his students study humor appreciation. Students Nikki Pashka and Joann Agnitti pose with Prof. Beins (left to right) at their poster. This presentation details the results of their research concerning the factors that influence whether people find humor offensive.
A student from Prof. Nancy Rader's Research Team at his poster
Prof. Rader's Research Team studies infant cognition. Student Jeffrey North stands at his poster that describes visual information processing in infants.
One of Nancy Rader's students presents her research
Prof. Rader studies the effects of plants and flowers on cognitive functioning. Diana Scott presents the research. This poster describes the performance of research participants on different types of cognitive tasks and how the presence of greenery enhances or worsens performance.
Co-presenters Jessica Bona and Julia Rollison display their research results
Two student presenters, Jessica Bona (left) and Julia Rollison (right), from Prof. DePalma's Resesarch Team display the results of their research.
Prof. Mary Turner DePalma's Research Team students at their poster
Prof. DePalma's students congregate at their poster at the University of Scranton Psychology Conference.
Ithaca professors pose for the camera with psychologists from other institutions
Four psychologists who support student research pose together at the University of Scranton Psychology Conference. They are (from left to right) Barney Beins from Ithaca College; Tim Cannon, the conference organizer from the University of Scranton; Mary Turner DePalma from Ithaca College, and Steve Specht from Utica College.
Ithaca College has been sending students to this conference since 1987.
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