Sarah Fish presents her humor research results
Sarah Fish from the Humor Research Team discusses her research on the effects of gender and type of humor on judgments of funniness and offensiveness of victimizing jokes.
Positive Psychology students pose at their poster
Sandra Schwartz and Tom O'Rourke from the Positive Psychology Team pose at their poster. Their research involved feelings and making judgments.
Angie Tennis stands at her poster
Angie Tennis of the Media Literacy Team reports on the results of her research on media literacy.
Media Psychology students at their presentation
Students from the Media Psychology Team present their research results.
Students report on body image study
Students from the Media Psychology Team present the results of their research on body image involving exposure to high risk media, self esteem, and resilience.
Students from the Media Psychology Team display their research
Students on the Media Psychology Team display the results of their research on body image and resilience.
Tom O'Rourke discusses his research results
Tom O'Rourke discusses his research from the Positive Psychology Team with an interested psychologist.
Adam Grabowski talks about the effect of speaker status
Adam Grabowski from the Cognition Team discusses his research on the effect of speaker status in presenting information.
Al Sahlstrom presents research on the role of gestures in infant word learning
Al Sahlstrom from the Cognition Team talks about the role of gestures in language acquisition and development of infants.
Cognition students present results of their study on peer praise
Erin Lindenbaum, Raeanne Lacatena, and Erica VanDeWal from the Cognition Team pose in front of their poster on the effects of peer praise.
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