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The Department of Psychology was well represented at the University of Scranton's 19th annual psychology conference, held on Saturday April 24, 2004.

Professors Barney Beins and Mary Turner DePalma attended the conference with 30 undergraduate psychology majors. Many of the students presented their original research in either an oral or poster format. The students' work was sponsored by psychology faculty members including: Barney Beins, Mary Turner DePalma, Nancy Rader, and Andrea White. Ithaca College psychology students have participated in Scranton's psychology conference since 1988.

Paper Presentations:

  • Appreciation and Recall of Pointed Humor
    Laura M. Gildner, Diedre B. Grossman, Margaret E. Snyder, Elena Hobson, & Meghan M. Lynch
  • The Effects of Belief in a Just World and Outcome Magnitude on Perceptions of Blame
    Kristin Miceli & Shannon Sawyer
  • Offensive Humor: Can We Insult You While We Make You Laugh?
    Sarah Fish, Nicole Pashka & Elena Hobson

Poster Presentations:

  • Every New Beginning Comes from Another Beginning's End: An Exploration of Past Transitions in Emerging Adulthood
    Sara Phillips, Rachael A. Holland, & Stephen D. Drusano
  • Anagrams and Analogies: Pre-testing Responsibility, Anger and Blame
    Jenny Anderson, Jessica Bona, Holly Brzozowski, Jennifer Ditt, Kelly Eastman, Elizabeth Green, Alyse Keilson, Mary-Kate Kokoszki, Kristin Miceli, Lauren Prone, Shannon Sawyer, Mathew Silvaggio, Nicole Socci, Keri Walczynski, & Abby Wolff
  • Humor in Groups: Appreciated But Not Remembered
    Joann Agnitti, Amy E. Bubel, Nicole J. Pashka, Margaret E. Snyder, Deidre B. Grossman, Laura M. Gildner, Victoria C. Baldwin, Kari B. MacNaughton, & Malikah S. Waajid.
  • Speaker Status Effect on a Cognitive Task
    Nikolas Dickerson, Adam Grabowski, Erin Tooley, Nancy Rader, & Research Team 04
  • Speaker Status and Personal Praise: Effects on Kindergarteners' Cognitive Performance
    Erin Lindenbaum, Erica Van De Wal, Raeanne Lacatena, Casey Walsh, Nancy Rader, & Research Team 04
Contributed by Barney Beins

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