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Psychology Professor Leigh Ann Vaughn presented research at the annual meeting of the Society for Experimental Social Psychology (SESP) in Portland, Maine on October 16, 2009.

Her presentation was entitled Regulatory fit and persuasion: Effects of elaboration or transportation likelihood. It summarized current research in the field and presented new theory and research by Professor Vaughn and her research team students, Erin Abshere '06, Nathaniel Baum '07, Jolie Baumann '07, Laura Candeloro '06, Christine Dosch '07, Colin Flynn '07, Sarah Hesse '07, Christine Klemann '07, Jill Malik '05, Nora McCaffrey '06, Jessica Nuzzetti '07, Melehat Ozses '08, Zhivka Petkova '06, Sandra Schwartz '05, Lisa Schlessinger '07, Bill Smith '06, Lindsay Trudeau '06, Adam Weber '07, and Kumar Yogeeswaran '06.

Professor Vaughn is a fellow of SESP, which is a scientific organization dedicated to the advancement of social psychology.

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