Student researchers in Psychology
Students in our Psychology Department are actively engaged in research. Below are examples of their work and accomplishments.
Maggie McMullin showing her poster to Chancellor Ford during UW-Parkside's Undergraduate Research Day.
Amanda Marks with her mentor Melissa Gregg at MPA.
Psychology major Carissa Rohde won this year's Teresa Peck Award for best paper on gender issues (written for Dr. Beyer's Psychology of Gender class). The award is worth $400. Great accomplishment!
Simmi Bharvani presents her research on Virtual Reality and Empathy at the Undergraduate Research Day at UW-Parkside.
Maggie McMullin at NCUR (National Conference on Undergraduate Research).
One of our students, Samantha Noll, received an undergraduate research grant from Psi Chi to conduct her research on visual change detection in deaf individuals (she got $2900)! Good job Sam!
Simmi Bharvani attended Stanford University for a summer program of classes. She applied at https://summer.stanford.edu for this program and received a scholarship whereby she only had to pay for room and board (and her travels there). She says that it was an incredible experience. I hope some of you will apply next summer.
Yo-Fan Callewaert presenting her research at the Association for Psychological Science
Victoria Ferstein presenting her poster at UW-System's Undergraduate Research Symposium
Michele Gloede and Emily Paulauskas published an article in the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology with faculty mentor Melissa Gregg. What an accomplishment!
Victoria Ferstein presenting her research at the Midwestern Psychological Association meeting in Chicago.
Michele Gloede presenting her research at the Midwestern Psychological Association meeting in Chicago.
Samantha Noll presenting her research at the UW-System Symposium on Undergraduate Research in Stevens Point.
Hannah Stamper presenting her research at the Midwestern Psychological Association in Chicago.
Kaylyn Norris presenting her research at the Midwestern Psychological Association in Chicago.
Who says research can't be fun? Samantha Noll, Amanda Greidanus, Yo-Fan Callewaert, and Victoria Ferstein present their research at the UW System Symposium in Stevens Point.
Yo-Fan Callewaert, dressed as Rey from Star Wars, presents her research on "Men's behavior towards women as a function of women's costume attire (cosplay): An experimental investigation of speed dating at a popular culture convention" at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research in North Carolina. Pictured with her mentor Sylvia Beyer wielding a light saber.
Victoria Ferstein (front right) and Michele Gloede (middle center) presented at "Posters in the Rotunda" in Madison, WI. Pictured with their mentor Melissa Gregg, second from left.