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Psychology majors present behavioral research at regional conference

Psychology students and faculty at the Carolinas Psychology Conference at Campbell University

Psychology students and faculty at the Carolinas Psychology Conference at Campbell University

On Saturday, April 13, eight Randolph psychology majors presented their research at the Carolinas Psychology Conference, held at Campbell University in North Carolina.

Over the course of the fall and spring semesters, students conducted human and animal behavioral research in groups of two to three students. Each group gave a 15-minute oral presentation to an audience comprised of undergraduate psychology majors and psychology faculty from the region.

Presenting students were:

  • Tori “Tea” Green ’19 and Sarah Wardlow ’20: “The Effects of a Kudzu Root and St. John’s Wort Combination on Ethanol Intake”
  • Skye Gurbarg-Green ’19, Kirsten L. Arthur ’20, and Sarah P. Williams ’19: “Are Labs Good Lab Dogs? An Analysis of the Effect of Dogs on the Human Stress Response”
  • Brittany Lundy ’19, Kaila Washington ’19, and Kelsey Comer ’19: “Self-Presentation in Online Dating vs. Job Profiles”

The Carolinas Psychology Conference is one of the longest running undergraduate psychology conferences in the nation. The purpose of the conference is to provide undergraduates in psychology with the opportunity to present their research in front of their peers and faculty in a professional yet friendly setting.



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