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Students present at Virginia Association of Psychological Science Conference

A group of Randolph students presented their research projects during the Virginia Association for Psychological Science’s spring conference last week: 

  • “Understanding trait based behavioral risk-taking: Impulsivity and sensation seeking,” presented by Hannah Edwards ’22, Cassidy Carter ’22, Haley Mundy ’22, and advisor Blair Gross, professor of psychology 
  • “Effect of perfectionism and goal orientation on persistence and self-efficacy,” presented by Anna Reynolds ’22, Meg Ritchie ’22, and advisor Holly Tatum, Randolph’s Mary Sabel Girard Professor of Psychology
  • “Effects of red and blue environments on stress and morality,” presented by Daisy Ayala-Gomez ’22, Jonathan Watters ’22, and advisor Blair Gross 
  • “To Report or not to report: College students and academic dishonesty,” presented by Makenzie Collins ’22, Jacob Mecenas ’22, Sha-Ron Bass ’22, and advisor Holly Tatum 
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