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Student Research

The Psychology Department at Manchester University has a strong record of undergraduate student research. This research is showcased every spring at a number of undergraduate research conferences. Psychology students often attend the following conferences: Butler University Undergraduate Research Conference, Ohio Undergraduate Research Conference, Chicago Area Undergraduate Research Symposium, Manchester-Bluffton-Goshen Psychology Conference, and the Manchester University Student Research Symposium.

The students listed below will present at the Manchester University Student Research Symposium on Tuesday, April 30, 2013. Congratulations on the acceptance of their original, scholarly work!

  • Kaitlyn Dewitt, Margo Hess, Taylor Jantzi, and Megan Spice: “The Relationship between Job Performance and Job Satisfaction in College Students”
  • Brandy Leeper and Trinity Schelich: “Students' Perceptions of Sexual Assault at a Small Liberal Arts College”
  • Ashley Landrum, Louise Magiera, and John McCall: “Parental Involvement and College Student Academic Success”
  • Andrew Kurtz and Derek Jones: “Reasons Why Students Return to College: A Qualitative Analysis”
  • Ashlea Koehl and Jessica Bostic: “The Effects of Vocal Cue-Training on Lie Detection”
  • Emily Goins and Stephanie Wilson: "The Last Time I Went to a Cocktail Party, I Lost My Poodle Skirt"
  • Dylan Hiner, Ted Maldonado, and Jessica Stafford: "Remembering the Get-Away Car Hurts Your Memory for the Robber: Retrieval-induced Forgetting for Visual Images"



Every year, the Department of Psychology attends and presents original research at the Bluffton University-Manchester University-Goshen College Undergraduate Research Symposium. Each school alternately hosts this event. The students below presented at this year's symposium, hosted by Bluffton University on Friday, April 5, 2013.

  • Dylan Hiner, Ted Maldonado, and Jessica Stafford: "Remembering the Get-Away Car Hurts Your Memory for the Robber: Retrieval-induced Forgetting for Visual Images"
  • Amanda Fogle, Samantha Green, and Alex Shaffer: "The Last Time I Went to a Cocktail Party, I Lost My Poodle Skirt"
  • Trinity Schelich and Brandy Leeper: "Students' Perceptions of Sexual Assault at a Small Liberal Arts College"
  • Kyle Knepp and Jordan Littlejohn: "Students' Perceptions About Graduate School Admissions Criteria"



Psychology students at Manchester also present their original research at an annual conference hosted by Butler University. The students
listed below presented at the 25th Butler Undergraduate Research
Conference on Friday, April 12, 2013. Congratulations on this exciting accomplishment!

  • Meredith Cors, Courtney Mensing, Noah Kasper, and Cassondra McGushion: "Cross-Validation of Four Indicators of Malingering"
  • Ashley Landrum, Louise Magiera, and John McCall: "Parental Involvement and College Student Academic Success"
  • Kyle Knepp and Jordan Littlejohn: "Psychology Student Beliefs about Graduate School Admission Criteria"
  • Derek Jones and Andrew Kurtz: "Reasons Why Students Return to College: A Mixed Methods Analysis"
  • Trinity Schelich and Brandy Leeper: "Students’ Perception of Sexual Assault at a Small Liberal Arts College"
  • Ashlea Koehl and Jessica Bostic: "The Effects of Vocal Cue-Training on Lie Detection"
  • Taylor Jantzi, Megan Spice, Kaitlyn DeWitt, and Margaret Hess: "The Relationship between Job Satisfaction and Job Performance in College Students"

 


 
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