Psychology Students Will Present Research

The Correlational Methods class in Psychology will make PowerPoint presentations of their research on December 13 in Science 153 beginning at 1:00 p.m. The campus community is invited to attend.

Participating students and their research are:
• Thais Hunter, Carl McKee, Chastity Ragland, and Sunny Wilks on “Parental Involvement and Academic Achievement”
• Laura Bailey and Tracie Mims on “Relationship between Religiosity and Happiness”
• Antonio Castro, Charmaine Cruz, and Jermel Tucker on “Relationship between Religious Commitment and Academic Success”
• Greg Griffin, Erin Huff, and Shelley Lawrence on “Relationship between Risk Behaviors and Self-esteem in College Females”
• Leanne Britton, Jason Hopper, Willard Wilks, and Herbert Wright on “Relationship between Intelligence, Self-efficacy, and Birth Order”
• Barbara Adams, Shmeka Gibson, and Victoria Kronenwetter on “Relationship between Exercise and Depression”
• Sarah Cagen, Richard Gray, and Sharonda Wilson on “Self-Esteem and Celebrity Worship in College Students”
• Bridget Buckley, Brittany Cochran, and Chaveka Duckett on “Relationship between College Females’ Level of Self-Esteem and Participation in Sports”
• Ponecia Anderson, and Shana Thompson on “Relationship between Locus of Control and Empathy in Acquaintance Rape Trials”
• Russell Brandon, Adrienne Hill, and Krista Gyarmati on “Relationship between Parental Weight Expectations and Dieting Behavior in Females.”

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