College of Science & Technology
The following students presented posters and papers at the Student Scholars Symposium, April 26, 2012:
Kaitlyn Patterson and Joshua Hill, The Impact of Research Experience On Early Hand Preference. Faculty mentor: Dr. Joshua Williams.
Jessica Valdez and Scott Kelly, Experience Influences Impulsive Choice in Lewis and Fischer 344 Rats. Faculty mentors: Dr. Mirari Elcoro and Dr. Carlos Aparicio (Savannah State University).
Joshua Hill, The Value of Our Past: Transcribing the History of Psychology Laboratory at Armstrong. Faculty mentor: Dr. Mirari Elcoro.
Juanita Velez and Lindsay Langton, Correlates of Sub-Clinical Narcissism. Faculty mentor: Dr. Nancy McCarley.
Kyle Adams, Kathryn Potter and Zahnwhea Gorge, Exploring Volunteerism and Mood in a Population of Students Providing Enrichment to Shelter Dogs. Faculty mentor: Dr. Angie Koban.
Jeremy Harper, Brittany Mclaughlin and Jessica Valdez, The Determining Factors in an Individual's Choice not to Adopt an Animal. Faculty mentor: Dr. Angie Koban.
Daviana Garcia, A. Cross-Generational Analysis of the Grateful Disposition. Faculty mentor: Dr. Vann Scott.
Cosima Hoetger, Wendy Lozo, Daviana Garcia, Olivia Singleton and Rachel Hershberger, Pay it Forward: Using Benefit Triggered Gratitude to Increase Interest and Motivation for a Gratitude Intervention. Faculty mentors: Dr. Wendy Wolfe and Dr. Vann Scott.
Joshua Lightfoot and Rhiannon Pegan, Area Under the Curve as a Measure of Temporal Control. Faculty mentor: Dr. Mirari Elcoro.
Austin Esch, Joshua Lightfoot and Rhiannon Pegan, Influence of Caffeine on the Acquisition of Temporal Control. Faculty mentor: Dr. Mirari Elcoro.
Marshall Green, Evidence for non-visual spatial learning of array geometry via touch. Faculty mentors: Dr. Jonathan Roberts and Dr. Bradley Sturz.
Alicia Evans, Rotate or Replace? Learning of Spatial and Tactile Landmarks. Faculty mentors: Dr. Jonathan Roberts and Dr. Bradley Sturz (Georgia Southern University).
Katherine Gaskin and April Graves, Haptic Spatial Orientation using Geometry, Features, and Conflict. Faculty mentors: Dr. Jonathan Roberts and Dr. Bradley Sturz.