Psychology Student Scholarship

Psychology Student Scholarship

 
This collection contains scholarship and creative works from students in the Department of Psychology at Otterbein University which include,, but not limited to undergraduate honor's papers, distinction papers, etc.

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Papers/Projects from 2018

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Written With Love: An Interpretation of Love Stories Through Movement and Emotion, Olivia Crawford

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Stigma and its Reduction: The Role of Knowledge, Causal Attribution, and Mental Disorder Type, Jesica N. Ferguson

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Attitudes Toward Prisoners: An Introductory Study, Kathleen Geyer

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Unintentional Minor Injury in Children: The Role of Executive Function and Motor Ability, Denise Richard

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Physical Boundaries and Social Networks: How Structural Configurations and Networks of Support Influence Life Satisfaction in Assisted and Independent Living Facilities, Morgan Watts

Papers/Projects from 2017

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Perceptions of Gender Non-Conforming Men: The Impact of Perceiver Gender, Relationship Status and Gender Role Ideology, Ciara A. Atkinson

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Maternal Stress and Stress Symptomatology in Children, Emily Klipa

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Essentialism of Addiction and Mental Illness, Mary Pirik

Papers/Projects from 2016

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Social Media Usage and Subjective Well-Being in Middle School Students, Kimberly R. Hutcheson

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Socializing in the Internet Age: A Comparison of Virtual and Traditional Groups in Terms of Self-Definition, Self-Investment, and Personality, Christopher T. Jurgens

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Is College Making Men Less “Manly?”: The Influence of Time Spent in a Liberal Arts Environment on Masculinity, Samuel Oakley

Papers/Projects from 2015

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Self-Objectification, Self-Valuation, and Bodily Self-Concept: An Examination of Women's Experiences in a Post-Feminist Society, Madeleine Holmes

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The effects of viewing patient-related physiological data on students' mental health stigma, Sabrina Kohls

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Factors Associated With Youth Athletes Discontinuing Vs. Staying In A Sport, Jessica R. Shibko

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The Influence of Preferred Music on Vigilance and Mental Workload, Michelle H. Wang

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Current Methods and Future Directions Regarding Working Memory Training Research, Emily G. Wright