Psychology Student Outcomes
Megan Clampitt '13 was a co-author on a poster titled "Effects of a high-fat high-dextrose diet on discrimination reversal and latent reversal in Sprague-Dawley rats" presented at the 83rd Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association in Pittsburgh, PA.
SamanthaVan Patten '13 was a co-author on a poster titled "Effects of saturated and poly-unsaturated fats on aggressive behaviors and acquisition of stimulus discrimination" presented at the NorthEast Undergraduate Research on Neuroscience (NEURON) Conference in New York City.
Justin Wellman, Stacey Lanza '11, Lauren Wetzel '12, Megan Di Lernia '10, and Colleen Lyons '11 presented a poster titled "Incorporating defensive pessimism into the goal priority theory of optimism and goal pursuit" at the 119th annual convention of the American Psychological Association in Washington, DC.
Fawn Caplandies '13, Alexandria Billington '13, and Justin Wellman presented a poster titled "Optimism, goal obstruction, and task performance in an online game" at the 83rd annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association in Pittsburgh, PA.
Erin McSherry '11 and Justin Wellman presented a poster titled "Two dark horses of motivation: Anxiety, depression and the self-regulation of pessimists" at the 83rd annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association in Pittsburgh, PA.
Brissa Volkes '13, New York State Psychological Association, Albany, NY
Bess Anna Krauss '14, The Mayo Clinic, Tomah, WI
Jennifer Knapp '16, Main View Art Gallery, Oneonta, NY
Tarrissa Sparks '15, Otsego County Department of Social Services, Cooperstown, NY
Julia Tooker '14, The ARC Otsego, Oneonta, NY
Graduate School Placements
Adam Blefari '13 entered a Psy. D. program in school psychology at Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.
Fawn C. Caplandies '13 entered a Ph. D. program in experimental psychology at the University of Toledo, Toledo, OH.
Hillary J. Hayen '13 entered a Psy. D. program in clinical psychology at Immaculata University, Frazer, PA.
Hope E. Irion '13 entered an M. A. program in creative art therapy at Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA.
Rachel E. McHale '13 entered a Psy. D. program in clinical psychology at Antioch University New England, Keene, NH.