Psychology Students Triumph at SNU's First Annual Research Symposium
At SNU's first annual Research Symposium in April, psychology students triumphed. Cliff Young, senior psychology major, won first place in his division for his thesis project entitled "Is There A Difference In Extraversion Scores When Related To The Belief And Practice Of Glossolalia."
Freshmen, Cesiley French and Stephanie Lee, also won first place in their division for a project on "The Effect of Social Norm Performance Stereotyping on College-Aged Students in a Classroom Setting."
In addition, seniors Brittni Boyd and Lee Harris also competed with a project examining film choices of SNU students.
The psychology department not only congratulates these students for their research success but hopes that the participation of students in research will only continue to increase.
Posted on Mon, September 24, 2007
by Stephanie Grant, Assistant Professor of Psychology