Katrina Nulf completed her Masters in Counselor Education at Virginia Tech. She currently works at Blue Ridge Behavioral HealthCare. She advised students to embrace the opportunities available to them in the psychology department and not to be afraid to “brag” a little about what they accomplished.
Drs. Filer and Camac discuss the effects of cell phone distractions on reading comprehension with seminar students.
Rosie Knisley, Taylor Smiley, Kelsey Collett, and Ashlyn Bailey pose with their seminar professor, Dr. Friedman.
Students explain their project examining the effects of pupil dilation on attractiveness.
Adam Keith, Erin Wolff, Brittany Papa, and Stephanie Clark pose with their seminar professor, Dr. Buchholz.
Students in the neuroscience seminar present to adjunct professor and local clinical neuropsychologist (Salem VA Hospital), Dr. Brian Shenal.
Nikki Hurless, Ethan Humphries, Aldijana Mekic, Sebastian Pena, and Hunter Gentry pose with their seminar professor, Dr. Nichols.
Students in the neuroscience seminar course explain their project to Drs. Buchholz and Pranzarone. This is the second year research seminar in neuroscience has been offered. The concentration is growing fast so it will be offered twice next year!
Siera Sims (Biology), Hazel Smitson, Rebecca Ward (Biology), Jennifer Klenzmann, and Julie Whitt pose with their seminar professor, Dr. Nichols.
Jess Gladfelter and Lauren Kennedy explain the instrument they created on group work to Dr. Early.
Dr. Filer’s T&M class created instruments this year. They presented their work at the college-wide conference and the psychology poster session this year. (not pictured: Dr. Filer, Sam Reis, Bri Griffith, and Sarah Ellison)
Seniors seriously consider Dr. Nichols’ pearls of wisdom.
Allison Williams, Jordyn Woods, and James Seelye pose with their seminar professor, Dr. Friedman.
Does caffeine intake influence feelings of jealousy?
Allison Getz, Gabby Reid, and Rakim Marsh pose with their seminar professor, Dr. Buchholz. (not pictured: Amanda Hartman)
Dr. Allen considers how mate value influences infidelity.
Victoria Rosendahl, Kelly Brickey, Lizzie Piecuch, and Ebony Spriggs pose with their seminar professor, Dr. Buchholz.