Department of Psychology
Psychology Undergraduate Research Symposium 2021

The psychology major research symposium will be Friday April 30th and Monday May 3rd. The poster session will be asynchronous however students are asked to submit a 3-minute video (audio only or audio/visual) with their poster providing a walk-through. Posters must be submitted by 10AM Friday April 29th. Our talk symposium will be synchronous and will be both Friday April 30th and Monday May 3rd. Students will be allowed to submit an asynchronous recorded talk if their internet malfunctions. (Note all 2-semester 399s are required to submit a poster. Only honors students are required to present a talk- it is optional for other students).

Details
Start Time: April 30 2021 - 10:00 AM
End Time: May 10 2021 - 10:00 PM
Dr. Caroline Connolly
Heather Schneps
Optic Flow and the Reverse Pulfrich Effect
Gordon Ho
  • Gordon Ho
  • Wenyi Xu
Approximate Arithmetic Processing On Multiple Visual Ensembles
Kyra Bronfman
Psychosocial Factors and Technology Use: Relationships with Disordered Eating among College Students During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Greer Bizzell-Hatcher
Fostering Children’s Early Curiosity, Learning, and Motivation with Question-Asking: An Intervention Study
Danielle Caby
Sources of Religious Guilt
Tiffany Tieu
  • Danny Chiarodit
  • Julie Baum
Evaluating and Increasing Mask-Wearing on Penn's Campus
Anika S Dalvie
Will a CBT Smartphone App Perform Better than a Sham App in Improving Quality of Life for people with IBS?
Thomas Hogeboom
Measuring Continued Influence of Corrected Political Misinformation
Eirini Zoupou
Evaluating an Online Wellness Intervention for Greek Adolescents
Jayme C Banks
The Effects of Sleep on Category Structure Knowledge
Jacob Wee
The Role of Imagination-Induced Empathy in Decisions Impacting Other People and One’s Future Self
Maggie Tang
A Qualitative Study of Grit and Creativity in Michelin Star Chefs
Alessia McGowan
Impact of Friend Group Gender Composition on Depression in Adolescence
Kassidy Houston
Inferences in conversation: The relationship between questions and responses in goal-oriented tasks
Maya Brown-Hunt
Associations Between Children's Neighborhood Quality and Pubertal Hormones
Yuwen Wong
  • Eliud Vargas
The Effect of Context and Training on Forecasting Accuracy
Emma H Palermo
Effects of Sleep Deprivation on Mood in Depressed Participants With and Without Suicidal Ideation
Joshua S Steinberg
An Online Wellness Intervention for College Students: Evaluating the Efficacy of The Common Elements Toolbox (COMET)
Allison Ricks
  • Emily Potter
  • Jair Jean-Gilles
  • Isabella Schlact
Choose Your Adventure: A Novel Paradigm for Measuring Perseverative Thought
Skyler Cordrey
Young Children are Sensitive to their Learning Curve
Kelly Flynn
Previewing Beats Reviewing: How the Timing of Additional Instruction Affects Achievement
Grace Estabrook
  • Grace Estabrook
The Effect of Slow-Wave Disruption on Motivation and Effort in Major Depressive Disorder
Alexander Sislo
Comedic Dominance: Dominance’s Effect on Comedic Perception and the Potential Role That Gender Plays
Isaac Spear
The Quarterback and the Situation: Evidence for the Fundamental Attribution Error in Evaluations of Quarterback Success
Title Sort descending First & Last Name Co-Presenter(s) School Advisors Project Funding Source
A Qualitative Study of Grit and Creativity in Michelin Star Chefs Maggie Tang Wharton
  • Angela Duckworth
An Online Wellness Intervention for College Students: Evaluating the Efficacy of The Common Elements Toolbox (COMET) Joshua Steinberg College of Arts & Sciences
  • Dr. Robert DeRubeis, PhD
  • Akash Wasil
College Alumni Society Undergraduate Research Grant
Approximate Arithmetic Processing On Multiple Visual Ensembles Gordon Ho
Gordon Ho
,
Wenyi Xu
  • Elizabeth Brannon
Associations Between Children's Neighborhood Quality and Pubertal Hormones Maya Brown-Hunt
  • Austin Boroshok
  • Allyson Mackey
Attitudes and Preferences of Indian College Students towards Mental Health Interventions Laleh Pandole College of Arts & Sciences
  • Robert DeRubeis
  • Akash Wasil
US National Institutes of Health Grants
Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Inspiring Women to Compete Tiffany Schell College of Arts & Sciences
  • Coren Apicella
College Alumni Society Undergraduate Research Grant
Bringing Positive Psychology to Policing: A Practical Curriculum Sara Perkins
Sara Perkins
  • Dr. Martin Seligman
  • Eric Patterson
Children assume an asymmetry in syntax indicates an asymmetry in meaning Abigail Laver College of Arts & Sciences
  • John Trueswell
  • Victor Gomes
Other
Choose Your Adventure: A Novel Paradigm for Measuring Perseverative Thought Allison Ricks
Emily Potter
,
Jair Jean-Gilles
,
Isabella Schlact
College of Arts & Sciences
  • Dr. Ayelet Meron Ruscio
College Alumni Society Undergraduate Research Grant
Comedic Dominance: Dominance’s Effect on Comedic Perception and the Potential Role That Gender Plays Alexander Sislo College of Arts & Sciences
  • Gordon Bermant
Grants for Faculty Mentoring Undergraduate Research
Developing and Evaluating Brief Online Interventions to Promote Effective Giving: Pilot Anna Glickman College of Arts & Sciences
  • Robert DeRubeis
College Alumni Society Undergraduate Research Grant
Effects of Sleep Deprivation on Mood in Depressed Participants With and Without Suicidal Ideation Emma Palermo College of Arts & Sciences
  • Dr. Jennifer Goldschmied
  • Dr. Philip Gehrman
US National Institutes of Health Grants
Efficacy and Acceptability of an Ethical Decision Making Tool for Clinical Trainees Nicholas Bishop
Sarah Aina Shamsul Azhar
,
Jia Shi
College of Arts & Sciences
  • Melissa G. Hunt, Ph.D.
Other
Evaluating an Online Wellness Intervention for Greek Adolescents Eirini Zoupou College of Arts & Sciences
  • Robert J. DeRubeis
Grants for Faculty Mentoring Undergraduate Research
Evaluating and Increasing Mask-Wearing on Penn's Campus Tiffany Tieu
Danny Chiarodit
,
Julie Baum
College of Arts & Sciences
  • Dr. Melissa Hunt
College Alumni Society Undergraduate Research Grant
Follow Friends, One Hour a Day Jia (Elisa) Xu College of Arts & Sciences
  • Melissa Hunt
College Alumni Society Undergraduate Research Grant
Fostering Children’s Early Curiosity, Learning, and Motivation with Question-Asking: An Intervention Study Greer Bizzell-Hatcher College of Arts & Sciences
  • Allyson Mackey
College Alumni Society Undergraduate Research Grant
Holding Experts to Excessive Epistemic Standards: Re-examining Optimality Bias Samuel Borislow College of Arts & Sciences
  • Geoffrey Goodwin
College Alumni Society Undergraduate Research Grant
Impact of Friend Group Gender Composition on Depression in Adolescence Alessia McGowan College of Arts & Sciences
  • Dr. Sara Jaffee
College Alumni Society Undergraduate Research Grant
Inferences in conversation: The relationship between questions and responses in goal-oriented tasks Kassidy Houston College of Arts & Sciences
  • Delphine Dahan
College Alumni Society Undergraduate Research Grant
Measuring Continued Influence of Corrected Political Misinformation Thomas Hogeboom
College of Arts & Sciences
  • Joseph W. Kable
Other
Memory Priming and Intertemporal Choice Benjamin Epstein College of Arts & Sciences
  • Michael J. Kahana
Grants for Faculty Mentoring Undergraduate Research
Modeling the Retrieval of Counterfactual Thoughts Feiyi Wang
Feiyi Wang
College of Arts & Sciences
  • Sudeep Bhatia
  • Ada Aka
College Alumni Society Undergraduate Research Grant
Optic Flow and the Reverse Pulfrich Effect Heather Schneps College of Arts & Sciences
  • Johannes Burge
Grants for Faculty Mentoring Undergraduate Research