Schedule for Super Friday Talks and Poster Sessions — Plus: Zoom link for Talks

If you are unable to attend Super Friday and would like to Zoom into the “Talks” on May 5th, 2023, please use this link.

Schedule for TALKS on Super Friday, May 5, 2023

Note: All Talks will be held in Anderson 121

Group One 1:30-2:30pm

1:30-1:45 “Neuroplasticity, Sleep, and Recovery in the Adult Visual Cortex” REHANA NAIK OLSON

1:45-2:00 “Canine Aggression & the Brain: How Neuroplasticity Could Be Used to Understand & Treat Aggressive Dogs” EMILY HIRSHMAN

2:00-2:15 “The Effects of Parenting Styles on Academic Achievement: A Systematic Review” SUHANI THANDI

2:15-2:30 “Reward Mechanisms in the Persistance of Non-Suicidal Self-Injury” ELLIE LEON-MOFFLY

Group Two 3:00-4:00pm

3:00-3:15 “You Are Who You Wear: A Systematic Review of Enclothed Cognition” FREYA STAMETS

3:15-3:30 “Comparing the Effectiveness of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness-Based Interventions on Juvenile Offenders” NAOMI HOCHMAN

3:30-3:45 “Electronic Sex Work: Psychological Impacts of Content Creation on OnlyFans” GRACIE UTTLEY

3:45-4:00 “Love, Truth, and Healing: An Integrative Discussion of Childhood and Generational Trauma” JALEN CAUSEY

Schedule for Poster Sessions on Super Friday May 5, 2023

NOTE: All poster sessions will be held in the Anderson Atrium

Group One 1:00-1:45pm

“Efficacy of Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy as Treatment for Children with Social Anxiety Disorder” KELLY LYONS

“Adopting a Social Identity Approach to Promote Pro-Environmental Behavior” ALICE DAVILA

“Novel Pharmacotherapies for Treating Comorbidity of PTSD & Female Sexual Dysfunction” GABBY REYNAGA

“Do Dogs have an Evolved and Inherent Advantage for Social Thinking? A Test of Cooperation Between Dogs (Canis lupus familiaris) and Humans (Homo sapiens)” MADDY LORUSSO

“Are They Really to Blame, It’s Just a Game: Evaluating Video Game and Aggression Measures and Manipulations” JOE TISDALE

“Evaluating the Measurement of Sense of Belonging in Schools” HELEN DESTA

Group Two 2:30-3:15pm

“A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Trauma Symptoms” MILLER DAVISON

“Measurement in Adolescent Positive Peer Influence” HENRY EDMONDS

“Consequences of Continued Economic Inequality in America” KAILEY SMITH

“Engagement with Music Leads to Morphological Brain Changes Which Enhance Cognitive Function” AIDAN MARTIN

“Has Swiping Become Too Casual? Relationship Between Dating App Usage & High-Risk Behaviors” KEATON HALL

“Evaluating Prosocial Behaviors: Outcomes, Measurements, Future Directions” KRISTIN HULTGREN

Group Three 4:00-4:45pm

“How Psychedelics Contribute to our Understanding of the Unconscious Mind” ALEXEI THOMAS

“Social Facilitation in Eating Behaviors: Evaluating the Effects of Other Peoples’ Presence on Eating Activity” GRACE BLANCHETTE

“Psychedelics as Rapid Relief for Psychiatric Symptoms in Terminal Palliative Care Patients” AMANDA LILIENFELD

“Tangles, Trips, and Treatment: An Overview and Analysis of the Therapeutic Potential of Psychedelic Therapy for Alzheimer’s Disease” LAURIE AVILA

“The Positively Perplexing Puzzle of Positivity: Analyzing the Theories Underlying Emotional Goals in Older Adults” DAK BLAGBURN