Nine Covenant College students presented their research at the 2012 Southeastern Psychological Association (SEPA) conference in New Orleans. The accepted research posters were:

  • Parent’s Marital Status as a Predictor of Optimism and Physical Health in Adolescence presented by Samuel Al Hakeem ’13, Kim Auffarth ’14, and Kelsey Smoke ’14.
  • The Effects that Commercial Advertisements Have on a Person’s Self-Perception presented by Kristin Cole ’13 and Charles Lewis ’13 (Josiah Stanton ’13 did not attend but participated in the research).
  • Music as a Stimulant for Detail-Rich Long-Term Memory Retrieval presented by Lauren E. Spencer ’12, Rachael A. Lewis ’13, and Kimberly G. Gyger ’13.
  • Stereotype Threat and Female Mathematics Scores presented by David Korver ’13 (Ben Baldwin ’12, Matt Hudnut ’14, and Charles Lanum ’13 did not attend but participated in the research).

The presented research was conducted as part of Psychology 261, a research methods class taught by Dr. Kevin Eames, associate professor of psychology.

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