Psychology Students to Present at Western Psychological Assoc. Convention
Twelve Woodbury University psychology students have had their research accepted for presentation at the Western Psychological Association’s annual convention in San Francisco in April.
The students and their research papers are as follows:
Picky retail stores: Level of service determined by customer profiling.
Content analysis: Sex, drugs, and alcohol in Disney movies
Academic dishonety in a college atmosphere
Television viewing and perceived reality
Getting inked: Do tattoos affect risky behavior?
Religiosity and sexual activity
Effect of doodling and texting on recall
Aggression: The priming effects of color
Sleep habits: Do college students get enough sleep?
Infidelity, age, and gender
Bilingualism and depression amongst college students
Stereotyping: The effects of gender and ethnicity on communication styles