February 1, 2013
Psychology faculty, student presentations
The following psychology faculty and students gave presentations to the Society for Personality and Social Psychology in January in New Orleans.
Taylor Wadian, graduate student; Mark A. Barnett, professor; and Tammy Sonnentag, graduate student, presented "Children’s anticipated responses to two storybook characters: Evidence for (de)stigmatization by association"
Megan Miller, doctoral student; and Laura A. Brannon, professor, presented "Argument-based factors influence low self-monitors' attitudes toward performing health behaviors" and "Self ratings of factors influencing health-related behaviors."
Chelsea Schnabelrauch, second-year graduate student; Sonnentag and Brannon presented "Attitudinal agreement influences preference for moral rebels."