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Course Poster Gallery, Reserach Presentations and Publications

Course Poster Gallery

Course assignments build to the completion of an individual research project that is presented at the end of the semester as a research poster and oral presentation.

Click here for our poster gallery of past student projects

Research Presentations

Some students have found additional outlets for their work in the form of public presentations, student journal publications and senior theses.

Alexander, Jalen, et al. (2011), What Variables Effect Student Performance on Standardized Tests? Presentation at Quantitative Training for Underrepresented Groups Meeting, Howard University, August 1, 2011.

Student Journal Publications

Warren, Rachel (2011), Variance in Comorbidity with Chronic Illnesses Among Different Types of Panic Attacks. Mind Matters: the Wesleyan Journal of Psychology, Vol. 6, 5-13.

StudentRouse, Isabel (2011), The Relationship Between Professed Sexuality in Adolescents and Aggressive Behavior. Mind Matters: the Wesleyan Journal of Psychology, Vol. 6, 25-34.

Nuzzi, Laura (2010), Peer, Parental, and Romantic Relations of Individuals Who Bully at an Early Age. Mind Matters: the Wesleyan Journal of Psychology, Vol. 5, 27-38.

Levran, Netta (2009), Association of Attractiveness and Popularity with Binge Drinking in Young Adults. Mind Matters: the Wesleyan Journal of Psychology, Vol. 4, 5-15.

Sandler, Michael (2007), Multiple Facets of the Heritability of Major Depressive Disorder. Mind Matters: the Wesleyan Journal of Psychology, Vol. 2, 57-69.

Speisman, Brittany (2006), The Association Between Early Parental Loss and Adulthood Depression. Mind Matters: the Wesleyan Journal of Psychology, Vol. 1, 19-27.

Theses

Issac Lichter-Marck (2012), The Association among Diet Breadth, Crypsis, and Enemy Free Space in a Temperate Forest Caterpillar Community. BA/MA thesis in Biology, Wesleyan University.

Rondon, Glamindi (2012), The Association between School Socioeconomic Composition and Student Achievement. Senior thesis in Sociology, Wesleyan University.  

Skorik, Christian (2010), Parasitism in Forest Caterpillars: complex ecology in a tritrophic system. BA/MA thesis in Biology, Wesleyan University.