The MSPC is a forum for undergraduate psychology students to present original research. Participants receive friendly and professional feedback about the research from their peers, professors, and a panel of judges based on the research project and conference presentation. The following is a list of CBU students and their presentation topics.
Jacqueline Baker & Stephen Schenck - The relationship between corporal punishment and aggression.
Kimberley Gardner - The relationship between information communication technology use and psychological impairment.
Andrea Guyton & LaShaniqua Gregory - The hope study.
Hailee Brown - The relationship between narcissism, depression, and peer rejection.
Allison Davis, Taylor Goode & W. Richard Walker – Potential flashbulb memory for the re-election of President Obama: The roles of vividness and rehearsal.
Kimberley Gardner & Jessica Jameson - The relationship between peer rejection in
childhood, personality, and modes of communication.
Taylor Goode, Allison Davis, & W. Richard Walker - Potential flashbulb memory for the re-election of President Obama: The roles of personal significance and emotional impact.
Sheleinia Henderson – The relationship between aggressive driving and fear of dying.
Katelynn Hicks & Devinn Schwarzman – The relationship between boredom proneness and reality television.
Rochelle Rodriguez & April Collins – The relationship between sex roles and satisfaction in cross-sex friendships.
Caitlin Waldrop, Michelle Rivas & Kristin Robinson – The relationship between reality
Television, trends, and fashion consciousness.