The Behavioral Sciences Department hosted the 17th annual Mid-South Psychology Conference (MSPC) on Saturday, March 1, 2014. The conference welcomed more than 120 attendees and presenters from Christian Brothers University, The University of Memphis, Delta State University, Union University, Rhodes College, and University of Alabama in Huntsville. The Keynote address, Applications of Magnetoencephalography to the Psychological Sciences, was presented by Dr. Andrew C. Papanicolaou of University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center.
Pictured are two award winning student presenters, Antwa’nae Briars, who received 2nd place in the poster category with her presentation of Student Burnout related to Procrastination, and Diana Lockett and Daryl Stephens, who received 3rd place in the paper category with their presentation of Self-esteem, Distortion of the Truth, and Gossip. Other CBU student awardees included Talisha Frazier and Sarah McClain, who received an honorable mention in the paper category with their presentation of Attitudes toward Dating Violence and a Need for Control; Kierica Barnett and Gina McNeil, who received 3rd place in the poster category with their presentation of The Relationship between Personality and College Dormitory Life; and María Fernanda Fallas, who received an honorable mention in the poster category with her presentation of Perception of Cultures.