Congratulations to the Georgetown College students who presented their research at the Kentucky Psychological Association’s Spring Academic Conference.  Their work was very well received by the numerous judges from colleges and universities across the state.

Genee KPA 300x225 GC students well represented at KPA Spring Academic Conference

Genée Johns presented her honors thesis entitled, “The role of music absorption on the effects of music on acute stress in college students.”

Hannah KPA 300x225 GC students well represented at KPA Spring Academic Conference

Hannah Prassel presented her research on “Relationships among religious orientation, gratitude, and indebtedness.”

 

Kristin KPA 300x203 GC students well represented at KPA Spring Academic Conference

Kristin Allen presents her research on “Evolved Developmental niche parenting and socioemotional outcomes in middle childhood.”

Kelsey KPA 300x225 GC students well represented at KPA Spring Academic Conference

Kelsey Williams presented her research on “Individual differences and dental visit characteristics.”