Student-Faculty Research Collaboration

In almost all of our activities, we find ways for motivated students to be involved. This kind of collaboration happens most frequently with respect to research. Learning how to conduct empirical research is central to the education of the psychology major. Active engagement in every part of the research process helps psychology students develop systematic, rigorous ways of thinking about people. There are many opportunities for students to be involved in research in the department, and we have excellent resources for data collection and analysis. Students also practice valuable communication skills by presenting research at our in-house Psychology Day each semester. Some student work is also submitted to regional or national conferences. After conducting research while at Muhlenberg, students often continue such work in graduate programs, and in business settings that increasingly depend on their employees to understand people and to know how to learn about them in systematic ways. 

Students are introduced to research immediately in Introductory Psychology by participating in research studies being conducted by our faculty and upper level students. This foundation continues through other courses in the major including Psychological Statistics, Research Methods, Sensation & Perception and others. Several upper-level courses require students to develop and implement their own research projects (e.g., Cognitive Processes). Most notably, the 400-level Advanced Research courses serve as our capstone course for the major. Students develop, run, analyze, and present high-quality, novel, and sophisticated research studies, some of which are later presented at regional or national conferences. 

Beyond the classroom, dozens of students each semester work directly with faculty on their research, and develop independent projects in collaboration with faculty. Specific faculty research interests vary widely (e.g., understanding trauma, risk perception, perceptions of ADHD and autism, music perception, multiculturalism, LGBTQ issues in Black populations). See our faculty pages for more information about current research interests.  Each year, additional students choose to participate in our year-long thesis program featuring advanced, original research. The program is developmental in that it seeks to offer intellectually curious students an intensive year-long experience of mentorship and collaboration. Thesis students are eligible to receive graduation honors and may apply for one of the departmental annual research award: The Rosenberg Award and the Crist Family Research Fellowship.

Current students interested in doing research can learn more here.

 

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Student-Faculty Research Publications/Presentations

* Denotes Muhlenberg College Student

^ Denotes Journal Publication

2017

Bagley, E.J., Sinno, S., Smith, B.* (2017, April). Children’s explanations of economic inequity. Paper presented at the Society for Research on Child Development Biennial Conference in Austin, Tx.

Baker, C.*, Lewis, N.*, & Rudski, J.M. (2017, May). Poverty and Cognition: A “Seductive Allure” of Psychological Explanations, and a Preference for Group over Individual Assistance. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science, Boston, MA.

Gotthard, G.H., Aldrich, F.*, Balsamo, D.*, Fell, C.*, and Nash H.* (May, 2017). Tactile visuospatial distractor effective at disrupting declarative memory. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Boston, MA.

Katriel, E.* Fogelman, A.*, Weinstein, H.*, Weisenseel, K*. & Wolfe, C. (2017, May). Not Feeling Your Pain: Failing to Understand the Harm of Racial Microaggressions. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science, Boston, MA.

Kenney, L.* and Gotthard, G.H. (May, 2017). Effects of a reminder on cycloheximide-induced amnesia for an odor discrimination in rats. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Boston, MA.

Lehmann, J.S.*, Montgomery, S.M.*, Strickberger. E.S*. & Rudski, J.M. (2017, May). Rationality, Irrationality, and Arationality: An Exploration of Unsubstantiated Beliefs. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science, Boston, MA.

Lorenz, K.G.*, Glass, A.S.*, Kantor, A.R.*, & Rudski, J.M. (2017, May). A Multidimensional Model of Addiction: Consequences, Outcomes, and Stigma. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science, Boston, MA.

Rudski, J.M., Orlin, D.J.*, & Boyle, E.J.* (2017, May). Academic Accommodations Following a Traumatic Brain Injury: A Survey of College Professors. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science, Boston, MA.

Smith, B.*, Bagley, E.J., & Sinno, S. (2017, April). Links between children’s perceptions of current life satisfaction and hopefulness for the future: No the same for all. Poster presented at the Society for Research on Child Development Biennial Conference in Austin, Tx.

Vlattas, E.*, & Michniewicz, K.S. (2017, May). Perceptions of Heroes and Villains As Underdogs.Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science, Boston, MA.

2016

Rudski, J.M., Ibrahim, D*, & Sperber, J.F.* (2016, May). Recognizing Sociocultural Influences on Depression is Easier in Foreign Than in Gendered Contexts. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL.

Silverstein, M.*, Polcaro, L.*, Truitt, R.*, & Rudski, J.M. (2016, May). First Do No Harm: The Ethics of Revealing Placebo Effects. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL.

Sinno, S., Bagley, E., Smith, B. *& Fishbein, S.* (2016, May). Adolescents' Perceptions of their Socioeconomic Status Impacts their Psychological Well-being. Poster presented at Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention, Chicago, IL.

Terjesen, M.D., Sciutto, M. J., Gerardi, N., Esposito, M., Nicosia, V.*, Nazarian, R., Lebowitz, T., & Hicks, A. (2016, August). Single-case methodology in clinical outcome research (1994-2014). Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Denver, CO.

2015

Allen, E.T.*,  Arora, M.*,  Spadavecchia, F.*, & Rudski, J.M. (May, 2015). Cognitive Enhancement is Less Concerning When it Promotes the Greater Good. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, New York NY.

Bagley, E.J., Kline, D.*, Mangino, D.*, & Levin, R.* (2015, October). Perceived social status as a moderator of links between controlling parental behavior and well-being. Poster presented at the Society for the Study of Emerging Adulthood, Miami, FL.

Baron, C.*, Zimel, C.*, Relkin, E.*, & Edelman, L. (2015, May). Music and Emotion: Implicit Measures. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, New York, NY.

Brookland, R.*, Grande, A.*, Howley, K.*, & Edelman, L. (2015, May). The Emotional Effect of Punctuation in Texting. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, New York, NY.

Harring, K., Edelman, L., & Ross, J.* (May 2015).  Bopping and bonding: Does moving to the beat influence social bonding? Poster presented at the 27th annual Association Psychological Science meeting, New York, NY.

Herbsman, B.S.*, Quitter, E.D.*, Bilgram, N.P.* & Rudski, J.M. (May, 2015).  Decisions to Terminate Life Support: Influence of Perceived Patient Agency and Experience. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, New York NY. 

Kline, D. M.*, Solomon, S.M.*, Goldberg, J.R. , Saulle, M.C.*, Scher, C.J.*, & Rudski, J.M. (May, 2015). Would you Let Ben Sleep Over? Medicalization, Appearance, and Stigma. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, New York NY.    

Knepper, L.M.*, Sperber, J.F.*, Hinchcliffe, C.M.*, Tremont, M.E.*, & Rudski, J.M. (May, 2015). Biopsychosocial Influences on Depression: Does Medication Distract us from Social Causes? Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, New York NY.

Mangino, D.*, Kline, D.*, & Bagley, E.J. (2015, March). Self-efficacy mediates relations between maternal control and self-esteem. Poster session presented at the biannual meeting of the Society of Research in Child Development in Philadelphia, PA.

Patterson, T.*, & Wolfe, C. (2015, June). Perceptions of Previously Incarcerated Black Fathers Re-entering into Family Life. Poster presented at the Biennial Conference of the Society for Community Research and Action, Lowell, MA.

Patterson, T.* (2015, June). The Prison Industrial Complex and the Black Familial Structure. Poster presented at the Biennial Conference of the Society for Community Research and Action, Lowell, MA.

Rudski, J.M., Quitter, E.D.*, Bilgram, N.P.*, Herbsman, B.S.*, Hinchcliffe, C.M.*, Tremont, M.E.*, Knepper, L.M.*, Sperber, J.F.*, Arora, M.*, Allen, E.T.*, & Spadavecchia, F.* (May, 2015). Placebos, Side Effects, and Intent: The Ethics of Cognitive Enhancement. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, New York NY.

Sahl, C.*, Gotthard, G. H., & Hess, L.* (2015, May). Updating consolidation: Visuospatial distractor effectively disrupts reconsolidation of appetitive memory.Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, New York City, NY.

Schoenberg, K., Allen, E.*, & Wolfe, C. Beautiful is Good… and Mean? (March, 2015). Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Sinno, S., Gates, A. *, & Rosenberg, A.* (2015). Adults’ Perceptions of Homophobic Language among Children and Adolescents. Poster presented at Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention, New York, NY.

^Sinno, S., Schuette, C. & Hellriegel, C.* (2015). The impact of family and community context on children’s understanding of parental roles. Journal of Family Issues, online first, 1-22.

2014

Carusone, N. *, Nicosia, V. *, & Richmond, K. (2014, August). Sexism and ageism in the workplace.  Poster presentation at the Conference of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Glickman, B. * & Gotthard, G. H. (May 2014). “Updated” consolidation: Cycloheximide only effective for new sand maze location in rats. Poster accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA.

Sciutto, M. J., Gonzalez. J. L. *, Grasso, E. *, Donahoe, M. L. *, Fliegelman, M. S. *, & Psillos, A. E.*  (2014, August). Neurodiversity and Stigma Toward Autism Spectrum Disorders. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Sharon, C. *, Frick, N. *, Miller-Sobel, J. * & Gotthard, G.H. (May 2014). Cycloheximide disrupts “linked” memory in novel animal model of PTSD. Poster accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA.

Sinno, S., Richmond, K., Rosenberg, A. *, Gates, A. *, & Silk, C. * (August, 2014). Masculinity and homophobia. Poster presentation at the Conference of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

2013

Alpert, S. *, Dickey, J.P. *, & Rudski, J.M. (May 2013). Risk Estimation: Do People Always Think Straight? Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Washington, D.C.

Gonzalez, J. *, Franklin, M. *, Mansolillo, V. *, Ring, A. *, & Wolfe, C. (May, 2013). Stigmatic Implications Associated with the Symptomatology of Schizophrenia. Poster presented at the 25th Annual Convention for the Association for Psychological Science, Washington, D.C.

Gotthard, G. H. & Sherman, B.* (May, 2013). Propranolol not effective in predator-based model of PTSD in rats. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Washington, DC.

^Richmond, K., Geiger, L.*, & Reed, C.* (2013). The personal is political: A feminist and trauma-informed therapeutic approach to working with a survivor of sexual assault. Clinical Case Studies.

Robbins, T. *, Seeba, J. *, Dubinsky, J. *, & Rudski, J. (May 2013) Preference for Natural versus Artifical Medication is Affected by Dread. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Washington, D.C.

Rudski, J.M. , Field, G. J. *, & Kratchman, D. M. * (May 2013). Fixed versus Growth Mindsets and Ethics of Pharmacological Enhancement. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Washington, D.C.

Sinno, S., Repice, J.*, & Stovall, B. * (2013, May).  Social reasoning about distributive justice in school-aged children. Poster presented at Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention, Washington, D.C.

2012

Edelman, L. L., Greenfield, D.*, & Wagner, D.* (2012, May). Smile for the Camera?  Poster presented at the American Psychological Society convention, Chicago, IL.

Eyzerovich, E.* (2012, May). Effect of Thought-Action Beliefs and Subtype on Stigma Towards Individuals with OCD. Poster presented at the American Psychological Society convention, Chicago, IL.  (Thesis Advisor: Mark Sciutto).

Genualdi, A.P.*, Lieberman, A.C.*, & Rudski, J.M. (2012, May). Recreational Drugs: Preference for Natural Over Artificial Versions. Poster presented at the American Psychological Society convention, Chicago, IL. 

Gotthard, G. H., Molchany, S.*, & Garlatti, G.* (Jan. 2012). Authentic assessment versus traditional assessment of active learning. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology, St. Pete Beach, FL.

Hourani, A.*, Roth, S.*, Sinno, S. M., &  Zeitoun, J.* (2012, May). Family Engagement in an Urban Middle School: Investigating Multiple Perspectives. Poster presented at the American Psychological Society convention, Chicago, IL. 

Lopez, A.* & Harring, K. (2012, July). Do media representations of Africans influence stereotypes of African Americans? Poster presented at the Psychologists for Social Responsibility Conference, Washington, DC.

Merker, S.E.*, Wehrle, K.T.*, & Rudski, J. M. (2012, May). Ethical Concerns With Cosmetic Psychopharmacology: Is It the Pill or the Principle? Poster presented at the American Psychological Society convention, Chicago, IL. 

Richmond, K., Condit, C*, Davin, M.*, & Gaffney, M.* (2012, August). Positive Masculinity and Attitudes Toward Women. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Orlando, FL.

Richmond, K., Greenfield, D.*, & Piccone, V.* (2012, August). Third-Generation Holocaust Survivors: Identity and Psychological Well-Being. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Orlando, FL.

Sciutto, M. J., Allegretti, F.*, Eyzerovich, E.*, Franklin, M. K.*, & Hamilton, E. J.* (2012, August). The Relationship of ADHD Knowledge and Misconceptions to Treatment Acceptability. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Orlando, FL.

^Sciutto, M. J., Richwine, S., Mentrikoski, J. M. & Niedzwiecki, K. J. (2012). A Qualitative Analysis of the School Experiences of Students with Asperger’s Syndrome.  Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities, 27, 177 – 188.

Silverberg, S.* & Sinno, S. (2012, February). Who gets what? Adolescents' distribution of school resources. Poster presented at SRCD Themed Meeting: Positive Development of Minority Children, Tampa, FL.

Sinno, S. & Goebel, S.*( 2012, June). How do I know what to do when I'm older? Poster presented at the 10th      Biennial Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues Convention, Charlotte, NC.

Sinno, S. M., Repice, J.*, Silverman, J.*, & Stovall, B.* (2012, May). Children’s and Adolescents’ Reasoning About Allocation of School Resources. Poster presented at the American Psychological Society convention, Chicago, IL. 

Vallone, M.*, & Edelman, L. L. (2012, May). Cigarette Smoking and Secondhand Smoke Perceptions on a College Campus. Poster presented at the American Psychological Society convention, Chicago, IL. 

Wolfe, C. T., Romano, N. A.*, Schloss, H.*, Seife, D.*, & Shafer, J.* (2012, May). Race and Weight Influence White Women's Perceptions of Other Women. Poster presented at the American Psychological Society convention, Chicago, IL. 

2011

Edelman, L., Helm, P., Bass, A.*, Brehm, L.*, Katz, M.*, & Wolpow, M.* (May 2011) Emotion in music: The Role of Episodic Memories.  Poster presented at the 23rd Annual Association of Psychological Science meeting, Washington, DC 

^Faust, C.*, Silverberg, J.*, & Rudski, J.M. (2011). The Box top spatial maze.Journal of Behavioral and Neuroscience Research [Special Issue: Laboratory Activities for Courses in Learning; Eds. R. Flint, Jr. & M. Anderson].

^Gotthard, G.H., Block, J. N.*, Cohen, M.*, & Houck, C.* (2011). Spatial and nonspatial foraging: Appetitively motivated paradigms for the study of learning and memory in rats. Journal of Behavioral and Neuroscience Research [Special Issue: Laboratory Activities for Courses in Learning; Eds. R. Flint, Jr. & M. Anderson].

^Cohen, J.* & Gotthard, G. H. (2011). Extinction of appetitive learning is disrupted by cycloheximide and propranolol in the sand maze in rats. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 95, 484-490.

Harring, K., Edelman, L, & Zito, D.* (May 2011) Competition versus communality: Influences on the perceptions of same-sex others.  Poster presented at the 23rd Annual Association of Psychological Science meeting, Washington, DC 

Kanner, S.A.*, Sciutto, M.J., & Rudski, J.M. (August 2011). Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Contact, and Stigma. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Morse, E.*, Harring, K., & Richmond, K. (May 2011). Gender and masculine ideology influence perceptions of gay fraternity members. Poster presented at the 23rd annual Association of Psychological Science meeting, Washington, DC.

Nugent, N., Sinno, S., Patterson, R.*, Porrino, D.*, & Wolloch, D.* (2011, April). Family engagement in community schools.  PA Campus Compact Conference, Carlisle, PA.

^Richmond, K., Burnes, T. & Carroll, K.* (2011). Lost in Trans-lation: Interpreting Systems of Trauma for Transgender Clients. Traumatology.

Robbins, K.*, & Rudski, J.M. (May 2011). Ratio bias is diminished by risk, positive framing, or serious consequences. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Washington, D.C.

Rudski, J.M., Smith, M.*, Morrone, D.*, & Sciutto, M.J. (May 2011). Autism Awareness Videos May Inadvertently Increase Stigma. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Washington, DC.

^Rudski, J.M., Osei, W.*, Jacobson, A.R.*, & Lynch, C.R.* (2011). Would you rather be injured by lightning or a downed power line? Preference for natural hazards. Judgment and Decision Making, 6, 314–322.

^Rudski, J.M., Bernstein, L.R*., & Mitchell, J.E.* (2011). Implicitly erotic art across the menstrual cycle. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 40(4), 767-73.

2010

Carroll, K.* (2010). Complex PTSD and transgender clients. Paper presentation at the Conference of the American Psychological Association. San Diego, California, 2010

Cohen, J. * & Gotthard, G. H. (May, 2010). Cycloheximide and Propranolol Disrupt Memory in Appetitive Rat Model of Learned Helplessness. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Boston, MA.

Edelman, L., Helm, P., Van Waalwijk, J*., Brehm, L.*, & Bass, A.* (May 2010) Emotion in music: Do song evoke feelings or simply represent them? Poster presented at the 22nd Annual Association of Psychological Science meeting, Boston, MA.

Gallub, N.T.*, Manzella, H.M.*, Schaefer, C.M.*, Van Waalwijk, J.M.*, & Rudski, J.M. (May 2010). Disability, stigma, and magical contagion. Poster presented at Association for Psychological Science, Boston MA.

Gonzalez, E.*, Block, J.* & Gotthard, G. H. (April, 2010). Protein Synthesis Inhibition and Appetitive Memory     Reconsolidation: Effects of Cycloheximide on Retrained Odor Discrimination Memory in Long-Evans Rats. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

^Gotthard, G. H. & Knoppel, A. B.* (2010). Cycloheximide produces amnesia for extinction and reconsolidation in an appetitive odor discrimination task in rats. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 93, 127-131.

Gotthard, G. H., Marini, J. M.*, Mangel, S.*, Block, J.*, Tate, D.* & Hackmyer, C.* (Nov. 2010). Animal model of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD): Effects of propranolol on exploration in an elevated plus maze in rats. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA.

Osei, W., N. *, Jacobson, A.R.*, Lynch, C.R.*, & Rudski, J.M. (May 2010). Would you rather be injured by lightning or a downed power line? Poster presented at Association for Psychological Science, Boston MA.

^Richmond, K., Carroll, K.* & Demboske, K.* (2010). Gender Identity Disorder: Concerns and Controversies. In J. Chrisler & D. McCreary (Eds.), The Handbook of Psychology and Gender. (pp. 111-131). New York: NY: Springer.

Sinno, S. & Silverberg, S.* (2010, March) Who gets what? Adolescents’ distribution of school resources. Poster presented at the Society for Research on Adolescents, Philadelphia, PA

Wolfe, C.T., Chi, J., *Rabinovich, A., *Cole, L., *Freckleton, S. & *Murphy, M. (2010, October). Student and Faculty “Happy Talk” about Diversity: An Obstacle to Teaching about Racism. Poster presented at the 10th Annual Diversity Challenge: “Race and Culture in Teaching, Training, and Supervision." Boston, MA.

2009

Edelman, L., Helm, P.B., Katz, B.*, and Hatcher, S.* (May, 2009).  Mode, timbre, musical training and personality influence emotional responses to music.  Annual Meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA

Edelman, L., Helm, P.B., Katz, B.*, and Hatcher, S.* (August, 2009) Mode, timbre, musical training and personality influence emotional responses to music. Society for Music Perception and Cognition, Indianapolis, IN.

^Edelman, L., Helm, P.B., Katz, B.*, and Hatcher, S.* (submitted 2009) Mode, timbre, musical training and personality influence emotional responses to music. Music Perception.

Glueck, J.*, Eadline, M.*, Marini, J.*, and Gotthard, G.H. (March, 2009). Protein synthesis inhibition and extinction: Does cycloheximide produce amnesia for extinction of and odor discrimination in rats? Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Pittsburgh, PA.

Merritt, K.* (2009). Fusion among lesbian undergraduate couples. Poster presentation at 34th Annual Conference of the Association of Women in Psychology, Providence, Rhode Island.

Rodriguez, K.* (2009). White racial identity and eating disordered behavior. Poster presentation at 34th Annual    Conference of the Association of Women in Psychology, Providence, Rhode Island.

Rudski, J.M., Bernstein, L.*, & Mitchell, J. E.* (May 2009). Sometimes a flower is just a flower: Implicitly erotic art across the ovarian cycle. Poster presented at Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA.

^Rudski, J.M., Segal, C.*, & Kallen, E.* (2009). Harry Potter and the End of the Road: Parallels with addiction. Journal of Addiction Research and Theory, 17, 260-277.

 Sciutto, M.J., Richwine, S., Mentrikoski, J. M.* & Niedzwiecki, K. J.* (2009, August) Asperger’s Syndrome and Education: A Qualitative Analysis. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, ON.

Sciutto, M. J., Rudski, J. M., Herman, E.*, & Naab, L.* (2009, February). Labeling and Stigma in Asperger’s Disorder and Autism.  Poster presented at the 41st annual meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), Boston, MA.

Sinno, S. & Silverberg, S.* (2009, June). Age-related changes in reasoning about distributive justice. Poster presented at 39th Annual Meeting of the Jean Piaget Society, Salt Lake City, UT.

2008

Chi, J.K.G., Wolfe, C. T., *Weiss, D., *Leavitt, R., *Grom, L., *Rodriguez, K., & *Prevete, T. (2008, June). Social Justice and "Diversity Talk" at a Small Liberal Arts Institution. Poster presented at the conference for the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, Chicago, Illinois.

Rudski, J.M., Segal, C.*, & Kallen, E.* (May, 2008). Harry Potter and the end of the road: Parallels with addiction. Poster presented at Association for Psychological Science, Chicago IL.

Sinno, S., Lee, P.*, & Martin, D.* (2008, April).  Parental occupations and adolescent’s attitudes toward equality in the home.  Poster presented at the Biennial Gender Development Research Conference, San Francisco, CA.

2007

^Dale, D., Rudski, J.M., Smith, E.*, & Schwartz, A.* (2007).  Innumeracy and incentives: A ratio bias experiment.  Judgment and Decision Making, 2, 243-250.

Edelman, L., Albertelli, S.*, Celebre, M.*,  Meenan, C.*, & Rodríguez, K.* (2007) Auditory and Analytic Learners Benefit from the Addition of a Relevant Picture on PowerPoint.  Eastern Psychological  Association Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA

Edelman, L., Brookstein, P*., Greenberg, S.*, Rosenberg, R.*, & Zur, J.* (2007) Presentation format affects the     retention of individuals with different learning styles. Eastern Psychological Association Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA

Greenberg, S.* & Sedehi, D.* (2007). Inside/Out: Infusing multiculturalism in college orientations through documentary theater. Paper presentation at the 2006 Association for Women in Psychology Conference, Seattle, Washington.

Heller, C. A.*, & Tjeltveit, A. C. Asperger’s versus Autistic Disorder? Clinician and student diagnosis and attitudes, presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological  Association, San Francisco, CA, August, 2007.

^Rudski, J.M. & Edwards, A.* (2007). Malinowski goes to college: Factors influencing students’ use of ritual and superstition. Journal of General Psychology, 134, 389- 403.

Rudski, J.M., Salani, R.J.*, Levin, S.N.*, & Newman, J.L.* (May 2007). Attitudes toward Aspergers: emic versus etic Perspectives. Poster presented at Association for Psychological Science, Washington DC.

^Sciutto, M. J. & Eisenberg, M.* (2007). Evaluating evidence for and against the overdiagnosis of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Journal of Attention Disorders, 11, 106-113.

Wolfe, C., Buck, D., *Davenport, M., Lytle, J., Krantz, J. & Liwski, N. (2007, May). Approaching intelligence and avoiding stupidity: Self-determination, BIS/BAS and contingencies of worth. Poster presented at the Third International Conference on Self-Determination Theory, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.