Mount Mercy University psychology students presented research posters at the 23rd Annual Tri-State Undergraduate Psychology Conference on November 2. Their works contributed to 50 data displays showcasing the detailed efforts of learners from across the tri-state area.
Undergrads Kyla Lindley, Megan Timm and Alison Roe offered their research entitled, Incremental Validity of Emotional Intelligence and Emotional Regulation in Relation to Testing for Prediction of Test Anxiety, as supervised by Dr. Ron Feldt. Students Ashley Hoffman and Lauren Statezni presented their data, Psychological Factors Related to Increased Pain Intensity in the General Population, under the guidance of Dr. Jen Lee.
“The conference gives students a chance to learn from each other as well as psychology experts,” states Dr. Dennis Dew, undergraduate research coordinator and assistant professor of psychology at Mount Mercy. “We’re already looking forward to next year.”
The 24th Annual Tri-State Undergraduate Psychology Conference is scheduled for Nov. 8, 2014 at Loras College.