Goucher Psychology Research Presented at the EPA 2019 Conference
During the first weekend of March, student members of research teams and Goucher professors traveled to New York City to attend the 2019 Eastern Psychological Association Conference.
Several of Goucher Psychology’s research teams participated in the conference by giving poster presentations. On Friday morning, Dr. Gillian Starkey and Goucher students John Gyimesi (‘19), Hannah Learner (‘20), and Jeremy Mandel (‘19) gave their poster presentation on Feeling The Beat: EEG Responses To Changes In Rhythm and Pitch.
Also on Friday morning, Dr. Thomas Ghirardelli’s research team presented their poster titled, Does Grasping Require Focal Attention. Goucher students Claire Fraser (‘20), Kathryn Monthie (‘19), Hannah Rubin (‘19), Elisha Lion (‘20), and Yanie Willie (‘19) co-authored this presentation as well.
On Saturday morning, Dr. Dara Friedman-Wheeler’s lab presented their poster, Psychometric Functioning of the French Version of the Coping Expectancies Scale (CES-F). Goucher students Ashlyn Appelbaum(‘19), Laurie Groshon(‘19), Samantha Klock (‘19), Taylor Winternitz (‘18), and Christina Yarrish (‘19) presented this poster, which was also co-authored by Dr. Ahmed Ibrahim of John Hopkins University. In addition, on Saturday afternoon, Dr. Brian Patrick and Goucher student Taylor Winternitz (‘18) presented their poster, Development of the Autonomy-Relatedness Compatibility Scale.
Congratulations to all Goucher faculty and students on their hard work as well as great poster presentations!