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January 8, 2008

Kira Moore ’09 Measures Accuracy of ‘Flashbulb Memories’

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Neuroscience major is performing EXCEL research with Jennifer Talarico, assistant professor of psychology Kira Moore ’09 (Lincoln Park, N.J.) is a Marquis Scholar majoring in neuroscience. This year, she is working as an EXCEL Scholar with Jennifer Talarico, assistant professor of psychology, on the project “Freshman Flashbulbs: Vivid Memories of Starting College.” The following is [...]

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August 27, 2007

Ashley Rieder ’08 Dissects Gender Communication Styles

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Psychology and English double major explores gender communication in the workforce with Susan Basow, Dana Professor of Psychology This summer, Ashley Rieder ’08 (Clark, N.J.) performed research that afforded her the opportunity to combine components of both of her majors, English and psychology. Under the direction of Susan Basow, Dana Professor of Psychology, Rieder worked [...]

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August 27, 2007

Ashley Rieder ’08 Dissects Gender Communication Styles

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Psychology and English double major explores gender communication in the workforce with Susan Basow, Dana Professor of Psychology This summer, Ashley Rieder ’08 (Clark, N.J.) performed research that afforded her the opportunity to combine components of both of her majors, English and psychology. Under the direction of Susan Basow, Dana Professor of Psychology, Rieder worked [...]

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August 9, 2007

Marjorie Schmidt ’08 Serves her Community during Summer Internships

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Psychology and English double major works with adults with disorders and high school students Marjorie Schmidt ’08 (Manahawkin, N.J.) has been very busy this summer. The psychology and English double major has taken two internships—in a high school guidance department and in a care program for adults with various disorders. From the end of school [...]

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August 6, 2007

Jenny Boyar ’08 Examines Generational Attitudes toward Body Image

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English and psychology double major worked with Jamila Bookwala, associate professor of psychology Women’s insecurities about their appearances drive advertising for everything from makeup to underwear. Women of all ages are obsessed with looking young and beautiful. But perhaps there is a distinction between how women of different generations think about their own bodies. Jenny [...]