Research With Faculty


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Our undergraduate and graduate psychology students have been busy! Read about their accomplishments below. If you are interested in research experience with a faculty member, please contact us directly!

2017 - 2018

PUBLICATIONS

Kirsten Arnett, Alexandra Roach, Meredith Elzy & Laura Jelsone-Swain (2018) Childhood emotional invalidation and right hemispheric mu suppression during a pain empathy task: An EEG study, Social Neuroscience, https://doi.org/10.1080/17470919.2018.1441905

 

CONFERENCE AWARDS

Jonathan Burton, 2nd year graduate student
Mentor: Laura Swain
2nd Place in Graduate Student Category, South Carolina Psychological Association (SCPA) conference, Myrtle Beach, SC
The Influence of Depressive Symptoms on FRN Amplitude: An EEG Study

Ty’Keyana Mickels, 2nd year graduate student
Mentor: Laura Swain
3rd Place in Graduate Student Category, South Carolina Psychological Association (SCPA) conference, Myrtle Beach, SC
Error Awareness and Pe Amplitude in Athletes During a Response Inhibition Task: An EEG Study

RESEARCH AWARDS

SC Research Foundation Magellan Scholars

Gabrielle Gray & Sarah Przywara. Perspective Taking and Stigma Reduction toward Convicted Felons. ($5,500)
Mentor: Dr Pazda

Jamal Lopez. Perception and Political Attitudes: Does Perceived Bias of News Networks Affect Attitudes Toward News Content? ($2,750)
Mentor: Dr Pazda

Sara Anne McCommon. The Effect of Acetaminophen on Pain Empathy and Mu Rhythm Suppression. ($2,750)
Mentors: Drs Roach & Swain

SC INBRE Biomedical

Mason Rodriguez. An investigation into the neuroscience of emotion-processing using noninvasive brain stimulation ($5,000)
Mentor: Dr Roach

Kiamondi Thomas. Effects of Anxiety on Inhibitory and Attentional Control ($2,000)
Mentor: Dr Roach

Juliette Seremak. The Effects of Vascular Risk Factors on Inhibitory Control in Cognitively Healthy Young Adults ($2,000)
Mentor: Dr Roach