Students in the M.S. program formally propose their thesis projects at a meeting arranged for that purpose. Faculty and graduate students attend these thesis proposal meetings. Undergraduate students and other members of the academic community are also cordially invited to attend. The proposal meetings are typically arranged 1-2 weeks in advance. Specific information about each of them will be posted here as it becomes available.
The titles of Thesis Proposals from earlier semesters are available in our Thesis Proposal Archive.
|Date||Time/Location||Name||Thesis Proposal Title|
||Heather-Anne Phelan||Effects of Multi-Day Practice Schedules on Learning and Memory|
||Haley Rian Cobb
||Attracted To Now: Individual Differences that Relate to Interest in Mindfulness-Based Interventions in the Workplace
|Olivia Pereira||Can Semantic Associations Produce Contextual Cuing?
||Do Learners Appreciate the Benefits of Testing?|
||Stephanie M. Vicari||Overcoming the Illusory Truth Effect: The Influence of Contextual Details on Memory Monitoring|
||Liana Galtieri||Maturity in Adulthood: Age Trends in Narrative-based Social Cognition and Object Relations Scores|
||Tiffany C. Kichline||Parent Appraisals, Postraumatic Stress Symptoms, and Coaching of Avoidant Coping Behavior After a Pediatric Injury
|4/20||10AM/305 Tol||David Saltzman||The Role of the Speech Envelope in Speaking Rate Compensation
|4/21||1PM/216 Tol||Emma Folk
||Parallel vs. Serial Processing in Language Comprehension|