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|
|1/25||1PM/Tol 216||Megan Himes||Infants' Ability to Parse Novel Tool Use Actions|
|2/2||1PM/Tol 216||Davis Van Dyk
||The Effects of Maternal Separation and Fluoxetine on Depression- and Anxiety-Like Behavior and Gene Expression in the Mouse Hippocampus|
|2/5||1:30PM/Tol 215||Katie Adams||Let’s Get It On: Music Lyrics’ Influence on Mating Strategy|
|2/9||12:30PM/Tol 216||Elke Nordeen||PARENTING MEASUREMENT: ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SELF-REPORT AND OBSERVAL METHODS IN THE CONTEXT OF FAMILY HOMELESSNESS|
|2/14||10:30AM/Tol 303B||Rebecca Divas
||Pomp and Circumstance: The Influence of Openness to Experience and Anticipated Self-Change on Self-Concept Clarity for Graduating Seniors|
|3/13||1:30PM/Tol 216||Natalie Libster||Can Spaced Repetitions Help Toddlers Learn Words from Video?|
|3/28||12:30/Tol 215||Michael Hartman||Semantic Response Consistency and Protocol Validity in The Structured Assessment of Personality Pathology|