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Thesis Proposal Schedule

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.

Spring 2022 Proposals
Date Time/Location Name Thesis Proposal Title
1/13  10:30 AM Zoom Gage Miller Online swipe or in-person type:  Online dating and self-esteem
1/18 1:00 PM Zoom William McCarthy CAN AN INVERTEBRATE ADD AND SUBTRACT?TESTING A NUMERICAL COGNITION METHODOLOGY WITH BUMBLEBEES (BOMBUS IMPATIENS)
2/9 12:30 PM Zoom Marissa Mulvey Parent History of Adversity, Infant Temperament, and Intrusive Parenting in the Contexts of Extreme Poverty and Homelessness
2/16 12:30 PM Zoom Rahma Goran Parenting emotion regulation and distress: Associations with quality of parent-infant relationships in families experiencing homelessness
4/4 11:30 AM Tol 407 Alexa Gonsalez THE ROLE OF CAUSALITY IN UNDERSTANDING HOW PRIOR EVENT KNOWLEDGE IMPACTS NEW LEARNING
4/12 1:00 PM Tol 314B Jason Navon CLINICIAN ATTITUDES AND KNOWLEDGE ABOUT SLEEP AND THEIR IMPACT ON NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
4/19 12:30 PM Tol 315 Samuel Sinemus The Impact of Modeling Mental States on Goal Directed Conversations
4/20 1:30 PM Zoom Madeleine Pekosz The Role of Autonomy Support During Childbirth In New Mothers' Maternal Self-Efficacy And Depressive Symptoms
4/26 1:30 PM Zoom Ryan Pluck Time course of episodic-like memory in rats in an object recognition task
5/3 1 PM Zoom E. Marie Shuter Spaced Learning: A Potential Mitigation of Learning Deficits from Sleep Restriction