What kinds of projects have our SMP students done?
Prospective PsycSMPs: A past student may have suggested a path for future research that you would like to follow!
Students can visit the College Archives (Calvert 009-ground floor) to read or view past St. Mary's Projects Mondays and Thursdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (appointments recommended).
Access to a full SMP can depend on how a student completed a release form, but most SMPs can be read or viewed in the College Archives without restriction.
Electronic copies of SMPs are usually provided to faculty and staff upon request, but students are provided electronic copies of SMPs only with the permission of a faculty member.
Grein, Katherine. (2013, May). Literature and the self: Perspective change, reflection, and the relationship of leisure reading to identity development. * Winner of the Psychology Department SMP Award for 2013.
Kodluboy, Christine. (2013, May). Teaching academics and parenting about emotions: How children learn to feel good and do well in the classroom. *Winner of of the Myron G. Marlay Award for Outstanding SMP in the Sciences for 2012-2013.
Martin, Lydia. (2013, May). Decoding the meow: The effects of experience on interpreting the behavioral context of cat vocalizations.
Palacorolla, Heather. (2013, May). Compulsive drug seeking in the neonatal ventral hippocampal lesion model of schizophrenia.
Sitz, Liza. (2013, May). The effects of chronic corticosterone exposure on long-term memory consolidation in rats.
Sullivan, Emma. (2013, May). “No law can make me have friends”: Changing attitudes toward disabilities through Unified Sports.
Vandegrift, Abby. (2013, May). Ego-resiliency among college students: Is it related to academic performance?