Psychology

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Psychology Students Awarded Graduate Equity Fellowships!

September 9, 2013


Several graduate students in the Psychology Department were awarded the CSUN Graduate Equity Fellowship.  Congratulations to the students and their mentors!

David Martinez-Alpizar 



David Martinez-Alpizar will work with his mentor, Dr. Luciana Laganà, to complete his thesis project entitled “A Path Analysis Model for Computer Self-Efficacy Among Older Adults.”  






Rebecca Stephens   


Rebecca Stephens will complete her thesis, "Childhood Sexual Abuse as a Risk Factor for Adult Sexual Victimization: The Influence of Posttraumatic Symptoms" with Dr. Andrew Ainsworth as her mentor. 






 Lorraine Becerra     



Lorraine Becerra will work with her mentor, Dr. Tara Fahmie, to complete her research project entitled "The Effects of a Weighted-MSWO Procedure on the Consistency of Preference Rankings"









Nathaly Pacheco Santivanez


Nathaly Pacehco Santivanez will complete her thesis, "The Role of Culture on Risky Decision-making Processes among Immigrant-background Youth", with Dr. Jill Quilici as her mentor.








LisaStedmanFalls



Lisa Stedman-Falls will work with her mentor, Dr. Ellie Kazemi, to complete her research project entitled "Can a robot serve as a simulated client?"







KolinaKoltai


Kolina Koltai will work with her mentor, Dr. Debbie Ma, to complete her thesis project entitled "The relationship between childhood exposure to biracials and implicit bias."








AerielleAllen


Aerielle Allen will conduct research with her mentor, Dr. Debbie Ma, in the Stereotyping and Intergroup Prejudice Lab.









NouhaHillo

Nouha Hallak will complete her research entitled "Perceived Parenting Behaviors and LGB Emerging Adults' Depression and Anxiety" with Dr. Scott Plunkett as her mentor.








SandraMichel



Sandra Michel will complete a research project entitled "Do the Data Support the Use of Support Persons with Child Witnesses? The Effects of Support on Stress and Accuracy" under the mentorship of Dr. Bradley D. McAuliff.