Psychology

Congratulations to the Psychology CSUNposium Winners!

April 30, 2021

Congratulations to our psychology CSUNposium undergraduate and graduate student winners!

First Place Winners:
Kayla Gorenstein (Session 2)
Graduate Student Presenter
Faculty Mentor: Jill Razani
Title of Presentation: How Cultural Factors in Ethnically Diverse Immigrants Affect Neuropsychological Test Performance

Caesar Liu (Session 7)
Undergraduate Student Presenter
Faculty Mentor: Sara Berzenski
Title of Presentation: College Academic Perfectionism Scale: Development and Validation7 

Lauren Knox (Session 13) 
Graduate Student Presenter
Faculty Mentor: Stefanie Drew and Sara Berzenski
Title of Presentation: Zoom Mindfully: The Mediating Effects of Mindfulness on Videoconferencing Fatigue

Second Place Winners:

 Nazareth Ortega (Session 7)
Undergraduate Student Presenter
Faculty Mentor: Jill Razani
Title of Presentation: Relationship Between Cultural Factors and Neuropsychological Test Performance in a Sample of Hispanic/Latinx Individuals in College

Poster Presentation Session Winners

 First Place Winners:

Dylan Martirano and Cat Mesick (Group 7)
Undergraduate Student Presenter
Faculty Mentor: Abraham Rutchick
Title of Presentation: Judgments of Collective Responsibility in the Context of Protests Against Police Violence

Danita Hohl (Group 8)
Graduate Student Presenter
Faculty Mentor: Debbie Ma
Title of Presentation: Perceptions and Categorizations of a Multiracial Public Figure

Daniel Saravia and Patricia Orozco-Perez (Group 9)
Graduate Student Presenter
Faculty Mentor: Jonathan Martinez Title of Presentation: Exploring the Impact of Mental Health Awareness Campaigns on Mental Health Literacy and Stigma among Latinx undergraduate students

Zabrina Legarda and Lauren Knox (Group 11)
Undergraduate Student Presenter,
Faculty Mentor: Stefanie Drew
Title of Presentation: Zoom me up, Scotty: Examining the effects of videoconferencing on Anxiety and Depression 

Second Place Winners:

Jazlyn Armendariz and Maria Pena (Group 3)
Graduate Student Presenter
Faculty Mentor: Thomas Chan
Title of Presentation: Examining the use of Speech-based Digital Biomarkers and Machine Learning to facilitate change in how Neuropsychological Assessments are conducted

Jordan Nenni (Group 9)
Graduate Student Presenter 
Faculty Mentor: Gary Katz
Title of Presentation: Using Working Memory and Processing Speed Deficits to Predict Attention Disorder 

Nidah Mohammed (Group 11) 
Undergraduate Student Presenter
Faculty Mentors: Stefanie Drew and Sara Berzenski
Title of Presentation: Time to Unplug: Screen Time’s Effects on Visual Fatigue