RaeVaughn Williams '15

The Biannual Psychology Collaborative Research Symposium

This evening the psychology department hosted their biannual collaborative research symposium, which is a event that showcases all of the collaborative research projects that the students in the psychology major have taken part in this year.As a requirement for my Psy 100 level course, it was mandatory that I attend the event as a grade for this weeks lab. With that said, at

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7 p.m. I headed to Bonchek Lecture Hall inside of the Life Science and Philosophy Building and arrived promptly as the presentations began.

The primary purpose of the symposium is to learn about the types of original online pharmacy oxycodone research projects conducted by advance psychology students here at the school, to learn the outcomes of studies in which I may have participated in over Kamagra online the course of the semester, experience an event that is conducted in a manner similar to “paper” or “oral” presentation sessions at professional association meetings in psychology, to see what I will potentially be doing once I declare my major in psychology, and also practice understanding and summarizing verbal descriptions of research studies.

As part of my grade, I was advised to stay for the entire session and pick viagra online two of the many studies shown and provide a brief summary of my findings and interest. Overall the event went by fairly quickly and didn’t take as long as I expected, partially because the information presented was fairly interesting and engaging. I had a wonderful time at the event and look forward to going to it again next year and possibly presenting a project of my own in the near future.

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