Psychology major wins award at social science conference
Friday, April 25, 2008
Griese presented “Epistemology and Religiosity as Predictors of Moral Reasoning.” Last year, Candace Gross received the award for best student paper.
Griese was one of 16 Northwestern students to present research at the conference. They were among several student presenters from five area private liberal arts colleges.
Kelsey Arvidson presented “What Shapes Marital Views? Examining Parental Divorce and Religiosity.” She is a senior psychology major from North Oaks,
Danny Eshcol spoke on “Eating Behavior: The Influence of the Physical and Social Environment on Food Acceptance, Expected Consumption, and Actual Consumption.” A senior psychology major, he is from
Melissa Evans presented “Birth Order and Sibling Size as Predictors of Career Interest and Alcohol Use.” She is a senior psychology major from
Jillian Groeneveld, a senior psychology major from
Bethany Harms, a senior psychology major from
Shateen Lichter, a senior psychology major from
Rachael Wittern presented “Religiosity and Career Aspirations of Female Undergraduates.” She is a senior majoring in psychology and sociology from
Lenae Bonnema, Teryn De Haan and Amanda Maloney presented “Motivating Volunteers: Connecting Volunteer Motives With Volunteering Appeals.” Bonnema is a junior psychology major from
Kelly Freese, Darci Van Dyke and Jordan Plummer presented “Serving the Deserving: Belief in a Just World and Attraction to Volunteering Opportunites.” Freese is a junior psychology major from