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2013 SRA and RISE Winners and Honorable Mentions

Student Research Award

The APS Student Research Award (SRA) serves a dual purpose: to provide students with experience of the peer review process (both as submitters and reviewers) and to recognize outstanding research conducted by students. This year’s competition received 260 submissions, representing all areas of psychological science. The quality of submissions was exceptionally high, and competition was stiff. In response to record growth in the contest’s popularity over the last few years, this year’s contest featured a lengthier application process to provide additional information for our peer reviewers. Four overall winners and eight honorable mentions were selected.

Student Research Award Winners

Katrina Jongman-Sereno, Duke University
People Who Hold Extreme Attitudes Feel Superior in Their Beliefs Even for Trivial Issues Watch>>

Kristen Soforic, North Central College
Effects of Mindfulness on Texting While Driving in the Induced Hypocrisy Paradigm Watch>>

Amber Turner,Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
The Role of Negative Affect and Effortful Control in Depression Versus Anxiety

Joana Vieira, University of Porto, Portugal
Psychopathic Traits Predict Preferred Social Distance in Healthy Individuals Watch>>

Student Research Award Honorable Mentions

Patricia Chen,  University of Michigan
Cailin Clinton, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Miriam Eisenberg, George Washington University
Marie Forgeard, University of Pennsylvania
Nicholas Jacobson, Pennsylvania State University
Joelle Jobin, Concordia University
Andrew Pilecki, University of California, Santa Cruz
Natasha Tonge, University of Pennsylvania

RISE Research Award

The RISE Research Award is intended to recognize and promote high-quality student research in psychological fields related to socially and economically underrepresented populations. This year, APSSC honors four RISE Research Award recipients and six honorable mentions.

RISE Research Award Winners

Jennifer Duckworth, Indiana University
Race/Ethnicity Moderates Associations Between Childhood Weight Status and Early Substance Use Watch>>

David R. Kille, is University of Waterloo, Canada
When Families Do Not Fit, nor Measure Up: Categorization and Evaluation of ‘Modern’ Families Watch>>

Taralee Hamner, Georgia State University
Associations Between Parental Involvement, Exposure to Violence, and Externalizing Behavior Among Immigrant and Refugee Adolescents.

Megan Sutter, Virginia Commonwealth University
The Influence of Family Dynamics: Mental Health of Colombian Dementia Caregivers. Watch>>

RISE Research Award Honorable Mentions

Tyler Mason, Old Dominion University
Nicholas Alt, College of William and Mary
Bernadette Blanchfield, University of Virginia
Jennifer Wang, University of Maryland, College Park
Mengni Brown, Linfield College
Elizabeth Tull, University of Maine

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