Student Grant Winners
The APS Student Caucus would like to thank everyone who entered the 2003 APSSC Student Grant Competition. In a peer-reviewed process, the research of three graduate students and one undergraduate student were selected as the 2003 winners:
GRADUATE STUDENT WINNERS
– Ming-Chou Ho, University of Kansas, “Perceptual Load Affects Mechanisms of Object-based Attention”
– Peter Mezo, University of Hawaii at Manoa, “A Study of Beliefs, Attitudes, and Self-Control: Evaluating the Relationship Between Schizotypy and Self-Control Skills”
– Lori Scott-Sheldon, University of Connecticut, “The Effects of Product Placement on Condom Attitudes and Intentions”
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT WINNER
– Melanie Au, California State University at Sacramento, “The Effect of Visual Presentation and Cues on the Misinformation Effect”
Special thanks are also extended to the reviewers of these grant proposals.
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