Psi Chi/APS Grants Support Student Research

Psi Chi, the international honor society in psychology, in partnership with APS has awarded six grants to undergraduate student researchers and their faculty sponsors. Each student recipient of the 2015 Psi Chi/APS Summer Research Grant will receive a $3,500 stipend, and each faculty sponsor will receive a $1,500 stipend.

Creativity and Insight Problem Solving in Children
Helena Shoplik, Saint Vincent College
Mark Rivardo, faculty sponsor

Perceived Religiosity and Motive Impact Attitudes Toward Terrorism
Adam Norris, University of Oregon
Azim Shariff, faculty sponsor

Do Wild Belugas (Delphinapterus leucas) Socialize and Play Differently Than Captive Belugas?
Sara Guarino, St. Mary’s University
Heather Hill, faculty sponsor

The Role of Stress-Related Growth and Coping Processes as Predictors of Depression in South Asians Diagnosed With HIV/AIDS
Tina Yu, University of Michigan
APS Fellow Edward C. Chang, faculty sponsor

Knowledge Updating in Younger and Older Adults
Natalia Ramirez, South Dakota State University
Tyler Miller, faculty sponsor

Neural Correlates of Embodied Cognition in Comprehension and Imagination
Annette Marino, Arizona State University
APS Fellow Arthur Glenberg, faculty sponsor

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