Poster Sessions 2018

POSTER SESSION I
Wednesday, 1:30–3:00 p.m.
Banyan Breezeway

1. “If You Build It, They Will Learn.” Beads and Biopsychology in an Introductory Psychology Course
Kristel M. Gallagher
Thiel College
2. Play by Play: Toys and Playtime in Life-Span Development
Katherine Wickes
Blinn College
3. Coping with Hurricane Fatigue: Well-Being Benefits of a Positive Psychology Course
Leilani B. Goodmon, Mikaela Guido, & Kenzie Hurley
Florida Southern College
4. Student-Perceived Benefits of Clinical Examples as Storytelling in the Classroom
Bob Humphries & Kim Metz
Walsh University
5. Gratitude and Performance in Statistics for the Social and Behavioral Sciences
Nina Rytwinski
Walsh University
6. What Effect Does a Strength-Based Learning Contract Have on the Ability of Students to Succeed in Their Internships?
Jill R. Sudak-Allison, Kristine Owens, & Annah Hackett
Grand View University
7. Health Psychology: Implementing a Tobacco-Free Campus Policy
Jennifer Knack
Clarkson University
8. Course Sharing: Teaching Psychology and Neuroscience through Literature
Lauren A. Fowler and Sally B. Shigley
Weber State University
9. The Video-Captured Lecture: Will They Still Come to Class?
Michael Babcock & Katharine Kujawa
Montana State University
10. The Effects of Diversity Education on Cultural Intelligence
T. Andrew Caswell & Lori D. Lindley
Gannon University
11. A R-evolution in Teaching Statistics: Using R, RStudio, and the Tidyverse to Teach Undergraduate Psychology Statistics
Robert Franklin & Susan Doughty
Anderson University
12. Mental Illness Stigma: Connections to Political Conservatism and Decreases with Experiential Learning
Virginia Wickline, Suzanne Stricklin, Emily Cander, Shae Ingram, & Logan Wilder
Miami University
13. “My Favorite Psychologist” Videos and Faculty Interviews: Projects to Enrich History and Systems
T. Darin Matthews
The Citadel
14. Effective Team Dynamics in the Classroom and Beyond
Kathryn Narciso, Mary Lynn Realff, & Juliana Alfonso
Georgia Institute of Technology
15. Integrating “Action Projects” into a Health Psychology Course
Susan Kennedy
Denison University
16. How Should We Teach about Study Strategies? An Experimental Approach
Allison O’Leary1 & Shelby Bitter2
1Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College 2The Ohio State University
17. Relationships among Classroom Design, Instructor Characteristics, and Student Performance
Theresa Stanton & Terry F. Pettijohn, II
Coastal Carolina University
18. Enhancing Racial Discovery with a Here and Now Group Format
William P. Wattles & Hadiya Manners
Francis Marion University
19. Gamification: Efficacious Instructional Approach or Passing Fad with a Fancy New Buzzword?
Sabrina N. Grondhuis
Millsaps College
20. Course Sharing: An Experiential Course in Depth Psychology
Shannon Len Deets
Thiel College
21. Can One Semester of a Lower-Level Psychology Course Impact the Research Confidence of Undergraduates?
Alison H. Levitch
Alfred State College SUNY
22. Facilitating Student Learning by Enhancing Metacognition and Readiness to Change
Sandra Cameron, Kristen Thomsen, & Anton Tolman
Utah Valley University
23. Helping and Communication Skills across Applied Undergraduate Psychology Courses
Lara J. LaCaille, Catherine M. Reich, Katie Axford, & Natalie Slaughter
University of Minnesota Duluth
24. Action Teaching in a Course on Human Sexuality
Ashlyn Swartout & Irene Daboin
Georgia State University
25. Course Sharing: The Psychology of Video Games
Michael Hulsizer
Webster University
26. Professor-Student Rapport
Kristie Campana1 & Jamie Peterson2
1Minnesota State University, Mankato 2St. Kate’s University
27. Teaching Psychometrics through the Development and Validation of a Survey
Mona Ibrahim, Matthew Zabel, Benjamin Bjertness, & Michelle Marko
Concordia College
28. Course Sharing: Introduction to the Psychology Major
Katherine Kipp
University of North Georgia
29. Intervention Reduces Beliefs in Learning Style in an Introductory Psychology Lab
Andrew Butler, Jennifer Winquist, Michelle Abraham, & Geoff Wetherell
Valparaiso University
30. Course Sharing: Professional Seminar and Research Methods – Mock IIRB Committee Assignment
Christine Ruva & Jay Michaels
University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee
31. Studying for Introductory Psychology: Differences across Technical College, Two-, and Four-Year Institutions
Lee I. McCann1, Alexandria R. Ebert2, Markus Oechsner3, Kathy R. Immel4, & Tammy L. Kadah-Ammeter5
1,2,3University of Wisconsin Oskosh 4University of Wisconsin Fox Valley 5Fox Valley Technical College
32. Developing Critical Thinking Skills across an Undergraduate Degree
Victoria Cross
University of California, Davis
33. Enhancing the Educational Experience through Fellowship Opportunities
Gwendolyn Spencer Barnhart, Sara Blessington, & Cesario Larios
Antioch University – Seattle
34. When Is the Best Time to Give a Moodle Quiz? An Exploration of Quiz Timing Strategies and Its Impact on Student Success
Laura Pickens
Thiel College

POSTER SESSION II
Thursday, 4:30–6:00 p.m.
Banyan Breezeway

35. Integrating Career Services into the Psychology Major: A Collaboration to Improve Students’ Career Readiness
Erica Gannon & Mark Daddona
Clayton State University
36. Teaching Personality and the Eysenck Lemon Juice Experiment: Influences on Attitudes about Assessment Validity
Charlie L. Law, Patrick Smith, Leilani Goodmon-Riley, & Melanie Law
Florida Southern College
37. Course Sharing: Replicating Research to Challenge Student Beliefs about Animal Intelligence
Sarah Jones
Berea College
38. Mandatory Office Hours and Student Engagement
Rhonda Jamison
University of Maine Farmington
39. Course Sharing: Doctor Who and Metacognition (A First-Year Seminar)
Jack Arnal
McDaniel College
40. The Psychology of Persuasion in Action: Brochure Development for Health Psychology
Krisstal Clayton
Western Kentucky University
41. Competencies and Skills of Social and Behavioral Science Interns: A Survey of Internship Sites and Students
Kim Metz, Nina Rytwinski, Jo Anna Kelly, & Alyson Holland
Walsh University
42. Course Sharing: Psychosocial Roots of Genocide and State Terror
Linda M. Woolf
Webster University
43. Future Teaching Trends in PsycINFO: Game Design and Case Studies
Thomas Heinzen
William Paterson University
44. Integrating Critical Health Psychology into the Curriculum
Maria Antonia Rodriguez
North Central University & Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru
45. Not Your Grandfather’s College: The Influence of an Intergenerational Classroom on Undergraduates’ Attitudes toward Older Individuals
Karol Maybury1, Steven Quackenbush2, Matthew Yellis3, & Samuel McIntosh4
1,2,3University of Maine Farmington 4St. Olaf College
46. Dude, Where’s My A? Examining Slacker Attitudes
Jeffrey Henriques
University of Wisconsin – Madison
47. Reality Bytes: Integrating Virtual Reality Technology in the College Setting
William S. Chase, II & Steve R. Howell
Keystone College
48. Group Formation to Symposium Presentation: Making Research Projects Manageable beyond the Research Methods Course
Shannon Scott
Texas Women’s University
49. Undergraduates’ Understanding of Important Career-Related Information
Tanya Martini, Valerie Plante-Brisbois, Josh Harder, Sarah Lam, & Drew Dane
Brock University
50. Teaching Sport Psychology and Anxiety Management by Encouraging Students to Become Their Own ‘Sport Psychologist’
Michael McDougall
Keystone College
51. Course Sharing: La La La--I Can’t Hear You: From Shutting Down to Enmeshing: Managing Student Reaction to Emotionally Taxing Course Material
Lindsay Meyer
Saint Martins University
52. Your Number’s Up: Further Reflections on How Introductory Psychology Textbooks Present Uncertainty
Gary Rosenthal1, Monique Boudreaux2, Denis Soignier3, Dwight Boudreaux4, Megan Eschete5, Eve Gautreaux6, & Barlow Soper7
1,2,3,4,5,6Nicholls State University, 7Retired
53. Addressing the Placebo Effect and Antidepressant Drug Trials in Abnormal Psychology
Jared Bartels1 & Zak Ruei2
1Peru State College 2University of Westminster
54. Giving Tests Online … Sort Of
Dave Carkenord
Longwood University
55. Does the Early Bird Catch the Worm? An Exploration of Student Grades Based on Enrollment Windows
Jessica S. Waesche
University of Central Florida
56. Using “No-Risk” Quiz Assessment in Psychological Statistics
Alexandra Frazer
Muhlenberg College
57. Satisfaction and Performance of Students Completing Introductory Psychology Labs Online
Andrea Friedrich & Ray Archer
University of Kentucky
58. Cost, Outcomes, Use, and Perceptions of Traditional and Open Source Textbooks across Sections Taught by the Same Professor
Jon Skalski
College of Southern Nevada
59. Diversity Psychology in Teaching and Training: Findings of Supervisee and Trainee Experiences and Goals in a Health Consortium
Noel Jacobs
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
60. Processing Motivation Strategies Impacts the Flourishing of Freshmen
Steve Snyder
Taylor University
61. Preparing Doctoral Students for College Teaching Roles
Eileen O’Brien
University of Maryland Baltimore County
62. Learning How to Learn: Encouraging Students to Adopt Effective Learning Strategies through an Empirical Paper Assignment in Introduction to Psychology
Carolyn Brown-Kramer
University of Nebraska – Lincoln
63. Psychological Statistics and Mental Tattoos
Kimberly A. Badanich1 & Elaine Augustine2
1University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee 2Texas Christian University
64. Course Sharing: Professional Development in Psychology
Lisa Blalock
University of West Florida
65. Research Apprentice Program Benefitting Undergraduates, Postgraduates, and Faculty: Designing a “Win-Win-Win”
Debra A. Major, Katelyn R. Reynoldson, Richard N. Landers, & Xiaoxiao Hu
Old Dominion University
66. The Effect of a Student Response System on Students’ Perceived and Actual Test Performance in Undergraduate Psvchology Courses
Eva Chian-Hui Chen
Benedictine College
67. Fall Reading Week and Student Time Usage: Work or Relaxation?
Ken Cramer1 & Rebecca Pschibul2
1University of Windsor 2Western University
68. The Effect of Exam and Quiz Wrappers on Metacognition, Learning Perceived Competence, and Course Performance in Online Undergraduate Psychology Courses
Rick A. LaCaille, Lara J. LaCaille, & Amy Maslowski
University of Minnesota Duluth
69. Course Sharing: The New Abnormal: A Contemporary, Flipped, Abnormal Psychology Course
Ziv Bell
The Ohio State University

POSTER SESSION III
Friday, 4:45–6:15 p.m.
Banyan Breezeway

70. Incorporating Service Learning: Not a One Size Fits All Approach
Natalie L. Homa
Thiel College
71. Psychology Course Video Gamification: Utilizing Classic Video Game Elements to Foster Student Motivation
Heather Ness
Middle Georgia State University
72. A Preliminary Study of the Educational Benefits of Conducting Replications in the Classroom
Alan Jern
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
73. College Students’ Reflections on Good and Poor Exam Performance
Debra K. Stein
Widener University
74. The Science of Self-Management: Enabling Student Success and Well-Being
Jacquelyn Cranney & Sue Morris
University of New South Wales
75. Using Distributed Practice to Help Students Succeed and Feel Better about Statistics
Wendi Benson, Jonathan Dunning, & Danette Barber
Nevada State College
76. Coverage of Psychological Disorder Stigma in Introductory Psychology
Victoria L. DeSensi1 & Bethany S. Jurs2
1Wilmington College 2Transylvania University
77. What’s the Probability of Online Success? A Modal Comparison of Student Performance in Statistical Methods in Psychology
Alisha Janowsky
University of Central Florida
78. Cellphone Use in the Classroom
Diana M. Elliott
Belmont Abbey College
79. Validation of a Short-Form Scale to Measure Self-Efficacy in College Instructors
Teresa M. Ober1, Francis Yannaco2, Anna M. Schwartz3, Ethlyn S. Saltzman4, Ronald C. Whiteman5, & Patricia J. Brooks6
1,2,3,4,6The Graduate Center, CUNY 5Baruch College, CUNY 6College of Staten Island
80. Course Sharing in Cognition: Implementing Metacognitive Practices in Class
Michael McGuire
Washburn University
81. Extracurricular Clubs and Activities: Added Educational Value
Todd Allen Joseph1, Bryan Gerber2, & Kathleen Hughes3
1Hillsborough Community College 2Stark State College 3Pasco-Hernando State College
82. Perceptions of Competency in Peer Feedback
Elizabeth Arnott-Hill
College of DuPage
83. Computer Anxiety, Computer Self-Efficacy, and Computer Experience: Prediction of Performance and Engagement in Online College Students
Beverly Barrett
Capella University
84. Predictors of Resiliency in African-American College Students
Raymond M. O’Connor, Jr.1, Ricardo A. Frazer2, & 3Sucheta Thekkedem
1Private Consultant 2Atlanta Metropolitan State College 3Brandeis University
85. Personal Perpetual Changes through an International Tour
Herbert W. Helm, Jr.
Andrews University
86. Course Sharing: Using Community Outreach to Enhance Learning Outcomes in a Cognition Course
Karenna Malavanti & Michael Scullin
Baylor University
87. “Write, Cite, Double-Check”: Guiding Students through the Challenges of APA Style
Shannon Michelle Oram Wittig
University of Alabama at Birmingham
88. Course Sharing: Human Development
Rick Shifley
MCPHS University
89. Service Learning in an Online Course
Martha Hubertz
University of Central Florida
90. “That’s Wrong? But I Hear It All the Time!”: Efficacy of the Mythbusters Video Project in a Psychology 101 Course
Meredith A. Henry
University of Alabama at Birmingham
91. Creating Podcasts in General Psychology
Kim Lamana Finn
DeVry University
92. Learning through Research: An Experiential Learning Course in Clinical Psychological Science
Erin Henshaw
Denison University
93. Students Sound Off: How Can We Increase Awareness and Cultural Sensitivity on the Local, National, and Global Level?
Elizabeth Peters
Oklahoma State University – Oklahoma City
94. Struggling with Student Interest in Psychological Statistics? Bring a Celebrity to Class
Jashua L. Williams1, Lynn E. McCutcheon2, Devin Fava3, & Mara Aruguete4
1Armstrong State University 2North American Journal of Psychology 3St. Vincent College 4Lincoln University
95. Learning Benefits of Online ILS Quizzing
Jeffrey S. Nevid & Alexander J. Gordon
St. John’s University
96. Science/Art/Society: An Interdisciplinary Course on the Topic of Erosion
Jeffrey M. Gredlein
UNC School of Arts
97. Tips for Helping Students Complete an Original Experiment in a One-Semester Course
Melisa Barden
Walsh University
98. MCAT Modules in Introductory Psychology: Rationale, Topic, and Public Use
Ameer Almuaybid1, Kathryn Becker-Blease2, Courtney Stevens3, & Melissa Witkow4
1,2Oregon State University 3,4Willamette University
99. Seat-Swapping for SPSS Practice; A More Interactive Method for Teaching Computer Data Analysis
Steve R. Howell
Keystone College
100. Interactive, Musical Demonstration of Working Memory with Introduction to Psychology Students
Joel Lynch, Onna Brewer, & Amy Martin
Rockford University
101. The Effect of Micro Test Pep Rallies on Introductory Psychology Test Scores
Kimberly M. Baker
Coastal Carolina Uiniversity
102. Team-Teaching Directed Research to Improve Student Learning and Engagement
LeAnne Epling
University of Pikeville
103. Best Practices for Integrating Multimedia Sources into Online Psychology Courses
Lisa Teeter
Northcentral University
104. Flippin’ Intro Psych
Nestor Matthews
Denison University