Undergraduate students

 

(In alphabetical order, by campus)

 

Columbus


Natalie Bennett:  Natalie started her Honors Thesis sequence in Spring 2010 and graduated with research distinction in Spring 2011.  Her research project examined whether there are sex differences in response-time tasks mediated by differences in other cognitive abilities.


Ena Brnjic:  Ena took her first research steps in Spring 2010 and then transferred to another lab to start an Honors Thesis sequence in Spring 2011.


lauren white: in winter 2011, lauren reviewed some of the literature on intelligence and response time. in spring 2011, she started collecting data to examine to what extent there are gender effects on response-time trial-to-trial variability. She graduated with research distinction in Spring 2013.



Lima


Katharine Black: Kay is one of four students currently Involved in the data collection for a registered replication. Stay tuned for post-data-collection details!


stephani fuson: steph is working on the design of her own study, which she plans to present at Denman 2014. She is also Involved in the data collection for a registered replication. Stay tuned for post-data-collection details!


Abigail Hauenstein:  In Spring 2009, Abby carried out a pilot study involving the effects of color on appetite, a research project she designed for a “Research Methods” (Psych 300) assignment during Winter 2009.  


Cassandra Hicks:  Cassie helped collect data for a study of the influence of cuing on people’s perceptual decisions and went on to graduate school.


Anthony Hight: Anthony is one of four students currently Involved in the data collection for a registered replication. Stay tuned for post-data-collection details!


Ashley Holtzapple:  Ashley helped Lauren McKinley with the project involving newspaper coverage of high school basketball games.  they presented this project at the 15th Annual Denman Undergraduate Research Forum in Columbus and at the inaugural OSU Lima Undergraduate Research Forum, where it was judged 2nd best project.


Ashley Hutchinson:  In Winter 2009, Ashley helped with data collection for a project involving the influence of cuing on perceptual decisions.


Jacob Klay:  Jake helped collect data for a few studies, including investigations on decision making and on the influence of cuing on perceptual decisions.  Jake and Kurt presented a project involving decision making at the 15th Annual Denman Undergraduate Research Forum in Columbus and at the inaugural OSU Lima Undergraduate Research Forum.


Jacob Phillips:  Between autumn 2011 and Spring 2012, Jacob and Morgan helped to start and run a study on an aspect of human cognition.  He presented results both at the 2012 denman forum in columbus and at the 2012 OSU Lima Undergraduate Research Forum.


Kirk Lundgren:  In Autumn 2008, Kirk helped me review the literature on attention for the project on the influence of cuing on perceptual decisions.


Lauren McKinley:  In Autumn 2009, Lauren finished a pilot run for a study involving intelligence and other cognitive abilities; during Winter 2010, she collected more data for it.  Subsequently, with Dr. Green’s co-supervision, she turned her attention to studying newspaper coverage of high school basketball games.  She and Ashley presented it at the 15th Annual Denman Undergraduate Research Forum in Columbus and at the inaugural OSU Lima Undergraduate Research Forum, where the project was judged 2nd best project.


Morgan Sexton:  Morgan helped to collect data for a couple of studies since spring 2011.  She also worked with Jacob in a project involving human cognition, whose results sHe presented both at the 2012 denman forum in columbus and at the 2012 OSU Lima Undergraduate Research Forum.


Richard Smith: rich is working on his own research project, which is expected to serve as the basis of his Honors Thesis. He plans to complete his honors-thesis courses with me in Spring-AUTUMN 2014 and graduate with research distinction in Spring 2015.  rich is also Involved in the data collection for a registered replication. Stay tuned for post-data-collection details!


Lauren Swick:  In Winter 2010, Lauren read and summarized a few studies on intelligence.


Kurt Westhoven:  Kurt took the lead in the data collection for a project involving decision making during Autumn 2009 and Winter 2010.  He and Jake presented the project at the 15th Annual Denman Undergraduate Research Forum in Columbus and at the inaugural OSU Lima Undergraduate Research Forum.