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2017 Annual Meeting Student Poster Session

2017 GPA Student Poster Session Winners

Graduate Winner:

“Brief Measure of Emotional Dysregulation: Development and Preliminary Validation”

Authors: Samantha D. Hartman, David T. Wasieleski, Mark A. Whatley, & Jennifer E. Breneiser

 

Undergraduate Winner:

“Is rank associated with the stress levels and social interactions of female green monkeys?”

Authors: Gaina-Yvan Pierre, Cecily B. Reese & Trevor A. Stephens

 

Honorable Mention:

“Understanding Developmental Trends in Infants At-Risk for Autism: Evaluation of Speech and Vocal Affect during Social Play”

Authors: Clare Botti, Margaret Jensen, Sidni A. Vaughn, Agata Rozga, & Jenny L. Singleton


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The deadline for submission has passed.

 

Call for Student Poster Submissions

Friday, March 31, 2017
Atlanta Marriott Century Center/ Emory Area            

Undergraduate and graduate students are invited to submit proposals for poster presentations of original psychological research to the 2017 Georgia Psychological Association Annual Meeting Student Poster Session.

Submissions Deadline: February 24, 2017 at 3pm EST.

GPA’s Annual Meeting is the official conference of the state association for psychologists. It is a multi-day event featuring workshops and keynote addresses on a variety of topics relevant to the science and practice of psychology. Additional information about this year’s Annual Meeting can be found by clicking here.

As one component of the Annual Meeting, the Student Poster Session provides undergraduate and graduate students a professional forum for presenting their psychological research.

Note: All submissions are reviewed. Notifications of acceptance will be made by March 3, 2017. Accepted presenters must register for the student poster session ($15). Eligible presentations will be judged for awards.

Photographs from Past Student Poster Sessions