Comps, honors papers, and prize-winning works of the Psychology Department are featured here. All works have been self-submitted by the student authors. Descriptive information about each work is available to search or browse. Access to the full text of the works is limited to current Carleton affiliates with faculty permission. Learn more about how to submit your work and how to request access to the full text of works.

In addition to this digital archive, physical copies of the Psychology comps from the past five years are available for browsing in Music Hall 313.

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Submissions from 2011

Jacqueline Lee Gauer, Psychology (PSYC) 2011, Exploring the Relationship Between Self-Verification and Authenticity in Friendships

Galen Christopher Kast and Elizabeth Low, Psychology (PSYC) 2011, Advertising and the ELM: An integrative approach to the dual-process model and its application to the promotion of "Go! Northfield"

William Grant Lindsley, Psychology (PSYC) 2011, Ethics of Placebo Use for the Clinical Treatment of Pain

Jeffrey M. Maneval, Psychology (PSYC) 2011, The Norepinephrine Precursor L-threo-DOPS Does Not Attenuate Cognitive Deficits in a Rat Model of Alzheimer's Disease

Graham Haines Nelson, Psychology (PSYC) 2011, Personality and Coping Behaviors in Response to the Breakup of Dating Relationships

Victor Julio Ramirez, Psychology (PSYC) 2011, Investigating the neuroanatomical pathology of schizophrenia: using correlate models of dreaming and drug-induced psychosis

Lucy Marie Schroeder, Psychology (PSYC) 2011, The neural correlates of spiritual and religious experience

Larissa Anne Silverman, Psychology (PSYC) 2011, Nicotine and Endocannabinoids: Effects on Short Term Learning and Memory

Merritt Ann Swain, Psychology (PSYC) 2011, The Effects of Sleep Duration on Motor Performance and Mood

Clinton Gerald Ulmer, Psychology (PSYC) 2011, The Effect of Post-Training Administration of Alcohol on Memory Consolidation in Rats

Hillary Jane Doescher Wiener, Psychology (PSYC) 2011, Individual Differences in Advice Seeking

Hillary Jane Doesche Wiener and Amy S. Teller, Environmental Studies (ENTS), Psychology (PSYC) 2011, Variation in bitter taste perception between moral vegetarians and non-vegetarians

Geoffrey Leuba Williams, Psychology (PSYC) 2011, Priming Stigmatized Groups to Change Intellectual Ability

Rachel Zucker, Psychology (PSYC) 2011, Extraversion-Targeted Interventions to Promote Exercise: The Low Efficacy of Personality-Congruent Attempts

Submissions from 2010

William T. Adler, Psychology (PSYC) 2010, Auditory Metrical Coordination of Attention on a Visual n-back Task

Philip Richard Blue, Psychology (PSYC) 2010, Multiple Types of Resilience: Self-Enhancing Bias and Positive Emotions as Predictors of Ego-Resilience

Molly Alice Bresslour, Psychology (PSYC) 2010, When Do We Support Positions Advanced by an Opposing Political Party? The Effects of Political Party Labels on Attitudes

Rose Elia Chahla, Psychology (PSYC) 2010, Finding Happiness: Internal and External Determinants of Subjective Well-Being

Irene F. Dennison, Psychology (PSYC) 2010, Adult Exploration and Secure Base Priming

Katherine Anne Ehni, Psychology (PSYC) 2010, An Analysis of Exogenous and Endogenous Factors in Delay Discount Rates

Amy Grace Elson, Psychology (PSYC) 2010, Stuck on the Hedonic Treadmill? It May Not (Completely) Be Your Fault: The Role of Personality, Social Relationships, Genes and the Individual on Happiness

Benjamin Ethan Ericsson Garwin, Psychology (PSYC) 2010, Endocannabinoid Signaling Required for Spatial Memory Encoding and Contextual Recall: Neuropragmatic Theory and a Rat Model

Anna Katelore Heinzerling, Psychology (PSYC) 2010, Adult Attachment and Standards for Best Friends and Romantic Partners

Addie Laura Honeycutt, Psychology (PSYC) 2010, Lessons in Pretending: Scaffolding Theory of Mind and Perspective Taking through Pretend Play

Adelle Housker, Psychology (PSYC) 2010, What Causes Proofreading Errors?

Dan Jasper Jensen, Psychology (PSYC) 2010, Patient-Focused Research: The History, Problems, and Benefits of Implementing Outcome Tracking Systems in Psychotherapy

Katherine Blair Jones, Psychology (PSYC) 2010, The Call of the Wild: Discrimination of Music and Monkey Calls in Cotton-Top Tamarin Monkeys

Rita Nabh Kanagat, Psychology (PSYC) 2010, Music and Anxiety: A Study

Kyungmin Kim, Psychology (PSYC) 2010, Cognitive Intervention Addressing Gambling Related Irrational Beliefs

Anne Marie Merrill, Psychology (PSYC) 2010, Internal and External Motivation to Respond Without Prejudice Against Overweight Individuals

Stephanie Moberg, Psychology (PSYC) 2010, Academic applications of adolescent attachment relationships

Elizabeth Musz, Psychology (PSYC) 2010, Not All Modifiers Are Created Equal: Evidence for Differential Processing of Modal Verbs in Advertising Text

Samantha Kristine Peterson, Psychology (PSYC) 2010, Another Potential Excuse: The Role of Parental Authority in Students' Procrastination

Matthew Charles Kern Pieh, Psychology (PSYC) 2010, Dietary Soy Phytoestrogens Alter Sexual Behaviors in Male Rats

Nicole Elizabeth Reich, Psychology (PSYC) 2010, Methodological Issues of Teaching Scientific Reasoning Skills to Elementary Students: Inconsistent Definitions and Insufficient Participant Detail

Katherine Richey, Psychology (PSYC) 2010, Slurs and Stereotypes: Automatic Stereotype Activation in Non-Insulting Contexts

Laura O'Sullivan Schlosser, Psychology (PSYC) 2010, Effects of Methylphenidate and Environmental Enrichment on Spatial Memory in Rats

Katie L. Silbiger, Psychology (PSYC) 2010, Evaluating Educational Initiatives for Gifted and Talented Students

Brianne M. Wooldridge, Psychology (PSYC) 2010, The Relationships of Positive Psychology: Specifically Personality and Social Interactions with Happiness

Submissions from 2009

Adam Brown, Psychology (PSYC) 2009, The weakest link: bilingual lexical access and the orthographic size congruity effect

Frank M. Dolce, Psychology (PSYC) 2009, How can I read this title? The contributions of pre-lexical and sub-lexical pathways to Chinese word recognition

Katelyn Donisch, Psychology (PSYC) 2009, Using gain-framed messaging to change attitudes toward menstruation and menstrual suppression

Lacey Dorman, Psychology (PSYC) 2009, Goal urgency versus goal importance: which goals do people pursue and which goals lead to satisfaction?

Yusi He, Psychology (PSYC) 2009, A review of current estrogen research: implications and future directions

Juliana Houston, Psychology (PSYC) 2009, Exercise and stress reduction: testing a theory of arousal attribution

Annelise Lawson, Psychology (PSYC) 2009, To burn out or fade away: the effects of the peak/end rule on prospective assessments of life quality

Melissa Mayer, Psychology (PSYC) 2009, The interactive effects of alcohol cues, alcohol outcome expectancies, and motives fulfillment on hostile impression formation

Yael Mayer, Psychology (PSYC) 2009, An evaluation of remedial education programs using cognitive research

Laura Myers, Psychology (PSYC) 2009, Selective attention in bilingual students: a comparison of skills in both languages

Hannah Oken-Berg, Psychology (PSYC) 2009, The Five-Factor model and food choices: personality and the foods we eat

Martha Perez, Psychology (PSYC) 2009, Dissociative symptoms, episodic memory, and a neurological basis for childhood trauma

Lena Tjosvold, Psychology (PSYC) 2009, What's in a name: does your name affect memory for positive and/or negative narrative?

Julian Tokarev, Psychology (PSYC) 2009, What you think is what you get: the effects of affective orientation on incidental learning of words are dependent on item valence and evaluator orientation

Gene Uenishi, Psychology (PSYC) 2009, Stereotype threat and social facilitation: how both affect math performance among white males

Andrew Widmer, Psychology (PSYC) 2009, Differential social behavior development in the mouse as a result of nicotine- or codeine- influenced juvenile social environment

Katrina Wood, Psychology (PSYC) 2009, The strategic management and structural organization of working memory distinct roles for D1 and D2 dopamine receptors

Gao Yang, Psychology (PSYC) 2009, The effects of partial sleep deprivation on adaptation to anxiety