Psychological Science Students and Faculty at New York APS Conference

Posted on June 4th, 2015 by

Jordan Gette '16, Ashley Ziegenhagen '16 and Carrie Boike '15

Jordan Gette ’16, Ashley Ziegenhagen ’16 and Carrie Boike ’15

Gustavus Adolphus College Faculty and Students at APS

Professor Dick Martin, Jordan Gette ’16, Ashley Ziegenhagen ’16, Carrie Boike ’15 and Professor Mark Kruger

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This May, professors Marie Walker, Mark Kruger and Dick Martin presented at the Association for Psychological Science conference in New York along with students Carrie Boike ’15, Jordan Gette ’16 and Ashley Ziegenhagen ’16.

It was a fast and productive trip that included presenting research, listening to renowned speakers and riding the subway for a quick bit in Chinatown.

Professor Marie Walker with her 2014 Self and Identity upper level seminar students presented research titled “Emotional Self-Regulation Following Anger Induction in Athletes and Non-Athletes.” The student co-authors are Mariel Aamot ’14, Sarah Barthell ’14, Caitlin Dow ’14, Marissa Fretheim ’14, Christina Henderson ’14, Jill Kalis ’14, Boyden Lee ’14, Daniel Marino ’14, Blair Riegel ’14, Jamie Ries ’14, Marisol Rojas ’14, Joshua Rostad ’14, Abigail Schnorr ’14, Morgan Stadheim ’14, Trevor Stromme ’15, Mari Tabata ’14, Jacob Tone ’14, and Tucker Vogt ’14.

Professors Mark Kruger and Dick Martin in conjunction with students Carrie Boike, Jordan Gette and Ashley Ziegenhagen presented research titled “Relation of Gender Differences in Life Experience Conversations to Depression.”

Gusties at Chinatown

Gusties at Chinatown Restaurant

 

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