Photo Gallery: 2023 Auburn Student Research Symposium
On March 28, Auburn University celebrated students' research and creative scholarship projects at the 2023 Student Research Symposium.
Karlee Reed (left), an undergraduate student in the Department of Psychological Sciences, examined "Clinician and self-report measures of psychopathy in adolescents that sexually offend." Zana Christjohn (center), an undergraduate student in the Department of English, presented "The secret history of women in Leonora Sansay's 'The Horrors of St. Domingo.'" Anna Galarza (right), an undergraduate student in the Department of World Languages, Literatures & Cultures, shared "Compassionate community: A case study in Spanish for specific purposes and Hispanic health outreach in Lee County, Alabama."
Toni Lee (left) and Katie Smith (right) are both undergraduate students in anthropology. Lee presented "Translating time across the lifespans of humans and non-human primates identifies event variations resulting from evolutionary diversity." Smith's research focused on "Linear enamel hypoplasia in African enslaved individuals from Newton Plantation, Barbados."
Dibyajyoti Sinha, a graduate student in the Department of Economics, presented his research, "Effect of political partisanship on environmental patent applications in United States: 1980-2014" to a group at the Auburn Student Research Symposium.
Olivia Price, an undergraduate student in the Department of English, presented "Investigating invisible labor practices in TTRPG Actual Play." Her research included examining the process of translating tabletop role-playing games to online streaming and multimedia.
Rylee Lusich, an undergraduate student in the Department of Psychological Sciences, presented "Associations between aspects of anxiety sensitivity and eating disorder symptoms."
Cameron Tice, an undergraduate student in the Department of Psychological Sciences, presented "When do courts agree with clinicians? A quantitative investigation with high-risk court involved youth."
Sydney Waitz-Kudla, a graduate student in psychology, presented "Does suicidality in veterinarians reflect the general population? Trends across career stages and a test of the Interpersonal Theory of Suicide."
Ashley Bean (center), an undergraduate student in psychology, shared findings on "How parental relationships influence adolescents' social interactions when entering college."
To learn more about the 2023 Auburn Student Research Symposium and find a complete list of research abstracts, visit the OVPRED website.