Psychology students present fall research at symposium

Publish Date: 
Dec 4, 2018

More than 40 psychology shared their semester-long work through posters and oral presentations at Hartnell’s Fifth Annual Psychology Research Symposium, held Dec. 4-6 event in the Office of Student Life.

Psychology faculty Alicia Edelen and Dr. Gabriel Searcy organized the symposium to “provide students with a venue to present important psychological topics affecting the community today,” Edelen said. Topics included such things as the impact of violence in media, the relationship between religious faith and anxiety about death and the role of physical activity in reducing stress.