National Convention Research Award 2003-04 Winners
Each year up to eight awards are available to Psi Chi members submitting the best research papers for presentation during the Psi Chi paper/poster sessions at the APA and the APS national conventions. Four awards of $300 each are available for members presenting at APA and four awards of $300 each for the presentation at APS.
Presented at the 2004 APA National Convention:
- Josiane Bauke, Lehman College, CUNY, "I Hate Them, But They Help: Student Evaluate Daily Quizzes"
- Catherine A. Bower, Texas State University-San Marcos, "Family Dysfunction, Family Structure, and Risk Behavior in College Students"
- Jamie Lee Huber, Illinois College, "Gender, Self-Esteem, and Hypochondriasis"
- Danielle C. Wagner, Lehman College, CUNY, "Educational Bias in Cognitive Diagnostic Testing"
Presented at the 2004 APS National Convention:
- Natalie Foster, University of Missouri-Rolla, "Ticket Price, Seat Location, and Victim Characteristics Impact on Sport Fan Aggression"
- Allison Gindele, College of Mount Saint Joseph, "Women's Likelihood of Dating: Effects of Man's Income and Number of Children"
- Jamie Lee Huber, Illinois College, "Gender and the Interactions Among Stress, Coping Style, and Cardiovascular Health"
- Melissa Marks, Rutgers University New Brunswick, "The Effects of Choice on Ego Depletion in Dieters"