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Quartet of psychology students present research findings

Posted Apr. 24, 2013

A quartet of Kent State University at Trumbull students recently presented research at the PsychologyKent Trumbull psychology students Department's Undergraduate Research Day held on the Kent Campus.

Morgan Fee (sophomore), Greg Perry (junior), Randi Hidasey (senior) and Ember Knapp (senior) each worked as research assistants alongside Kent State Trumbull’s Patricia Tomich, PhD, assistant professor of psychology, to collect data and conduct analyses for The Health Awareness Project, which examines the adjustment of persons to medical diagnoses in an experimental situation.

Data collection for the study is ongoing, with findings to be shared as soon as they become available.

In addition, Fee received a $500 KSU Undergraduate Research Scholars Program award to extend the research in a new direction and will be presenting her findings at Kent State University at Stark’s annual Student Conference on April 26.