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Research Opportunities

Current Research Opportunities

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02/08/2017
04/25/2017

Colloquium - Undergraduate Research Panel

Undergraduate research colloquium, Lambda Pi Eta induction ceremony, and presentation of the Jerold Hale Graduate Student Award for Service

Closed
03/24/2017
04/26/2017

[Online] Mother-Daughter Communication

This study is looking at how mothers and daughters communicate about body image.

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03/24/2017
05/05/2017

[Lab] Mother-Daughter Communication

This study is looking at how mothers and daughters communicate about body image.

Open - Click for Sessions
03/31/2017
05/01/2017

[Online] Communication and Distance

This study aims at developing theoretically sound and valid scale for perceived social distance. Participants will take part in an online experiment, in which you will read a short story about a person who suffered from an illness. You will then answer questions about your perceptions of the person and the illness.

Open - Click for Sessions
03/31/2017
05/01/2017

[Lab] Communication and Distance

This study aims at developing theoretically sound and valid scale for perceived social distance. Participants will take part in an online experiment, in which you will read a short story about a person who suffered from an illness. You will then answer questions about your perceptions of the person and the illness.

Closed
04/04/2017
05/04/2017

[Lab] Communication and Culture in the 2016 U.S. Presidential General Election

Study communicative and cultural influences and practices of supporters of President Donald J. Trump in the 2016 U.S. Presidential General Election; the role of culture and communication in their attitudes and behaviors; how they respond to and make sense of accusations of misconduct against their candidate

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