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Department of Psychology


Research Labs

Our faculty are excited to work with undergraduate and graduate students on a variety of research projects. See below for more information on the types of research we do.

Faculty Research Interests

Mel Baker

My empirical research focuses on the application of social-cognitive psychology to questions and issues related to law and the legal system.
Lab: Psychology, Law, Emotions, and Attitudes (PLEA) Lab

Pitt Derryberry

My research interests pertain to socio-cognitive development during adolescence and the college years with specific emphases on the development of moral judgment and self-understanding.
Lab: Research of Ethical and Social Topics (REST) Lab

Lisa C. Duffin

My research interest spans the factors that impact academic quality at many different levels (i.e., program-level, group-level, and individual-level) and in many different contexts (i.e., university, K-12 schools, lab).
Lab: The Academic Quality (TAQ) Lab

Rick Grieve

My research interests lie in the area of eating disorders, and right now I am investigating men's eating disorders, especially muscle dysmorphia. I am also interested in sport fan behaviors. I have a number of studies going in both areas through the Clinical/Applied Research (CAR) Group. 
Lab: Clinical/Applied Research (CAR) Group

Thomas Gross

The Behavior in Education, Assessment and Results (BEAR) Lab focuses on applied research with child, family, and learner support systems. There are currently a few ongoing projects:

  1. Broadening Participation Research Project: Investigating the Integration of Mathematics into Biology by Reciprocal Course Content Exchange (NSF Grant #1719262).
  2. The Good Behavior Game and Student Motivation.
  3. School Psychology Diversity Training and Training Assessment.
  4. Family and Youth Assessments and Behavioral Outcomes in School and Community Settings.

Sungjin Im

My research pertains to 1) mechanisms of change that underlie post-traumatic stress disorder, substance use disorders, and severe mental illness, 2) efficacy of mindfulness-based interventions, especially their impact on cognitive function, 3) transdiagnostic processes that cut across multiple psychological disorders, and 4) integration of multi-method approaches to improving our understanding of diagnostic categories and nature of psychopathology. My research projects involve various methods including self-reports, clinical interviews, computerized tasks, (neuro) physiological recordings (e.g., EEG, ECG, HRV, skin conductance, and impedance cardiography).

Lab: Translational Neuroscience Laboratory

Erin Jant

My research focuses on cognitive and social foundations of young children’s learning and remembering. Areas I study include:

  • Children’s Learning and Memory
  • Parent-Child Interactions
  • Transfer of Learning
  • Spatial Thinking and STEM Reasoning
  • Informal STEM Education
  • Head Start
  • Professional Development for Head Start Teachers

Sally Kuhlenschmidt

I work primarily with graduate students and have a variety of research interests that engage me in many types of projects. In terms of populations older adults are a special focus with a sample graduate student project being mindfulness in older adults. I also have an interest in technological applications and implications for clinical practice. I enjoy evaluation of psychological assessments which is a key component of most research topics. Currently I am working on projects involving mindfulness practices.

Sarah Ochs

My research examines how we can most accurately identify youth at risk for a variety of academic, behavioral, and mental health concerns.  This includes improving measurement through studies of technical adequacy and practical utility.  I am also interested in how we can use technology and other novel assessment approaches to improve accuracy, particularly for diverse student populations.

Tony Paquin

My general research interests include: (1) The impact of culture on workplace behavior (e.g., productivity/organizational effectiveness, leadership, incivility) in traditional and nontraditional organizations; (2) Cross-cultural perceptions; (3) Psychometric issues in the translation and design of cross-cultural instruments; and (4) Rater agreement in the context of performance appraisal.

Chris Peters

My research focuses on forensic and applied social-cognition with an emphasis on jury decision making and trial procedures. Major research areas include juror opinions in entrapment defense cases and the effects of support dogs on witness anxiety.

Jenni Redifer

My research examines cognitive factors related to student learning and achievement. I am interested in how working memory capacity (the limited attentional resources we have available during effortful tasks) influences problem-solving and retrieval of information from long-term memory. Part of this work investigates methods for teaching effective strategies to individuals with low working memory capacity (i.e., fewer attentional resources).
Lab: Attention and Memory Lab

Tim Thornberry

My research relates to primary care psychology topics, especially parenting, prevention, and public health. Ongoing projects include: examining the utility of analog behavior observations of parent-child interactions; implementation of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) with rural families; and behavioral health problem prevention and intervention (e.g., smoking cessation, substance abuse, pediatric obesity).

Steve Wininger

My research interests are in motivation and performance psychology within the contexts of exercise, sport, and education. Primary independent variables include attentional focus, cognitive processing (especially multi-tasking), and goal types. Usual dependent variables assessed are performance, self-selected intensity/pace, perceived effort, and cognitive load.

Recent studies include:

  • Impact of Attempting to Multi-Task on Self-Selected Exercise Intensity
  • Effect of Goal Type (distance vs. time) on Self-Selected Exercise Intensity
  • Effect of Student Classroom Cell Phone Usage on Teachers

Lab: Motivation Lab

Qin Zhao

My current research interest involves how top-down metacognitive processes (e.g., beliefs/mindsets, self-perceptions, expectancies) influence student learning, motivation, and psychological well-being. I am also interested in reducing common bias (e.g., anchoring, overconfidence) in metacognitive judgments.
Lab: Metacognition Lab

For more information on faculty research interests, visit our Faculty page.

For additional research opportunities in the Department of Psychological Sciences, see http://www.wku.edu/psychological-sciences/research.php

Student Research

BOLD = Faculty member

^ undergraduate student

+ graduate student student


2021

Chang, S.,^ & Zhao, Q. (2021; February). Could directly shifting mindset about self-doubt reduce the negative effects of self-doubt? Poster to be presented at the Self & Identity Virtual Preconference at the 2021 Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) annual convention.

Derryberry, W.P., Richardson, S+ Simpson, A.^, Wilson, M.+, & Ambam, A.^ (In press). Negative affective states and moral judgment: A closer look at their joint involvement.  Journal of Moral Education.

Gross, T., Hines, C.+, Li, Q., & McCarroll, P. (Accepted 2021, February). Finding Fit: Students Support Needs Scale for Minority STEM Learners. Paper presentation for the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Conference, Virtual.

Wininger, S. R., & Kuhn, A.^ (in press) Effect of Goal Type (distance vs. time) on Self-Selected Exercise Intensity. Journal of Sports Behavior.

Zhao, Q., Wininger, S. R., & Wilson, J.+ (in press). The Interactive Effects of Gender and Implicit Theories of Abilities on Mathematics and Science Achievements. The Australian Educational Researcher.


2020

Banaszak, C.^, & Baker, M. A. (2020, May). Is eyewitness description accuracy of suspects related to eyewitness identification accuracy of suspects in lineups? Poster presented at the 2020 WKU Student Research Conference, Bowling Green, KY. 

Bone, C.M.+ & Ochs, S. (2021, February). Supporting Alternative School Students: How Does School-based Mentoring Fit? Poster presentation at the 2021 National Association of School Psychologists       Annual Convention, Virtual.

Bone, C.M.+, Thomas, C.^, Rogers, A.^, & Ochs, S. (2020, April). Differences in writing performance by classroom and gender. Poster presentation at the 2020 WKU Student Research Poster Session, Virtual

Erps, K.H.+, Ochs, S., & Mire, S.S.  (2020, February).  Addressing Barriers to Suicide Risk Assessment for Youth with ASD.  Paper presentation at the 2020 National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Baltimore, MD.

Erps, K.H.+, Ochs, S., & Myers, C.L.  (2020).  Suicide risk assessment in the schools: A survey of practicing school psychologists. Psychology in the Schools.

Ferries, K.+ & Ochs, S. (2020, February). Evidence-based Bullying Prevention Programs in Elementary Schools. Poster presentation at the 2020 National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Baltimore, MD.

Gambrell, C.^, & Baker, M. A. (2020, May). The influence of prior arrest quality on attitudes toward police and judgments of police use of force. Poster presented at the 2020 WKU Student Research Conference, Bowling Green, KY. 

Gross, T., Keesey, S., Noel, C., Lockwood, A., Hacherl, G.+, & Richardson, S + (2020, February). Demystifying Behavioral Assessment: A Model of Teacher Training for Screening. Paper presentation for the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD.

Gross, T., Noel, C., Johnson, C.+, Hines, C.+, Hacherl, G.+, & King, T.^ (2020, February). Quality Matters: Webcast Family-focused Workshops for Children with Autism. Paper presentation for the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD.

Gross, T., Noel, C., Thornberry, T., Lockwood, A., Johnson, C.+, King, T.^, & Hacherl, G+ (2019, November). Multifaceted Quality Assessment of Webcast Family Workshops for Children with Autism. Paper presentation for the Kentucky Association of Psychology in the Schools Convention, Lexington, KY.

Henneberg, L^ & Zhao, Q. (2020; July). Does competition change the relative importance of absolute and relative standing feedback? Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science (APS) Virtual Poster Showcase. The in-person annual convention in Chicago, IL. was canceled due to COVID-19. 

Jarboe, K.+ & Ochs, S. (2020, February). Barriers and Facilitators of Successful Implementation of PBIS Implementation. Poster presentation at the 2020 National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Baltimore, MD.

Lewis, C. A.+, & Myers, C. L. (2020). The consistency of preschool teacher ratings on the Behavior Assessment System for Children-3 and the Caregiver-Teacher Report Form. Contemporary School Psychology, online publication February 13, 2020.

Littrell, C. K.+Grieve, F. G., Derryberry, W. P., Brausch, A., Parker, O. J.^, & Scott, J. N.^ (2020). Brief Report: Relationships among facets of narcissism, symptoms of eating disorders, and symptoms of muscle dysmorphia. Journal of Men’s Studies

McClain, A.^, Greis, R.^, & Baker, M. A. (2020, March). Does eyewitness description accuracy mediate the relationship between recall instructions and identification accuracy regarding the verbal overshadowing effect? Poster presented at the American Psychology-Law Society, New Orleans, LA. 

Noel, C., Gross, T., Ritchie, M. +, Hacherl, G. +, & Howerton, M.^ (In Press, 2020). Group-Based Training on Trial-Based Functional Analysis. Kentucky Teacher Education Journal: The Journal of the Teacher Education Division of the Kentucky Council for Exceptional Children.

Paquin, A. R., Bruni, J. R., Jenkins, A. J., Rhodes, J. M.+, & Kessler, J. D.+ (May, 2020). Gender Differences in Perceptions of Alcohol and Date Rape: No Means No or Does It? Paper presented virtually at the 2020 meeting of the Association of Psychological Science in Chicago, IL. 

Redifer, J.L., & Jackola, K.^ (2020, August).  Belief in one neuromyth is associated with belief in others Presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Virtual.

Robinson, C.+ & Ochs, S.  (2020, February).  Curriculum-Based Measures for Screening English Language Learners.Poster presentation at the 2020 National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Baltimore, MD.

Roehm, D.^ & Thornberry, T.  (2020, April). The interplay of parenting stress and child adaptability through positive following. Virtual poster presented at 2020 CEBS Virtual Student Poster Presentation, Bowling Green, Kentucky.

Roehm, D.^ & Thornberry, T. (2020, May). The interplay of parenting stress and child adaptability through unlabeled praise during child led play. Virtual poster presented at 50thAnnual WKU Student Research Conference, Bowling Green, Kentucky.

Simpson, A.^, & Derryberry, W.P. (2020, March). Exploration of the Relationship Between Critical Thinking, Moral Development, and Attitudes Toward Human Rights.  Poster presented at the annual Posters at the Capitol, Frankfort, KY.  

Smith, A.^, Geis, E.^, Baker, M. A. (2020, March). Are attitudes toward police related to judgments of police use of force? Poster presented at the American Psychology-Law Society, New Orleans, LA. 

Swierkosz, E.+, & Myers, C. L. (2020, February). Positive behavior characteristics of behavior rating scales, revisited. Poster presented at the meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists, Baltimore, MD.

Wininger, S. R., & Bailey, A.(August, 2020). Multitasking while Cycling: Impact on Self-Selected Exercise Intensity. Poster presented at 2020 APA virtual convention.

Young, S, Baker, M. A., McClain, A.^, Smith, A.^, Greis, R.^, & Geis, E.(2020, March). To choose or not to choose: Shifts in response criteria do not explain verbal overshadowing. Poster presented at the American Psychology-Law Society, New Orleans, LA.

Zarotny, B.A.^ & Ochs, S.  (2020. February).  School-based Mentoring in an Alternative Setting: Mentor and Mentee Experiences. Poster presentation at the 2020 National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Baltimore, MD.

Zarotny, B.A.^, Keown, J.^, Lemon, H.^, & Ochs, S. (2020, April). Does a writing screener function differently across response types and grades? Poster presentation at the 2020 WKU Student Research Poster Session, Virtual.

Zhao, Q., & Grey, C.+ (2020). Objective performance feedback is more influential than comparative performance feedback. Poster accepted for presentation at the 2020 Association for Psychological Science (APS) annual convention in Chicago, IL. The convention was canceled due to COVID-19.

Zhao, Q., Wininger, S., & Hendrick, J.^ (in press). The interactive effects of gender and implicit theories of ability on math and science achievements. Australian Educational Researcher. 


2019

Berry, A.^, & Derryberry, W.P (2019, May). Approaches to Parenting and Social Information processing.  Poster to be presented at the annual conference of the Association for Psychological Science, Washington, D.C. 

East, C.^, Mulaski, J.C.^, Zarotny, B.^, & Ochs, S. (2019). Exploring alternate-form reliability for written expression.  Poster presented at the 2019 CEBS Reach Week Student Poster Session in Bowling Green, KY.

Erps, K.+ & Ochs, S. (2019, February).  Using Supervision to Increase Conversations About Culture.  Paper presented at the 2019 National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Atlanta, GA.

Farmer, R., Gross, T., +Hacherl, G., ^Bleam, S., Noel, C., & Keesey, S. (2019, February). Did No Harm: Assessing Effects of the Good Behavior Game. Paper proposal for the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Grieve, F. G., Wann, D. L., & Case+, J. C. (2019, February). Attention and sport fans: How fandom can influence what people remember. Paper accepted for the annual conference of the Applied Sport Management Association, Nashville, TN.

Gross, T., & +Hacherl, G. (In Press). Test review of the Infant/Toddler Environment Scale, Third Edition. In J. F. Carlson, K. F. Geisinger, & J. L. Jonson (Eds.), The twenty-first mental measurements yearbook. Lincoln, NE: Buros Center for Testing.

Gross, T., Noel, C., Farmer, R., +Hacherl, G., & +Ritchie, M. (August 2019). Examining a group-based teacher training of trial-based functional analysis. Poster presentation submitted for the American Psychological Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Gross, T., Noel, C., +Johnson, C., +Hacherl, G., & Farmer, R. (August 2019). Participant Quality Ratings of a Telehealth Workshop for Families of Children with ASD. Poster presentation submitted for the American Psychological Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL. 

Gross, T., +Hacherl, G., Li, Q. (2019, February). Comparing Student Support Needs Assessments for Underrepresented Minority STEM Students. Poster proposal for the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Gross, T., Noel, C., & +Hacherl, G. (2019, March). TRIAD Families First at WKU. Presentation to the Green River Regional Educational Cooperative (GRREC), Bowling Green, KY.

+Hestand, M., & Myers, C. L. (2019, February). Teacher self-efficacy and student gender effects on behavioral referrals. Poster presented at the meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists, Atlanta, GA.

Jackola, K.^, & Redifer, J.L. (2019, May). Impact of remembering vs. knowing on strength of belief in neuromyths. Accepted for Presentation at the Annual Meeting of Association for Psychological Science, Washington, D.C.

+Johnson, C., +Turner, H., Gross, T., & Mason, W.A. (August 2019). APQ: Longitudinal Invariance for Parent Supervision and Inconsistent Discipline Scales. Poster presentation submitted for the American Psychological Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

King. H.^, & Redifer, J.L. (2019, May). Trait anxiety and procrastination predict surface study strategy use. Accepted for Presentation at the Annual Meeting of Association for Psychological Science, Washington, D.C.

Lockwood, A., Bohan, K., Loke, S., Sealander, K., Lanterman, C., Lafoon, T.^ (2019, February). Who administers norm-referenced academic achievement assessments? Presented at the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), 51st Annual Convention, Atlanta, GA.

Peterson+, K. C., Kuhlenschmidt, S., Grieve, F. G. (2019, August). Does the level of stigma change with diagnosis? The effect of mental disorder on sterotyping. Poster submitted for the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

Prater, C.^, Vanover, A.^, & Wafzig, E.^, & Ochs, S. (2019). Written and typed measures: Differences in response type.  Poster presented at the 2019 CEBS Reach Week Student Poster Session in Bowling Green, KY.

Pugh+, A. S., Grieve, F. G., Derryberry, W. P., & Clayton, K. (in press). What motivates sport fans to attend minor league baseball and roller derby events. Journal of Contemporary Athletics.

Thornberry, T., Daniel, M.+, Goodman, O.^, Manning, A.^, & Gross, D. (2019, May). Preventing prescription drug misuse in future medical professionals. Poster accepted to the 42ndAnnual Conference of the National Rural Health Association, Atlanta, Georgia.

^Volk, E., Gross, T., & Mason, W.A. (2019, February). The Effect of Parenting on Youth Behavior Leading to Suspensions. Poster proposal for the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Seaver, H.^, & Wininger, S. R. (October, 2019). Effects of Multi-Tasking on Self-Selected Pace and Distance while Walking. Poster presented at 2019 AASP Conference, Seattle, WA.

+Rudisill, L., & Myers, C. L. (2019, February). Enhancing a student’s self-management skills in the classroom. Poster presented at the meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists, Atlanta, GA.

Springer^, K., & Grieve, F. (2018, May). Muscle dysmorphia and art appreciation. Poster presented at the 30th Annual Conference of the Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA.

Wininger, S.R., French, C.A.+, & Mienaltowski, A. (August, 2019). The Impact of Exercising on Concurrent Academic Task Performance. Poster presented at the 2019 APA Conference, Chicago, IL.

Wininger, S.R., & Lemberg, G.^ (August, 2019). Impact of Texting while Cycling on Self-Selected Exercise Intensity. Poster presented at the 2019 APA Conference, Chicago, IL.

Wininger, S. R., Redifer, J., Norman, A., & Higginson, M. K.+ (2019). Prevalence of learning 

styles in educational psychology and introduction to education textbooks: A content 

analysis. Psychology of Learning and Teaching, 18, 221-243.

Zhao, Q., Wichman, A., & Frishberg, E.^ (2019). Self-doubt effects depend on beliefs about ability: Experimental evidence. Journal of General Psychology. Advanced online publication. doi: 10.1080/00221309.2019.1585320 


2018

^Bleam, S., +Hacherl, G. Farmer, R., Gross, T., Keesey, S., & Noel, C. (2018, March). Impact of the Good Behavior Game on Classroom Behavior and Student Well-Being. Poster presentation for the Kentucky Association for Behavior Analysis Annual Conference, Louisville, KY. 

Brown, T. A.^ & Paquin, A. R. (2018). Fostering peace and leadership: A project for the Black Mamba Anti-Poaching Unit. Presented at the Western Kentucky University Student Research Conference, Bowling Green, KY.

Buscaglia, A.⁺, Kuhlenschmidt, S., Zhao, Q., Clayton, K., Fiore, C., & Pepper, A. (2018; April). The effects of gender and communication style in dating interactions. Poster presented at the 2018 Western Psychological Association (WPA) annual convention in Portland, Oregon.

Erps, K.+ & Ochs, S.  (2018, August).  School psychologists and suicide risk assessment: role perception, competency, and prevalence.  Poster presented at the 2018 American Psychological Association Annual Convention in San Francisco, CA.   

Gross, T., Li, Q., McCarroll, P., & +Hacherl, G. (2018, August). Pilot Study to Adapt the Student Support Needs Scale. Poster presented as part of the American Psychological Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Isaacs, R.^, & Derryberry, W.P. (2018).  The relationships among social judgments, identification, and stigmatization.  Poster presented at the Western Kentucky University Student Research Conference, Bowling Green, KY. 

Lowe+, A. B., & Grieve, F. G. (2018). Objective measurement and insight assessment of muscle dysmorphia. Graduate Student Journal of Psychology, 17, 99-110.

+Marshall, B. M., & Myers, C. L. (2018, February). Restricted interests and reading comprehension in students with autism. Poster presented at the meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists, Chicago, IL.

Molignoni^, K., & Grieve, F. (2018, May). Muscle dysmorphia: Perceived benefits and barriers to treatment. Poster presented at the 30th Annual Conference of the Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA.

Myers, C. L., & +Rentsch, C. A. (2018, February). Caution: Same behavior rating scale constructs, different results. Poster presented at the meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists, Chicago, IL.

Myers, C. L., & +Schrader, M. (2016, February). Gender effects of choice and interest level on CBM writing. Poster presented at the meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists, New Orleans, LA.

Ochs, S.  & Hamilton, S.^ (2018, October).  The impact of burnout and the critical need for self-care.  Oral presentation at the 2018 Kentucky Association of Psychology in the Schools Convention in Louisville, KY.

Redifer, J.L., Lor, Z., & Lawson, C.^ (2018, May). Impacts of working memory capacity and accuracy during strategy use on retrieval performance. Presented at the Annual Meeting of Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA.

Trader, E.^, Paquin, A. R., & Zhao, Q. (2018). Decreasing stigma against depression in Chinese international students. Presented at the Western Kentucky University Student Research Conference, Bowling Green, KY.

Trader, E.^, Paquin, A. R., & Zhao, Q. (2018). Decreasing stigma against depression in Chinese international students. Presented at the Mid-America Psychology Undergraduate Conference, Charleston, IL.

Wininger, S. R. & Forgione, B.^ (August, 2018). Impact of Two Types of Multi-tasking on Self-Selected Exercise Intensity. Submitted to 2018 APA Convention, San Francisco, CA.

Wininger, S. R., Ryle, M.K.+, & Redifer, J. L. (August, 2018). Prevalence of Learning Styles in

Textbooks for Educational Psychology and Introduction to Education. Submitted to 2018

APA Convention, San Francisco, CA.


2017

Adkins, D.^, & Redifer, J.L. (2017, May). Jamming out while studying: Impacts of music components on retrieval performance. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Boston, MA.

Dazzle^, L., & Grieve, F. (2017, May). Size discrepancy: Actual vs. ideal body image of men with muscle dysmorphia. Poster presented at the 29th Annual Conference of the Association for Psychological Science, Boston, MA.

Derryberry, W.P., Wilson, M.+, & Kessler, E.^ (2017, November). Negative Affect and Moral Reasoning after an “Actual” Heinz’ Dilemma. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Moral Education, St. Louis, MO. 

Frishberg E.^, & Zhao, Q. (2017; January). Self-doubt effects depend on beliefs about ability: Experimental evidence. Poster presented at the SPSP annual convention in San Antonio, Texas. 

+Lamar, L. R., +Chapman, B., & Myers, C. L. (2017, February). Comparing executive functioning on behavior rating scales to the BRIEF. Poster presented at the meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists, San Antonio, TX.

Lanzalotta^, J., & Grieve, F. (2017, June). Us vs. them and especially them: Rival derogation in sport fans. Poster presented at the Annual Conference of the North American Society for Sport Management, Denver, CO.

Lee+, B. N., Reece+, T. J., & Grieve, F. G. (2017). Gender issues in body dysmorphic disorder. In K. L. Nadal (Ed.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Psychology and Gender. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc.

Lor, Z., Redifer. J.L., & Duncan, L.^ (2017, May). A comparison of self-explanation and practice retrieval: Impacts of strategy and working memory capacity on verbatim recall and inference generation. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Boston, MA.

Ochs, S. & Connor, V.^ (2017, October).  How to support youth transitioning from juvenile detention facilities to schools.  Oral presentation at the 2017 Kentucky Association of Psychology in the Schools Convention in Louisville, KY. 

Ochs, S. & Ferries, K.+ (2017, October).  Inclusive crisis intervention: Serving students with developmental disabilities.  Oral presentation at the 2017 Kentucky Association of Psychology in the Schools Convention in Louisville, KY.

Trader, E.^, Gong, L. M., & Zhao, Q. (2017; March). Cultural differences in response to self-doubt. Poster presented at the WKU Student Research Conference. Bowling Green, KY.

Wininger, S. R., & Kuhn, A.^ (2017, August) Effect of Goal Type (distance vs. time) on Self-

Selected Exercise Intensity. Poster presented at 125th APA Convention, Washington,

Wininger, S. R., & Mauch, J.^ (2017, August) Impact of Attempting to Multi-Task on Self-

Selected Exercise Intensity. Poster presented at the 125th APA Convention, Washington, DC.

 

 

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