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Salem Psychology Students Share Research

Salem Students Present Findings at Kent Conference


Several students in Dr. Rachael Blasiman’s research methods class participated in Kent State’s 2015 Undergraduate Symposium on Research Scholarship and Creative Activity by presenting a poster entitled “The value of online teaching methods: A comparison of professor and student perspectives.”

According to Blasiman, assistant professor of psychology at Kent State Salem, the students gained valuable hands-on experience with conducting psychological research and presenting at conferences. They reviewed literature, collected survey data, helped analyze data and created the poster.

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Participating the psychology research were (from left) John Mehno, Katy Crismon, Alyshia Coil, Nicole Richey, Mark Kovalcik and Corrie Romesburg.
 

POSTED: Monday, April 13, 2015 - 4:34pm
UPDATED: Monday, April 13, 2015 - 4:39pm