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WJU Psychology students attend Undergraduate Research Day at state capitol complex



CHARLESTON, W.Va., Feb. 4, 2014—Wheeling Jesuit University psychology majors presented their annual undergraduate research at the state capitol complex in Charleston, W.Va. on Thursday, Jan. 30.

Student research projects were “Effects of weight feedback and disordered eating on food choice in a mock cafeteria buffet,” “Effects of soccer ball ‘heading’ frequency and intensity on nasal inspiratory and expiratory function as measured by rhinological patency,” and “Effects of attire, color and sex on job candidate suitability.”

Pictured from left to right are: Kristen Custer, Patrick Dwyer, Stephen Saldanha, Justin Amos, Ryan Naumann, Killeen Schlegel.

All are senior psychology majors graduating in May. They were accompanied by Dr. Bryan Raudenbush, department chair of the WJU Psychology department and Dr. Debra Hall, WJU professor of psychology (not pictured).




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