Dordt College News

Dordt psychology students share projects at conference

May 20, 2013

More than a dozen Dordt College psychology students presented their senior research products April 23 at Northwestern College in Orange City, Iowa, as part of the annual Siouxland Social Research Conference, a regional conference attended by several Christian colleges. The conference is designed to celebrate research and scholarship carried out by the students at these schools.

Research is carried out by undergraduate students as a part of coursework and as independent projects. The nature and topics of the research vary greatly.

“The conference is a great opportunity for students to present their research in front of their peers at neighboring institutions as well as to see the kind of work students at other colleges are doing,” said Dordt College Psychology Professor

Ryan Brunner, who oversaw the students’ research in his Psyc 366 Senior Research Projects course.

The projects included the following:

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