Collaborative Research Projects

 

Aguilar, S., Pouliot, G. S., Schoepke, A. L., & VonDras, D. D.  (2005, April).  Effects of everyday stress upon speed of response and working memory using visual stimuli.  Poster presented at the Academic Excellence Symposium at University of Wisconsin Green Bay, Sponsored by Phi Kappa Phi and Phi Eta Sigma.

 

Anderson, J. L., Ertl, K. M., & VonDras, D. D.  (2005, April).  Perceiver characteristics associated with stereotypy of the elderly.  Poster presented at the Academic Excellence Symposium at University of Wisconsin Green Bay, Sponsored by Phi Kappa Phi and Phi Eta Sigma.

 

Engstrom, C. L., Ertl, K. M., Huebbe, M. H., Malcore, S. A., Miller, C. A., Pouliot, G. S., Schoepke, A. L., & VonDras, D. D.  (2005, April).  An examination of the recall of everyday life stressors.  Poster presented at the Academic Excellence Symposium at University of Wisconsin Green Bay, Sponsored by Phi Kappa Phi and Phi Eta Sigma.

 

Lechleitner, S. N., & VonDras, D. D.  (2005, April).  The success from internal or external factors in overcoming learning barriers.  Poster presented at the Academic Excellence Symposium at University of Wisconsin Green Bay, Sponsored by Phi Kappa Phi and Phi Eta Sigma.

 

Malcore, S. A., Pouliot, G. S., & VonDras, D. D.  (2005, April).  The effects of existentialism on interpersonal relationships with respect to age.  Poster presented at the Academic Excellence Symposium at University of Wisconsin Green Bay, Sponsored by Phi Kappa Phi and Phi Eta Sigma.

 

VanSistine, A. J., Wegener, S. L., Maring, M. M., & VonDras, D.D.  (2005, April).  Effects of developmental stressors on memory at the college age.  Poster presented at the Academic Excellence Symposium at University of Wisconsin Green Bay, Sponsored by Phi Kappa Phi and Phi Eta Sigma.

 

Hebeler, N. C., Stromberg, E. B., Krause, C. M., Riese, A. T., & VonDras, D. D.  (2005, November).  The Effects of Stress on Free Recall of Everyday Stressors.  Poster presented at the 15th Annual Tri-State Undergraduate Psychology Conference at Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

 

 

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