March 29, 2020 at 8:42 am

Four Psychology Students Receive Student Enhancement Awards

From Research Communications

Four Psychology graduate students are among the 2020 recipients of the Ohio University Student Enhancement Awards program, which provided 21 students with a total of $121,948 in funding for their original research, scholarship and creative work this spring.

The Student Enhancement Awards are funded by the Office of the Vice President for Research and Creative Activity and administered by the Council for Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity, which is appointed by Faculty Senate.

The program received 67 proposals with a total funding request of $380,519. Students may request up to $6,000 per proposal.

Kaley Angers, portrait outside Porter Hall

Kaley Angers

Kaley Angers (graduate student, Psychology; mentor: Julie A. Suhr) received $5,422 for Examining neuropsychological correlates of social functioning in psychosis-prone individuals.

Abriana Gresham, portrait

Abriana Gresham

Abriana Gresham (graduate student, Psychology; mentor: Brett Peters) received $6,000 for Intimate partner violence victimization and psychological reactivity to couple conflict.

Grace Lee, portrait

Grace Lee

Grace Lee (graduate student, Psychology; mentor: Suhr) received $5,777 for Effects of noncredible response on executive function assessment and functional impairment in adult ADHD.

Ashley Tudder, portrait

Ashley Tudder

Ashley Tudder (graduate student, Psychology; mentor: Peters) received $6,000 for The impact of co-rumination on health relevant outcomes.

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