Psychology Students Make Presentations at Conference
Four psychology students at Williams Baptist College had their posters selected for presentation at the annual conference of the Southwest Psychological Association. The conference was held April 3-5 in San Antonio, Texas.
Nicole Cornes presented her poster, “The Force of Sexism in the 21st Century.” Cornes, a 2014 WBC graduate, is from Jonesboro. She is the daughter of Shun and LaTonya Cornes of Jonesboro.
Erika Mitchell presented her poster entitled, “Paranormal Belief Among Christians and Non-Christians.” Mitchell, who will be a senior, is from Imboden. She is the daughter of Anthony and Patsy Mitchell of Black Rock.
Lindsey Sharp and Meghan Vandergriff co-presented a poster entitled “A Correlational Study of the NEO-PI-3 and the PID-5.” Sharp, a 2014 WBC graduate, is from Batesville. She is the daughter of Mike and Teresa Sharp of Batesville. Vandergriff, a senior, is from Pocahontas. She is married to Clint Vandergriff and she is the daughter of Tim and Tracy Lepard of Pocahontas.
Williams students have been selected to present their studies at the SWPA conference for the past several years. The organization is comprised of psychology professionals and students from a seven-state area.
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