Browse by Subject "Psychology"

  • Senetar, Alexander (2014-05)
    This selfie shows undergraduate research assistant, Alexander Senetar, wired up in a state of the art, new technology created at the University of Illinois called EROS (Event-Related Optical Signaling). EROS provides high ...

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  • Pinardo, Heinrich (2015-04)
    It is widely accepted that neurogenesis, the birth of new neurons, occurs in two regions in the adult mammalian brain: the subventricular zone and the dentate gyrus of the hippocampus. The hippocampus is a region of the ...

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  • Lewis, Timothy (OMSA Office of Minority Student Affairs, 2013)
    Conscientiousness is the most predictive of the Big Five traits in a whole host of relevant life domains. Conscientious individuals experience a multitude of positive benefits including: increased life spans, more invested ...

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  • Lewis, Timothy (OMSA Office of Minority Student Affairs, 2012)
    Conscientiousness is the most predictive of the Big Five traits in a whole host of relevant life domains. Conscientious individuals experience a multitude of positive benefits including: increased life spans, more invested ...

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  • Roy, Bidisha (2015-05)
    A previous pre-post pilot intervention study using the NASA-TLX, System Usability Scale, and time-motion measures found that after Urgent/Convenient Care clinics (UCC) made the switch from a hybrid paper and electronic ...

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  • Zayas, Marissa (OMSA Office of Minority Student Affairs, 2012)
    Despite the existing literature on child victimization, the extent of research on youth victimization is limited (Deakin, 2006). This shortage highlights the importance and need for mental health practitioners to examine ...

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  • Zayas, Marissa (OMSA Office of Minority Student Affairs, 2013)
    Despite the existing literature on child victimization, the extent of research on youth victimization is limited (Deakin, 2006). This shortage highlights the importance and need for mental health practitioners to examine ...

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  • Mullican, Sarah; Moots, Paul; Field, Travis; Heo, Youn (2006-05-15)
    This project investigates the role of ethics and documentation in live subject research within the Biological Division of the Psychology Department at the University of Illinois. On the basis of literature research and ...

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  • Panova, Tayana (2014-05)
    This image is a combination of drawings I have done that reflect what I see on campus every day. I have observed that students on campus are constantly looking down at their phones and engaging with them, and my hypothesis ...

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  • Grison, Sarah; Seiler, Stephanie; Carlson, Crystal (2012-02)
    Over two years, we explored whether a novel graduate teaching course could weave together three programs that would simultaneously: (1) Enhance graduate TAs’ teaching skills; (2) Investigate undergraduates’ learning and ...

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