HDFS Honors Scholars Presentations- 2017
The HDFS Honors Poster Presentations event was held on April 21, 2017 at the Family Studies building. The HDFS Honors Program invited the university community, friends, and families of the honors students to view the posters, talk with the students, and attend a reception honoring those students.
Below is a list of the Honors Scholars and presentations:
- Veronica Bun: The association between familism and academic achievement and risk taking: The moderating effects of age and gender
- Amanda Craig: Parental perceptions of picky eaters: The role of race and exposure to food marketing
- Lindsey N. Cuyler: Cross cultural comparison of shaken baby syndrome awareness
- Paige Forcier: Evaluation of parenting education for high-risk fathers: Relationship with a child's mother as an indicator of paternal involvement
- Danielle Ganci: Do low-income Latino children’s narrative representations of parenting predict their academic skills and social relations at the end of first grade?
- Nina A. Klein: The impact of parental divorce and post-divorce adjustment patterns: An analysis of romantic relationship expectations and processes
- Stephanie Laprise: Siblings’ experiences with chronic illness: Wilderness-based program's impact on sense of self
- Samantha E. Lawrence: You can’t sit with us: The role of ethnicity in responding to situations of exclusion bullying
- Isabella Randazzo: Perceptions of sexuality, consent, and sexual assault among college students