The Department of Psychology programs are based on the conception of psychology as the scientific study of behavior and experience aligned with the goals set forth by the American Psychological Association. We provide solid training in the traditional foundation knowledge of psychology, including physiological and comparative perspectives on behavior and much more.

Collected here are honors theses produced by students in the Department of Psychology at the College at Brockport.

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Theses from 2017

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Personality and Online Behavior, Daniel Caffery

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The Possibility of School Counselor’s Attributions Changing by Location, Victoria Helfer

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The Role of Metacognition and Anxiety in College Students’ Performance on a General-Knowledge Test, Julia Imbierowski

Theses from 2016

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The Differences of Attraction Patterns Between Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual People and Heterosexual People, Katherine Hawes

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The Role of Metacognition and Anxiety in College Students’ Performance on a General-Knowledge Test, Melanie Weber

Theses from 2015

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Mood and Delay Discounting for Food, Madeleine Albano

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Increasing Student Engagement and Connectedness, Cynthia Hansen

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The Effects of the Stress Management Program, Unstress II, on Relationship Satisfaction, Shauna Mauch

Theses from 2013

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Does Teaching Women About Stereotype Threat Reduce Its Effects on Math Performance?, Nicole Fuller

Theses from 2012

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Eating Disorders and their Affect on Interpersonal Difficulties, Katheryn LaPorta

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The Impact of Ostracism on Stigma Consciousness and Rejection Sensitivity, Kayleigh Neff

Theses from 2011

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The Influence of Subtle and Blatant Prejudice on Group Identity, Alex Krolikowski

Theses from 2010

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The Impact of Power and Communal Relationship Orientation on the Perception of Outgroups, Claire R. Gravelin

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The Effects of Violent Video Games on Aggression, Sarah Ryan