Browsing Washburn Undergraduate Research by Author "Academic advisor: Dr. Joanne Altman"
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"But I worked so hard:" Perceptions of effort and reward in the academic environment Ryszewski, BethThere is a huge disparity between instructor and student perceptions regarding the role of effort and performance in college. The role and emphasis of effort and performance changes as students progress through their ...
A comparative review of cognitive abilities of animals and humans Manis, AshleyA review of the various "simple" and "more complex" cognitive abilities that animals share with humans.
The effect of parent divorce and pet ownership during childhood on current psychological well-being and family harmony Moulden, AliciaHypothesis: Children in stepfamilies with pets (vs. children in stepfamilies without pets) will have: •greater family harmony •feel more like part of the family •have more positive feelings of well-being •Have less negative ...
The role of anxiety on the recognition of the facial expression of fear Cozad, Ivonne N.Hypothesis: Participants primed to feel anxious would identify the expression of fear even when only the eyes or the mouth express fear.