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Round A Posters


”Nostalgia Regulates Loneliness: Evidence that Feeling Nostalgic Mitigates the Relation Between Loneliness and a Maladaptive Motivational Orientation” (Andrew Abeyta)
”Portrayal of Historical Events and Perceived Discrimination toward Racially Ambiguous Individuals” (Natalia Abril)
”How Interpersonal Silence and Reward Affect Women who Confront Sexism” (Muna Akhtar)
”Not So Black and White: Perceptions, Expectations, and Contingencies of Anticipated Interactions with White, Black, and Biracial Partners” (Shahana Ansari)
”Loneliness-Related Event Attributions, Self-Disclosure, and Stress” (Sarah Arpin)
”"To Hope was to Expect": Debiasing Wishful Thinking in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election” (Olivia Aspiras)
”Predictors of Performance on a Strategic Color Blindness Task” (Caitlin Baker)
”New Measures of Implicit Partner Perceptions and Ideals” (Sydney Baybayan)
”Experiences of Discrimination in Muslim University Students” (Sakina Bengali)
”Cooperation with Characters” (Cheryl Best)
”Bridging the Divide: The Positive Impact of Multicultural Messages on Minority Students’ Learning of Science and Math” (Kimberly Bourne)
”Heteroflexible: The Influence of Sex-Role on Perceived Heterosexuality of Straight Men Who Sleep with Men” (Thomas Brooks)
”Perceiving Ethnic Identity from Interethnic Couples with Two Partners of Color versus One White Partner” (Lisa Brown)
”The Moral Dilemma of Self-Driving Cars” (Chris Buchholz)
”United in Political Solidarity: When Multiculturalism and Group Identification Inspire Cross-Group Solidarity” (Justine Calcagno)
”The Interpersonal is Political: Class-Based Patterns in Response to Competence in Political Candidates” (Bennett Callaghan)
”My Head Aches: Does Attribute Framing of Headache Information Increase the Likelihood of Headache Development in an Experimental Paradigm?” (Fawn Caplandies)
”When God is Your Only Friend: Religious Beliefs Compensate for Purpose in Life in the Socially Disconnected” (Todd Chan)
”Unity and Journey: Framing Perceptions of the In-Group” (Ivy Cheng)
”An Ally for You, an Ally for Me: Endorsing a White Male Scientist as an Ally Signals Identity-Safety Among White Women” (Rachel Cockrell)
”A Meta-Analysis of the Facial Feedback Hypothesis Literature” (Nicholas Coles)
”Dependency Oriented Support Provision Towards Females in Close Relationships” (Adriana Colom Cruz)
”Attitudes toward Diversity Initiatives: The Role of Initiative Content, Gender, and Modern Sexism/Racism” (Jessica Cundiff)
”Diversity Helps the Uninterested: Exposure to Counter-stereotypes Benefits People Low (But not High) in Need for Cognition” (Ekaterina Damer)
”Pregnancy Intentions as a Barrier to Being an Involved African American Father” (Megan Darden)
”New Analyses for an Old Problem: Modeling Effects of an Implicit Bias Intervention in Faculty Searches Using Continuous Time Bayesian Networks” (Joseph DeBruycker)
”Ambiguity Aversion Can be Amplified or Attenuated by Accountability: Implications for the Psychology of Judgment and Choice” (Brad DeWees)
”Sometimes It’s Better Not to Forgive: The Adverse Effects of Forgiving a Partner’s Transgressor” (Theresa DiDonato)
”Race-Related Confrontations: Fear of Social Sanction or Concern about the Black Partner?” (Emily Dix)
”“You Aren’t Helping!”: A Qualitative Review of What Helps (and Doesn’t) During Periods of Uncertainty” (Mike Dooley)
”Prevalence of Multiculturalism and Colorblind Diversity Philosophies in Course Syllabi” (Grace Drake)
”The Effects of Residential Segregation for Intergroup Relations” (Arianne Eason)
”You Can’t See the Real Me: Attachment Avoidance, Perceived Self-Verification, and Self-Concept Clarity” (Lydia Emery)
”Being Left-Out Hurts Everyone” (Brian Enjaian)
”Do People Actually Want to Be Blind to Non-Diagnostic Information When Making Decisions?: Evidence for a Discrepancy between Normative and Actual Preferences for "Blinding" in Evaluative Contexts” (Sean Fath)
”Physical Activity as an Emotional Awareness Enhancer for Romantic Couples” (Ana Fonseca)
”How Framing Operates: A Comprehensive Exploration of Experience-Based Decisions” (Lisha Fu)
”Impact of Rhythmic Properties of Synchrony on Bonding Between Individuals” (Ken Fujiwara)
”Implicit Bias Following Social Exclusion” (Meghan George)
”Predictors of Violence in Intimate Relationships” (Wind Goodfriend)
”Social Minorities in the Media: Effects of News Content, Language, Source Credibility and Intergroup Contact on Majority’s Prejudice” (Sylvie Graf)
”It's Not Me, It's You: Moral Foundations Predict Willingness to Break Up” (Kate Guan)
”Why Those Primed with Attachment Security Act Pro-Socially: An fMri Study” (Parnia Haj-Mohamadi)
”Smarty Pants or Lucky Ducks?: Guessing, Expertise Measure, and the Dunning-Kruger Effect” (Yuyan Han)
”Free to be Me: The Relationship between True Self, Self-Disclosure, Rejection Sensitivity, and Use of Online Dating Sites” (Margaret Hance)
”Reluctance to Accept Inclusive Education: A Socio-Cultural Psychological Perspective” (Hirofumi Hashimoto)
”Emerging Adults' Relationship Experience and Perceptions of Betrayal” (Melissa Heerboth)
”Existential Isolation, Loneliness, and Stress: A Daily Diary Approach” (Peter Helm)
”Renegotiating the Trans Parent - Child Relationship” (theresa hernandez)
”Not Seeing What Is There: How Perceptions of a Romantic Partner’s Self-Esteem and Efficacy can be Detrimental to Social Support Processes” (Alexandra Hirniak)
”Effects of Childhood Touch Experiences on Adulthood Subjective Well-Being” (Amanda Howard)
”The Effects of Ideal Friend Preferences and Interaction Context on Friendship Formation” (Sabrina Huang)
”Responding to the Sting of Rejection: Social Anxiety Moderates the Relationship between Coping Response and Social Pain” (Taylor Hudd)
”Are You Who I'm Looking For?: Ideal Partner-Crush Similarity and Romantic Interest Predict Self-Concept Clarity” (Erin Hughes)
”Diversity Benefits: How the Language of Benefits Impacts Hierarchies of Inclusion” (Kyneshawau Hurd)
”Time is Money: Examining Preferences for Past and Future Focused Advertisements in Older and Younger Adults” (Faizan Imtiaz)
”Taking Part and Taking Sides: Examining Third-Parties in Intergroup Conflict” (Ismaharif Ismail)
”Hand-in-Hand Combat: The Benefits of Affectionate Touch During Couple Conflict” (Brittany Jakubiak)
”Only Half of What I’ll Tell You is True: How Experimental Procedures Lead to an Underestimation of the Truth Effect In The Real World” (Madeline Jalbert)
”Relative Deprivation: A Mechanism for the Ostracism-Aggression Link” (Tonglin Jiang)
”Beyond “Yes” and “No”: Default Options and Sexual Consent” (William Johnson)
”An Exploratory Study on the Risk Factors for Perpetrating Stalking-Like Behaviors Following the Breakup of a Romantic Relationship” (Yuji Kanemasa)
”Cell Phones and Ostracism: Do Cell Phones Have a Moderating Effect?” (Gazi Kisa)
”Has Psychology Always Been So Ideologically Biased?: A Historical Argument for Ideological Diversity” (Brian Kissell)
”From Friendship Bracelets to Family Heirlooms: The Nature, Correlates, and Benefits of Socially Symbolic Objects” (Megan Knowles)
”Conditioned Learning in Attachment Contexts” (Austin Lair)
”Medication Aversion: The Importance of Moral Character Inferences in Medical Decision-Making” (Justin Landy)
”Indirect Contact as a Strategy to Promote Outgroup Prosociality” (Ana Leite)
”Student Experiences with Cultural Diversity at Yale-NUS College” (Kristi Lemm)
”Group-Based Emotions and Competitive Victimhood: Shame and Pride Mediate Effect of CV on Support for Intergroup Aggression” (Diana Leonard)
”When Less is (Not) More: Evoked Reference Sets and the 9 > 221 Effect” (Lim Leong)
”Funding Disparities in Entrepreneurship: Investigating the Role of Racial Bias” (Rachel Leshin)
”Christians’ Reactions to Declining Christian Populations in the U.S.” (Mitchell Lorenz)
”Do Maximizers Maximize for Others?: Self-Other Decision-Making Differences in Maximizing and Satisficing” (Mo Luan)
”Attachment Relationships at Work: The Significance of Workplace Relationships” (Michelle Luke)
”Social Media Dependence, Self-Esteem and Facebook Friends: Do “Likes” Make a Difference?” (Patricia Lyons)
”Teaching Inclusivity: How a Diversity and Inclusion Intervention Affects Social Media Behavior” (Mackenzie McDonald)
”Out of Many, One?: National, Racial, and Religious Identities among Arab Americans and White Americans Post 9/11” (Ludwin Molina)
”Social Exclusion Can Enhance the Use of Target Behavioral Information and Category Membership in Impressions” (Ryan Moreno)
”Latinas Reactions to In-Group and Out-Group Sexism Claims” (Alana Muller)
”Does Making Predictions Promote Betting?” (Koshi Murakami)
”Age-Related Differences in the Direction of Causality between Self-Esteem and Marital Relationship Satisfaction in the U.S. and Japan” (Jun Nakahara)
”Can Preferentially Selected Female Leaders Impact Other Women’s Leadership Inclinations?” (Christa Nater)
”Belonging at the Next Level: An Intervention to Mitigate Belonging Uncertainty and Improve Outcomes among Women in Graduate Engineering” (Mikaela Niemasz-Cavanagh)
”A Community-Level Model of Authority: Broadening the Relational Approach to Building Popular Legitimacy with Reconciliation and Participation” (Thomas O'Brien)
”Decision-Making Ability Beliefs: Predicting Post-Choice Satisfaction” (Nicholas O'Dell)
”A Study on the Validity of a Japanese Communication Skills Scale: Examining Relationships with Social Skills, Interpersonal Orientation, and Shyness” (Kazumi Ogawa)
”“Dear Admissions Counselor”: Subtle Pathway Discrimination in Undergraduate Admissions Processes” (Kathleen Oltman)
”Consequences of Gender Composition During a Diversity Intervention” (Ezgi Ozgumus)
”Fear or Friendship: The Role of Diversity and Intergroup Contact on Brexit and Euroscepticism” (Paolo Palma)
”Delaying Happiness versus Living in the Moment” (Lora Park)
”A Qualitative Approach to Assessing Heterosexual Adults’ Intentions for Marriage: An Application of the Theory of Planned Behavior” (Megan Patterson)
”When Does Ethnic Diversity Within Metropolitan Areas Predict Implicit Perceptions of American Identity?” (David Perry)
”Fifty Shades of Race: The Influence of Racial Identity on Racial Categorization” (Shanye Phillips)
”Me Definitely; You…Maybe: The Automaticity of Egocentrism in Entitlement Judgments” (Lindsey Priest)
”Synchrony Improves Coordination in Groups with Conflicting Identities” (Jairo Ramos)
”Social Insecurities and Cued Attentional Biases Toward Social Rejection” (Amanda Ravary)
”Predictors of Workplace Accommodation Requests among Employees with Disabilities” (Randall Renstrom)
”Who is Sexually Faithful?: Own and Partner Personality Traits as Predictors of Infidelity” (Melanie Reyes)
”Social Media as a Bridge to College-Relevant Resources and Representations” (Dreama Rhodes)
”The Effects of Relationship Conflict and Commitment on Eating as Emotion Regulation” (Mariela Romo)
”The Role of the Group Membership on Social Attention Driven by Action Observation” (Simona Sacchi)
”Predicting Responses to Romantic Relationship Breakups: A Test of the Bad News Response Model” (Jessica Sampson)
”Targets’ Facial Expressions Influence Prosocial Intentions toward Women Displaying Visible vs. Non-visible Cues of Religious Affiliation” (Pirita See)
”The Big 5 and Mate Retention on Facebook” (Gwendolyn Seidman)
”Active Consumption: How the Architecture of the Experience Activates Engagement and Enjoyment” (Rosanna Smith)
”Framing and Reframing Effects across the Lifespan” (Jehan Sparks)
”An Examination of the Relationship between Regional Racial Attitudes and Chronic Illness” (Eric Splan)
”Losing Control: The Effects of Individual- and Group-Based Social Exclusion on Self-Regulation of Unhealthy Eating” (Kamiya Stewart)
”Conceptually Replicating the Perceived Likelihood of Belonging Fulfilment Hypothesis” (Naoyuki Sunami)
”Odd Man Out for Everyone: Utilitarianism Legitimizes Ostracizing” (Ryuichi Tamai)
”Together We Stand: Shared Attention on Mortality Salience Reduces Death Anxiety Induced” (Yia-Chin Tan)
”It’s Not You, It’s Me (and How I View You): Self-Esteem, Agreeableness, and Risk Regulation in Close Relationships” (Linden Timoney)
”Investigating the Influence of Personality on Diversity Ideologies: Openness to Experience Uniquely Predicts Support for Multiculturalism (but not Colorblindness) through Perspective Taking” (Joshua Upshaw)
”Facial Cues in Anthropomorphizing Products” (Ganga Urumutta Hewage)
”Visual Perspective in Mental Imagery of Regretted Events Influences Perceptions of Consequences” (Greta Valenti)
”Individual Differences in Identity Predict Health in Adulthood” (Haylie Virginia)
”To “See” is to Feel Grateful?: A Quasi-Signal Detection Analysis of Romantic Partners’ Sacrifices” (Mariko Visserman)
”Responsiveness in the Face of Rivals: Examining Rival Threat’s Impact on Responsiveness Toward One’s Romantic Partner” (Rebecca Walsh)
”Convergent Validation of a Scale Measuring Basic Affect in Social Support Using a Dot Probe Task” (Jaclyn Werle)
”The Effects of Alcohol Consumption and Ostracism on Interpersonal Distance Choices among Social Drinkers” (Kaleigh Wilkins)
”The Effects of Social Rejection and Violence Victimization on Women’s Stress and Risky Sexual Intentions” (Jackie Woerner)
”Single-Parenting: The Growing Population and Its Influence on Child Gender Conformity and Risk-Taking Behaviors” (Erin Wood)
”“Should I Break-Up or Make-Up?”: A Text Analysis of Online Relationship Advice” (Zizhong Xiao)
”Do You Value Me?: Higher Relational Mate Value Predicts Greater Use of Dyad Specific Compliments in Dating Couples” (Kyle Yahn)
”Self-Focus Hinders Local Processing” (Carol Yoder)
”Coping with Online Rejection: The Importance of Self-Concept” (Yiyue Zhang)
”Vicarious Power : The Interpersonal Transference of Power and Its Consequences” (Ning Zhang)
”"You Didn't Include Me!": Confrontation in Response to Ostracism” (Carla Zimmerman)

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