Five psychology majors and five sociology majors at Coastal Carolina University presented their research papers at the prestigious Carolinas Psychology Conference in Raleigh, N.C., recently. The conference was co-sponsored by North Carolina State University and Meredith College.
Students were required to submit abstracts of research papers for consideration prior to the conference.
The psychology students and their project topics were:
-Kristen Hardin of Myrtle Beach – Correlates of Codependency
Stephanie Kirbach of Pawleys Island – Anxiety and Working Memory as a Function of Stereotype Manipulation
Meredith Putnam of Doylestown, Pa. – Attitudes Toward Rape Victims and Acceptance of Rape Myths as a Function of Gender and Victimization
Alyssa Recker of Myrtle Beach – Credit Consciousness, Number of Credit Cards, and Age of College Students
William Zeallor of Lincoln, Del. – Greek Versus Non-Greek: A Comparison of Attitudes Toward Homosexuality
The sociology majors presented their papers at the Carolina Undergraduate Social Science Symposium meeting at Newberry College. The symposium was sponsored by the South Carolina Sociological Association and the North Carolina Sociological Association. They included:
Kathleen Gale of Myrtle Beach – Demographic Transition Theory and the Impact
Janice E. Gause of Murrells Inlet –Declining Population in Croatia
Marquis Kirk of Laurens – Brazil, A Country in Transition
Duane Lyons of Myrtle Beach – Migration Issues in Armenia
Theresa Platt of Myrtle Beach– Demographic Transition in Turkey