Participating in the conference were several members of MMC’s Psychology Department, including faculty members Cheryl Paradis, PsyD, Professor of Psychology; Nava Silton, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychology; and Linda Solomon, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology; and students and alumni Amanda Anzovino ’19, Kayla McCusker ’21, Patrick Riley ’20, and Willa Zimmerman ’21.
This year’s conference celebrated the 125th anniversary of EPA. In addition to the traditional program of keynote addresses, symposia, papers, and posters organized in several content areas, a number of special sessions were added to highlight the history of psychological research, including a lecture by keynote speaker, Alexandra Rutherford, Associate Professor of Psychology at York University in Toronto.
MMC’s students, faculty, and alumni presented on four different topics—check out their presentations below:
A Comparison of Female Police Officer Representation in U.S. Municipal Police Forces from 1998 to 2018 by Amanda Anzovino
(sponsored by Cheryl Paradis, PsyD, and Linda Solomon, Ph.D.)
- The Relationship Between Flexibility of Mindset and Freshman Adjustment to College by Kayla McCusker and Linda Solomon, Ph.D.
- College Students’ Attitudes Towards Fringe Beliefs and Identities by Willa Zimmerman, Cheryl Paradis, Psy.D, Daniel S. Mundy MD, and Kanishk Solanki MD
- Got Talent? Assessing the Efficacy of the First Mental Health-based Realabilities Comic by Patrick Riley, Nava Silton, Ph.D., and Amanda Anzovino