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Department of Psychology


Psychology Magellan Award Winners

Magellan Guarantee Fall 2015
Shelby Clemmer, Junior, Psychology, USC Columbia
Mentor: Carla Pfeffer, Sociology, USC Columbia
Queering Families: The Postmodern Partnerships of Cisgender Women and Transgender Men

Magellan Guarantee Fall 2015
Jerica Knox, Junior, Psychology, Social Work, USC Columbia
Mentor: Kelly Mulvey, Educational Studies, USC Columbia
Judgments and Reasoning About Bullying of Youth with Disabilities: The Role of Peer and Family Contexts

Magellan Guarantee Fall 2015
Courtney Wyche, Sophomore, Psychology, USC Columbia
Mentor: Kelly Lynn Mulvey, Educational Studies, USC Columbia
Judgments and Reasoning About Bullying of Youth with Disabilities: The Role of Peer and Family Contexts

 Magellan Apprentice Spring 2015
Katelyn Hanshaw, Capstone, Sophomore, Psychology, Sociology, USC Columbia
Mentor: Kelly Lynn Mulvey, Educational Studies, USC Columbia
Judgments and Reasoning About Bullying of Youth with Disabilities: The Role of Peer and Family Contexts

Magellan Scholar Spring 2015
William Bradley, Junior, Psychology, USC Columbia
Mentor: Kate Flory, Psychology, USC Columbia
Understanding Internalizing and Externalizing Problems in Children in the Context of Family Structures: How do Potential Moderators Affect This Relation?

Magellan Scholar Spring 2015
Chelsey Couch, Junior, Psychology, Counselor Education, USC Columbia
Mentor: Dawn Wilson, Psychology, USC Columbia
Effects of Nutrition on Cognitive Outcomes in Adolescents

Magellan Scholar Spring 2015
Marian Freeman, Senior, Psychology, Counselor Education, USC Columbia
Mentors:
Doug Wedell, Psychology, USC Columbia
Svetlana Shinkareva, Psychology, USC Columbia
Physiological Responses to Affective States

Magellan Scholar Spring 2015
Killian Hughes, Senior, Psychology, Criminal Justice, USC Columbia
Mentors:
Jane Roberts, Psychology, USC Columbia
Jessica Klusek, Psychology, USC Columbia
Gesture Development as an Early Marker of Communication Deficits in Children with Fragile X Syndrome

Magellan Scholar Spring 2015
Lauren Knapp, Senior, Psychology, Journalism and Mass Communications, Advertising and Public Relations, USC Columbia
Mentor: Melanie Palomares, Psychology, USC Columbia
The Role of Attention in Logo Recognition

Magellan Scholar Spring 2015
Nicholas Riccardi, Capstone, Senior, Psychology, Sociology, USC Columbia
Mentor: Rutvik Desai, Psychology, USC Columbia
Actions and Abstractions: A Lesion Study of Disruptions in the Comprehension of Action and Abstract Words