Kellie McGuire and Maggie Britton graduated from Oakland University with their Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. Maggie will be attending University at Buffalo to obtain her Masters degree in Social-Personality psychology. Kellie will continue to research in the PTG lab and apply to graduate schools in the fall.
It is that time of the year again. A few of the lab members submitted and were accepted into the Twenty-second Annual Meeting of the Minds Conference that is being held at Oakland University on May 9th. This conference is held for undergraduate students to present their accomplishments from the semester, and interact with faculty from participating schools.
- Kellie McGuire and Sharell Elam will be giving an oral presentation Heart-breaker vs. Heart-broken: Does it Matter for Posttraumatic Growth?
- Rebekah Hendrian and Kellie McGuire will present their poster Posttraumatic Growth in Adolescents after Sports-Related Injuries.
- Leah LaLonde and Sharell Elam will present their poster Pathways to Posttraumatic Growth: Can the Way We Ruminate About an Event Affect Our Experience of Growth?
The lab members will wrap up the end of a busy semester with their presentations. Read the abstracts for each presentation in the Meeting of the Minds Program.
Ryan is currently a junior at Oakland University working towards his Bachelor’s in Psychology. His research interest includes assessing the relationship between PTG and marriage/family life. After Oakland, Ryan plans to attend to graduate school to obtain his PhD in Psychology. Ryan can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Aundreah is currently a sophomore at Oakland University majoring in Psychology and minoring in Spanish. Her research interest includes assessing the relationship between PTG and divorce. In the future, Aundreah would like to continue her education and pursue a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology. Aundreah can be contacted at: email@example.com.