Session: Oral 2, May 21, 2021 3:0pam – 4:30pm
Room: Psychology
Moderators: Anne Therese Frederiksen and Guadalupe Mendoza
Co-Moderator: Tiffani Pope
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Presenters/topics below are in order of presentation. Each presentation was approximately 10 minutes long.  Move the video forward in 10-minute increments to skip to the next topic. 


Presenter Name(s) Project Title
Jalen Jones An Investigation of Natural Confidence Inflation for Target Items in Eyewitness Reports
Kajsa Sibley
MARTHA CARREON Experiences of achievement guilt and mental health among Latinx and Asian descent undergraduates: The moderating role of social support and generational status
Manuel Teran Perceived Discrimination and Eating Disorder Symptomatology among Queer Men of Color: The Role of Body Evaluations
Tiffany Chin Social Influences on Individuals’ Life History Strategies
Kathie Chang Qualitative Insights on Living with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder During COVID-19
Jyotsna Grandhi Exploring the Role of Race/Ethnicity in the Relationship between Rumination and Distress following a Potentially Morally Injurious Event
Deborah Kamliot Undergraduate Student Sleep and Well-being Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Laura Cabebe The Relationship Between the Timing of a Morally Injurious Event and Current Distress in an Undergraduate Sample
Precious Araujo Predictors of Event-Related Rumination in Response to a Potentially Morally Injurious Event: An Exploratory Analysis