Psychology Undergraduates Spend Summer In National Science Foundation Research Project

Two Georgia State University undergrauate psychology majors spent this summer doing research at Ohio University in a program entitled National Science Foundation Research Experience For Undergraduates: Treatment-Related Research for Youth with Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Problems.

The seminars focused on professional development, research methods and statistics, and evidence-based treatments for youth with social, emotional, and behavioral problems. The students also worked on individual research projects with faculty mentors and presentations of findings in a research symposium at the end of the program.

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