Abdullah Syed

Disparity Levels in Parent-Child Relationship Satisfaction in Emerging Adulthood and Parental Relationship Dissolution

Author(s) Kianna Zimmer, Raisa Lane, Emma Sherwood, Emily McAtee Faculty Mentor(s) Sarah Feeney (Family & Consumer Sciences) Abstract Previous literature has found that healthy parent-child relationships are less common among children who experience dissolution of their parents’ relationship. Few studies have examined how parental relationship… Read More »Disparity Levels in Parent-Child Relationship Satisfaction in Emerging Adulthood and Parental Relationship Dissolution

Activity patterns of bat species at interstate highway sites with and without wildlife underpasses

Author(s) Jenna Chapman Faculty Mentor(s) Kristina Ernest (Biological Sciences) Abstract Roads destroy, degrade, and isolate wildlife habitats. Despite the ecological importance of bats and the effect roads have on bats’ access to foraging, breeding, and roosting habitat, relatively few studies have investigated whether wildlife crossing… Read More »Activity patterns of bat species at interstate highway sites with and without wildlife underpasses

Evaluating College Football Coaches’ Legal and Moral Obligations in Reporting Sexual Violence Perpetrated by Athletes

Author(s) Tori Carpenter Faculty Mentor(s) Dr. Sean Dahlin (Sport Management) Abstract Sexual violence on college campuses has been a significant public health issue for many years now. NCAA Division I institutions report a higher number of sexual assaults and violence. Particularly, athletes at the NCAA… Read More »Evaluating College Football Coaches’ Legal and Moral Obligations in Reporting Sexual Violence Perpetrated by Athletes

Emotion Label Priming: Does The Placement of an Emotion Perception Question Matter?

Author(s) Miranda Roseman Faculty Mentor(s) Mary Radeke (Psychology), Anthony Stahelski (Psychology) Abstract This study investigates personality trait inferences through priming emotion recognition in facial expressions. The emotion on a face must be recognized before appraisal can be attained, and cognitive primes (categorization and perceptual prompts)… Read More »Emotion Label Priming: Does The Placement of an Emotion Perception Question Matter?

The Effects of Probiotics, Prebiotics, and Synbiotics on Measures of Lactose Intolerance: A Systematic Review

Author(s) Taylor Roice Faculty Mentor(s) Susan Hawk (Food Science and Nutrition), David Gee (Food Science and Nutrition) Abstract Lactose intolerance disproportionately affects racial minority groups in the United States, adversely impacting the incidence of calcium deficiency and low bone mineral density in these populations. The… Read More »The Effects of Probiotics, Prebiotics, and Synbiotics on Measures of Lactose Intolerance: A Systematic Review