Chandler Benney and Ashley Magana, two of our wonderful undergraduate research assistants, presented a poster at USU's Student Research Symposium (SRS) this week! Their poster was titled: "Do parental and cultural factors play a role in overeating behaviors among Latino youth?" This research is part of the Choices Youth Health Study we finished collecting data on last year, and is an area that they are both very passionate about. It was a successful presentation with a lot of people stopping by and asking questions. Great job, Chandler and Ashley!
Elizabeth Wynn, one of our dedicated undergraduate research assistants, recently presented a poster at the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association (RMPA) in Salt Lake City! Her poster was titled: "Implementing a Measurement Feedback System in a Psychology Graduate Training Clinic." This project is part of her Honor's thesis, and she presented initial findings of clinicians' feedback on using OwlOutcomes in their training. We are so proud of Elizabeth and excited to continue this research!