Midwestern Psychological Association
The Department of Behavioral Sciences at Andrews University chooses several student projects annually to be presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association meeting in Chicago in early May. Dr. Herb Helm and Dr. Karl Bailey mentor students in preparation for the presentation of their research. A list of recent student research is available on the Behavioral Sciences Webpage.
The Midwestern Psychological Association (MPA) promotes the advancement of psychological science by hosting an annual meeting where papers and posters may be presented on psychological research. MPA has over 2500 members who hold a variety of positions in hospitals, universities, colleges, clinics, etc. In addition, undergraduate students may present at the Psi Chi portion of the meeting.
For more information see the Midwestern Psychological Association Website
Photo: Jason Miller, a double major in Behavioral Neuroscience and Political Science, was awarded the Psi Chi Regional Award for his research on "Attitudes towards Women in Power: How Conservative Religious Individuals form Religious and Political Decisions"