Student Research

Research and presentation of research are important endeavors for Educational Psychology graduate students. Many students attend and present their research findings at regional, national and international professional academic conferences. You'll find examples of recently submitted student master’s research papers and presentation topics at scholarly meetings below.

  • Parental Self-Efficacy among Mothers of Typically Developing Children and Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • A Cross Cultural Comparison of Preschool Children’s Play and Creativity
  • The Effects of Instructional Dance Fitness on Cognition in Middle Aged to Older Adults
  • Validation of the Veracity Subscale of the CPA Self-Perception Scale with Middle School Students
  • Parents’ and Children’s Perceptions of Video Game Play and Relationship to ERP Brain Wave Patterns
  • Attitudes and Anxiety and Their Effect on Adult Second Language Learners

Student Projects

Mental Health App

In this podcast episode, we learn about a project from the department of educational psychology, where several EHS graduate assistants developed a tool designed to help teachers initiate productive classroom conversations around mental health and wellness, and in a way that’s fun, engaging, and educational for young learners.