Nancy Karlin Graduate Student Research Awards
For these student awards, the first author on the presentation must be a graduate student, and no faculty authors are allowed. Based on the information provided in the conference submission, student award finalists will be selected. These finalists must give their oral presentation during the special convention sessions set aside for RMPA award finalists in order to be considered for the award. Award winners, based on the quality of their presentations at the conference, will be announced at RMPA’s business meeting, and each winning submission will receive $500. RMPA will award up to 2 of these awards each year. This award is named after long-time RMPA supporter and executive committee member, Nancy J. Karlin, a full professor at the University of Northern Colorado.
Past Winners of the Nancy Karlin Graduate Student Research Awards
David Top, Connor Larson, Angus Bennion, Karch Smith, Lauren Hall, Isaac Wu, Chaz Rich, Tyler White, Brigham Young University, “Uncertainty is the Key to Atypical Fear Conditioning and Extinction in Autism.”
Mikeala Priest, Vikki Alden, Kenneth McClure, Alexa Milbradt, Adrian Barberis. “Taking gender out of mental rotation: Reexamining gender difference in mental rotation using virtual reality and 3D models.”
Kent Hinkson, Malisa Brooks, Cassidy Burningham, & Haylee Harris, Utah Valley University, “Disaggregated Clusters of PTSD as Predictor’s of Lower Academic Performance”
Karlee R. Provenza, University of Wyoming, “When the Law Collides: Juror Decision Making of Police Defendants”