Catawba College Students and Faculty Attend Southeastern Psychological Association Meeting
March 18, 2013
Two faculty members and several students from the psychology department at Catawba College attended the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association in Atlanta, Ga., March 13-16.
Those attending included Drs. Sheila Brownlow and Erin Wood, professors of psychology at Catawba, and students Ashley Acken of Marietta, Pa.; Nathaniel (Shane) Binkley of Cleveland; Emily Carlton of Winston-Salem; Tim Conner of Statesville; Bransyn Motley of Salisbury; Maura Pantone of Pittsburgh, Pa.; Benjamin Patterson of Rockwell; Cinthia Rodriguez of Salisbury; and Leah Ryan of Westborough, Mass.
Some of the Catawba group made presentations. The titles of the presentations and those participating included Does Saying Mean (not) Doing? Articulation of Alcohol Policies and Underage Drinking. Maura Pantone and Sheila Brownlow; Does Ego Depletion Increase Implicit Egotism via Name Letter Matching? Ashley Acken, Maura Pantone and Sheila Brownlow; Welcome to Academe: Trials and Tribulations of the New Academic. Panel Organizer/chair, Erin Wood, Catawba College, with Maureen Matthews, Saint Leo University, Jana Hackathorn, Murray State University, Lisa Blalock, University of West Florida, and Joan Brugman, Belmont Abbey College.