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Psychology students' research examines stress levels of college students
Posted 05/09/2016 02:21PM

Misericordia University recently sponsored the annual Student Research Poster Presentation Day in Sandy and Marlene Insalaco Hall. The presentations were the culmination of research and work on a variety of topics by more than 180 students in the Colleges of Health Sciences, Arts and Sciences, and Professional Studies and Social Sciences.

Psychology majors Brandy Baron, Tunkhannock; Victoria Ciszak, Wallenpaupak, and Elena Uribe, Coopersburg, presented their research, "Get Moving!: The Relationship between Physical Activity and Stress Levels of College Students."

Misericordia student researchers presented a total of 110 abstracts to the college community and answered questions related to their individual topics, which included biology, chemistry, medical imaging, nursing, physical therapy, psychology, speech-language pathology, teacher education and government, law and national security. University President Thomas J. Botzman, Ph.D., attended the two-hour event along with students, faculty, staff and deans of the colleges.

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Misericordia University psychology majors, from left, Victoria Ciszak, Wallenpaupak, Pa.; Elena Uribe, Coopersburg, Pa., and Brandy Baron, Tunkhannock, Pa., presented their research, 'Get Moving!: The Relationship between Physical Activity and Stress Levels of College Students,' at the annual Student Research Poster Presentation Day on campus.

Students walking from the Mary Kintz Bevevino Library
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