The 16th Hawaii Psychology Student Research Dinner

November 08, 2017

05:30 PM - 08:00 PM


The Hawai‘i Pacific University Psychology Department

In conjunction with

Hawai‘i Pacific University’s Psi Chi Chapter and Psychology Club


The 16th Hawaii Psychology Student Research Dinner


Wednesday, November 8, 2017, from 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

at the Aloha Tower Marketplace, Multi-Purpose Room #3


Schedule of Events:


5:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Dinner & Opening

6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Research Presentations



  1. Brian Fitch (U. Minn.) and Chloe DePaola (HPU), “The Role of Implicit and Explicit Systems Feedback on Return-to-Manual Performance” [Faculty Advisor: Kathleen Harder]


  1. Hong Ni (Connie) Mui (BYU), “The Relationship Between Playing Musical Instruments & GPA” [Faculty Advisor: Ron Miller]


  1. Deja Thomas (U.H.), “When Cultures Collide: The Impact of Culture on Conflict Resolution” [Faculty Advisor: Chanel Meyers]


  1. Lauren Johnson, Anne Sigrid Urstad, Renz Ishikawa, and Noelani Boyer (HPU), “Examining Methods of Resolving Hate” [Faculty Advisor: Katherine Aumer]


  1. Amanda Hee and Wai Yan (Ryan) Ng (BYU), “Till Dead Battery Do We Part” [Faculty Advisor: Jess Kohlert]


  1. Stacy Green and Danyea Hays (HPU), “Factors Affecting Permeability of Sexual Orientation” [Faculty Advisor: Katherine Aumer]


  1. Angelica Leon (U.H.), “What Would You Do? Confrontation to Discrimination Online” [Faculty Advisors: Chanel Meyers and Kristin Pauker]


  1. Daniel Ikejimba, Ahriika Jordan, and Jessica Quintua (HPU), “Permeability of Ideologies: White Supremacy” [Faculty Advisor: Katherine Aumer]


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