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2014 BCTR Student Showcase, Friday, May 2, 2014

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2014 BCTR Student Showcase

Friday, May 2, 2014
11:30am - 1:00pm
Beebe Hall, 2nd floor conference room


The BCTR offers students across campus the opportunity to learn about and participate in research techniques, data collection, and analysis as research assistants in many of the center's projects. At the student showcase some current BCTR students will showcase their work with the BCTR.

Program:

The Relationship between NSSI, Suicide, and Eating Disorders
Pamela Babington, Psych ‘15
Rachel Minton, HD ‘15
Megan Childs, HD ‘15
Cornell Research Program on Self-Injury and Recovery

Finding Superstars
Bridgette Aumand, HD ‘16
Moyouri Bhattacharjee, BS ‘15
Superstar Practitioner Project

Analyzing Statewide 4-H Enrollment
Robbie Neff, AEM ‘15
NY State 4-H Youth Development

Differences in Caregiver Strain Between Caregivers of Self-Injurious Youth and Caregivers of Youth Who Do Not Self-Injure
Feven Fisseha, Psych ‘14
Cornell Research Program on Self-Injury and Recovery

Parenting in Context and Beyond
Lydia Gill, HD ‘14
Parenting in Context Initiative

CAPP Program Outcomes in One NYS School District
Annie Goldthrite, HD ‘14
Reniece McIntyre, AEM ‘14
ACT for Youth

Non-Suicidal Self-Injury (NSSI) in Adolescents:
The Relationship between Parent’s First Reaction to Finding Out and Subsequent Communication and Recovery Trajectory
Sierra Shumate, Psych ‘14
Cornell Research Program on Self-Injury and Recovery

An Examination of System- and Individual-level Factors Which May be Associated with the
Urban-rural Disparity in Hospice Utilization
Meghan McDarby, HD ‘14
Translational Research Institute on Pain in Later Life

The Role of Emotion in NSSI
Kemar Prussien, Psych ‘15
Cornell Research Program on Self-Injury and Recovery

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