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Video

Publication Date

4-16-2021

Abstract

“COVID Oral History Project” – Tyler Rhea and Rafika Islam, Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Sandra Lara

“Go Green: The Psychological and Physiological Benefits of Natural Environments” – Gabrielle Thompson, Dylan Escalante, Nadia Padron, Nikai Hinojosa, Cody Lace, Joanna Martinez Gutierrez, Mark Torres, and Payton Davis Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Dawn Weatherford

“Building Bridges to Improve Social Communication in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder” – Shanna Nunez, Jessica Lazcano Trevino, Madeleine Anderson, and Asbel Ramos, Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Dawn Weatherford and Dr. Theresa Garfield

“Does Naming Induce Anthropomorphism?” – Aisha Abdirahman, Payton Davis, Jude De La Cruz, Itiel Huerta, Henry Milner, Gabriella Pena, and Gabriella Ruiz, Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Alan Daniel

Abdirahman Davis De La Cruz poster.pdf (440 kB)
Does Naming Induce Anthropomorphism

Nunez Lazcano Anderson Ramos poster.pdf (598 kB)
Building Bridges to Improve Social Communication in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

SRS.References. Nunez, Lazcano, Anderson, & Ramos.pdf (113 kB)
References: Building Bridges

Rhea Islam poster.pdf (984 kB)
COVID Oral History Project

Thompson et al poster.pdf (832 kB)
Go Green: The Psychological and Physiological Benefits of Natural Environments

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