GV Psychology Research Lab Presents at APS Conference
May 31, 2017
Four research assistants of the Grand View Psychology Research Lab traveled to Boston, MA to present at the Association for Psychological Sciences (APS) conference. This was the first time GV students have presented at APS which is one of the most prestigious national conferences in the United States. Kaitlyn Bruns and Michael Miller presented on findings from the lab showing how news media can negatively influence racial biases. Nick Little and Cat Cline presented evidence for a new theory explaining why people remember details about events that never happened. Both presentations were well attended and received.