PSYC Lab Presents at National Conference in D.C.

June 19, 2019

Grand View students Megan Fandrich, Revay Stewart, and Kendall Walker presented two research projects at the Association of Psychological Science (APS) national conference in Washington D.C. APS is one of the most prominent psychological research conferences in the world and is attended by thousands of researchers from across the globe. Their first project was about the cognitive mechanisms that increase the phenomenological veracity of false memory and was attended by a pioneering researcher in flashbulb memory who praised the work. The second research poster displayed the results of an experiment from the lab that showed political biases influence perceptions of racism and was one of the most highly attended presentations for that session.