Below are the students who completed their master's degrees in PASΨLAB and under my supervision. They have gone onto a variety of careers in industry, academia, and mental health/service. Several have also pursued further advanced training in doctoral programs in social psychology, I/O psychology, and counseling psychology.

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Thesis: A mixed-methods evaluation of a sexual assault reporting and prevention training program

M.S., 2019

JAN-LOUW KOTZE

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Thesis: Development of a complex theory of mind task: Reading the Mind in Film-American

M.S., 2016

IMANI TURNER

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Thesis: Does narcissism moderate the influence of sexual activity on pair-bonding?

M.S., 2015

LEVI SHIVERDECKER

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Thesis: What makes narcissists happy in their relationships?

M.S., 2013

ASHLEY PUGH

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Thesis: Do narcissistic men make good first impressions in dating relationships?

M.S., 2013

JOSHUA GOFF

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Thesis: Taking off the mask: Differentiating between masked and authentic narcissism

M.S., 2012

JESSICA MCCAIN

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Thesis: Semantic relationship of the Confederate Flag with symbols of racism

M.S., 2011

JAMES BRENNAN

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Thesis: Narcissism and aggression: Does negative affect act as a mediator during ego-threat?

M.S., 2010

JENNIFER BOUTWELL

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Thesis: Perceptions of dating violence in the context of emotional versus sexual infidelity

M.S., 2009

TIFFANY MISRA

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Thesis: Narcissism and aggression: Does negative affect act as a mediator during ego-threat?

M.S., 2009

LORI WESTMORELAND

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Thesis: The effects of perpetrator sex, victim-committed infidelity, and personal identification with victim/perpetrator on perceptions of dating violence

M.S., 2008

KATIE WOOD