Psychology students present research

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. - Lycoming College psychology students in a Research Methods class held a poster session April 18 in Pennington Lounge.

Thirty students presented posters, which was the culmination of their independent, semester-long research projects in which they collected and analyzed their data, according to Dr. Tina Norton, assistant professor of psychology. Project topics included The effects of sugar consumption on motor control; The relationship between music and memory retention; and The effects of music type and preference on driving performance.

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