Ben used his thesis to examine connections between aggressive sports and stress.
Reed community members can read Ben’s thesis, “Stress, Aggression, and Performance: The Effects of Daily Hassles on High-Aggression Athletics,” online in the Electronic Theses Archive.
Why do two people look at the same graph and walk away with different interpretations? Rishi spent a year looking into some reasons for why this happens when people are looking at climate data.
Reed community members can read Rishi’s thesis, “Overt Attention and Cognitive Ability Explain Climate Graph Interpretation,” online in the Electronic Theses Archive.
Madhav conducted a study of college students, staff, and faculty to learn about how accepting these groups were of accommodations in higher education for various kinds of disabilities.
Reed community members can read Madhav’s thesis, “How Appropriate is “Appropriate”? Views of Students, Faculty, and Staff on Disability Accommodations Based on Type of Disability,” online in the Electronic Theses Archive.
This episode contains discussion of topics concerning mental health.
Quarantine has created an atmosphere for a lot of difficult conversations with friends and especially families. Today we will hear from Jade about her research study on gender and pronouns amongst Reed students.
Reed community members can read Jade’s thesis online in the Electronic Theses Archive.