On Monday March 21st, the students of Social Psychology 4ZZ6 showcased the interesting and important group-based thesis projects they conducted this 2022-23 academic year. Twenty groups completed the capstone project this year under the mentorship and supervision of Dr. Sarah Clancy, Assistant (Teaching) Professor of Social Psychology and Health, Aging, and Society.
Students enthusiastically presented in both in-person and virtual formats on topics ranging from The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on McMaster Undergraduate Students to The Relationship Between Parental Styles and Susceptibility to Peer Pressure in University Students. View all the research posters that were presented at the event.
Thank you to the community members who attended to support the event including family and friends as well as fellow students and McMaster staff and faculty!