Long-term follow-up of adolescent personality
Sue Trumbetta (Psychological Science)
Students will develop hypotheses about adolescent predictors of lifespan development and longevity and will test them statistically using data from a pilot study of individuals identified as adolescents and followed up six decades later.
Pre-requisites: preference for students who have taken Psyc200 and Psyc262
How should students express their interest in this project? Interested students should submit a paragraph outlining their interests in the project, the skills and ideas they bring to the work, and the kinds of things they hope to gain from this summer research experience. Students will be selected for interviews based on evidence from resumes, transcripts, and the application statement.