Stephanie B. Richman, Ph.D.
I am passionate about mentoring students i
I am passionate about mentoring students in research and proactively
involve them in projects. I am proud of all of my students and love to show off their work!
Below, previous students' projects are featured. You can also see some example photos of
them presenting their work at conferences.
If you are a student interested in doing an independent project with me or in working
on some of my research, please click on the tab "Join the Lab" for more information.
Past Student Projects:
Zach Myers (ongoing): Aphantasia
Jaxon Hart (2019): Suicide, Stigma, and Humor
Jeremy Foust (2018-2019): Self-complexity and Adaptive Decision-Making
Hannah Albrechta (2018-2019): Transgender Stereotypes and Sports
Christina Palmer (2017-2018): Prevalence of Dating Violence on College
Campus and its Effects on Students' Self-esteem and Depression
Taylor Casteel (2015-2016): What Leads to Sexism?: Implications of
Traditional Masculinity and Self-Concept Clarity
Samantha DiCaprio (2015-2016): How Comfort Food Affects Pain Tolerance
Kayleigh Gill (2015-2016): The Effects of Leader Member Exchange Quality
and Differentiation on Individual and Group Performance
Paul Nicol (2015-2016): Physiological Differences between Social and
Nicole Viviano (2015-2016): Drug Addiction Stigma and
Responsibility: Influences on Likeableness and Facial Attractiveness
Louis Friello Jr. (2014-2015): The Impact of Knowledge, Concealability, and
Perceived Dangerousness on Mental Illness Stigma
Lauren Paoletta (2014-2015): The Relationship between Envy and Jealousy
in the workplace
Michelle Myler (2014-2015): Rejection as a Predictor of Emotional and
Michelle Myler presenting her Capstone project at Westminster's Senior Studies Presentation night.
Louis Friello Jr. presenting his Capstone project at URAC.
Lauren Paoletta presenting her Capstone project at URAC.