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Schizotypy Correlates with Poor Event Segmentation: Insights for Schizophrenia Spectrum, Cara Suliman Khalifeh, UG '24 (C597FE4F)

Schizophrenia is a spectrum of mental disorders that impair individuals' ability to perceive and understand their environment. A critical aspect of understanding our environment is our ability…

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Is a Bright Future Ahead of Us? The Perception of Large-Scale Social Progress Among South Asian Americans with Variations in Depressive Traits, Sana Asifriyaz, UG '25 (B122A141)

Prior socio-psychological research has found that a belief in social progress motivates prosocial behaviors as well as emotional and behavioral well-being in individuals (Rutjens et al., 2010).…

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braids.social: A User-Defined Tool for Rules-Based Feed Curation in Decentralized Social Media, Emmy Song, UG '24 (97A88AEF)

We introduce braids.social, a client application for decentralized social media that enables users to configure the algorithm that controls their feeds. Mastodon has become one of the leading…

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Language-Driven Video Editing Agents: Unlocking Creative Potential Through Human-AI Collaboration, Christine Sun, UG '24 (9A6CF9F3)

Despite the importance of video as a medium for communication, video editing is a skill with a high barrier to entry. To democratize access to content creation, we introduce the Video Editing and…

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Contested Curricula: A Study of Gender, Sexuality, and Freedoms in the Classroom, Casey Beidel, UG '24 (45C929B1)

In recent years, eighteen states have adopted anti-LGBTQ+ legislation restricting course content addressing gender and sexuality, mandating that teachers inform administrators of students’…

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The Interface of Structure & Function: What We’re REALLY Saying Is..., Delaney Savidge, UG '24 (138877C8)

Any time we write or speak, we have a goal in mind: to communicate an idea from one person to another. What that idea is varies, but consistently, how we form speech is used to optimize the…

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Who Gardens and How in Urban USA

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CITP Seminar: Alice Marwick - Beyond the Binary: How LGBTQ+ People Negotiate Networked Privacy

Networked privacy is the desire to maintain agency over information within the social and technological networks in which information is disclosed, given meaning, and shared. This agency is…

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OURSIP Intern - Rajveer Kaur

Training Spatial Computations through Visuomotor Adaption Task Advised by: Prof. Jordan Taylor, PsychologyDr. Olivia Kim, Psychology

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OURSIP Intern - Shirley Xue

Strengthening Memory Suppression in PTSD via Real-time Neurofeedback Advised by: Prof. Kenneth Norman, Princeton Neuroscience Institute Augustin Hennings, Princeton Neuroscience Institute

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OURSIP Intern - Caroline Weaver

Visual Perception and Attention Advised by: Professor Timothy Bushman; Princeton Neuroscience Institute Qinpu He; Princeton Neurosscience Institute

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Therapy is for Westerners: Inadequacies Measuring Bangladeshi Anxiety & Depression, Imaan Khasru, UG '23 (2267901)

Most tools to assess & diagnose psychological disorders are developed in the West via testing on Western populations, and then used on non-Western populations. We assume these tools are reliable…

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Electric Toothbrushing Pitfalls, Rachel J. Kulchar, UG (2276841)

As the most prevalent chronic disease, dental caries, or tooth decay, is exacerbated by inadequate plaque removal. Oftentimes, people assume that electric toothbrushes are a very efficient way to…

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Lessons and Legacies: A Study of Pan-Africanist Ideation and the Participation of Nigerian Brits in Homeland Politics, Jemima Williams, UG (2268453)

The current literature on diasporic political participation is sparse, limited in geographical scope and focuses mostly on traditional forms of participation such as lobbying and voting. These…

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Opening Minds to Close the Gap: Shifting Attributions for the Achievement Gap in Education to Foster Support for a Progressive Education Policy, Ryan Champeau, UG '23 (2264510)

Scholars have evaluated policies aimed at addressing racial and socioeconomic achievement gaps in education. However, few studies have looked at how voters themselves perceive the gap and how their…

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Dream Garden: Exploring Location-Based, Collaboratively-Created Augmented Reality Spaces, Elizabeth Petrov, UG '23 (2985738)

We introduce Dream Garden, an augmented reality application (AR) that lets people place 3D flowers into the physical world to build a collaborative location-based garden. Despite the potential for…

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