Graduate psychology students present at Langsdale Library’s RED Talks

Langsdale Library hosts a series called RED Talks (Research Engagement Day) where faculty and students have an opportunity to present their research to the UB community. On Feb. 28, three applied psychology graduate students participated in the latest RED Talks event. Tannaz Rahman gave a talk on “Learning and conservation at the National Aquarium,” Stephen Shaul discussed “Mediational effects of distress intolerance between PTSD symptomology and reactive aggression” and Charles Thornton presented on “Adolescent bullying associated with adult professional development.” Faculty from across the University also gave presentations.

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M.S. in Applied Psychology student Tannaz Rahman

M.S. in Applied Psychology student Stephen Shaul


M.S. in Applied Psychology student Charles Thornton

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