Psychology Exposition Sessions Open to Community
– Community members are welcome to attend Florida Tech’s School of Psychology symposium, “Applying the
Science of Psychology: A Research Exposition,” on Friday, March 31, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. All presentations are free.
Sessions, in the Denius Student Center, second floor Hartley Room, are: 10 a.m. “Information and Communication Technology to Support Alzheimer’s
Caregivers,” presented by Dr. Frank Webbe
10:20 a.m. “Research on Methods of Increasing Compliance in Young Children, presented by Dr. David Wilder
10:40 a.m. “Forecasting the Future of NASA: Computational Modeling of the Workforce Climate at Kennedy Space Center,” presented by Dr. Richard
11 a.m. “The Scale of Accurate Personality Prediction: A Measure of Self-Knowledge?” Dr. Philip Farber is the presenter.
Student multimedia presentations will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. The Denius Student Center is located in the heart of campus, off Country Club Road. For more
information, contact Dr. Thomas Harrell at (321) 674-8104, or at email@example.com.