Practical work aids SIUE psychology students
EDWARDSVILLE – After spending over a year taking courses mostly online or through a hybrid format due to the COVID-19 pandemic, five undergraduate psychology students at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville haven’t forgotten how fortunate they have been to meet in person this semester. The team of research assistants engages in applied learning with the support of Jason Finley, PhD, assistant professor of psychology.
“It has been so wonderful for us to work together in person in the lab,” said Finley. “Laboratory meetings are the melting pot of scientific research, where new ideas arise from sprawling intellectual conversations and hands-on exploration of past literature and new data. “