The Honors Program offers students the opportunity to gain intensive experience conducting scientific research with a faculty mentor. Students typically apply to participate in this program at the end of their Sophomore year although late applications are sometimes considered under extenuating circumstances. In addition to working extensively in a research laboratory throughout their Junior and Senior years, students also participate in the Honors Seminar for at least 3 semesters. The program culminates in the completion of a written Honors Thesis, an oral defense thereof, and a poster presentation of the project as part of Psychology Day. In order to do so, it is the responsibility of interested students to first find a faculty mentor who agrees to supervise their honors research see below.
Students admitted into PREP will participate in a comprehensive four-year program which will begin with research participation in the first year, and culminate with assistance with graduate school applications during senior year. Additionally, students will receive intensive academic advising, faculty mentoring, career development support throughout their time as undergraduate psychology majors. Angie Mejia. Angie want to work in a helping profession, whether it be developmental psychology or social work. Angie has interned for the UMD Safe Center and am currently interning at CASA, a non-profit organization that aims to improve the lives of immigrant and Latino communities as a development intern.
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My research interests include the areas of forensic and social psychology. I am interested in psychopathic traits, authoritarian traits, aggression and their interactions with peer group influences which bring about criminal and delinquent behavior. I am currently investigating the possible influences of these factors on hazing in college campuses.