**Undergraduate Student Projects **

Presented at Boston College Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference (PURC)

Presented at Boston College Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference (PURC)

Kuron*, A. (2016/2017). The Impact of Verbal Labels on Fraction Understanding.

Santry*, M. (2016/2017). Spontaneous Alignment Between Symbolic and Spatial Representations of Fractions.

Brosnan*, N. (2015/2016). The Relationship Between Abstract Thinking and Parent Instructional Choices for Teaching About Fractions.

Slotter*, C. (2015/2016). The Subjectivity of Math Attitudes: An investigation into student attitudes toward math oriented subjects.

Relander**, C. (2015). Adults Understanding of Rational Numbers in Symbolic and Non-Symbolic Form.

Greisser*, C. (2014/2015). Fraction Distraction: The Effect of Rational Numbers in Word Problems.

Miller*, K. (2014/2015). Examining the Perceived Association between Antisocial Personalities and Math Professions.

Massaro*, M. (2013/2014). Mental Representations of Rational Numbers and How External Visual References Impact Them.

Szczerepa*, A. (2013/2014). "Who Got More?" The Effects of Ownership and Perceived Deservingness on Children's Number Estimates.

* Undergraduate Thesis Student

** Undergraduate Research Assistant

**Teaching**

**Previous Teaching Experience**

*Instructor,*Boston College, for the following courses:

PS120: Introduction to Behavioral Research and Statistics I

*Teaching Assistant,*Boston College, for the following courses:

PS274: Sensation and Perception

PS121: Introduction to Behavioral Research and Statistics II

*Lectures: two sections taught weekly*

PS341: Psychology of Morality

*Lecture: “Development of Morality: Infants and Toddlers”*

PS121: Introduction to Behavioral Research and Statistics II

*Lectures: one section taught weekly*

PS110: Introduction to Psychology as a Natural Science