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ThesisMoshiri, JasmineThe cognitive processes affected by smartphones are just recently being examined. Current literature demonstrates downfalls to both smartphone presence and absence (Clayton, Leshner, & Almond, 2015; Hartanto & Yang, 2016; Thornton, Faires, Robbins, & . . .
ThesisAlegria, KatieSpending time in nature can improve mood, reduce stress and anxiety, decrease post-operative recovery time, and improve cognition (e.g., Berger & Tiry, 2012; Kaplan, 1995; Ottosson & Grahn, 2005). Unfortunately, because American adults spend ninety-th . . .
Student ResearchJaramillo, JimenaGrounded cognition dictates that, just as the mind can dictate bodily actions, so can motor systems impact cognition. Sensory feedback can likewise inform an individual's foundations for social categorization. The purpose of the present experiment is . . .