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Kim Epting and students present at international conference

L. Kimberly Epting, an assistant professor of psychology, and three psychology majors—Jennifer Cox ‘12, John Hollander ’13 and Hayley D’Antuono ‘14—presented research at the 38th Annual Convention of the Association for Behavior Analysis International in Seattle, Washington, from May 24-29.

Epting and students presented “Effects of Perceived Audience and Type of Feedback on Self-editing in Writing,” a study that considered environmental variables that exert control over specific aspects of revising-related behaviors. Elon graduates Alyson Hignight ’12 and Brittany Bowers ’12 were also co-authors on the presentation.

Kim Epting,
Faculty
6/1/2012 11:12 AM