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SWPA 2020 Psi Chi Program

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  • SWPA 2020 Psi Chi Research Award Recipients

    The Psi Chi Research Award winning work of undergraduate and graduate students will appear here, as well as in the appropriate component below.

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  • SWPA 2020 Posters - Undergraduate Students

    Undergraduate student work that was accepted for presentation as a research poster will appear here.

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  • SWPA 2020 Oral Presentations - Undergraduate Students

    Undergraduate student work that was accepted as an oral presentation will appear here.

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  • SWPA 2020 - Psi Beta Student Research

    Psi Beta students' research that was accepted as a research poster or oral presentation will appear here.

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  • SWPA 2020 Posters - Graduate Students

    Graduate student work that was accepted for presentation as a research poster will appear here.

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  • SWPA 2020 Oral Presentations - Graduate Students

    Graduate student work that was accepted as an oral presentation will appear here.

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  • SWPA 2020 Incomplete Data/Analyses – All Students

    The in-progress research of students whose work was accepted for presentation at the convention will appear here. While their submissions were accepte...

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