Dr. Christopher Terry and Kayleigh Hood ’15 Present at annual Eastern Psychological Association Meeting

April 02 2015
Category: Academics


On March 5, Kayleigh Hood ’15, a psychology major, and Dr. Christopher Terry, Assistant Professor of Psychology, attended the annual Eastern Psychological Association meeting in Philadelphia, PA.

At the event, Kayleigh presented her research poster entitled “Accepting the Moment: Mindfulness is Associated with Less Media Multitasking”, and Dr. Terry his research poster entitled “The Role of Mindfulness in Emotional and External Eating Among College Men and Women.”

About the Eastern Psychological Association:

Eastern Psychological Association (EPA) was founded in 1896 and is the oldest of the regional Psychological Associations in the United States. Its sole purpose is to advance the science and profession through the dissemination of professional information about the field of Psychology. EPA achieves this goal by conducting its annual meeting where the members of EPA present the latest advances in professional and scientific work to their colleagues. EPA welcomes psychologists from all fields across the discipline.

By becoming a member of Eastern Psychological Association, you 'join hands' with a group whose interests are as varied as the field itself. EPA proudly counts Psychologists of every stripe as members from clinicians to neuroscientists; from experimental psychologists of every type to applied psychologists in private practice, industry and the military. EPA represents all of the richness of our field, and EPA welcomes you to the community of psychology. We encourage you to join and be an active participant.