Moorer honored by Southeastern Psychological Association | People
A University of Southern Mississippi graduate student's research has earned a first place award from the Southeastern Psychological Association's Committee on Equality for Professional Opportunity.
Kayla Moorer, a doctoral student in counseling psychology from Laurel, received SEPA’s Graduate Student Research on Women and Minorities award after outranking the competition in the research on women category. The recognition was based on her master’s thesis, titled “Alcohol consumption and unwanted sexual experiences in college females: The mediating role of protective behavioral strategies.”
A member of the Department of Psychology’s College Alcohol Research Team, Moorer will present her thesis in a student paper award session at SEPA’s annual meeting March 13-16 in Atlanta and receive a monetary award.
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