The 10th Annual Research Day will be held Friday, April 4, 2014 in the Student Center Ballroom (SC-311).
The College of Sciences and Health Professions invites submission of abstracts for the Research Day poster session from all students and faculty on current research, teaching, and service topics.
Download the Call for Abstracts and Poster Printing Instructions SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
NOTE: the printer will be loaded with bond (not glossy) paper for Research Day posters. If anyone wants to use his or her poster at a conference after Research Day (when you may receive useful feedback), it may be printed on glossy paper later.
Submit an abstract electronically as an attached file to firstname.lastname@example.org using the format below. In the email subject line, indicate: ‘COSHP Poster Abstract’ followed by the first author’s last name, department (e.g., COSHP Poster Abstract – Graf, PSY). The deadline for submitting abstracts is 8:00am Monday, March 24, 2014. Submitting authors will be contacted by email after submissions have been received.
REQUIRED ABSTRACT FORMAT (use sample below as guide):
- MicrosoftWord for PC (not Mac/Apple or Word Perfect)
- Times New Roman 10 point; full justification
- TITLE: All capital letters & bold; do not indent
- AUTHORS: List names (first name, middle initial, last name) and highest degrees. Presenting author should be in bold; list department and institution below authors. If there are two or more authors from different departments or institutions, use superscript numbers to identify affiliations
- Leave one blank line between the title/author block and the text
- TEXT: Single spaced; do not indent
- Text should not exceed 300 words
Not following these instructions will result in the return of your abstract for reformatting
VALIDATION OF THE SDS-17 MEASURE OF SOCIAL DESIRABILITY BIAS IN THE AMERICAN CONTEXT
Allyson S. Graf, B.A.1, Brian F. Blake, Ph.D.1, Jillian Hughes, M.A. 2, Kimberly A. Neuendorf, Ph.D.3
1Department of Psychology, Cleveland State University; 2Marketing Strategies Inc.; 3 School of Communication, Cleveland State University
In Germany, Stober and Colleagues (1999, 2001) presented evidence for the validity of the SDS-17, a new measure of “social desirability bias,” i.e. distorted self report of responses that present oneself in a socially attractive manner. Measures of the magnitude of this bias may be dependent upon the cultural surrounding, however. Three experiments (n=800) assessed the SDS-17’s validity in the USA environment. In all conditions in all three studies, SDS-17 scores correlated highly with scores . . . . . . .
2014 RESEARCH DAY AGENDA AND POSTER PRINTING INSTRUCTIONS WILL BE SENT TO YOU WHEN YOUR ABSTRACTS HAVE BEEN RECEIVED.