Session 1E

Shaping Human Behavior: Interactions of Cognition and Social Context

1:00 PM to 2:30 PM | Moderated by Judith A Howard
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  • Monica Burns, Senior, Psychology Mary Gates Scholar
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  • Jessica Sommerville,
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  • Anneliese Cook, Junior, Social Welfare
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  • Todd Herrenkohl,
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  • Rebecca (Becca) Emery, Senior, Psychology, Philosophy Levinson Emerging Scholar
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  • Kevin King,

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  • Anna Vladimir Gorn, Senior, Psychology
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  • Jessica Sommerville,

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  • Kristin Ohler, Senior, Social Welfare, UW Tacoma
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  • Erin Casey, , UW Tacoma

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  • Ronnie Thibault, Junior, Interdisciplinary Studies (SEB)
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  • Benjamin Gardner,