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Sociology major to represent UW-Superior at statewide research showcase

Posted on Feb 27, 2012

University of Wisconsin-Superior students involved in computer science, psychology, writing, art, and transportation and logistics management will showcase their undergraduate research projects March 7 at the State Capitol in Madison.

"Posters in the Rotunda: A Celebration of Undergraduate Research," brings students and faculty from University of Wisconsin System campuses to the Capitol Rotunda to share their undergraduate research projects with elected officials, government representatives, and the public.

Among those representing UW-Superior is Angela Castellini of Duluth, who's majoring in psychology and sociology. She will present, "The Role of Perfectionism and Romanticized Beliefs in Romantic Relationship Satisfaction and Adjustment."

"My research examined how personality traits and social influence can shape our perception of, and behaviors in, romantic relationships," she said. "More specifically, I assessed how higher levels of perfectionism and romanticized beliefs influenced romantic relationship satisfaction and adjustment in individuals who were in a dating relationship."

Her faculty advisor is Dr. Shevaun Stocker, assistant professor of psychology.

News Contact: Al Miller | 715-394-8260 | amiller{atuws}
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