Summer Research Project Helps College of Wooster Junior Focus Studies in Psychology

A Wooster student discusses a project with a professor.

A multi-university research project is investigating the importance of early socialization experiences in shaping political attitudes and behavior, and Dzifa Adjei ’20 served as a research assistant this summer. To her surprise, her work on this political science project not only gave her insight into large-scale research but also helped her to better focus on what area of developmental psychology she’s most interested in.

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