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    • Comparison of Essential Oils and Relaxing Music on Reducing Anxiety 

      Kent, Victoria; Hoos, Lauren; Krueger, Owen; Abbott, Seth; Pendleton, Joseph (Journal of Advanced Student Sciences (JASS), 2014)
      The purpose of this research is to identify any significant difference between two forms of alternative medicine (aromatherapy and music therapy) and the body’s ability to relax unaided, in an attempt to discern if one ...
    • Effect of Cold Pressor Test on Reaction Time 

      Laton, Matthew; Backlund, Hans; Toy, Elliot; Matango, Majaliwa; Sippl, Kayla; Tao, Yunting (Journal of Advanced Student Sciences (JASS), 2014)
      The purpose of this study was to examine variation in reaction time when a Cold Pressor Test (CPT) was administered. The three minute CPT was conducted in attempt to increase a person’s sympathetic response. Heart rate ...
    • The Effects of Exercise Induced Increases in Heart Rate and Decreases in Blood Oxygen Saturation on Reaction-Time in Young Adults 

      Abicht, Carter; Blake, Mariah; Harmann, Connor; Melnick, Bradley; Potter, Melissa (Journal of Advanced Student Sciences (JASS), 2014)
      Exercise has been proven to be beneficial to not only physical health, but also cognitive function. Few studies have looked at the effects of increased heart rate on cognitive function in young adults. In this experiment, ...
    • Physiological Fear Response Amplitude in Visual Stimuli vs Audio-Visual Stimuli: A Comparative Gender Study 

      Wheeler, Steven; Schertz, Kayla; Terry, Stephan; Stahl, Genevieve; Prado, Frank; Prange, Liesl (Journal of Advanced Student Sciences (JASS), 2014)
      The comparison between unimodal stimuli (visual stimuli only) and bimodal stimuli (simultaneous audio-visual stimuli) is an under-studied but interesting subject in physiology. This study aims to explore gender differences ...