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Henry Eaton awarded an honourable mention in the Spring 2019 Undergraduate Statistics Research Project competition

3 September 2019

Henry Eaton, who has recently graduated from the BSc (Psychology), was awarded an honourable mention in the Spring 2019 Undergraduate Statistics Research Project (USRESP) competition.

Henry Eaton (pictured second from the left), who has recently graduated from the BSc (Psychology), was awarded an honourable mention in the Spring 2019 Undergraduate Statistics Research Project (USRESP) competition. The competition is for undergraduate students who “conduct research projects coming from activities like summer research projects, senior capstone course research projects, independent research projects (e.g., independent studies), Honor's college research projects, or extensions of class research projects. 

The competition attracts entries from all over the world and, to quote the competition organisers, “in the face of very strong competition, [Henry’s] project rose to the top!”

Further information

You can read Henry’s submission (titled Are You Taking the P? Correcting Psychology Students’ Misconceptions About Probability Valueson the CAUSE website, along with the submissions of the other prize winners.

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