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Thursday, March 5 • 3:30pm - 4:50pm
Oral Presentation Session- Social & Behavioral Sciences I│ Activities Room South

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Oral Presentations will take place in six concurrent sessions throughout the Shalala Student Center third floor.

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avatar for Carolien Kraan

Carolien Kraan

Oral Presentation, Lessons for Managed Retreat from FEMA Property Buyouts and Post-buyout Relocations
As the climate continues to change, retreat as an adaptation option will become increasingly important and inevitable in some locations. To date, one of the longest-running and largest examples of managed retreat globally has been buyouts of flood-prone properties funded by the U.S... Read More →
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Alejandra Fernandez

Oral Presentation, Preliminary Evidence for a Family Functioning Screening Tool
Substance use and sexual risk behaviors are associated with the leading causes of death for adolescents between the ages of 10 and 24 in the United States, and disproportionately affect Hispanic adolescents when compared to their non-Hispanic White and Black adolescent counterparts... Read More →
avatar for Guangyu Zeng

Guangyu Zeng

Oral Presentation, How Do Infants React to Strangers? Gaze Aversion, Pupil Dilation, and Temperamental Fear in Early Infancy
Avoiding eye contact and looking away periodically during social interactions may help infants regulate their emotions (e.g., feeling stressed, overwhelmed, over-stimulated). Infants interact with many new people in the first months after birth, reflecting important social learning... Read More →
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Sameena Sheikh

Oral Presentation, A Systematic Review on Interventions for Managing a Symptom Cluster (Pain, Fatigue, and Sleep Disturbances) During Cancer Survivorship
More than 40% of cancer survivors experience the bothersome symptom cluster of pain, fatigue, and sleep disturbances. Effective self-management interventions are needed to assist in alleviating distress from the symptom cluster and improve quality of life. The purpose of this systematic... Read More →


Thursday March 5, 2020 3:30pm - 4:50pm EST
Activities Room South