Current Undergraduate Students
Delaney obtained her undergraduate degree from the University of Minnesota Duluth in the Spring of 2019. Delaney was advised by Dr. Thompson when conducting her honors thesis entitled “Self-Identified Heterosexual’s Judgments of Same-Sex Facial Attraction and its Role as a Mate Retention Detection Strategy.” She is also collaborating on projects assessing character judgments of individuals initiating multi-person sexual activity and the nature of online infidelity via smartphone applications.
Kassie obtained her undergraduate degree from the University of Minnesota Duluth. Although still searching for a research area that fascinates her, she’s found that she enjoys research involving sex and gender, pain, and social influence. In Dr. Thompson’s lab she assisted with projects assessing implicit attitudes toward consensually nonmonogamous relationship structures.
Abbie Hennig graduated from the University of Minnesota, Duluth. Her areas of interest include applied behavior analysis and attitudes toward non-typical sexual behaviors.
Previous Undergraduate Students
After graduating from the University of Minnesota Duluth in the Spring of 2018, Katie was accepted as a graduate student in the department of Kinesiology and Health Promotion at the University of Kentucky. Her primary research interests lie in examining sexual and romantic relationships, judgments and attitudes towards these relationships, sex education, and the role of gender within these topics.