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My research interests include factors that influence health behaviors across the lifespan,
especially in older adulthood, and factors that influence death anxiety. I am interested
in the social and cognitive factors that influence health behaviors in a variety of
domains, including heart disease, arthritis and diabetes. My research interests also
include the factors that lead to health disparities in minority groups. Contact me
if you'd like to be involved in my research lab!
Baerson, J. Arvay, K., Jansen, K. & Schuller, K.L. An Examination of the Relationship Between
Self-Rated Health and Projected Age of Death in College Students (2019). FGCU Research
Day, April 2019.
Acosta, J., Sivilich, H., Haas, M. & Schuller, K.L. The Dual Processing Model of Cognition
and Perceived Meaning of Life on the Framing Effect (2019). FGCU Research Day, April 2019.
Carness, T. Acosta, J., Cruz-Valentin, D. Hall, S., Jansen, K. Sylvia, A & Schuller,
K.L. (2019). The Framing Effect and Mortality Salience on Decision Making. Southeastern Psychological
Association Conference, March 2019.
McDaniel, J. Hart, A., Gutierrez, R. & Schuller, K.L. The Framing Effect and Mortality Salience
on Decision Making. (2018). FGCU Research Day, April 2018.
Jones, D. & Schuller, K.L. (2016). Death Anxiety Among College Students. Eastern Psychological
Association Conference, March 2016, New York, NY