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School of Art "ART SALE"

Contributed by: Andy Beane
Published: Thursday, 06 December 2018 7:00 AM
The School of Art will be hosting an Art "Sale" on December 18 & 19, from 10:00 am-2:00 pm in the Atrium Gallery in the Arts & Journalism Building.

This will be an opportunity for the BSU community to view the works available and gain pricing and contact information.

We will not be taking money or allowing works to be taken from the gallery on these days. Information will be on the tables beside each displayed artwork for interested persons to contact the artist directly to work out the details of the purchase, matting, framing, etc.

Questions please contact the Art Office at 765-285-5838
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Contributed by: Eva Patton
Published: Wednesday, 14 November 2018 9:00 AM
Friends in Muncie, Yorktown, Delaware County...if you see a lost Siberian husky - his name is Tank - please call Dionne Roeder at 317-501-7114. Tank got out of their backyard (near Jackson and Morrison/Nebo) November 12 and has not returned. No collar, but he is chipped. Please share! Thank you!
Link to FB page with Tank's photo (see post on page; dog cover photo isn’t Tank)
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Earn $20 for research participation

Contributed by: Kristin Perrone-McGovern
Published: Tuesday, 13 November 2018 5:30 PM

You are invited to participate in a study that examines the relationship between several personality characteristics and behavioral variables, including eating behaviors. In order to participate, you must be an adult over the age of 18 and self-identify as female. If you choose to participate, you will be asked to complete an online survey that will ask about personality and behavioral characteristics. The survey will take about 30 minutes to complete. Participants in the online survey may also be eligible for participation in a follow up study examining the neural processes associated with certain relational personality characteristics and eating behaviors. In this portion of the study, you will complete and questionnaire and participate in an image discrimination task via computer. EEG procedures will be used to examine brain activity. EEG works by recording the electrical activity of a person’s brain. The EEG process involves a cap with electrodes being placed on your head after which you will perform the computerized task while brain activity is recorded. Gel will be placed in holes in the cap and will get into your hair. The gel is non-toxic and washes out easily with a shower. You must be willing to have gel placed in your hair for the EEG section of the study. Participants will first complete a survey. Then, participants who participate in the EEG portion of the study will be eligible for $10 per hour of participation (2 hours total= $20). Directions regarding follow up participation are provided after completion of the survey.

To participate, click the following hyperlink:

Ashley Schoener, MA Doctoral Student
Kristin Perrone-McGovern, PhD
Faculty Advisor
Counseling Psychology, Social Psychology, and Counseling
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47306
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