President, Editor, and Writer
Class of 2023
Vineeta is a junior majoring in Psychology with a minor in Creative Writing. Vineeta is an extrovert who loves meeting new people and taking an active role on campus. She is a Resident Assistant, Forever Fellow in the University Scholars program, and Vice President of the Psi Chi Psychology Honors Society. In her free time, Vineeta enjoys listening to music, singing, learning about self care, spending time with friends, and writing.
Timelapses and Traditions: What Did We Lose During the Pandemic?
by Vineeta Abraham, January 21, 2023 “10…9…8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3…2…1!” The last bell of senior year goes off, followed by a chorus of cheers and whoops from the class of 2019. It’s a mess of tears, laughter, and breathless cries of “we did it!” as the familiar tune of the Sweet Caroline anthem…
Interview With a Female Fibroids Patient: How One Woman’s Story Speaks Volumes About the US Healthcare System
by Vineeta Abraham, May 6, 2022 Disclaimer: This paper was written for Dr. Marci Lobel’s Psychology of Women’s Health class in Spring 2022. This paper is intended to analyze the real experiences of a woman suffering from health issues. It should be noted that the use of the word “female” in this paper refers to…
Parenting and Teaching Styles and Their Interrelated Effect on Students’ Academic Success
by Vineeta Abraham, December 21, 2021 The following is a paper written for Stony Brook University’s Research and Writing in Psychology course (PSY 310) in which students were required to design an experiment and write a research paper based on it. It should be noted that all results and accompanying graphs, tables, and discussions, are…