Adrianna Cygler's dual majors in sociology and psychology are reflected in her senior research focus on "The Relationship Between Impression Management Tactics and Self-Esteem Levels." The research explored the reciprocal relationship between behavior and feelings about oneself among Stetson students.
Her linear regression analysis revealed relationships between supplication (speaking negatively about oneself) and self-esteem, and between self-promotion (speaking highly about oneself) and self-esteem. That research will inform her graduate work as she pursues a master’s degree in clinical psychology.
Cygler served as a summer intern at the Yale Child Study Center, where she presented her research. As a student, she was on either the Dean’s List or the Honor Roll. Also, she is a member of Alpha Kappa Delta, the sociology honor society; Psi Chi, the psychology honor society; and Omicron Delta Kappa, the leadership honor society.