The EMaC Lab attended and presented at the 5th Annual Florida Psycholinguistics Meeting at the University of Miami. Psycholinguists and scholars from related fields around the state came together to share research and gain new perspectives on various topics and research techniques. Many of our undergraduates and our graduate students, Sara and Martin, presented fabulous posters at the conference.
Some logistical difficulties with our AirBnB led to us spending some lab bonding time at a local 24-hour laundromat… see below
Cassie presented about the word superiority effect (WSE).
Dimitri presented on oral and silent reading.
Alex presented on his honors thesis investigated top-down versus bottom-up processing while reading.
Our visiting graduate student, Martin, presented ERP data on individual difference in the perceptual and visual attention span during reading.