Poster Sessions at the 63rd Annual Psychonomics Meeting

This year’s Psychonomics meeting was held at Boston, Massachusetts. EMaC Lab members presented the results from their most recent projects. On Thursday, Sara presented her poster titled: ” Parafoveal processing provides a head start on word recognition and reduces foveal N400 effects” On Friday, Brian presented his poster titled: “Investigating the relationship between language skillContinue reading “Poster Sessions at the 63rd Annual Psychonomics Meeting”

Neslihan Caliskan Awarded Psi Chi Summer Undergraduate Research Grant!

Congratulations to Nesli for being awarded the Psi Chi research grant for her individual honors thesis project! She will receive $1,500 for her project to collect ERP data over the summer and upcoming fall semester. Her project will focus on the functional role of the N400 event-related potential component during word recognition and sentence comprehension.

Congratulations to Dimitri and Nesli for BOTH receiving the PAR scholarships for Excellence in Psychology!!

This year, the psychology department offered two awards for a graduating senior (Dimitri) and Junior-come-Senior (Nesli). Each of them received $ 5,000 in tuition reduction and were selected as the winners among two pools of highly competitive applicants. Keep up the great work!!

Victoria Estevez and Sam Shinde Awarded Psi Chi Undergraduate Research Grant!

Congratulations to Victoria and Sam for being awarded Psi Chi research grants for their individual honors thesis projects! They will receive $1,500 per project to collect data over the upcoming summer and fall semesters. Their projects will focus on the role of language-related ERPs during word recognition and semantic integration.

Check out our alumna Anna Marie’s honors thesis published in Psychonomic Bulletin & Review!

Congratulations to our alumna, Anna Marie, on publishing her honors thesis with the USF Psychology Honors Program in Psychonomic Bulletin & Review! Her project looks at how music interferes with working memory for language and how musical training may be correlated with greater verbal working memory!  Special thanks to our collaborators Dr. Jennifer Bugos @ The SchoolContinue reading “Check out our alumna Anna Marie’s honors thesis published in Psychonomic Bulletin & Review!”

Poster presentations at FPM 2020!

This year’s Florida Psycholinguistics Meeting was held virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic. That means that the poster presentations are available in perpetuity for your viewing pleasure at these links: Neslihan Caliskan: Hodges & Jillian Hansen: Brunelle: Neslihan’s project investigates the role of different sources of information (e.g. sentence context, orthography, lexical status)Continue reading “Poster presentations at FPM 2020!”