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.
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!”
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: https://osf.io/ujtkw/Makayla Hodges & Jillian Hansen: https://osf.io/gkz9m/Dimitri Brunelle: https://osf.io/wtpcq/ 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!”
This year’s Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing Conference was held virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic. That means that Sara’s presentation slideshow is available in perpetuity for your viewing pleasure at this link: https://osf.io/hn2kj/. Her project investigates how the quality of visual input influences the use of context and impacts subsequent processing. She finds thatContinue reading “Sara Milligan’s talk at AMLaP 2020!”
Congratulations to Anna Marie on receiving a Phi Kappa Phi Fellowship to fund her Master’s in Mental Health Counseling degree at Columbia in the fall! Established in 1932, the Fellowship Program annually provides funding to first-year graduate students who are pursuing post-baccalaureate degrees across all academic disciplines.
The LINK Award, sponsored by Brown University, provides $4,000 in funding for summer research opportunities that allow students to develop knowledge specific to a career and valuable work skills. With this funding, Karina will be working as an undergraduate RA in the lab (currently remotely), continuing research and data analysis on our decision-making project. TheContinue reading “Karina selected for a LINK award for Summer 2020!”
Growing out of our collaboration with Martín Antúnez Garcia and Harcio Barber last Fall, the University of South Florida has awarded us funds to purchase a permanent co-registration setup! We will be acquiring an EyeLink 1000Plus eye tracker and an ActiChamp/ActiCap EEG system. Get ready for more awesome eye tracking, ERP, and co-registration research comingContinue reading “EMaC Lab gets a Strategic Investment Pool Award to purchase a co-registration setup!”
This year’s CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing was held virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic. That means that Alex’s video walk-through of his poster (and the poster and the transcript) is available in perpetuity for your viewing pleasure at this link https://osf.io/u9ypv/. His project, which is also his honors thesis, investigates the factors that determine whetherContinue reading “Check out Alex Sciuto's virtual walk-through of his poster at CUNY 2020!”
This year’s CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing was held virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic. That means that Sara’s video walk-through of her poster (and the poster and the transcript) is available in perpetuity for your viewing pleasure at this link https://osf.io/umzvx/. Her project, which is also her masters thesis, explores the factors that influence howContinue reading “Check out Sara Milligan's virtual walk-through of her poster at CUNY 2020!”
More good news for Dimitri’s honors thesis project and our lab’s collaboration with the Language and Memory Aging (LaMA) Lab under Dr. Brennan Payne at the University of Utah! The Humanities Institute at USF has awarded us a summer grant to help support the project, which investigates prediction violations in music and language, and whetherContinue reading “EMaC Lab gets a Humanities Summer Institute Research Grant!”