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!”
Congratulations to Dimitri on receiving the Psi Chi Undergraduate Research Grant (Spring 2020) to fund his honors thesis project! He applied to travel to the Language and Memory Aging (LaMA) Lab under Dr. Brennan Payne at the University of Utah to collect EEG data alongside the behavioral data from the EMaC Lab. His project investigatesContinue reading “Dimitri Brunelle Awarded Psi Chi Undergraduate Research Grant!”
A lifelong artist, Anna Marie Fennell knows the transformative power art can have in someone’s life. That’s why the USF psychology major plans to work as a mental health counselor, using expressive arts therapy to help those in need. And while she’s been focused on research and her academic success, Anna Marie has maintained herContinue reading “Here’s a video of our “boundless bull”, Anna Marie!”
Congratulations to Alex on receiving the Psi Chi Undergraduate Research Grant (Fall 2019 round) to fund his honors thesis project! His project investigates how visual clarity and sentence constraint influence readers’ reliance on top-down and bottom-up processing. He is using a combination of RSVP and an eccentricity manipulation of a target word, and asking participantsContinue reading “Alex Sciuto Awarded Psi Chi Undergraduate Research Grant”
Sara presented a poster on her project investigating individual differences in decision making and allocation of attention at the 60th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society in Montreal, Canada.
Thanks to our visiting graduate student, Martín, we have officially set up our co-registration station and are off and running collecting fixation-related potentials!
Congratulations to Anna Marie for winning the Best Poster Award at the USF Psychology Department’s Annual Research Exposition in 2019. Her poster was on her honors thesis, and was titled “Musicians experience less working memory interference than non-musicians by utilizing syntactic structure”. Alex also presented a poster on his honors thesis studying top-down versus bottom-upContinue reading “2019 PsychExpo”