Richard Rogers has been nominated for a Research Excellence Award for his poster “The Impact of Unexpected Stimuli in Cloze Tasks on Cloze Probability and Latent Semantic Analysis (LSA)” presentation at the USF OUR Colloquium this past week. Congratulations!
On April 19th, 2018 Caitlin, Danielle, & Richard each presented research at the USF Undergraduate Research Conference; an event annually hosted by the Office of Undergraduate Research. They gave great poster presentations!
Observed Effects of Clustering Coefficient and Neighborhood Size During Word Recognition by Caitlin Nethercoat:
How Individual Differences in Language Ability Influence Reading Efficiency by Danielle Ferrusi:
The Impact of Unexpected Stimuli in Cloze Tasks on Cloze Probability and Latent Semantic Analysis (LSA) by Richard Rogers: