We had a big showing from the NeuroLearn Lab at the recent 56th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society in Chicago with 4 posters: Eghbalzad, Deocampo, & Conway. (2015). Statistical learning ability ameliorates the negative impact of low socioeconomic status on language development. Poster presented at the 56th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Chicago, […]
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Undergraduate research assistant, Ashley Lauterbach, won the Diversity Research Award at the Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference at GSU today, and Gerardo Valdez won the Neuroscience Award. Gerardo Valdez and Jessica Walker also made it to the second round in the best poster award competition. Great job; your hard work really paid off!
The NeuroLearn Lab had an awesome showing at the Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference (PURC) at Georgia State today. We had five posters excellently presented by undergraduate research assistants Ashley Lauterbach, Peyton Raley, Grace Signiski, Gerardo Valdez, and Jessica Walker. Way to go! Check out the photos under PURC 2015 in our Photos section.
Good luck to NeuroLearn Lab undergraduate research assistant, Jessica Walker, who will be presenting a research poster at the Honors College Counselor Breakfast Research Tour tomorrow. She is one of 5 students representing and promoting Georgia State University to high school counselors. Her poster is: Walker, J., Creighton, A., Deocampo, J. A., & Conway, C. […]
Long-time NeuroLearn Lab research assistant, Anna Creighton, has recently begun a new full‐time position as a neuropsychometrist for Premier Health Specialists in Dayton, OH, her home state. She will be using some of the skills she learned with us in her new position. Way to go, Anna! We’re sorry to see you go but proud […]
This month is a busy one as we say goodbye and good luck to several veteran NeuroLearn Lab members, Anna Creighton, Jerome Daltrozzo, and Julie Trapani; and hello and welcome to two new ones, Tamika Crane and Kelly Pena! Lots of changes, but off to a great start this school year!
Congrats to NeuroLearn Lab members Sonia Singh, Jerome Daltrozzo, and Chris Conway on their new publication: Singh, S., Daltrozzo, J., & Conway, C.M. (2015). Attention and pattern consciousness reorganize the cortical topography of event-related potential correlates of visual sequential learning. In D.C. Noelle, R. Dale, A.S. Warlaumont, J. Yoshimi, T. Matlock, C.D. Jennings, & P.P. […]
NeuroLearn Lab undergraduate research assistant and Brains and Behavior Summer Fellow, Ashley Lauterbach, concluded her summer fellowship by presenting a poster: Lauterbach, A.M., Deocampo, J. A., & Conway, C.M. (July 2015). Neuropsychological correlates of sequential learning may differ for children with a cochlear implant. Poster. Brains & Behavior Scholar Poster Session, Georgia State University, Atlanta. […]
NeuroLearn Lab graduate student, Sonia Singh, presented a poster a the 37th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society in Pasadena, California this week: Singh, S., Daltrozzo, J., & Conway, C.M. (July 2015). Attention and pattern consciousness reorganize the cortical topography of event-related potential correlates of visual sequential learning. Poster. The 37th Annual Conference of […]
NeuroLearn Lab director, Chris Conway’s former PhD student at St. Louis University, Anne Walk, has obtained a postdoc position at the University of Illinois in the Neurocognitive Kinesiology Laboratory directed by Dr. Charles Hillman: http://kch.illinois.edu/Research/Labs/neurocognitive-kinesiology/default.htm Nice work, Anne!