CAN Lab was out of the lab again on Saturday presenting their work at the LUROP Undergraduate Research Symposium. Kelly Brandstatt, John Molony, and Leonidas Skiadopoulos presented their work collaborative work with Sean McCarty and Stephanie Hare on insight in problem solving. Nirav Patel presented his Provost Fellowship project with graduate student Dan Wendell on the neural correlates of political ideology. Miraj Chokshi presented his Provost Fellowship project designed to look for the neural correlates of similarity processing. Brian Sweis presented his Carbon Fellowship work on stress and memory in the spoken paper session, and then his honors thesis project on inhibitory processing in analogical reasoning during the poster session. Matt Kmiecik presented his Provost Fellowship work using EEG to study verbal analogy. Lab members Brian Sweis and Margaret Rusch both won best poster awards, while lab co-director Bob Morrison won the Langerbeck Award for Undergraduate Research Mentoring.
LUROP Presentations & Awards
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