Graduate Students and Post-Doctoral Fellows present their research
Ebbinghaus Empire Series 2016-2017
Aedan (Yue) Li (Barense Lab): The impact of mnemonic interference on memory for visual form
Hause Lin (Inzlicht Lab): Do midfrontal theta oscillations and pupil responses track subjective conflict during value-guided choice?
Sarah Mossad (Taylor/Smith Labs): Neural correlates of Theory of Mind in very preterm born children
Julie Sato (Taylor Lab): Exploring functional connectivity networks underlying working memory processes in children born very preterm using MEG
Julia Young (Taylor/Smith Labs): Altered white matter development in children born very preterm
Veronica Yuk (Taylor Lab): Verbal and non-verbal communication in siblings of children with autism
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