Goodbye and good luck to Connie Choi who, after working as a research assistant in our lab since September 2014, is starting a new position as an Information Associate at Summit Public Schools. Thank you to Connie for all her hard work running participants, helping with coordinating the cognitive science graduate program, and keeping the lab running smoothly.
Thank you to Prof. Klinton Bicknell, Prof. Matt Goldrick and Tommy Denby for hosting Gina's visit to the Linguistics Department at Northwestern University, where she gave an invited talk at the department's Colloquium series, titled "What the brain tells us about language comprehension: A hierarchical generative framework."
Congratulations to Gina Kuperberg and Meredith Brown. Their pilot proposal, “Interpreting verbal commands in visual and emotional context: A multimodal investigation”, has been selected for funding by the Center for Applied Brain & Cognitive Sciences (CABCS), a research initiative sponsored by Tufts University and US Army NSRDEC.
Thank you to Prof. Scott Fraundorf and Joe Stafura for hosting Gina's visit to the Psychology Department at the University of Pittsburgh, where she gave an invited talk at the Department's Colloquium series entitled, What the brain tells us about language comprehension: A hierarchical generative framework.
Kirsten Weber, Ellen Lau, Benjamin Stillerman, and Gina Kuperberg have had their paper, "The Yin and the Yang of Prediction: an fMRI study of semantic predictive processing", accepted for publication in PLOS ONE. [pdf]
Nate Delaney-Busch, Gianna Wilkie, and Gina Kuperberg have had their paper, "Vivid: How valence and arousal influence word processing under different task demands", accepted for publication in Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience. [pdf]