Psychology Department Undergraduate Research Open House

Tuesday, October 11, 2016
1:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
166 Young Hall

 

Come meet Psychology professors, graduate students, and undergraduates already doing research in Psychology labs.  Hear about the benefits of doing undergraduate research in Psychology, some of the research going on in labs, and ask questions about research!

 SCHEDULE:

1:30

Contributing to psychology research as an undergraduate

Dr. Karen Bales

2:00

Working Memory Capacity: Linking vision and neuroscience to intelligence and schizophrenia

Dr. Steve Luck

2:15

Time Travel with Your Mind

Andre Wang

2:30

Linking genetically-related strangers through open-identity sperm donation

Dr. Joanna Scheib

2:45

Does mental representation for time have a spatial component?

Dr. Eve Isham

3:00

Can thinking positively backfire?

Karen Hjorstvang

3:15

Watch a virtual experiment with voles

Trent Simmons & Forrest Rogers

3:30

Investigating the neurobiology of social bonding in monogamous titi monkeys

Lynea Witczak

3:45

Investigating how babies learn language

Dr. Katie Graf Estes

4:00

Contributing to psychology research as an undergraduate
Dr. Karen Bales

4:15

Meet with faculty and student researchers and learn about their work.