2016 Meeting Highlights

Thank you for attending the 56th SPR Annual Meeting!

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2016 SPR AWard WInners

2016 Award for Distinguished Contributions to Psychophysiology 

Dr. Brigitte S. Rockstroh was presented the Distinguished Contributions to Psychophysiology by Dr. Gregory Miller at the 2016 Saturday Business Meeting.

2016 Awards for Distinguished Early Career Contributions to Psychophysiology 

Dr. Sharna Jamadar was presented the Distinguished Early Career Contributions to Psychophysiology by Dr. Bob Levenson at the 2016 Saturday Business Meeting.
Dr. Jan R. Wessel was presented the Distinguished Early Career Contributions to Psychophysiology by Dr. Bob Levenson at the 2016 Saturday Business Meeting.

2016 Education and Training Committee Research Fellowship Training Grant Recipients 

Photo Left to Right: Alexander Puhalla- Temple University; Keisha Novak- Purdue University; Ann Haynos- University of Minnesota Medical Center;  Ezra Smith- University of Arizona. Not pictured: Sebastian Schindler- University of Bielefeld

2016 Poster Award Winners

Poster Winner Institution  Poster Title
Christopher Brush  Rutgers University Effects of an 8-Week Moderate-Intensity Aerobic Exercise Intervention on Conflict Monitoring Processes in Major Depressive Disorder.
Ryan Hubbard University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign An Electrophysiological Investigation of the Effects of Expectedness, Sentential Constraint, and Plausibility on Memory for Words.
Julia Klawohn Humboldt University, Berlin Trait-Influences on Neural Correlates of Performance Monitoring in a Dimensional Sample of Healthy Individuals and Patients with OCD.
Matthew Moore University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign

Spatio-Temporal Dynamics of the Response to Emotional Distraction: A Multimodal Brain Imaging Investigation 

David Parker University of Georgia Reduced Beta-band Auditory Steady-state Response in Bipolar Disorder with or Without Psychosis: Findings from the Bipolar & Schizophrenia Network on Intermediate Phenotypes
Emilio Valadez University of Delaware Principal Components Analysis of Mock Gambling Task ERPs Revealed Negativity Specific to Nonrewards
Noah Venables Florida State University Etiological Overlap Between Suicidal Behaviors and Psychoneurometric Measures of Disinhibition and Threat Sensitivity
Ashley Wright University of Minnesota High Trait Fear is Associated with Over-generalization and Impaired Inhibition of Classically Conditioned Fear.
James Yancey Florida State University Turning Up the Heat on Cold Cognition: Task Switching Under Threat