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Student Poster Award Winners

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

2015 Student Poster Award Winners

  • Daniel Bradford – Curtin Lab – ALCOHOL DAMPENS STRESS REACTIVITY BUT NOT PERCEPTION TO VISUALLY UNCERTAIN STRESSORS IN A STIMULUS GENERALIZATION PARADIGM
  • Tania Kong – Fabiani Gratton Lab – BRIDGING THE BRAIN: A CROSS-VS.-WITHIN HEMISPHERE COMPARISON OF AGE-RELATED CHANGES IN RESTING STATE FUNCTIONAL CONNECTIVITY
  • Michelle Leckey – AGE-RELATED SHIFTS IN HEMISPHERIC DOMINANCE FOR SYNTACTIC PROCESSING
  • Mei-Heng Lin – CSU Brainwaves Research Lab – DEVELOPMENTAL TREND OF ERROR-RELATED NEGATIVITY (ERN) IN 7-TO 25-YEAR-OLDS AFTER ADJUSTING FOR TRIAL-TO-TRIAL VARIABILITY
  • Katja Lindner – A.O. Hamm Lab – LAB VS. MRI: TESTING THE STARTLE PROBE METHODOLOGY IN DIFFERENT EXPERIMENTAL SETTINGS
  • Saren Seeley – READ Lab, Dr. Douglas Mennin – THE ROLE OF TRAIT WORRY IN TEMPORAL DYNAMICS OF THE EVOKED CARDIAC RESPONSE TO AFFECTIVE IMAGES
  • Heather Soder – Cognitive Electrophysiology and Clinical Neuroscience Lab – THE EFFECT OF DOPAMINE GENETICS ON NEURAL REWARD SENSITIVITY AND RISKY CHOICE
  • Nina Thigpen – CSEA – EXPERIENCE-RELATED CHANGES IN RETINOTOPIC VISUAL CORTEX ARE ORIENTATION-SPECIFIC, LOCATION-SPECIFIC, AND EYE-SPECIFIC
  • Andrei Vakhtin – ABERRANT DEVELOPMENT OF POST-MOVEMENT BETA REBOUND IN YOUNG ADULTS WITH FETAL ALCOHOL SPECTRUM DISORDERS
  • Laura Zambrano-Vazquez – Allen Psychophysiology Laboratory AZ – THE INTERACTION BETWEEN TRAIT AND STATE WORRY ON THE ERN DURING A WORRY INDUCTION TASK
  • Benjamin Zimmerman – Fabiani Gratton Lab – THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MEAN BLOOD FLOW AND VASCULAR REACTIVITY AND THEIR RELATIONSHIPS WITH AGE, FITNESS, AND COGNITION IN OLDER ADULTS

 

2014 Student Poster Award Winners

  • Aisha Howard – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign – PSYCHOPATHY AND ERP RESPONSES IN THE CONTEXT OF EMOTIONAL PROCESSING AND VISUAL COMPLEXITY
  • Felicia Jackson – Stony Brook University – SINGLE-SESSION ATTENTION BIAS MODIFICATION REDUCES THE ERN
  • Ellen Kessel – Stony Brook University – LONGITUDINAL ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN LABORATORY OBSERVATIONS OF TEMPERAMENT AND THE LATE POSITIVE POTENTIAL IN MIDDLE-LATE CHILDHOOD
  • Thomas Kraynak – University of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine – CHILDHOOD TRAUMA IS ASSOCIATED WITH EXAGGERATED NEURAL REACTIVITY TO CRITICISM
  • Yanli Lin – Michigan State University – ON THE “RIGHT SIDE” OF MISTAKES: EVIDENCE FOR A LATERALIZED RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ANXIETY AND THE ERROR-RELATED NEGATIVITY
  • Tiffany McNulty – The Ohio State University – BASELINE PEP, BASELINE RSA, AND RSA REACTIVITY TO INCENTIVES PROSPECTIVELY PREDICT LONGITUDINAL CHANGES IN INTERNALIZING AND EXTERNALIZING SYMPTOMS AMONG CHILDREN WITH CONDUCT DISORDER AND/OR DEPRESSION
  • Christian Panitz – Justus-Liebig University Gieflen – SINGLE-TRIAL P3 PREDICTS MAGNITUDE OF CARDIAC FEAR RESPONSE
  • Amri Sabharwal – Stony Brook University – ARE EMOTION PROCESSING DEFICITS SPECIFIC TO SCHIZOPHRENIA? AN FMRI STUDY
  • David Schaeffer – University of Georgia – DIFFUSION TENSOR IMAGING REVEALS DIFFERENCES BETWEEN PEOPLE WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA AND HEALTHY INDIVIDUALS WITH LOW LEVELS OF COGNITIVE CONTROL
  • Sebastian Schindler – Center of Excellence Cognitive Interaction Technology, University of Bielefeld – PEOPLE MATTER: PERCEIVED SENDER IDENTITY AMPLIFIES VISUAL PROCESSING OF SOCIO-EMOTIONAL LANGUAGE FEEDBACK.
  • Emilio Valadez – University of Delaware – FEEDBACK-RELATED NEGATIVITY IN RESPONSE TO EXPLOITATION DURING A REPEATED INVESTMENT GAME

 

2013 STUDENT POSTER AWARD WINNERS

  • Rosa Gruetzmann – Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin – PARALLEL EEG-FMRI YIELDS EVIDENCE FOR INCREASED COUPLING OF ERN AND SUPPLEMENTARY MOTOR AREA ACTIVITY IN OCD PATIENTS
  • Nick Hobson – University of Toronto – EMOTIONAL REAPPRAISAL STRATEGIES: THE AROUSAL PROPERTIES F THE ERROR-RELATED NEGATIVITY
  • Julia Klawohn – Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin – ALTERED TEMPORO-SPATIAL PCA SUBCOMPONENTS OF ERN AND CRN IN OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER
  • Isabelle Klinkenberg – Institute of Biomagnetism and Biosignalanalysis – DOES HUMAN SWEAT CONTAIN DIFEREBTIABLE CHEMOSINALS? NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF OLFACTORY CONDITIONING
  • Regina Lapate – University of Wisconsin-Madison – AMYGDALAR FUNCTION AND CONNECTIVITY UNDERLIE AFFECTIVE MISATTRIBUTION AFTER NON-CONSCIOUS EMOTIONAL PROCESSING
  • Jayne Morris – University of Reading – STILL FEELING IT: THE TIME COURSE OF EMOTIONAL RECOVERY FROM AN ATTENTIONAL PERSPECTIVE
  • Anja Riesel – Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin – CONFLICT MONITORING AND CONFLICT ADAPTION AS REFLECTED BY N2 AMPLITUDE IN OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER
  • David Schubring – University of Konstanz – MEASURES OF SENSORY GATING DEFICITS IN FIRST EPISODE AND CHRONIC SCHIZOPHRENIA
  • Ezra Smith – University of Arizona – WHERE IT’S AT: ESTIMATING SOURCES OF RESTING-STATE FRONTAL EEG ALPHA ASYMMETRY
  • Julian Wiemer – University of Würzburg – SUBSEQUENT MEMORY EFFECTS OF EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS DURING ENCODING OF AVERSIVE STIMULI UNDER NEUTRAL AND NEGATIVE AFFECT
  • Benjamin Zimmerman – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign – CERBRAL BLOOD FLOW IN THE AGING BRAIN IS MEDIATED BY CARDIOREPIRATORY FITNESS AND IS ASSOCIATED WITH COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE

2012 STUDENT POSTER AWARD WINNERS

  • Katie Burkhouse – Binghamton University, SUNY – PUPILLARY REACTIVITY TO EMOTIONAL STIMULI IN CHILDREN: THE ROLE OF MATERNAL DEPRESSION AND AGGREGATE GENETIC INFLUENCE
  • Eric Drollette – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign – ACUTE EXERCISE MODULATES P3 AMPLITUDE FOR CHILDREN WHO NEED IT MOST: AN ERP STUDY OF INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES USING THE FLANKER TASK
  • Laura Drislane – Florida State University – TRAIT FEAR AND EXTERNALIZING UNIQUELY PREDICT PROBE P3 AMPLITUDE AND AFFECT-MODULATION IN COMMUNITY PARTICIPANTS
  • Rosa Gruetzmann – Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin – PERFORMANCE MONITORING IN OCD: DISSOCIATION OF ERN AND ACC ACTIVATION IN A COMBINED EEG/FMRI STUDY
  • Antonia Kaczkurkin – University of Minnesota – FEAR-POTENTIATED STARTLE ASSOCIATED WITH BEHAVIORAL AVOIDANCE IN A FEAR CONDITIONING PARADIGM
  • Jonathan Klaphake – University of Minnesota – ERN AMPLITUDE ASSOCIATIONS WITH LIFETIME SUBSTANCE USE AND ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR
  • Erin Maresh – University of Virginia – SOCIAL ANXIETY PREDICTS DECREASED NEURAL SELF-OTHER OVERLAP DURING THREAT TO UNFAMILIAR OTHERS
  • Eric Porges – University of Illinois at Chicago – RESTING VAGAL REGULATION PREDICTS TESTOSTERONE RESPONSES TO OBSERVED VIOLENCE
  • Mauricio Rangel-Gomez – VU University Amsterdam – THE DETECTION OF NOVELTY RELIES ON DOPAMINERGIC SIGNALING: EVIDENCE FROM APOMORPHINE’S IMPACT ON THE NOVELTY N2
  • Stefon van Noordt – Brock University – IT’S TIME FOR A CHANGE: EXAMINING ANTERIOR CINGULATE CORTEX ACTIVATION TO CUES SIGNALING SWITCHES IN RESPONSE CONTEXT
  • Anna Weinberg – Stony Brook University – HERITABILITY OF NEURAL INDICES OF EMOTION PROCESSING: EVIDENCE FROM EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS

2011 STUDENT POSTER AWARD WINNERS

  • Kathryn Hefner University of Wisconsin
    Alcohol Effects on Affective Response During Variable and Fixed Duration Threat

2010 STUDENT POSTER AWARD WINNERS

Distinguished POSTER awards:

  • Kathryn Hefner University of Wisconsin Attentional and Affective Consequences of Safety Signals in the Presence and Absence of Threat
  • Gregory Lewis University of Illinois at Chicago Quantification Of RSA: What Criteria Define the Best Measure?
  • Kyle Mathewson University of Illinois Entraining Neural Oscillations with Rhythmic Visual Stimulation Elicits Simultaneous Fluctuations in Visual Awareness

STUDENT POSTER AWARDS

  • Saleem Alhabash University of Missouri Effects of Stereotype-Reduction on Cognitive and Emotional Processing Of Advertising
  • James Broadway Georgia Institute of TechnologyDeep Brain Stimulation of Sub-Callosal Cingulate Cortex and Frontal Theta Power in Patients with Treatment Resistant Depression
  • Laura Drislane Florida State University Differing Responses to Startle Probe Stimuli Account For Unique Variance in Psychopathy Factor 1
  • Christopher Engelhardt University of Missouri Evidence that Trait Aggressiveness Moderates the Relationship between Violent Video Games and Psychophysiological Measures Of Evaluative And Regulatory Control
  • Jesse Kaye University of Colorado Differential Marijuana Cue-Reactivity in the Late-Positive Potential in Smokers And Non-Smokers
  • Isabela Lobo – Fluminense Federal University Emotion Regulation and Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms: An ERP Study in a Sample of Trauma-Exposed College Students
  • Sarah Lust – University of MissouriOh no! Oh well: Alcohol Impairs Post-error Adjustment of Cognitive Control
  • Ian McLaughlin – University of MinnesotaERP and Personality Correlates of Executive Control: Time-Frequency Decomposition of the Go/Nogo ERP Task in Adolescent Subjects
  • Erik Mueller Marburg University Both Trait Anxiety Associations and Dopamine Antagonist-Induced Reductions of the Error-Related Negativity Are Moderated by the D2 Receptor Gene
  • Sarah Sass University of Illinois Time Course of Attentional Bias Distinguishes Anxiety, Depression, and their Comorbidity
  • Jenessa Sprague – University of IllinoisEmotional Processing and Inhibitory Control in Criminal Offenders
  • Anna Weinberg Stony Brook University Early Hypervigilance Followed by Attenuated Processing of Emotional Material in Generalized Anxiety Disorder: An Event-Related Potential Study
  • Mathias Weymar – University of Greifswald Stress Motivates the Brain: Enhanced Selective Visual Attention to Unpleasant Pictures after Stress Exposure

2009 STUDENT POSTER AWARD WINNERS

TURSKY AWARD

  • Theo Gründler (MPI for Neurological Research)
    Source Estimation of the N2, ERN, and FERN in a Tactile Time-Estimation Task
  • Ralf Schmälzle (University of Konstanz)
    The Perception of HIV Risk: An ERP Analysis of Intuitive Processes

POSTER AWARD

  • Uma Vaidyanathan (University of Minnesota)
    Startle Blink Deficits in Psychopathy are Uniquely Associated with Interpersonal-Affective Traits
  • Nils Schneider-Garces (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
    Movement Correction in Optical Data; Comparison Between Feature Based and Principal Component Based Approach
  • Alexander M. Nitsch (Friedrich Schiller University Jena)
    Error Processing, Task Difficulty and Motivation in Schizophrenia: An Event-Related FMRI Study Using a Speeded Flanker-Task
  • Uwe Hassler (University of Osnabrueck)
    Induced Gamma Band Responses: Neuronal Origin or Eye Movement Artifact
  • Julia Schneiders (Saarland University)
    The Differential Role of Modality-Specific Working Memory Training in Learning Chinese as a Second Language
  • Veronica Perez (University of California – San Francisco)
    Relating Visual Working Memory Capacity and Attentional Control in the Schizophrenia-Spectrum
  • Jordi Costa-Faidella (University of Barcelona)
    Encoding of Multiple Time Scales of Acoustic Regularities as a Function of Expectancy as Revealed by Human Evoked Potentials
  • Armita Golkar (Karolinska Institutet)
    Extinction of Conditioned Fear Responses to Masked Stimuli
  • Regina Lapate (University of Wisconsin – Madison)
    The Contribution of Affective Style to the Successful Downregulation of Pain: A Psychophysiological and Neuroimaging Investigation
  • Matthias Wieser (University of Würzburg)
    Happy End: The Offset of Angry Facial Expressions Activates the Human Reward System

2008 STUDENT POSTER AWARD WINNERS

TURSKY AWARD

  • James Cavanagh (University of Arizona)
    Prelude and requiem to an error: EEG Synchrony reveals the ongoing dynamics of performance monitoring
  • Chia-Lin Lee (University of Illinois)
    Wave-Ering: An ERP study of syntactic effects on ambiguity resolution for noun/verb homographs

POSTER AWARD

  • Erika Henry (University of Missouri)
    Alcohol, ERN and State Affect: Unhappy drunks still experience distress
  • Chad Forbes (University of Arizona)
    Using alpha and theta power to assess the indirect relationship between stereotype threat, self doubt and the allocation of attention and memory encoding processes
  • Gregory Lewis (University of Illinois-Chicago)
    Video Thermography for cardiopulmonary signal extraction
  • Kyle Mathewson (University of Illinois)
    Now you see it, now you don’t: Prestimulus electrophysiological predictors of subsequent visual awareness metacontrast mapping.
  • Julie Hall (University of Michigan)
    Put your money where your heart is: Affective influences on financial investment decisions
  • Vincent Costa (University of Florida)
    From bad to worse: Mutual effects of threat of shock and aversive perception
  • Mathew Hilimire (Georgia Institute of Technology)
    Competitive interaction degrades target selection: An ERP study
  • Susanne Gorges (University of Arizona)
    Psychophysiological correlates of performance anxiety during a public concert and a public speech
  • Anna Engels (University of Illinois)
    Differential functional lateralization in anxiety
  • Modupe Akinola (Harvard University)
    Narcissitic tendencies and sensitivity to social feedback: An examination of cardiovascular reactivity during social evaluative situations

2005 STUDENT POSTER AWARD WINNERS

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2004 STUDENT POSTER AWARD WINNERS

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POSTER AWARD

  • Andrea Adam
    University of Queensland
  • Giulia Buodo
    University of Padova
  • Pearl Chiu
    Harvard University
  • Eric Jackson
    University of Arizona
  • Ellen Jongen
    Maastricht University
  • Michael Kiang
    University of California, San Diego
  • Aaron Meyer
    University of Missouri-Columbia
  • Stephan Moratti
    University of Konstanz
  • Albert Poje
    University of Missouri-Kansas City
  • Dongju Seo
    University of Minnesota
  • Eunsam Shin
    University of Illinois
  • Tammy Silakowski
    University of Florida

2003 TURSKY AWARD WINNERS

2002 STUDENT POSTER AWARD WINNERS

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2001 STUDENT POSTER AWARD WINNERS

  • Lana Depatie
  • Randy Lynn Newman
  • JJing Tian Wang
  • Ragnar Preut
  • Alicia E. Meuret
  • Jeroen J. Stekelenburg