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Student Poster Award Winners

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