2008 Student Poster Award Winners
- 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
- 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.