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CSU strongly represented in Psychonomic Society presentations

The Department of Psychology at Cleveland State University had a strong showing at the recent Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society.  Faculty Members and students had a total of eight presentations (some poster, some oral) - see below for list of presentations.  "The Psychonomic Society is the home for scientists who study how the mind works.  Members of the Society are experimental psychologists among whose numbers are some of the most distinguished researchers in the field." - Psychonomic Society

"Age-Related Changes in Spatial Learning: Roles of Orientations and Perspectives."

NAOHIDE YAMAMOTO,

Queensland University of Technology,

MICHAEL J. FOX,

Cleveland State University. —

 

"The Bilingual Expertise Hypothesis."

CONOR T. MCLENNAN and SARA INCERA,

Cleveland State University.

 

"Variability and Location of Movement Endpoint Distributions: The Influence of Instructions for Movement Speed and Accuracy."

ABHISHEK DEY and ANDREW SLIFKIN,

Cleveland State University  

 

"Age Similarities in Cognitive Effort During Voluntary Emotion Regulation."

MARIA J. DONALDSON and ERIC ALLARD,

Cleveland State University  

 

"Bilingualism Across the Lifespan."

SARA INCERA and CONOR T. MCLENNAN,

Cleveland State University

 

"Age-Related Differences in Attentional Capture by Affective Pictures: An Event-Related Potential Study."

ELLIOTT JARDIN

Cleveland State University

MEI-CHING

LIEN, Oregon State University

PHILIP A. ALLEN,

The University of Akron

 

"Case Transition Format and Lexical Decision Performance: Is the Initial Uppercase Advantage General?"

ALBERT F. SMITH, JULIA C. HARVEY AZZOLINA, ARIELLE B. CENIN, AMY M. PALINSKI, LOIS M. ROTUNO, and APRIL D. WALTONEN,

Cleveland State University. —

 

"Inertial Loading of Actual and Imagined Arm Movement."

ANDREW SLIFKIN, ABHISHEK DEY, and MICHAEL SUMMERS,

Cleveland State University.