Poster Room 2020

Look through the various posters on display and click on the various researchers to chat with them!   

Sarah Hendry and Abbie Ball

PhD Stu­dent
Uni­ver­si­ty of Plymouth

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Super­vi­sor: Dr Peter Jones

All are welcome!
We are run­ning an online study look­ing at dif­fer­ent study strate­gies and how they inter­act with dif­fer­ent pre­sen­ta­tion modal­i­ties (e.g. visu­al vs. visu­al and audio). The study strate­gies we are look­ing at are test­ing, read­ing and stop­ping study.

Emi­ly Breese

@Emily_Louise548

PhD Stu­dent
The Open University

Super­vi­sor: Dr Chris Heath
Lab: Heath Lab

All are welcome!
I would love to talk to any­one who has researched the impact of shift work or cir­ca­di­an dis­rup­tion, par­tic­u­lar­ly through the use of online cog­ni­tive testing.

Agatha Anet

MSc Stu­dent
Uni­ver­si­ty Col­lege London

Super­vi­sor: Oliv­er Robinson
Lab: Anx­i­ety Lab- Neu­ro­science and Men­tal Health Group

All are welcome!
I would love to talk to any­one inter­est­ed in the Neu­ro­science of Men­tal Health, par­tic­u­lar­ly cog­ni­tive mech­a­nisms of Anx­i­ety and Catastrophising.

Hay­ley Tseng

PhD Stu­dent
Uni­ver­si­ty of Bristol

Super­vi­sor: Prof Markus Damian

All are welcome!
I would love to talk to peo­ple who have expe­ri­ence with con­duct­ing mouse track­ing stud­ies (espe­cial­ly online ver­sions of it).

Sanya Jain

MSc Stu­dent
Indi­an Insti­tute of Tech­nol­o­gy Gand­hi­na­gar, India

Super­vi­sor: Dr M.Tamburelli

All are welcome!
I am inter­est­ed in biopsy­choso­cial aspects of men­tal health and behav­iour. I am fas­ci­nat­ed by how inter­ven­tions from pos­i­tive psy­chol­o­gy can cat­alyze adap­tive changes in the tra­jec­to­ry of human growth and devel­op­ment. I view resilience, grit, altru­ism and emo­tion­al reg­u­la­tion as inte­gral aspects of sound men­tal health. I also like to study how these inter­ven­tions can exert an influ­ence on our neur­al cir­cuit­ry by pro­duc­ing rel­e­vant epi­ge­net­ic changes. I would love to inter­act with researchers work­ing along sim­i­lar areas.

Conor Glackin

PhD Stu­dent
Ban­gor University

Super­vi­sor: Dr M.Tamburelli

All are welcome!
The wish is to net­work and com­mu­ni­cate with lin­guis­tics in Phonol­o­gy & Intel­li­gi­bil­i­ty, and Researchers on Improv­ing Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Strate­gies in short-term envi­ron­ments and levels.

Julia Schwarz

@Julia Schwarz

PhD Stu­dent
Uni­ver­si­ty of Cambridge

Super­vi­sors: Dr. Brecht­je Post & Dr. Mir­jana Bozic
Lab: Pho­net­ics Lab­o­ra­to­ry, Uni­ver­si­ty of Cambridge

All are welcome!
This online study on inflec­tion­al suf­fix and syl­la­ble prim­ing could be of inter­est to researchers work­ing on word and lan­guage pro­cess­ing. It is also rel­e­vant for any researchers inter­est­ed in con­duct­ing visu­al prim­ing exper­i­ments online.

Johan­na Tomczak

Johan­na Tomczak

PhD Stu­dent
Uni­ver­si­ty of Leeds

Super­vi­sors: Dr Jean-François Del­venne, Dr Eka­teri­ni Klepousniotou

All are welcome!
Any­one inter­est­ed in bilin­gual­ism and inter­hemi­spher­ic trans­fer? Please have a look at my poster and share your ques­tions, ideas or thoughts!

Juli­eta Laurino

@Julieta Lau­ri­no

PhD Stu­dent
IFIByNE — CONICET — UBA

Super­vi­sor: Lau­ra Kaczer
Lab: Behav­ioral Neu­ro­bi­ol­o­gy Lab

All are welcome!
We are espe­cial­ly inter­est­ed in talk­t­ing to researchers about word learn­ing and seman­tic inte­gra­tion, focus­ing on mov­ing from lab-based to online experiments.

Diana Korn­brot

@Diana Korn­brot

Pro­fes­sor, Emeri­ta Uni­ver­si­ty of Hertfordshire
Cen­tre for Research in Psy­col­o­gy and Sports Sci­ence, CRIPSS

All are welcome!
I would love to talk to peo­ple who have re-analysed pub­lished data. If you could also fill out this sur­vey that would give me an idea about our views on pro­mot­ing open sci­ence and cre­ate a fun open dialogue!