Winners of the Cognitive and Brain Sciences Undergraduate Poster Session
The 2023 Undergraduate Poster Session was held on Friday, March 24 at the Ohio Union. This annual event provides a unique opportunity for undergraduate students to share their research with the Cognitive Science community at Ohio State and interact with faculty and students from across the University who are also working on questions related to human cognition, including learning, memory, perception, language, and decision making, from behavioral, applied, computational modeling, and cognitive neuroscience perspectives.
Congratulations to the Winning Presenters
1st: Michael Melville
Project Title: Light and vigorous bouts of acute aerobic exercise positively impact sustained attention and inhibition but not pattern separation in young adults
Major: Biomedical Informatics
Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Scott M. Hayes
2nd: Ajuna Mwesigye
Project Title: Relationship between brain response to language tasks and performance on behavioral metrics in children.
Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Zeynep M. Saygin
3rd: Phelix Rodriguez
Project Title: Are illusory objects used strategically to optimize visual working memory?
Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Andrew Leber
The Center thanks all of the incredible undergraduate presenters who participated in this year's research event. We enjoyed your innovative presentations and wish you the best of luck in all future endeavors!