Cognitive and Brain Sciences Undergraduate Research Poster Session

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The 2023 Poster Session will take place on Friday, March 24, 1:00-2:30 pm at the Ohio Union, Student-Alumni Council Room. 

The Cognitive and Brain Sciences Undergraduate Research Poster Session is a signature feature of the Center's annual CogFest programming series. The poster session provides interaction between faculty and students from across the university who are exploring questions related to human cognition, including learning, memory, perception, language, and decision-making, from behavioral, applied, computational modeling, and cognitive neuroscience perspectives. This event recognizes the significant contributions to research made by OSU undergraduates and promotes ongoing research in the cognitive science field. 

Submissions involving undergraduate research in any area of cognitive or brain sciences are welcome. The poster session is an opportunity to share ongoing research with the cognitive science community at Ohio State and gather expert feedback on projects. If a research project is ongoing, a research-in-progress summary may be submitted in lieu of an abstract.

Interested students should apply to present by Friday, March 10.

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Undergrad Presenter 2022
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Poster presenter 2017
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Congratulations to our 2022 Winning Presenters

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Devan Mallory

Major: Computer Science Engineering

Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Micha Elsner

Project Title: Cyquential AI: A generative approach to Symbolic Knowledge Acquisition

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Rebekah Stanhope

Major: Linguistics

Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Laura Wagner

Project Title: Examining Perception of Prosodic Contrasts in 7-12 Year Old Children

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Arian Sorani

Major: Psychology

Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Ruchika Prakash

Project Title: Does resting-state frontostriatal connectivity account for comorbidity between substance abuse vulnerability and trait impulsivity?