This coming weekend members of the MAClab will be attending and presenting at Cognitive Neuroscience Society’s (2016) Annual Meeting in New York. Presenters will be Chris Blais (Research Faculty) and Blake Elliott (Undergraduate and future Fall 2016 graduate student). Gene Brewer, Director of the MAClab, will also be in attendance, so make sure to swing by and check out their posters. For those who cannot attend the posters they will be presenting are attached below.
Today members of the MAClab attended Arizona State University’s Barrow Neurological Institute 6th Annual Research Symposium. Here are a few photos of RAs during the poster session.
The annual Psychonomic’s Society meeting was held in Chicago a few weeks ago and we wanted to present everyone with access to our posters. The posters encompass several different projects that the lab has been working on.
Kimberly M. Wingert, B. Hunter Ball, Chris Blais, & Gene A. Brewer
Negative Arousing Images Impair Working Memory Encoding
Chris Blais, Peter S. Whitehead, & Gene A. Brewer
Is Cognitive Control Unreliable? When Means are not Enough
Derek Ellis, Chris Blais, & Gene A. Brewer (not shown at Psychonomics)
Video Games and Working Memory
Here is another great article from a MAClab collaboration. The article appears in a recent online issue of Social Neuroscience.
Check our dropbox link for a pdf of the article.
We recently posted an interview of Dr. Adam Cohen, a MAClab collaborator, and our current research on Trust. The research discussed in the article just hit press and is available for your enjoyment.
Margarida Pitaes of the Arizona State University MAClab recently got her first publication. The article is titled “The Compensatory Role of Implementation Intentions for Young Adults with Low Working Memory Capacity”.
For those interested in reading the article click the link below.
Dr. Gene Brewer of the MAClab will be presenting at the SPARCS conference today, June 19th, at 3:15 PM. The talk will discuss aptitude and treatment interactions with a focus on using experimental and individual difference methodologies.
The talk will be live-broadcast online @
The link below is to a Psychology Today article about one of our current collaborative projects with PI Dr. Adam Cohen.
Here is great advice on which programming language you should choose.
I found this post on Gizmodo a few days ago.
Below is the video from the article that is worth checking out. You can see more of her videos at http://nancysbraintalks.mit.edu/