2011 Trainee Awards

In response to a call for proposals, the TDLC Training Committee awarded the following small grants to support trainee research and collaboration. Below is a list of awardees and funded projects:

People

Networks

Project Title

PIs

David Deriso

SIN

Modeling Information Flow in Social Processing Within ASD Using MEG and DTI

Bartlett
Movellan

Lara Rangel

IMSN, SMN

3-D Head Movement Correlates of Open Field Search Learning in Rodents

Chiba
Chukoskie

Grit Herzmann

PEN

Investigation of the Neural Processes Underlying Other-Race Face Recognition

Curran
Tanaka

Christopher Kanan

PEN

Recognizing objects with simulated fixations

Cottrell

Sean Kang
Robert Lindsey

IMSN

Learning and Retention During Different Schedules of Spaced Retrieval Practice

Pashler
Mozer

Robert Lindsey
Sean Kang

IMSN

Intelligent Tutoring Systems

Mozer
Pashler

Michael Mack

PEN

It's flat, but is it fast?

Palmeri

Adrienne Moore

SIN

Mu rhythm mirroring response to emotional faces

Chiba

Beth Rogowsky

IMSN

Analysis of Research: From the Laboratory to the Classroom

Tallal

Linda Phan Salamanca

SIN

The development of gender differences in visual spatial problem solving skills

Reilly

Alex Simpkins
Annellen Simpkins

SMN

Incorporating parallel non-conscious movement control into the hierarchical model of movement

Todorov
Movellan

Ana Van Gulick
John Pyles

PEN

Neural mechanisms for color encoding during object recognition

Gauthier
Tarr

Matt Wilder

IMSN

Modeling Sequential Effects from a Rational Perspective

Mozer

Matt Wisniewski
Estella Liu

SMN

Examining adaptive perceptual training

Mercado