Congrats to postdoctoral scholar Martin Dahl who was awarded the 2021 Otto Hahn Medal! This award was given by The Max Planck Society, which annually honors young scientists for outstanding scientific achievements. See more details of the award here: https://www.mpib-berlin.mpg.de/news/awards/dahl-awarded-otto-hahn-medal
Former lab member Michiko Sakaki received the JSPS prize, one of the most prestigious prizes in Japan for early/mid-career researchers, for her research “Construction of the Cognitive Neuroscience Model on the Interaction between Emotion and Memory Based on the Development Process.” Congrats to Michiko!
Congratulations to former lab member, Tae-Ho Lee, who has been recognized as a 2020 Rising Star by the Association for Psychological Science (APS)! The APS Rising Star designation is presented to outstanding psychological scientists in the earliest stages of their post-PhD research careers. Tae-Ho Lee
Congratulations to Briana Kennedy, who joined the School of Psychological Science at the University of Western Australia as a tenure-track lecturer in January 2020! Briana started in the Emotion & Cognition Lab in 2016, after completing her Ph.D. at UNSW Sydney. During her time as
Congratulations to Dave Clewett, who has accepted a position as Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of California, Los Angeles! He will join the department in July 2020. Dave received his Ph.D. in Neuroscience from the University of Southern California in 2016, where he
Last month, Sara Gallant presented her poster “Retroactive Selective Memory Enhancement via Emotional Arousal” at Psychonomics 2019. This study examined how selective memory for neutral information would be influenced by increases in emotional arousal occurring before or after learning. When participants viewed emotionally arousing faces
Congrats to Shai Porat for winning an award for his exceptional presentation at the annual Finch Alzheimer’s Disease Symposium! The Finch Alzheimer’s Disease Symposium features presentations on basic and clinical science related to Alzheimer’s disease.
In this episode of “Lessons in Lifespan Health,” Mara Mather discusses her work in examining how emotion impacts our attention and memory, and how studying a small brain region called the locus coeruleus can shed light on how our brains change as we age. Her
Congratulations to clinical science doctoral student, Kelly Durbin, for winning the 2019 American Psychological Association (APA) Dissertation Research Award! This award is sponsored by the APA Science Directorate and assists science-oriented doctoral students of psychology with research costs.
We asked participants to fast before coming in to our lab to complete an experiment in which they viewed pictures of household and food items each paired with a positive, negative or neutral sound. When they arrived to our lab, we randomly assigned half of