Two of our students were recognized for their work in the 2018 UA ESPRMC Graduate Research Symposium:
Brian Rivera, second year PhD student in the Ed Psych / Ed Neuro program & the ELDEN Lab, won the Outstanding Paper Presentation Award, for his paper, titled "ERP Mass Univariate Analysis of Fraction Magnitude Comparison."
Nan Mu, second year PhD student in the Ed Psych / Ed Neuro program & the ECS Lab, received an Honorable Mention for her poster presentation, titled "Examining Neural Activation During Music Perception and Imagination Using EEG Signals."
Congrats to Brian and Nan!
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