On Thursday, September 28, research assistants Aileen Lian and Sigi Nielsen presented research at the Bard Summer Research Institute poster session in Annandale-on-Hudson, NY. The
In response to the increased use of personal technologies, such as laptops and cell phones in the classroom, instructors have begun to implement technology bans.
According to existing theories of context-driven control, participants unconsciously implement multiple control settings within a single task. In our paper entitled “Properties of Context-driven Control
Research conducted in the Cognitive Ctrl Lab assessing the impact of autobiographical growth narratives on women’s math performance was presented at the APS Annual Convention
Research assistants Aileen and Sigi will be conducting research in the Cognitive Ctrl Lab this summer as a part of the Bard Summer Research Institute
Prof. Hutcheon recieved a 2017 Early Career Psychologist Travel Grant from the Society for the Teaching of Psychology (STP). This grant will be used to