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2017 Graduate Travel Award Recipients
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Congratulations to our
2017 Psychonomic Society Graduate Travel Award Recipients


Abigail Benecke
Villanova University, USA
Classification of English Stop Consonants: A Comparison of Multiple Models of Speech Perception

Pablo Bernabeu
Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Modality Switch Effects Emerge Early and Increase Throughout Conceptual Processing: Evidence from ERPs

Weijia Chen
University of Melbourne, Australia
Optimising Perceptual Training for the Detection of Hip Fractures on Conventional Radiography

Josh Dorsi
University of California, Riverside, USA
What You See Isn’t Always What You Get, Or Is It?: Re-examining Semantic Priming from McGurk Stimuli

Josh Fiechter
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Implementing Adaptive Retrieval Practice with Flexible Cues: 
A Powerful Technique for Generalizing the Benefits of Testin

Laura L. Heisick
Louisiana State University, USA
Implicit versus Explicit Social Classification in Unfamiliar Face Perception

Kyle Rhoads Kraemer
University of Alabama, USA
Understanding Metamemory: A General Ability or Separate Systems?

Sarah Moneer
University of Melbourne, Australia
Attentional Modulation of Processing Architecture: 
A Synthesis of Electroencephalographic and Response Time Modeling Approaches

Chi Ngo
Temple University, USA
Tracking Relational Memory and Pattern Separation
Across the Life Span

Sharon M. Noh
University of Texas at Austin, USA
Blocked vs. Interleaved Study Sequences Differentially Impact the Retention of Generalized Knowledge and Specificity

Steven C. Pan
University of California, San Diego, USA
Is it Preterite or Imperfect? Investigating the Interleaving Effect for Spanish Verb Conjugation Skills

Benjamin Pitt
University of Chicago, USA
Spatializing Time and Number: How Culture Shapes Cognitive Universals

 Sander Roest
Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Getting a Handle on Object Based Alignment Effects

Cameron Smith
University of South Carolina, USA
Space-Language Interactions in the Auditory Modality

Jessica Siler
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Long-term Inference and Memory Following Retrieval Practice

Jihyun Suh
Washington University in St. Louis, USA
Action-planning Biases Size Representation in Visual Working Memory




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