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2019 Graduate Travel Award Recipients
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Congratulations to our
2019 Psychonomic Society Graduate Travel Award Recipients


University of Zurich, Switzerland
What Constrains Attention to Visual Features in Working Memory?

Junha Chang
University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA
Experience with Difficult Dual-Color Search Can Promote a Shift to A Single Range Target Representation

Elizabeth Clancy
University of Guelph, Canada
Stimulus devaluation is a consequence of cognitive inhibition, not a mere reflection of conflict: Evidence from task-switching


Washington University in St. Louis, USA
Looking to the past when engaging control in the present

Christopher Draheim
Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Attention control is a unitary concept when measured with accuracy-based tasks

Tino Endres
Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg, Germany
Constructive Retrieval by Prompted Recall: Exploiting the Benefits of Retrieval Practice and Elaboration

Eitan Hemed
University of Haifa, Israel
Evaluation of an Action’s Effectiveness by the Motor System in a Dynamic Environment

Peter Krause
University of California Santa Cruz, USA
Nuclear Vowel Priming and Anticipatory Oral Postures: Evidence for Parallel Phonological Planning?

Katherine McNeely-White
Colorado State University, USA
Haven’t I Heard This Before? The Mechanism and Bias of Déjà Entendu

Sarah Myers
Colorado State University, USA
Testing Effects for Self-Generated versus Experimenter-Generated Questions

Orit Nafcha
University of Haifa, Israel
Exploring the Sociality of the Archerfish

Phillip Newman
Vanderbilt University, USA
Bayesian Integration of Visual Landmark Cues During Navigation

Ralph Redden
Dalhousie University, Canada
Is inhibition of return at the midpoint of simultaneous cues input-based or output-based?

Michelle Rivers
Kent State University, USA
Learners Require Considerable Support to Learn from Experience about the Benefits of Testing

Ty Tang
Arizona State University, USA
Egocentric Temporal Order Bias: How Vantage Shapes Perceptual Experience


Yonatan Vanunu
University of New South Wales, Australia
Elucidating the differential impact of extreme information in perceptual and preferential choice.

Elizabeth Wiemers
Purdue University, USA
Action Video Game Training Produces Near Transfer Only

Cindy Xiong
Northwestern University, USA
Same Data, Diverging Conclusions: Perceptual Salience Drives Data Interpretation




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