Lilian received VSS 2022 Travel Award!
Congratulations to Lilian Azer for receiving 2022 John I. Yellott Travel Award for Vision Science!
Dr. Ilenia Salsano joined the lab
Dr. Salsano joined the lab on 2/1/2022 as a postdoctoral researcher. Welcome!
Neurocognitive Processes for Mammographic Detection of Breast Cancer
We have been awarded a UC Cancer Research Coordinating Committee (CRCC) Faculty Pilot Grant to study “Neurocognitive Processes for Mammographic Detection of Breast Cancer”. We have assembled an integrated team of basic science researchers (Drs Zhang and Hu at UC Riverside), clinician (consultant Dr. Chen at City of Hope medical center), biostatistician and epidemiologist (consultant…
Congratulations to Richard Pham for his acceptance into a prestigious Radiology Summer Research Program.
Richard Pham, a previous undergraduate research assistant, has been accepted into Washing University’s Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology Summer Research Program. This is a highly competitive program and only 12 students out of >200 applicants were selected. Richard is currently a medical student at UCR SOM.
Presentations by Lilian, Tammy, and Gaby!
Lilian and Tammy will be presenting some results regarding executive function and social behaviors from our US COVID-19 survey studies at the APS meeting and R’Psych conference (recorded video), respectively. Gaby will be presenting at the UCR undergraduate research symposium on physical effort and racial attitude (recorded video).
Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award to Lilian
Congratulations to Lilian for receiving the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award from UCR Graduate Division!
Stephen and Shinhae heading to graduate schools!
Congratulations to Stephen and Shinhae for being accepted into PhD Programs at University of Texas, Arlington and Washington University in St. Louis, respectively!
“Visual Search Under Physical Effort is Faster but More Vulnerable to Distractor Interference” accepted for publication
Congratulations to Hyung-Bum and Shinhae for producing this methodologically beautiful paper on physical effort and attention capture.