On April 28th, Wesleyan University’s Psychology Department held its annual poster session. Students presented their work from the past year. The Cognitive Development Labs were represented by nine lab members and presented a total of six posters. Congratulations to all lab members for their impressive research!
Kerry Brew ’18, Sarah Corner ’17, and Ilana Ladis ’17 speak with an interested visitor about their poster, “Demand Characteristics in Child Minimal Group Experiments.”
Maxine Lai ’17 (pictured above), Aime Arroyo-Ramirez ’16, and Lab Coordinator Ali Zax present their poster, “Impact of Paired Numbers on Numerical Estimation.”
Praise Owoyemi ’18 presents her poster, “Allocating Resources: How Option Presentation Affects Decision making.”
Jordan Feingold-Link ’18 presents his poster, “Who is in the Room? Observation in the Minimal Group Paradigm.”
Sheri Reichelson ’16 presents her poster, “Does the Arbitrary Grouping of Physical Options Influence Children’s and Adults Choices?”
Stephanie Blumenstock ’16 presents her poster, “Kindergarten Kickstart: Outcomes of a Research-Based Summer Pre-K Program.”