Daniel Goldman & Justin Jobelius - CSPR Research Day Poster Fair Winners
Please join me in congratulating the winners of the CSPR area's Research Day Poster Fair. Posters were judged in two categories: Graduate and Undergraduate/Post-Baccalaureate.
The Best Undergraduate Student Poster Award winner is Justin Jobelius, who is mentored by Chris Patrick. The title of his poster was Reduced P300 amplitude in criminal psychopathy is related to factor 2 of the PCL-R: Evidence from a simulated gambling task.
The Best Graduate Student Poster Award winner is Daniel Goldman, who is mentored by Bruce Cuthbert. Daniel presented two posters: RSVP, Please: Randomized Valence in Rapid Serial Visual Presentation of Emotional Pictures and
Quick Pics: Blocked vs. Randomized Valence in Sustained Emotional Picture Presentation.
We wish Justin and Daniel the best of luck with their future endeavors. Thanks to those of you who participated in this and other aspects of Research Day. We hope to see you again next year!
Director, T32 Training Program on
Neurobehavioral Aspects of Personality and Psychopathology