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Video

Publication Date

4-16-2021

Abstract

“How fictional pandemics reflect a real-life understanding of the science of illness” – Andrew Klebahn, Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Jackson Ayres

“Predicting University Students' Volunteerism” – Luis Perez, Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Amy Bohmann

“Dual Task Facilitation May Improve the Identification of Missing Persons” – John Whitehorn and Rolando Guerrero Camacho, Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Dawn Weatherford

“The N250 as an Index of Criminal Face Familiarity” – Alonna Rios, Audrie Cabrera, and Nikai Hinojosa, Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Mario Baldassari

Klebahn poster.pdf (688 kB)
How fictional pandemics reflect a real-life understanding of the science of illness

Perez poster.pdf (767 kB)
Predicting University Students' Volunteerism

Whitehorn poster.pdf (1383 kB)
Dual Task Facilitation May Improve the Identification of Missing Persons

Rios Hinojosa Cabrera poster.pdf (12143 kB)
Testing N250 Amplitude as an Indicator of Hidden Face Familiarity in an ERP-CIT

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