SSP Forum: Summer Interns 2019 Poster Fair

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Philosophy Courtyard (between Building 370 and Building 380)
Stanford University
Monday, October 7, 2019 12:30 PM
Monday, October 7, 2019 1:20 PM

Symbolic Systems Forum

The 2019 Summer Projects Poster Fair
Student Summer Interns
Symbolic Systems Program

Monday, October 7, 2019
12:30-1:20 pm
Philosophy Courtyard (between Building 370 and Building 380)


12:30 Welcome and Brief Poster Introductions

12:35 Poster Presentations:

Ketan Agrawal, "A Longitudinal Investigation of Children's Early Access to Social Information" (supervisor: Michael Frank, Psychology Department)

Tania Dhaliwal, "Changing Mindsets about Healthy Eating through a Digital Health Coaching App" (supervisors: Alia Crum, Rina Horii, and Danielle Boles, Psychology Department)

Khuyen Le, "Trial-Level and Subject-Level Attentional Lapses During Encoding Affect Encoding and Subsequent Memory" (supervisors: Anthony Wagner and Kevin Madore, Psychology Department)

Colin Norick, "Young Children’s Ability to Strategically Revise What Others Think of Them" (supervisors: Hyowon Gweon and Mika Asaba, Psychology Department)

Praveen Pallegar, "Design of a Wearable Apparatus to Enable Functional Ultrasound Imaging and Noninvasive Pharmacological Neuromodulation Through Ultrasound-Mediated Targeted Drug Delivery in Awake and Mobile Rats" (supervisors: Raag Airan and Tommaso Di Ianni, Radiology Department), Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute - Symbolic Systems Fellow

Andrew Pollack, "Data Wrangling For The Stanford Ocean Acidification Experience: Virtual Reality and Ocean Literacy" (supervisor: Jeremy Bailenson, Communication Department)

Gabe Saldivar, "Mobile Learning Environments" (supervisors: James Landay and Elizabeth Murnane, Computer Science Department)

Griffin Young, "Double Deletion Rabies Tracing//Effects of Nest Collapse on Pogonomyrmex barbatus Foraging" (supervisors: Xiaoke Chen and Deborah Gordon, Biology Department)   

Dhara Yu, "Hybrid Digital+Physical Spaces: Built Experience Data Mining" (supervisors: James Landay and Elizabeth Murnane, Computer Science Department)