SSP Forum: Summer Interns Poster Fair 2017 » Show

Oct. 2, 2017

Start Date

& End Date

12:30 p.m.

Start Time

to

1:20 p.m.

End Time

at Philosophy Courtyard (Between Buildings 380 and 370)

Location

The
Symbolic Systems Forum

presents

The 2017 Summer Projects Poster Fair
featuring
Student Summer Interns
Symbolic Systems Program

Monday, October 2, 2017
12:30-1:20 pm
Philosophy Courtyard (between Building 370 and Building 380)

SCHEDULE:

12:30 Welcome and Brief Poster Introductions

12:35 Poster Presentations:

Antonio Aguilar, "Smart Primer"  (supervisor: James Landay, Computer Science)

Roma Dziembaj, "The Eyes as a Window Into the Soul: An Investigation of Motivated Perception and Arousal Using Pupillometry" (supervisors: Jamil Zaki and Yuan Chang Leong, Psychology)

Atticus Geiger (supervisors: Lauri Karttunen and Stanley Peters, Linguistics)

Apollo Kaneko  (supervisor: Jeremy Bailenson, Communication)

Alexander Long, "Hybrid Physical + Digital Spaces" (supervisor: James Landay, Computer Science)

Matthew Mistele, "HabitLab Positive Nudges: Turning Distracting Sites into Launchpads"  (supervisors: Geza Kovacs and Michael Bernstein, Computer Science)

Sabina Beleuz Neagu, "Analysis of Deliberation in Occupy Movement General Assemblies" (supvervisor: Todd Davies, Symbolic Systems)

Valentina Ruiz-Jimenez, "Transitive Social Links: Do Children Know; Do Children Care?" (supervisors: Hyowon Gweon, , Natalia Vélez, and Sophie Bridgers, Psychology)

Kim Saechao, "Mechanism of Learning Similar Sounding Words" (supervisors: Michael C. Frank and Abdellah Fourtassi, Psychology)

Andrea Shulman, "Dyadic games: An Approach to Learning From Language" (supervisors: Noah Goodman and Michael Henry Tessler, Psychology)

Jarku Tang (supervisor: Thomas Icard)

Daylon Tippett, "Testing Theories of Forgetting: On the Existence of Memory Suppression" (supervisors: Anthony Wagner and Jiefeng Jiang, Psychology; and Ben Levy, University of San Francisco)

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