First-year cognitive students at Cognitive Brown Bag, Weds. 4/29 at noon

The first-year graduate students in the cognitive division (Junha Chang, Qiuli Ma, and Merika Wilson) will be presenting their first year projects in the Cognitive Brown Bag series in Tobin 521B at noon Wednesday, April 29. Everyone is welcome.

Junha’s talk: Does the quality of target representation reduce the dual target cost in visual search?

Qiuli’s talk: Dilution and working memory

Merika’s talk: The Representational Hierarchical Account: A new theory of amnesia.