Selin Bekir, Kaitlyn Deen, and Courtney Durdle present at Learning and Memory 2023! Kaitlyn presented a poster about the impact of psychopathic tendencies on incentivized memory-based decisions. Courtney Durdle presented a poster about the effect of monetary incentives as criterion manipulations for freely recalled episodic events.
The Miller Lab presents at CNS 2023 and rocked out with Pavlov's Dogz ! Selin Bekir presented a poster about a modulatory role of progesterone in inter- and intra-hemispheric functional connectivity of the inferior frontal gyrus. Courtney Durdle presented a poster about using resting state functional connectivity as a predictor for shifting behavior during a recognition memory paradigm. Luna Li presented a poster about individual differences in strategically and implicitly reinforced criterion shifting in recognition memory. Tyler Santander presented a poster about distributed representations of familiarity and decisional processes in recognition memory via dense-sampling fMRI. Evan Layher presented a poster about the intraparietal sulcus' role in criterion shifting during recognition memory versus visual detection tests. Henri Skinner presented a poster about dissociating sources of sustained attention failures via reward, and Christina Boardman presented a poster about criterion shift association of EEG.
Miller lab members present at the URCA Conference. Aarushi Agrawal presented a poster about the effects of oral hormonal contraceptives on the ease of recall of an emotional autobiographical memory. Tanya Bhatia presented her work in the Bionic Vision Lab about the strategies, challenges, and technology use by blind people in cooking and other daily living activities. Patrick Sweeney presented a poster about the effects of confidence feedback on sequential dependencies and metacognitive efficiency in recognition memory.
The Miller lab presents at CNS with the Grafton and Lapate labs. Evan Layher presented a poster about widespread frontoparietal networks associated with decision criterion during recognition memory in a dense sampling fMRI study. Selin Bekir presented a poster about a dense sampling and intrinsic functional connectivity approach to progesterone and interhemispheric decoupling. Tyler Santander, Sara Leslie, and Luna Li presented a poster about a meta-analytic tool for modeling and optimizing transcranial electrical stimulation effects.
The Miller lab presents at CNS. Tyler Santader presented a data blitz talk and poster about flexible networks associated with adaptive decision making strategies during recognition memory in a dense sampling fMRI study. Evan Layher presented a poster assessing the effects of trial-by-trial feedback on individual criterion shifting strategies.
The Miller lab presents at Psychonomic Society. Mike Miller gave a riveting talk on individual differences in criterion shifting. Sara Leslie presented a poster assessing the relationship between metacognition and criterion shifting and Evan Layher presented a poster about individual differences in model fits between Signal Detection Theory vs. other models.
The Miller lab presents at the first ever virtual CNS. Evan Layher presented a poster on fMRI activity related to familiarity strength vs. decision criteria, Tyler Santander presented a poster on fronto-parietal contributions to criterion shifting, and Christina Boardman presented a poster discussing EEG correlates of criterion shifting.