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Poster presentations and prizes

Students from Introduction to Neurolinguistics and from Introduction to Psycholinguistics presented posters this April, with prizes for the best posters. Here are the winners, with their certificates and WugMug awards. Congratulations to everyone! (thanks to Christie Brien for the news):

The students of LIN2352A: Introduction to Neurolinguistics presented posters of existing research papers selected from within the field of Neurolinguistics. At each of the two presentation sessions, the students cast their votes for the best poster.

The winners of the Student Choice Award for Best Poster in LIN2352 are: Sera Ilaslan and Birsen Ilaslan, and Lauren Desormeau.

 

The students of LIN3350A: Introduction to Psycholinguistics presented posters to their peers of experimental research that they prepared, carried out, and analyzed themselves. At each of the two presentation sessions, the students cast their votes for the best research poster.

The winners of the Student Choice Award for Best Poster in LIN3350 are:

Rebecca Mackenzie, Erika Giroux, and Adrianna Cote for the research poster: The Stroop Effect in Autism Spectrum Disorder and Typically Developed Adolescents

Fardous Sahouli and Ambareen Lalji for the research poster: Music Interference and Stroop

 

 

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