Our own Willa Lane receives the Gates-Cambridge award! Congratulations Willa!!!
Psychonomic Society 2022 Meeting
Banjit Singh presents “Does Boundary Ownership affect Scene Construction” at 2022 Psychonomic Society Meeting in Boston
Psychonomic Society 2019 Meeting
Harrison presenting his poster, “Color-Me Matched: Temporal Migration of Visual Components”
Graduation Congratulations to Heather, Mariela and Ruming!
Shown here at the May 2019 PBS Poster Exhibition
And Congratulations to Mariela Jimenez, recipient of the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences’ Best NSCI Research Award for her Senior Thesis on emotion and boundary extension.
Women of Promise Dinner March, 2019
“Women of Promise” in the Intraub Lab!
Heather Marsh, Mariela Jimenez & Ruiming Du
And Mariela with UD President Assanis at the Event
Welcome to Harrison Adler, first-year Graduate Student. Congratulations on being awarded a Special Opportunity Fellowship from the College of Arts and Sciences!
In May 2018, Heather Marsh and Cooper McAllister presented their posters at the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences Poster Expo. Dr. Intraub presented the Convocation Address to the graduating class of 2018.
Irem Yildirim’s abstract for Yildirim & Intraub, “Anticipatory Memory for Regular and Random Patterns” was selected for a 2018 Psychonomic Society Accommodation Award. She will present the poster at the 3rd International Meeting of the Psychonomic Society in Amsterdam this May. Congratulations, Irem!
Steve Beighley presenting Beighley, Sacco, Bauer, Hayes & Intraub, “Does Emotional Picture Content affect Boundary Extension?” at the Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society in Boston, MA in November, 2016. Steve received the, Best 2016 Psychonomic Society Poster Award, from APA, Division 3 for his poster presentation. Congratulations, Steve!
Arthur Currier presenting Currier & Intraub, “Is Boundary Extension Greater in Older than Younger Adults?” at the McNair Scholars Conference at UD in August, 2016.