Researchers from CIS will be out in force at the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society this summer in Toronto, Canada. This peer-reviewed conference draws cognitive scientists from around the world. Four CIS graduate students and three CIS faculty members have had their research accepted for presentation.
Jordan Ackerman is presenting a poster, "What's Different About Improvised Rap?"
Ellis Cain and Prof. Rachel Ryskin are delivering a talk, "Quantifying cross-situational statistics during parent-child toy play" (along with co-author Chen Yu)
Shadab Tabatabaeian and Prof. Tyler Marghetis are delivering a talk, "Mathematical insights as novel connections: Evidence from expert mathematicians" (along with co-authors Artemesia Deluna and David Landy).
Tevin Williams is presenting a poster, "Improving Improv: Effects of Interpersonal Coordination on Music Improvisation" (along with co-author Alexia Galati).
Shadab Tabatabaeian was also awarded a Diversity and Inclusion Conference Award.
Congrats to all!