Professor Jim Roney, PBS graduate Adar Eisenbruch, and current graduate student Rachel Grillot were honored with the 2017 Margo Wilson Award for the best paper published in Evolution and Human Behavior for their paper: Eisenbruch, A. B., Grillot, R. L., Maestripieri, D., & Roney, J. R. (2016). Evidence of partner choice heuristics in a one-shot bargaining game. Evolution and Human Behavior, 37, 429-439.
PBS Professor Mary Hegarty was awarded the Raymond Nickerson prize for the best paper in Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied for 2016. Graduate students Alex Boone and Trevor Barrett were co-authors on the paper.
Hegarty, M., Friedman, A., Boone, A. P., & Barrett, T. J. (2016). Where are you? The effect of uncertainty and its visual representation on location judgments in GPS-like displays. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 22(4), 381-392.
The Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences congratulates all of our PhD graduates! The following graduates participated in the Graduate Division ceremony on June 18, 2017 (from left): Will Ryan (holding honorary graduate Gordie); Kaziya Lee; Amanda Kautzman; Christina Shin; Jared Bagley; Lauren Winczewski; Kyle Ploense; Jessica LeClair; Adar Eisenbruch; Janet Pauketat; and Jeff Bowen.
Your doctor is an expert with many years of experience. So when she tells you, upon reviewing all the fancy tomographic imaging you had done, that the tenderness in your breast is just some minor irritation, you want to believe her and leave it at that.
The fields of science and engineering are dominated by men. So, there’s an effort across the nation to encourage young women to become scientists and engineers. Some girls on the South Coast are learning about those fields in an unusual way.