Cognitive Science Department Senior Comps

Event flyer for 2020 Cognitive Science Department senior comps presentations

Please join the Cognitive Science Department and the Class of 2021 Cognitive Science majors for senior comps oral presentations.

Schedule of Presentations*

*Each student will repeat their presentation every 15 minutes within their assigned one-hour block.
2:00 - 3:00 PM

Isabella Fabiani: The Impact of Social Isolation on Health and Well- Being

Joelle F. Floyd: The Role of Dopamine in Schizophrenia Psychosis

Julia MacLaughlin: Generational Trauma: How We Carry Our Families’ Histories

Maeve Clayton: The Purpose and Potential of Artificially Intelligent Clinical Decision Support Systems

Shelby Cooper: Considering a Cognitive Map for Foreign Language Anxiety

3:00 - 4:00 PM

Declan Ryan: Psilocybin as a Treatment for Depression

Dylan Ryan: Analyzing the Intersection of Language and Thought: How Words Define What You See

Ibrahim Finch: The Effects of Music on the Brain: Music Therapy as a Rehabilitation Tool

Jordan Saltzman: Graph Analysis of Alzheimer’s Disease: Hubs, Rich- Clubs, and Small-World Networks

Kristine Lee: Nostalgia: The Mixed Emotion

4:00 - 5:00 PM

Jenna Enoka: A Problem with Problematizing Impulsive Adolescents?

Nathan Lam: To Flip or Not to Flip: An Analysis of the Flipped Classroom Model

SaraJoy Salib: Nerve X: A Puzzle Piece to the Mental Health Pandemic Amidst a Global Pandemic

Yuki Han: How is Implicit Sequence Learning Formed? The Influence of Explicit Knowledge, Multisensory Information, Attention, and Motivation