Our amazing graduate student, Thomas Biba, was awarded a Graduate Student Award from the Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS). Congrats, Thomas!
Check out our new paper, “Events structure information accessibility less in children than adults” in Cognition. In it, we show that children—like adults—appear to hold the details of recent experiences in mind during an event, but drop them when they perceive the beginning of a new event. They just don’t do this quite as well as adults. …
Lexi Decker triumphantly defended her dissertation,”Filling the gaps: How Attentional States Shape Memory Formation in Children and Adults.” We all wish you the best of luck starting your new Postdoc at MIT!