Five members of the word lab will be presenting their research at the Experimental Psychology Society (EPS) meeting which will take place 8-10 July 2016 in Oxford.
The titles for the talks/poster (and links to the abstracts) can be found below:
‘Effects of Massed and Spaced Repetitions on Word-Meaning Priming’ [Talk] – Hannah N. Betts and Jennifer M. Rodd (University College London, UK).
‘Temporal Precision in Short-Term Memory for Spoken Word Sequences’ [Talk] – Rebecca A. Gilbert1, Graham J. Hitch2, and Tom Hartley2 (1University College London, UK; 2University of York, UK).
‘How easily can we learn new meanings for known words from stories?’ [Poster] – Rachael Hulme, Dasha Barsky, and Jennifer Rodd (University College London, UK). [Pdf]
‘The cognate facilitation effect depends on stimulus list composition’ [Talk] – Eva D. Poort and Jennifer M. Rodd (University College London, UK).
‘Comparing Error-Driven and Associative Accounts of Word-Meaning Priming’ [Talk] – Jennifer M. Rodd1, Rebecca A. Gilbert1, Jane E. Warren1, and Matthew H. Davis2 (1University College London, UK; 2MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, UK).