Presentations coming up…

  • Congratulations to the Carthage College Intro Psych instruction team who will be presenting at MISTOP on February 22nd. The talk will focus on using team teaching for large introductory classes.

Barhart, A., Cameron, E.L., Sylaska, K., Munk, D., & Robbins, A. (2019) The Benefits of Team-Teaching Introduction to Psychological Science. Talk to be presented at the 26th Annual Midwest Instutute for Students and Teachers of Psychology in Glen Elyn, IL

  • And congratulations to Kory Scherer, my thesis student, who will be presenting her research on category variability at the Midwestern Psychological Association meeting in April. It will be her first time presenting a poster at a regional conference! Way to go Kory!

Scherer, K.*, & Robbins, A. (2019) Exploring Ways to Quantify Heterogeneity of Appearance in Categories. Poster to be presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association Meeting in Chicago, IL (April 2019)

  • I will also be presenting at MPA. I will give a talk on my work that examined interactions between category variability and contextual cues in visual search.

Robbins, A., & Hout, M.C. (2019) Scene context facilitates search for heterogenous target categories. To be presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association meeting in Chicago, IL (April, 2019)