Welcome to the Memory, Attentional Control and Aging Lab!
Lab member Anie Mitchell was just awarded the Outstanding Sophomore Award for the 2019-2020 academic year! Well deserved Anie!
Congrats to Landry Smith and Jessica Runnels!!! Both have successfully completed their honors theses on expectancy effects in memory and disease memory effects in older adults, respectively. Stay tuned for their thesis arriving in a peer-reviewed journal shortly. Well done!!!
In advisement news, Dr. Huff was just recognized as USM's Drapeau Center for Undergraduate Research Mentor of the Year! This is an amazing honor which was only possible due to the very bright and motivated USM undergraduate students.
Updated Lab Pic! Spring 2020 Lab, DAYS before the COVID closure. VERY lucky to get this picture up!
Congrats to Landry Smith who was selected by the USM Drapeau Center for Undergraduate Research to attend the National Conference of Undergraduate Research in Bozeman, MT in March 2020! Landry was one of FOUR students selected through application and will receive an all-expenses paid trip to the center of the universe, but I am biased... MACA Lab represent!
Congratulations to Holly Estopinal for winning an Eagle SPUR award for Fall 2019! Way to go!
Spring 2019 is in the books! Lab end of the semester celebration is on the right!
2019 UGS Conference
Another great showing by the MACA lab at the annual undergraduate research conference in April! First place poster by Emily Cates and a first place talk by Landry Smith! Congratulations guys!
Emily Cates impresses the judges with her first place poster!
Landry Smith, Kyla Cosentino, Alyssa Di Mauro, Ashley Wood, and Laura Pazos presented posters at Psychonomics in NOLA! Collectively, the lab presented 3 posters. Way to showcase the lab's research!
The lab celebration dinner is on the right!
Emily Cates, Laura Pazos, Ashley Wood, and Landry Smith pose for pictures after a successful day!
2018 UGS Conference
Excellent showing by the MACA lab at the annual undergraduate research conference in April! First place poster by Landry Smith and Kyla Cosentino and second place poster by Emily Stahly (co-advised honors student and honorary lab member)! The award was nice, but the money was nicer!
Way to go team!
Landry and Kyla wow the crowd with their 1st place poster presentation.
Alyssa Di Mauro showing off the importance of semantic priming. #SPURWINNER
Congratulations to Laura Pazos who continues to pile up the accolades! She recently was selected as the School of Psychology's Outstanding Undergraduate Research Award winner and now has also been accepted to the Summer Workshop in Cognitive and Brain Sciences at the University of Delaware!
Way to go Laura! Makin' it rain!
Emily Stahly shows off her impressive photo-shopping skills on her way to a 2nd place prize!
Laura Pazos presenting Experiment 1 of her honors thesis.
Another successful Eagle SPUR application! Alyssa Di Mauro received funding to examine semantic activation effects in mediated false memories for Fall 2018!
The lab came to support Anastasia's PHENOMENAL poster presentation at this Spring's Undergraduate Research Conference. The data were very well received! Nice work Anastasia!
Congratulations to Anastasia Peach who recently won an Eagle SPUR grant to complete her project on processing effects on false memories for older adults!!!! Way to go!!!