Fall 2019 Welcome Party
Spring 2019 Graduation Party
Celebrating Ross, Chris, and Lorena! Ross earned his MA and will be starting the PhD program at LSU. Chris completed his Bachelor’s degree and will be starting a job as a neuropsychology technician. Lorena (not pictured) completed her Bachelor’s and will be starting a post-bacc med school program. Congrats!
Fall 2018 Community Engagement
Members and friends of the Cog Neuro Lab participated in the Philadelphia Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s Disease.
Spring 2018 Graduation Party
Katherine, Emma, Tania, and Rachel celebrating the start of Emma’s internship!
INS 2012, Montreal
Greg Seidel presents his research on carotid stenosis, white matter disease, and cognition.
Joel Eppig examines clock drawing in people with MS.
Mary Iampietro explains the importance of visual episodic memory testing with the Biber-Glosser Figure Learning Test.
Neuropsychology on Ice!
INS 2010, Acapulco
Abbie presents her poster on the impact of cerebrovascular disease on the psychometric properties of neuropsychological tests.
Abbie, Colette, and Tania enjoying the conference… before heading to the beach.
Lab meeting in downtown Acapulco.
Lab meeting at the conference hotel.
Greg temporarily forgets all work deadlines and enjoys il mariachi!
INS 2008, Hawaii
Laura MacMullen presents on error detection in schizophrenia.
Brianne Magouirk Bettcher presents her study on error detection in dementia.
Katia Duey presents her work on the effect of Aricept on error detection and correction in dementia.
To cue or not to cue? Laura Brennan shows the effect of goal cues on everyday action in dementia.
No sequence violations made by these young scientists! Christine Nieves and Marykate Burke present their work on serial order errors in everyday tasks in dementia.
Krystle Karoscik presents her work on caregiver reports of everyday action impairment in dementia.
Fall 2007 Annual “What the %&@^# are you going to do with your life?” Lab Meeting
Summer 2007 Annual Lab Party
INS 2007, Portland, OR
Katia Duey and Rachel Kessler show the effects of Aricept on everyday action performance.
Laura Brennan presents her work on the effect of goal cues on everyday action.
Brianne Magourik Bettcher presents on error detection and correction in people with dementia.
Rachel Kessler describes the efficacy of user-centered adaptation for people with schizophrenia.
After the conference…
Nicole Sestito, Maria Shultheis, and Joe Ricker
Emily and Nicole Sestito
Laura Brennan and Katia Duey (Maiko upper right corner)
2006 Temple University College of Liberal Arts Awards
Laura Brennan was awarded the Bayne B. and Francis E. Iaacson Scholarship. Denene Wambach was awarded the Rose Kibrick Katz Student Advisor Award and the Political Science Merit Prize. Congratulations!
Laura Brennan proudly shows her award.
Denene Wambach graduates with honors and numerous awards.
Spring 2006 Annual Lab Party
Spring 2005 Annual Lab Party