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Michelle Rhoades, Elizabeth Stuprich, Danielle Hibbard, Sascha Clapper, and Caitlin Reilly presented research supervised by Nancy Rader at the L. Starling Reid Undergraduate Psychology Conference April 16th. Their trip was funded by the H&S Educational Grant Initiative, the University of Virginia, and the IC Psychology Department. Their papers have been published in the conference proceedings. The titles and authors of the papers are "Developmental Changes in Eye Gaze to a Speaker in Typically Developing Preschoolers" by M. Rhoades and E. Stuprich, "The Influence of Dynamic vs Static Gestures in Early Word Learning" by D. Hibbard, and "A Visual Cocktail Party Phenomenon: Intentional Filtering during Selective Attention" by S. Clapper and C. Reilly.

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