Matthew Matell, Ph.D Named Winner of the D.G. Marquis Award 2011!
This award is given annually to recognize the best paper of the year published in Behavioral Neuroscience, a journal of the American Psychological Association. Dr. Matell's paper was entitled "A heterogeneous population code for elapsed time in rat medial agranular cortex." He had several co-authors, including M.S. alumnus, A. George Wilson, and former post-doc, Cindy Gooch. The formal presentation of the award will take place at the APA convention in August.
Congratulations to Dr. Matell on this outstanding honor.
Pamela Blewitt, Ph.D Speaks at Bielefeld University, Germany
Dr. Blewitt gave an invited address "Growing Vocabulary in the Context of Shared Book Reading," at the Bielefeld University, Germany in March...Learn More
Michael Brown, Ph.D Publishes an Article in the Oxford Handbook Of Comparative Cognition
The article is entitled "Spatial Patterns: Behavioral Control and Cognitive Representation...Learn More
Charles Folk, Ph.D Named Editor-In-Chief of the journal Visual Cognition
Irene Kan, Ph.D Presents Talk at the annual meeting of Psychonomic Society
Staff Member Receives Villanova “Above and Beyond” Award!
Louise Carbone, Administrative Assistant in the Psychology Office, received the award on May 22, 2012 during the Villanova Community Picnic in Donohue Hall.
The recipients of this award will have performed a significant action or service that:
- Surpasses the requirements of their job description;
- Is voluntary;
- Is unexpectant of compensation in time off or payment.
Congratulations Louise! The Psychology Department is honored to have you as a member of our staff.