Click here to read Kimele’s new post for Psychonomics: “Call your first witness (and again and again…): Multiple trial viewings have no effect on eyewitness outcomes”!

Upcoming Conferences
Psychonomic Society’s 58th Annual Meeting: Vancouver, CA
Nov 9th – 12th, 2017

What did you eat for breakfast two weeks ago?

Chances are you probably don’t remember exactly what you ate, but you can make an educated guess based on your usual breakfast selections. In fact, often times our prior expectations and knowledge about the environment are used to help us perform a variety of tasks.

Our lab is broadly interested in how our prior expectations influence our memory and decision making. Specifically, our research addresses how expectations compensate for noisy and incomplete memory (e.g. for color or objects in scenes) and impact our decision making for the future (e.g. patient health choices).
Whats happening right now?
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  •  Congratulations Talia Robbins on her NIDCR ” Building Bridges” APS Convention travel award for her poster!
  • Congratulations Kimele Persaud on being appointed an Associate Digital Content Editor of the Psychonomic Society. click here to see Kimele’s Psychonomic webpage.
  • Congratulations Chrystal on being accepted into the Leadership Alliance Summer Program at Harvard. 
  • Prime Lab is featured in the Rutgers 250th celebration film! click here to see the clip at the 8:50 mark.
  • Congratulations to Pernille Hemmer on winning the prestigious NSF CAREER grant!