The Cognitive Communication Science Lab is currently recruiting graduate students (with or without MA). If you are interested in joining the lab, contact Richard Huskey at email@example.com. Funding is guaranteed for the duration of your PhD program. Conference and research travel funds are also available on a competitive basis.
Our lab is presenting research at three upcoming conferences. We hope you can make one of our talks!
Social & Affective Neuroscience Society (SANS) 2017
Amir, O., Huskey, R., Mangus, J. M., Swanson, R., Gordon, A., Khooshabeh, P., Weber, R. Moral intuitions elicit dissociable cortical activation. Date and time TBA
Amir, O., Huskey, R., Mangus, J. M., Swanson, R., Gordon, A., Khooshabeh, P., Weber, R. Trump versus Clinton: The Role of Moral Intuition Networks in Processing Political Attack Advertisements. Date and time TBA
Huskey, R., Craighead, B., Miller, M., & Weber, R. Cognitive control allocation is modulated by level of intrinsic reward: Results from three behavioral and one fMRI studies. Date and time TBA.
Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS) 2016
Huskey, R., Craighead, B., Miller, M., & Weber, R. (2017, March). Different levels of intrinsic reward modulate cognitive control allocation while performing a naturalistic behavioral task. Poster Session D, 3/27 8:00 – 10:00 am
The Cognitive Communication Science Lab received a Top Paper Award from the Communication Science and Biology Interest Group at the International Communication Association (ICA) for their paper: The Offramp Problem: Treating Media Psychology as an Insular Field Inhibits Theoretical and Empirical Progress. The paper is the result of a collaboration between researchers at The Ohio State University, Texas Tech University, and the University of California Santa Barbara. Authors include: Jacob Fisher, Justin Keene, Richard Huskey, and Rene Weber. This paper will be presented at the 2017 ICA annual meeting in San Diego, California.