2012 Student Poster Award Winners

Katie Burkhouse - Binghamton University, SUNY - PUPILLARY REACTIVITY TO EMOTIONAL STIMULI IN CHILDREN: THE ROLE OF MATERNAL DEPRESSION AND AGGREGATE GENETIC INFLUENCE

Eric Drollette - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - ACUTE EXERCISE MODULATES P3 AMPLITUDE FOR CHILDREN WHO NEED IT MOST: AN ERP STUDY OF INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES USING THE FLANKER TASK

Laura Drislane - Florida State University - TRAIT FEAR AND EXTERNALIZING UNIQUELY PREDICT PROBE P3 AMPLITUDE AND AFFECT-MODULATION IN COMMUNITY PARTICIPANTS

Rosa Gruetzmann - Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin - PERFORMANCE MONITORING IN OCD: DISSOCIATION OF ERN AND ACC ACTIVATION IN A COMBINED EEG/FMRI STUDY

Antonia Kaczkurkin - University of Minnesota - FEAR-POTENTIATED STARTLE ASSOCIATED WITH BEHAVIORAL AVOIDANCE IN A FEAR CONDITIONING PARADIGM

Jonathan Klaphake - University of Minnesota - ERN AMPLITUDE ASSOCIATIONS WITH LIFETIME SUBSTANCE USE AND ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR

Erin Maresh - University of Virginia - SOCIAL ANXIETY PREDICTS DECREASED NEURAL SELF-OTHER OVERLAP DURING THREAT TO UNFAMILIAR OTHERS

Eric Porges - University of Illinois at Chicago - RESTING VAGAL REGULATION PREDICTS TESTOSTERONE RESPONSES TO OBSERVED VIOLENCE

Mauricio Rangel-Gomez - VU University Amsterdam - THE DETECTION OF NOVELTY RELIES ON DOPAMINERGIC SIGNALING: EVIDENCE FROM APOMORPHINE'S IMPACT ON THE NOVELTY N2

Stefon van Noordt - Brock University - IT'S TIME FOR A CHANGE: EXAMINING ANTERIOR CINGULATE CORTEX ACTIVATION TO CUES SIGNALING SWITCHES IN RESPONSE CONTEXT

Anna Weinberg - Stony Brook University - HERITABILITY OF NEURAL INDICES OF EMOTION PROCESSING: EVIDENCE FROM EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS