Past Lab Meetings


Fall 2021

November 24, 2021

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

  • To Do:
    • Training: All instructions are on Asana
      • Sara: Clery Act, Reporting Child Abuse
      • Bowen: Compliance Training
      • Anjali: Compliance Training, Title IX

November 17, 2021 (Zoom)

  • Attending: Andrea, Rick, Anjali, Belle, Bowen, Kavya, Kayla, Sara, Shahir, Yiming, Kym
    • Absent: Maggie
  • Agenda:
  • To Do:
    • Training: All instructions are on Asana
      • Sara: Clery Act, Reporting Child Abuse
      • Bowen: Compliance Training
      • Anjali: Compliance Training, Title IX

November 10, 2021 (Zoom)

  • Attending: Andrea, Rick, Anjali, Belle, Bowen, Kavya, Kayla, Maggie, Sara, Shahir, Yiming
    • Excused: Kym
  • Agenda:
    • import databrary-volume-survey and begin R coding report
      • create table coder vs # files
      • need - number of volumes
    • second pass
      • all of the investigators_1 = volume_owner - create a row for each investigator for private volumes only - ARS
  • To Do:
    • Training: All instructions are on Asana
      • Yiming: Clery Act, Reporting Child Abuse, Compliance Training, Title IX
      • Sara: Clery Act, Reporting Child Abuse
      • Bowen: Compliance Training
      • Anjali: Compliance Training, Title IX
      • Kym: CITI Training, Compliance Training, Title IX

November 3, 2021 (Zoom)

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Iris, Anjali, Kavya, Kayla, Maggie, Shahir, Belle, Kym
    • Missing: Sara
  • Agenda:
    • What kind of volume analysis:
      • #files vs. sharing level
      • title quality vs. sharing level
    • Grant proposal - what do research participants understand about where their data is going to go, what do they want to happen to their data
  • To Do:
    • add your name/initials to git hub repository if it isn’t already there
    • finish phase I of Databrary volume survey
    • think about contexts in which you provide data
    • Training: All instructions are on Asana
      • Yiming: Clery Act, Reporting Child Abuse, Compliance Training, Title IX
      • Maggie: Clery Act, Reporting Child Abuse, Compliance Training, Title IX
      • Sara: Clery Act, Reporting Child Abuse
      • Iris: Compliance Training
      • Anjali: Compliance Training, Title IX
      • Kayla: Clery Act, Reporting Child Abuse
      • Kym: CITI Training, Compliance Training, Title IX
  • Next Week:
    • look at Databrary volume survey dataset
    • discuss papers

October 27, 2021 (Zoom)

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Sara, Iris, Anjali, Kavya, Kayla, Maggie, Shahir, Belle

  • Agenda:

    • Detailed Discussion of project looking at Databrary Volume
    • All training up to date for: Belle, Shahir, Kavya, Andrea
  • To Do:

    • All lab members
      • Log into Asana. Complete ALL training by 11/3/2021.
      • Complete volume coding for up to Volume 1000 by next week.

October 20, 2021 (Zoom)

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Sara, Iris, Anjali, Kavya, Kayla, Kym, Maggie, Shahir, Belle

  • Agenda:

  • To Do:

    • All lab members
      • Log into Asana. Complete ALL training by 10/27/2021.
      • Complete volume coding for 10 volumes before next week.
    • ARS - work out issues with Kayla Clery Act training. When they retake the training, the new training certificate and date do not appear.

October 13, 2021 (Zoom)

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Anjali, Kayla, Kym, Kavya, Iris, Shahir, Belle

  • Agenda:

  • To Do:

    • All lab members
      • Create Databrary Accounts and request Authorization from Rick O. Gilmore
      • Log into Asana. Make sure assigned training gets completed.
    • ARS - work out issues with Kayla Clery Act training. When they retake the training, the new training certificate and date do not appear.

October 6, 2021 (Zoom)

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Anjali, Kayla, Kym, Maggie, Shahir, Belle

  • Agenda:

    • Talk by Yiming Qian: Sex Differences in Motion Perception
  • Next Week:

    • Discuss project looking at Databrary Volumes and the information provided.
  • To Do:

    • All lab members
      • Create Databrary Accounts and request Authorization from Rick O. Gilmore
      • Log into Asana. Make sure assigned training gets completed.
    • ARS - work out issues with Kayla and Anjali Clery Act training. When they retake the training, the new training certificate and date do not appear.

September 28, 2021 (Zoom)

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Iris, Anjali, Kavya, Kayla, Maggie, Shahir, Yiming, Kym, Sara

  • Agenda:

    • Continue Discussing: Ossmy, O., Han, D., Kaplan, B. E., Xu, M., Bianco, C., Mukamel, R., & Adolph, K. E. (2021). Children do not distinguish efficient from inefficient actions during observation. Scientific Reports, 11(1), 18106. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-97354-9
  • To Do:

    • Log into Asana. Make sure assigned training gets completed.
    • Read: Sex Differences Paper - it will be shared via email and Discord

September 22, 2021 (Zoom)

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Iris, Anjali,Evan, Kavya, Kayla, Maggie, Shahir, Yiming

  • Agenda:

    • Discuss: Ossmy, O., Han, D., Kaplan, B. E., Xu, M., Bianco, C., Mukamel, R., & Adolph, K. E. (2021). Children do not distinguish efficient from inefficient actions during observation. Scientific Reports, 11(1), 18106. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-97354-9
  • To Do: Continue discussing this paper next week.

September 15, 2021 (Zoom)

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Iris, Anjali, Belle, Evan, Kavya, Kayla, Maggie, Shahir, Yiming

  • Agenda:

    • Discuss: Gilmore, R.O., & Qian, Y. (2021). An open developmental science will be more rigorous, robust, and impactful. Infant and Child Development. https://doi.org/10.1002/icd.2254.
    • Discuss Data sharing, access to journal articles, review of articles, fees of journals,
  • To Do:

    • Accept the invitation to join the lab Datacamp class
    • Finish updating Biographies
    • Complete assigned training
    • Read: Ossmy, O., Han, D., Kaplan, B. E., Xu, M., Bianco, C., Mukamel, R., & Adolph, K. E. (2021). Children do not distinguish efficient from inefficient actions during observation. Scientific Reports, 11(1), 18106. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-97354-9

September 8, 2021 (Zoom)

CANCELLED

September 1, 2021 (Zoom)

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Sara, Iris, Anjali, Evan, Kayla, Belle, Shahir, Kavya

  • Agenda:

    • Introduction of lab members
    • Review of current Lab Projects
    • Meeting notes will be kept here
  • To Do for next meeting:

    • Read: Gilmore, R.O., & Qian, Y. (2021). An open developmental science will be more rigorous, robust, and impactful. Infant and Child Development. https://doi.org/10.1002/icd.2254.
    • Write: Create or update your biography for the lab website. Instructions sent via Asana

Spring 2021 Meeting schedule

April 16, 2021 (Zoom)

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Anjali, Anna, Kayla, Kym, Rachel, Shahir
    • Excused: Maggie, Sara
  • Agenda:
    • Teams Discuss
      • Scholarsphere (Anna, Shahir, Anjali discussed)
        • anyone can use it
        • search bar is on the homepage
        • way to manage and keep research works for the future
        • each thing has a #of views graph - like this
        • many types of works (articles, book, poster, papers, datasets, thesis, etc.)
        • click to view .pdf
        • work history available for each work (versioning)
        • How are Featured Works selected?
        • Some works are open access and some are PSU only (I assume would need to log in to access)
        • What Difference between Library website and Scholarsphere site?
        • nice clean interface
      • Dataverse (Maggie, Sara)
      • ICPSR (Kym and Rachel discussed)
        • Health and nutrition
        • Excercise sets for use in classrooms - really like this!
        • Users - Universities, Non profits, research institutions
        • Improve - not sure how to get the data, is membership needed?
        • pay annual subscription fee (PSU is a subscriber)
        • video introduction - likes this!
          • how to search for data
          • what is ICPSR?
          • Need - how to gain access
        • not student friendly - how to do use the site
    • Discuss paper and view different types of displays.

April 13, 2021 - Tuesday Work Session

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Shahir, Sara, Yiming, Anna, Sydney, Rachel
  • Agenda:
  • To Do:
    • For Each Data repository give a tour and answer the following questions for Friday
      • Who is the audience?
      • What kind of data and materials are stored there?
      • Why is it important (or to whom)?
      • Are there data here that you could imagine wanting to use for a project? Why or why not?
      • Does the repository have features that seem really important for repositories in general?

April 9, 2021 (Zoom)

  • Attending: Andrea, Yiming, Anjali, Anna, Kayla, Kym, Rachel, Sara
    • Excused: Shahir
    • Absent: Maureen, Michelle
  • Agenda:
    • Work Session - Independent paper reviews assigned by Yiming.
  • To Do:
    • Review Data Repositories
    • Answer these questions:
      • Who is the audience?
      • What kind of data and materials are stored there?
      • Why is it important (or to whom)?
      • Are there data here that you could imagine wanting to use for a project? Why or why not?
      • Does the repository have features that seem really important for repositories in general?
    • Read this paper and be prepared to discuss on Friday April 16, 2021
      • Hadad, B., Schwartz, S., Maurer, D., & Lewis, T. L. (2015). Motion perception: a review of developmental changes and the role of early visual experience. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 9, 49. https://doi.org/10.3389/fnint.2015.00049

March 26, 2021 (Zoom)

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Anjali, Anna, Kayla, Kym, Maureen, Rachel, Sara, Shahir
  • Agenda:
    • Review - Hobbies Visualization completed by Shahir
    • Yiming reviewed 2 papers that had conflicting responses in the paper meta-analysis
      • continue to dig through jargon
    • Options to access R
      • Install locally
      • Liberal Arts Site for accessing R? (Could not find reference to this-ARS)
      • Access from Computer lab on Campus
  • To Do:
    • Everyone complete some type of hobbies visualization to begin utilizing R. These will be reviewed net week.

March 19, 2021 (Zoom)

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Anjali, Anna, Kayla, Kym, Maureen, Rachel, Sara, Shahir
  • Agenda
    • Administrative - Anna and Sydney still cannot get Global Protect to work on her personal computer
    • Datacamp - people still working in initial R - ARS needs to assign Data Visualization
    • Motion Metaanalysis updates
    • How to take screen shots
      • Mac (click for detailed instructions)
        • portion of screen - Press and hold Shift + Command + 4
        • whole screen - Press and hold Shift + Command + 3
      • Windows (click for detailed instructions)
        • portion of screen - Press and hold Windows + Shift + S
        • only one window - Click on the title bar of the window that you want to capture. Press Alt + PrtScn or Alt + Fn + PrtScn
        • whole screen - Press Windows logo key + PrtScn
      • Screen shots are typically saved in
    • Review a paper together
    • Shahir has updates to Rmd document for hobbies - discuss next wee at worksessions or weekly meeting.

March 12, 2021

Enjoy a day off!

March 4, 2021 (Zoom)

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Anjali, Kym, Sara, Shahir, Anna, Maureen, Kayla
  • Agenda
    • Discuss
      • Hobbies Data and updates made last week
        • notes in hobbies.Rmd
        • leave good instructions
      • Paper Coding
  • To Do:
    • everyone pick a few hobbies to compare using the hobbies_visualization_template.Rmd
    • keep reading papers and categorizing them

February 26, 2021 (Zoom)

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Kym, Sara, Shahir, Anjali, Maureen, Michelle, Rachel, Kayla, Anna
  • Agenda:
    • Updates
      • Shahir - PDFs updated on paperpile and create protocol
      • Anjali - Update hobbies csv - M/F, major - ARS uploaded upated CSV
    • Discuss Paper coding - Yiming
      • Each person needs to be assigned a paper.
      • Use the coding google form to complete the coding
      • Instructions for getting into paperpile are on Discord

February 12, 2021 (Zoom)

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Kym, Sara, Shahir, Anna, Maureen, Michelle, Rachel, Kayla
  • Agenda
    • Discuss
      • Protocols (why do we document?, video protocol, IRB)
      • Hobbies Data
  • To Do:
    • Read Lippa, R., & Connelly, S. (1990). Gender diagnosticity: A new Bayesian approach to gender-related individual differences. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 59(5), 1051–1065. https://doi.org/10.1037/0022-3514.59.5.1051 PDF
  • Next Meeting:
    • Review the Sex Differences IRB protocol

January 29, 2021 (Zoom)

January 22, 2021 (Zoom)

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Maureen, Anna, Rachel, Sara, Anjali,Michelle, Kayla, Shahir, Kymberle
    • Excused: Maureen
    • Separate Meeting time: Sydney
  • Agenda
    • Introductions
    • Overview of projects this semester
    • Select one other 1 hour block for each student to participate in lab projects

Fall 2020 Meeting schedule

27 October 2020 (Zoom)

  • Attending:
  • Agenda
    • Discuss:

20 October 2020 (Zoom)

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Maggie, Emily, YIming, Rachel, Kayla, Anna, Shahir, Sara, Anjali, Chelsea
  • Agenda
    • Discuss: Bassett, D. S., Cullen, K. E., Eickhoff, S. B., Farah, M. J., Goda, Y., Haggard, P., Hu, H., Hurd, Y. L., Josselyn, S. A., Khakh, B. S., Knoblich, J. A., Poirazi, P., Poldrack, R. A., Prinz, M., Roelfsema, P. R., Spires-Jones, T. L., Sur, M., & Ueda, H. R. (2020). Reflections on the past two decades of neuroscience. Nature Reviews. Neuroscience, 21(10), 524–534. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41583-020-0363-6
  • To Do: Read new paper for next week

13 October 2020 CANCELLED

6 October 2020 (Zoom)

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Sara, Emily, Rachel, Yiming, Kayla, Anjali, Anna, Shahir
    • Excused/Sick: Chelsea, Maggie
  • Agenda
    • Discuss R Awesomeness and Woes
      • Emily’s code
      • lapply, strsplit
      • Yiming - Weibull_MLM code
      • .Rmd - allows you to combine R code, figures, text into one file

29 September 2020 (Zoom)

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Chelsea, Kayla, Sara, Maggie, Rachel, Anna, Anjali, Shahir
    • Post Meeting: Michelle
  • Agenda
  • To Do
    • Create GitHub account if you don’t already have one, share name with ARS
    • Keep working on R
    • Bring to class: something that is cool that you learned OR something you are struggling with. We will screen share.

22 September 2020 (Zoom)

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Chelsea, Kayla, Sara, Maggie, Rachel, Anna, Anjali, Shahir
    • Excused: Emily
    • Post Meeting: Michelle
  • Agenda
    • Discuss
      • Mounoud, P., Viviani, P., Hauert, C. A., & Guyon, J. (1985). Development of visuomanual tracking in 5- to 9-year-old boys. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 40(1), 115–132. https://doi.org/10.1016/0022-0965(85)90068-2. Annotatable PDF.
      • Review DataCamp courses, send email to Andrea about where you want to start (in R) and one other course
      • Review lab web site, and make at least one annotation or comment
  • To Do
    • Work on your R Assignment on DataCamp.

15 September 2020 (Zoom)

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Maggie, Anna, Chelsea, Sara, Anjali, Kayla, Shahir
    • Post Meeting: Michelle, Emily Rachel
  • Agenda
    • Discuss Biographies
    • Communication Tools
      • Asana, Discord - Everyone Joined
      • Datacamp - join Psych 494 Research Studies Fall 2020 group space - Emily
      • Hypothes.is - join new gilmore-lab space. Link posted in Discord
    • Training Status Update
      • CITI - Maureen, Sara, Kayla, Shahir
      • Clery Act - Yiming, Sara, Emily, Kayla, Shahir
      • Reporting Child Abuse - Yiming, Sara, Emily, Anjali, Michelle, Kayla, Shahir
      • Two more trainings, Title IX and Annual Compliance Training will be assigned
    • To Do
      • Visuomanual tracking lit review, read and discuss next week: Mounoud, P., Viviani, P., Hauert, C. A., & Guyon, J. (1985). Development of visuomanual tracking in 5- to 9-year-old boys. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 40(1), 115–132. https://doi.org/10.1016/0022-0965(85)90068-2.
        • Who (were the participants), what (did they do), what (was measured), what (was found), why (should we care), what (does it mean)
      • Review DataCamp courses, send email to Andrea about where you want to start (in R) and one other course
      • Review lab web site, and make at least one annotation or comment

8 September 2020 (Zoom)

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Anjali, Emily, Kayla, Anna, Shahir, Maureen, Yiming, Chelsea, Rachel, Sara
    • Excused: Michelle
  • Agenda
    • Status of Joining Useful Tools
      • Discord - 1 missing
      • Asana - everyone joined
      • Hypothes.is - 7 missing from group space
    • Webpage Biography
    • Rick gave practice presentation here
  • To Do
    • Write Biography and send to the Lab Email - Due Date 9/15/2020
    • Training requirements (CITI, Clery Act, Reporting Child Abuse) will be sent via Asana - Due Date 9/22/2020

1 September 2020 (Zoom)

Spring 2020

April 6, 2020

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Michelle, Chelsea

  • Agenda:

    • What is everybody up to?

March 30, 2020

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Michelle, Emily, Luka

  • Agenda:

    • What is working well and what is not:
      • Needs to be more organized…some classes putting tons of work on line others, nothing
      • Hard to remember when things are due when professors don’t put it on Canvas. Sylabus has changed, but Canvas wasn’t updated.
      • Transition worked pretty well, communication and logistics could be better
      • Some classes don’t meet by zoom at all or maybe once a week, but watching lots of videos of power point slides with professor narrating over it.
    • R code
      • Census data

March 9, 2020

Spring Break - No Meeting

March 2, 2020

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Michelle, Emily, Amar, Luka, Sandy

  • Agenda:

    • Poster Groups: Finalize groups and topics for presentation
      • Michelle - Play pilot metadata - poster on Overleaf.com
      • Emily - Pire Project
      • Amar, Sandy, Luka - BehAV
        • Compare OpenPose, OpenFace, and human observer using Datavyu
          • Front, side, oblique, down, up Views
            • rules for each situation
            • full head in view = mom head (information to read a facial expression) and baby head, two separate coding columns
    • DataCamp
    • Review Sex Differences QA

To Do: - Ouakinin, S. (2016). Teaching Psychology in Medicine: The Context, Methodologies and Doctor’s Professional Identity. Acta medica portuguesa, 29(12), 867–874. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.20344/amp.8384 - move to week after Psi Chi is due - Record Experimenter Name in Expermineter Note question of Qualtrics Survey - ARS add to protocol - Update stereo acuity to include instructions for when participant has difficulty - Yiming - Investigate motion staircase 383 and 20191204095223578: handedness, %correct - Add Line on both walls to line chair up - PSU X-ling 4/3/2020 9am 127 Moore - Emily presenting talk - open to everyone - poster session 1-3pm hub

February 24, 2020

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Emily, Yiming, Amar
    • Sick: Rachel, Sandy (Work), Luka
    • Absent: Chelsea, Michelle
  • Agenda:
    • Sex Differences
      • Review Test Session Protocol (html) (Rmd)
      • Look at participant plots for Temporal Threshold and Contrast Sensitivity results
    • Discuss BehAV project coding
  • To Do:
    • ARS: Change protocol to copy data every day - Andrea or Yiming will do this - note on discord when it is complete at the end of the day. DONE 2020-02-26
    • Procedure needed for checking what happened eg. 2 files same participant number
    • ARS: Check with Rachel participant 389 - why aren’t there 2 files

February 17, 2020

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Emily, Chelsea, Rachel, Amar
    • Excused - Michelle
    • Absent - Sandy, Luka
  • Agenda:
  • To Do:
    • Come up with ideas for Poster presenation.

February 10, 2020

NO MEETING :)

February 3, 2020

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Michelle, Rachel
    • Excused: Luka, Sandy, Amar
    • Missing: Emily, Chelsea
  • Agenda:
    • Type I (false positive), Type II (false negative) and statistical power
    • Update on Sex Differences Project
      • Data collection status
      • Harmonizing data

January 27, 2020

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Michelle, Emily, Chelsea, Sandy, Luka, Rachel
    • Missing: Yiming, Amar
  • Agenda:
    • Introductions
    • Submit 1-2 projects to the Psi Chi conference
      • Application due March 16 by 5:00pm
      • Conference on April 9, 2-4:30 pm, The Moore Building Atrium
    • Overview of projects
    • Plan for semester
  • Next Meeting:
    • Schedule presentation for Sandy/Amar
    • Emily present posterdown 2/10/2020
    • Read paper

Fall 2019

December 12, 2019

  • 8:00am Breakfast at the Waffle Shop

December 5, 2019

Meeting Cancelled

November 28, 2019 - No Lab

Happy Thanksgiving

November 21, 2019

  • Attending
    • Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Rachel, Emily, Michelle
    • Excused: Amar, Joseph
  • Agenda
    • Review post processing procedures and QA
      • Possible Qualtrics Survey Changes (in new year)
        • add ‘researcher notes’ to end of Qualtrics survey to note any issues with filenaming, experimenter error, restarting the task, etc…
        • start the file name with 9 instead of 2019, keep month, day, hour, minutes, seconds
        • do not keep the 2 digit random variable that Qualtrics makes
        • change 2 digit random variable to m or c based upon the task run

November 20, 2019 12 - 1:30

  • Lab Ice Skating at Pegula Arena $5 to skate and $5 to rent skates

November 14, 2019

  • Attending
    • Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Rachel, Michelle, Amar, Luka
    • Excused: Emily
  • Review of first day of Data collection
    • Good
      • Started data collection. Yay. We have begun
      • found small errors in protocol (e.g. need chair w/o wheels, protocol document)
      • randomization scheme for visual display works
    • Improve
      • Debriefing for after study complete - add to protocol
    • Other Notes
      • Keep track of gender and stop requestin in sona once we reacy 150 participants of each gender
      • look into BoxR Api to pull box data to TLT server
      • qualtrics post processing needs as QA
      • worked on QA for abramov replication during meeting

November 7, 2019

  • Attending
    • Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Emily, Rachel, Amar, Michelle
    • Excused: Luka
  • Agenda
    • Emily and Rachel presenting paper: Chien, Y.-L., Hsieh, M. H., & Gau, S. S.-F. (2019). P50-N100-P200 sensory gating deficits in adolescents and young adults with autism spectrum disorders. Progress in neuro-psychopharmacology & biological psychiatry, 95, 109683. Retrieved from https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.pnpbp.2019.109683

October 31, 2019

October 24, 2019

October 17, 2019

  • Attending
    • Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Rachel, Luka, Michelle, Amar
    • Excused: Emily
  • Agenda
    • Discuss R
      • Sex Differences Study - Protocol and Termiology
      • factors - category of some type of measure with a label
  • Future Meeting
    • 11/7/2019 - Emily and Rachel will present: Chien, Y.-L., Hsieh, M. H., & Gau, S. S.-F. (2019). P50-N100-P200 sensory gating deficits in adolescents and young adults with autism spectrum disorders. Progress in neuro-psychopharmacology & biological psychiatry, 95, 109683. Retrieved from https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.pnpbp.2019.109683
    • Amar and Sandy will present:
  • To Do
    • ARS send literature review protocol to Yiming

October 10, 2019

  • Attending
    • Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Emily, Joseph, Amar
    • Excused: Sandy
  • Agenda
    • Yiming will give a practice master’s presentation today

October 3, 2019

  • Attending
    • Rick, Yiming, Emily, Michelle, Amar, Andrea
    • Excused: Sandy, Luka, Rachel
  • Agenda
    • Continue discussion of Abramov et al. 2012
    • Our study
      • notate those with color deficiency instead of removing them from study
      • show mean and actual value graphs side by side

September 26, 2019

  • Attending
    • Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Luka, Amar, Rachel, Joseph
    • Excused: Emily, Michelle, Sandy
  • Agenda

September 19, 2019

  • Attending
    • Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Luka, Rachel, Emily, Michelle, Amar
  • Agenda
    • Status Update
    • Sex Differences
      • lit review
      • create/update protocol for lit review (ars)
    • R bootcamp - Slow R
    • Instructions to log on to VPN for off campus
  • To Do
    • Read paper for next week 9/26/2019
      • Abramov, I., Gordon, J., Feldman, O., & Chavarga, A. (2012). Sex & vision I: Spatio-temporal resolution. Biology of sex differences, 3(1), 20. bsd.biomedcentral.com. Retrieved from https://dx.doi.org/10.1186/2042-6410-3-20
    • Finish up assigned items on Asana
    • Start Datacamp assignments
      • Log in > go to PSYCH 494 Research Studies > Assignments

September 12, 2019

  • Attending
    • Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Luka, Michelle, Emily, Rachel, Amar
  • Agenda
  • To Do:
    • Online Training: CITI, Clery, Reporting Child Abuse
    • Biography in r markdown format saved as a .txt file including professional interests and 1 personal interest in addition to a picture if you like.
    • Use Discord to contact us

September 5, 2019, 467 Moore

  • Attending
    • Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Emily, Rachel, Michelle, Luka, Amar,
  • Agenda
    • Introductions
    • Summary of active projects
    • Goals
      • Learn R, Python, Datavyu
  • To Do:
    • Online Training: CITI, Clery, Reporting Child Abuse
    • Biography in r markdown format saved as a .txt file including professional interests and 1 personal interest in addition to a picture if you like.

Spring 2019

2019-04-16

  • Attending: Yiming, Andrea, Sarah, Michelle, Rick, Ashton
  • Agenda:
    • Lab Name (Google doc with terms)
    • How did the Psi Chi (\(\Psi\chi\)) presentations go?
    • Poster Presentation - Michelle
  • Next Meeting: 4/30/2019 at Waffle Shop!
  • Upcoming Events:
    • 4/17/2019 - Lab Ice Skating, Pegula Ice Arena Community Rink, 12-1:30, $5 to skate, $5 rental
    • 4/30/2019 - Lab Breakfast Meeing 8:00am Waffle Shop

2019-04-09

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Ashton, Michelle, Zhichun
  • Agenda:
  • Next Week:
    • Michelle Presenting
  • Upcoming Events:
    • 4/11/2019 - Penn State Psi Chi Research Conference, 2-4:30 pm, in the Moore Building Lobby
    • 4/17/2019 - Lab Ice Skating, Pegula Ice Arena Community Rink, 12-1:30, $5 to skate, $5 rental
    • End of Semester Lab Breakfast Tuesday 4/30

2019-04-02

  • Attending: Andrea, Yiming, Ashton, Michelle, Sarah
  • Agenda:
    • Psi Chi project status review
    • Yiming continue to talk about ASD biological motion paper.

2019-03-26

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Zhichun, Ashton, Michelle
  • Agenda:
    • Yiming present paper about biological motion and ASD: Freitag, C. M., Konrad, C., Häberlen, M., Kleser, C., von Gontard, A., Reith, W., Troje, N. F., et al. (2008). Perception of biological motion in autism spectrum disorders. Neuropsychologia, 46(5), 1480–1494. Elsevier. Retrieved from https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2007.12.025
  • Notes:
    • PsiChi Conference is April 11.
    • Any accepted posters must be sent for printing by April 8.
  • To Do:
    • Read the paper that was presented today for next week

2019-03-19

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Sarah, Sandy, Michelle
  • Agenda:
    • Review Psi Chi abstracts
      • Object Play
        • look at hand grasp (R,L,both)/let go, stack/unstack
        • focus on fine movements related to grasping and manipulating, particularly interested in unimanual vs. bimanual, what kinds of actions (manual exploration, looking inside, stacking, drinking)
      • Gait Style
        • crawling bout = start until change of posture or stop then start again?
        • code hand at onset
        • static image of contralteral crawling
        • table of how much time was spent crawling
        • timeseries graph
      • Play Pilot Questionnaire
        • amount of time of sleep vs time from crawling to walking and color coded by type of childcare
    • To Do:
      • Complete Empirical Research Application for submission.
      • Email a copy to Andrea and Yiming for review on or before Wednesday morning at 8am.
      • file name: psychi_NAME_2019-03-21-v01
      • submissions due Friday March 22, 2019 before 6:00 pm

2019-03-12

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Sarah, Ashton, Sandy, Michelle, Zhichun
  • Agenda:
    • Review how to pull PLAY metadata (or any metadata) directly from the Databrary Spreadsheet and visualize using RStudio
    • Discuss Psi Chi projects
      • Sarah
        • project: locomotion crawling/walking type 12 month olds (3 participants) (hand/knees crawling - contralateral vs. unilateral, start with left or right)
        • create protocol document Crawling Mode
      • Ashton/Sandy/Zhichun
        • project: view videos of stacking cups, solitary play
          • goal oriented motor movement = stacking/unstacking duration
        • create protocol document Object Play
      • Michelle
        • project: correlation walking/crawling vs. sleep from parent report and metadata
        • create protocol document
  • Next Meeting:
    • Bring Draft Abstracts (https://sites.psu.edu/psichi/research-conference-2/)
      • Questions on the application include:
        1. What is the title of your submission?

        2. Briefly, what is the problem or major purpose of your research?

        3. What procedures did you use?

        4. What results did you expect? What did you find?

        5. Briefly, what tables/figures do you plan to show?

        6. Please list what references you already have (this can be a working list).

        7. Please include a brief and thoughtful paragraph or two describing the importance of your research and its contribution to the field of psychology. Any personal interest in the topic may be included here.

    • new due date March 22, 2019

2019-02-26

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Zhichun, Sarah, Ashton
  • Agenda:
    • Discuss Psi Chi projects
      • Sarah:
        • Project: Play 1 hr videos, observing crawling types and see if it is related to handedness
          • Can we use Biopoints for videos?
        • Next Steps:
          • Have a coding scheme, do they need to be used in one coding column or separate columns or a combination.
      • Ashton, Sandy, Zhichun: Fine Motor Development
        • Videos: Stacking Cups
          • Staking vs. Unstacking
          • Transcripts (look at word bank for babies)
        • Next Steps
      • Michelle: Questionnaire Data
        • Statistics based upon age groups (12, 18, 24 months)
        • Next Steps:
          • Find actual questionnaire. (ARS to do)
          • determine which statistics to look at.

2019-02-19

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Sarah, Yiming, Ashton, Zhichun
  • Agenda:
    • Moco Psychophysics presentation by Yiming
  • To do: Submit a brief summary of Psi Chi project idea to Dr. Gilmore before 2/22.

2019-02-05

Using databraryapi with PLAY pilot data

To install databraryapi from its GitHub repository into your RStudio project:

devtools::install_github("PLAY-behaviorome/databraryapi")
# load databraryapi
library(databraryapi)

2019-01-29

2019-01-15

Goals

Possible readings

Schedule

2018-12-07

9:00am - Breakfast at the Waffle Shop Downtown

2018-11-30

  • Attending: Andrea, Yiming, Sandy, Rick, Michelle, Ashton
  • Agenda:
    • Discuss: Land, M., Mennie, N., & Rusted, J. (1999). The roles of vision and eye movements in the control of activities of daily living. Perception, 28(11), 1311–1328. Retrieved from https://dx.doi.org/10.1068/p2935 (Ashton & Sandy lead). Github
  • Next Meeting:
    • Breakfast at the Waffle Shop Downtown, 9am

2018-11-23

THANKSGIVING BREAK - No Meeting

2018-11-16

SNOW DAY! - No Meeting

2018-11-09

2018-11-02

2018-10-26

2018-10-19

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Michelle, Sarah, Ashton
  • Agenda:
    • Yiming present the MOCO project
    • Next project meta analysis neural and behavioral literature
  • Next week:
    • Meta analysis of motion
    • Developmental research methods

2018-10-12

NO MEETING TODAY

2018-10-05

NO MEETING TODAY

2018-09-28

  • Attending: Rick, Ashton, Sandy, Zhichun, Michelle
  • Agenda:
    • Lab Activities: (mainly R) - Who has done it, how’s it going, do we like it
    • Dr. Gilmore won’t be here next week - going to a conference
      • discussed Devsec (the conference he’s going to)
    • Secondary data - our knowledge of it; pros and cons
    • Poster that was made for databrary and datavyu (PLAY Project)
    • Databrary play coding (this is what he will be discussing during the conference)
  • Next Meeting:
    • No meeting on 10/5 - Dr. Gilmore will be at the conference

2018-09-21

2018-09-14

2018-09-07 Friday (350 Moore!)

2018-08-29 Wednesday

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Yiming, Michelle, Ashton
  • Agenda:
  • Next Meeting:
    • Wednesday, 9/5, 9a, 444 Moore

Spring 2018

Goals

  • Submit posters to Psi Chi conference on the “size matters” project, infant MOCO, PLAY.
  • Submit papers from infant MOCO, child/adult MOCO psychophysics
  • Analyze the child MOFO
  • Train on locomotion coding on PLAY pilots
  • Learn more about jupyter notebooks and python
  • Read more primary source papers
  • Turn data from “size matters” into a Shiny app
  • Write/edit LaTex posters in RMarkdown
  • Discuss new federal regulations, Common Rule

Let’s read

Schedule

2018-05-03 Breakfast

  • Lab breakfast 8:30am at E. College Waffle Shop

2018-04-26 No Meeting

2018-04-19 Thursday

2018-04-12 Thursday

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Sarah, Charmi, Alyssa
  • Agenda
    • Practice Poster Presentations
      • Infant brain responses differentiate between optic flow patterns and motion speeds - Alyssa
      • Reanalyzing Shared Data about Brains and Behavior - Charmi
    • Review Databrary API - Package to interact with Databrary using R
      • devtools::load_all() - use to load tool
        • summarize_demog(volume = VOLNUMBER)
        • download videos
        • BUG: list_assets_by_type (type = “text”)
        • list_people: only show authorized people
        • instructions: github PLAY-behaviorome
        • can 2 different accounts be logged in at the same time?

2018-03-22 Thursday

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Sarah, Charmi, Alyssa
  • Agenda
    • Posters for upcoming undergraduate conferences
      • Charmi and Alyssa will submit Friday
    • Diagnose issue with PLAY pilot crawling and walking onsets (ROG)
      • Review videos for issues with locomotion.csv to confirm survey answers
    • Give Rick feedback about IBAD paper plots.
    • Discuss: Ballard, D. H., Hayhoe, M. M., & Pelz, J. B. (1995). Memory representations in natural tasks. Journal of cognitive neuroscience, 7(1), 66–80. Retrieved from https://dx.doi.org/10.1162/jocn.1995.7.1.66

2018-03-15 Thursday

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Sarah, Charmi, Amber, Alyssa
  • Agenda
    • Discuss:
      • Databrary User Growth Plot
        • How to create plot using R
        • Aesthetic feedback provided
      • Galaxy S9 - New Camera Phone with Iris
      • Fortenbaugh, F. C., Hicks, J. C., Hao, L., & Turano, K. A. (2006). High-speed navigators: Using more than what meets the eye. Journal of vision, 6(5), 565–579. Retrieved from https://dx.doi.org/10.1167/6.5.3
      • databrary-r-api overview - Shared data in one or more repositories that can be easily accessed, visualized, and analyzed because the data are in a common format. A new way interact with data on Databrary
      • R commands to access Databrary
  • Next Meeting:

2018-03-01 Thursday

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Sarah, Charmi, Alyssa
  • Agenda
    • Discuss:
      • Talk about RIDIR NSF submission - for research infrastructure
      • Project Updates
        • Infant MOCO
          • outline paper
          • switch from R server to RStudio local
        • Map of PLAY project locations
          • ggmap using census data
          • Create Shiny App - In progress
        • PLAY pilot data survey results and workflow analysis to aid in future data collection
      • Chapter 2 - Gibson, J. J. (2014). The Ecological Approach to Visual Perception: Classic Edition. Psychology Press.
      • Galaxy S9 - New Camera Phone with Iris
  • Next Meeting: 3/15/2018
    • Pick K. Adolph paper and find related videos on Databrary - crawling vs. walking

2018-02-22 Thursday

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Sarah, Charmi, Amber, Quendresa, Alyssa
  • Agenda
  • Next Meeting
    - Time to contact issues in different sports - Difference between aiming and steering, balance, object manipulation - Vision testing tools - Teller Acuity Cards
  • Next Meeting

2018-02-15 Thursday

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Alyssa, Sarah, Amber, Charmi
  • Agenda
  • Next Meeting
    • read: Lee, D. N., & Reddish, P. E. (1981). Plummeting gannets: a paradigm of ecological optics. Nature, 293, 293. Nature Publishing Group. Retrieved from https://dx.doi.org/10.1038/293293a0
    • Discuss Teller Acuity Cards and Stereo Vision Tests

2018-02-08 Thursday

  • Attending: Rick, Andrea, Charmi, Amber, Alyssa, Sarah
  • Agenda
  • Next Meeting
    • Read paper on Visual Acuity

2018-02-01 Thursday

  • Attending:
  • Agenda
    • Reports
      • Lab Dinner graduate recruit - Monday 2/12 @ 5:45 pm @ The Field
    • Discuss
      • Jackson, A.F., & Bolger, D. J. (2014) The neurophysiological bases of EEG and EEG measurement: a review for the rest of us. Psychophysiology. 2014 Nov;51(11):1061-71. Retrieved from https://dx.doi.org/10.1111/psyp.12283. Epub 2014 Jul 17.
  • Next Meeting

2018-01-25 Thursday

  • Agenda
    • Reports
      • Psi Chi dates
        • Deadlines: Application due March 23rd at 4:00 pm
        • Conceptual or Empirical research application: Submit as an email attachment (MS Word document) to by March 23, 2018 by 6 PM.
        • Need to figure out what questions were more important in the domain in order to extract data from.
        • Psi Chi Conference Date: April 12th 2-4:30pm
      • Undergrad conference dates
        • Poster Presentation—traditional research poster
        • Performance—Limited to 5 minutes
        • Oral Presentation (1 slide/visual, 5 minutes)—students will present their research/creative work in 5 minutes using 1
        • PowerPoint slide or 1 visual display (i.e. an original piece of visual art)
        • Entries will be accepted February 12-March 28, 2018
        • Poster Presentation Date: April 18th, 5-8pm
      • Discuss: Cohen, M. X. (2017). Where Does EEG Come From and What Does It Mean? Trends in Neurosciences, 40(4), 208–218. Retrieved from https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.tins.2017.02.004. | Notes |
  • Next Meeting
    • Jackson, A.F., & Bolger, D. J. (2014) The neurophysiological bases of EEG and EEG measurement: a review for the rest of us. Psychophysiology. 2014 Nov;51(11):1061-71. Retrieved from https://dx.doi.org/10.1111/psyp.12283. Epub 2014 Jul 17.
    • Talk about the grant that Dr. Gilmore is writing about testing different brain measuring equipment

2018-01-18 Thursday

  • Agenda
    • Goal-setting
    • Assign Psi Chi submission info and report (Sarah)
    • Info about undergrad research conference (Charmi)
    • Discuss jupyter notebooks and Rick’s preliminary work on pliers, a tool to apply computer vision/machine learning tools to images, video, and audio.
  • Next meeting

Fall 2017

2017-11-30

  • Attending
    • Rick, Andrea, Charmi, Sarah, Alyssa
  • Agenda
    • Announcements
      • Lab breakfast next Thursday, 2017-12-7 at E. College Waffle Shop
    • Old business
  • Attending
    • Rick, Minnie, Andrea, Charmi, Alyssa
  • Agenda

2017-11-02

2017-10-26

2017-10-12

2017-10-05

2017-09-28

2017-09-14

  • Agenda
    • Attending
      • Rick, Andrea, Alyssa, Charmi, Bin
    • Old business
      • ACI-ICS account creation
        • Lab rstudio projects are in /storage/home/rog1/rstudio/
        • Log in to https://rstudio.aci.ics.psu.edu
        • From RStudio, open “Tools/Shell…”
        • At command line, enter “pwd” and hit ENTER
        • Then enter “cd /storage/home/rog1/rstudio”
      • DataCamp
      • Databrary
    • New business
      • Assign staff to teams
      • Lab how-tos
        • On-boarding: CITI, Child Abuse, Databrary, ACI-ICS
        • Slack, Asana, DataCamp, PaperPile
    • Next week
      • Rick’s talk about optic flow, probably based on this

2017-09-05

  • Agenda
  • Attending
    • Rick, Andrea, Andrew, Charmi, Alyssa, Bin LIAO

2017-08-31

  • Agenda
    • Meeting time
      • Move to 8:15 am on Tuesdays, starting 9/5.
    • Goals for the semester
      • Read and understand primary literature
    • Announcements
  • Attending
    • Rick, Andrea, Alyssa (2nd year in lab), Lena, Bin, Andrew

Next Meeting: March 14, 2017

  • Katie’s report on Paperpile
  • Read and discuss (Rick, Daved, Michael leads)
    • Warren, W. H. (2009). How do animals get about by vision? Visually controlled locomotion and orientation after 50 years. British Journal of Psychology, 100(S1), 277–281. https://doi.org/10.1348/000712609X414150
  • No meeting 2017-03-21

Spring 2017 Lab Meeting Minutes

Fall 2016

  • 2016-10-25
    • Attending - Rick, Andrea, Amber, Alyssa, Sam, Michael O., Shivani, Michelle
    • Agenda
      • Discuss figures for moco behavioral child and adult data
      • Discuss Child Study Center talk
  • 2016-10-11
    • Attending - Rick, Andrea, Amber, Daved, Michael O., Katie, Hifzah, Alyssa, Michelle
    • Agenda
    • Action Items
      • Write Biography in Markdown Format for lab website - Markdown Cheatsheet
        • Incorporate at least one link and send to lab gmail account
        • Michael D., Daved, Alyssa
  • 2016-09-27
  • 2016-09-13
  • 2016-08-30
    • Attending - Rick, Andrea, Daved, Michael O., Sam, Shivani, Michelle, Katie, Auburn, Alyssa, Hifzah
    • Agenda
      • Overview of lab meetings and projects for the semester.
      • Required Training: Complete by 9/15/2016
        Send all Certificates of Completion to the lab gmail account
        • Clery Act Training
          • Daved, Sam, Shivani, Michael D., Michelle, Alyssa, Hifzah
        • Building a Safe Penn State: Reporting Child Abuse
          • Daved, Sam, Shivani, Michael D., Alyssa, Hifzah
        • IRB CITI Training
          • Complete both Modules: Biomedical and Social Science
          • Sam, Alyssa, Hifzah
        • Watch Epilepsy Video
          • Michael D. - Need to Schedule
          • Katie, Auburn, Hifzah - Today 10:30am Room 449
          • Alyssa - Today after lab meeting Room 449
        • Background Check Completion Date
    • Action Items
  • 2016-08-23
    • Attending - Daved, Michael O., Sam, Shivani, Michelle, Katie, Auburn, Alyssa, Hifzah
    • Agenda
      • Introductions

        • Andrea Seisler, Lab Manager
        • Returning Lab Members
          • Daved, Michael O., Sam, Shivani, Raya, Michael D. Michelle, Karina, Katie, Auburn
        • New Lab Members: Alyssa and Hifzah
      • Highlights of active projects

      • Did everyone get their background clearances completed? These are required to participate in data collection. If not, please see Elaine Prestia (140 Moore) to see what you still need.

      • Required Training: Complete by 9/15/2016 Send all Certificates of Completion to the lab gmail account

      • If you have trouble logging in for the Clery Act or Reporting Child Abuse Training, please email to have your account reset.

      • Gather Contact information: PSU ID, PSU email, email for calendar invitations, phone

      • Lab participation

        • Volunteer or Credit?
          • If participating in lab for Credit, the psych 494 form must be signed by Dr. Gilmore and returned to the Psychology Advising Office (125 Moore) by Friday 8/26/2016 or you will be charged a late fee.
        • How many hours per week?
          • 2 credits = 6 hours
          • 3 credits = 9 hours
    • Action Items
      • First students for paper assignments - Sam, Shivani, Alyssa, Hifzah
      • Interested in learning
        • coding (e.g. R, SPSS)
        • MRI data collection/analysis
        • post ideas for papers to discuss

Spring 2016

Fall 2015

  • 2015-11-17
    • Agenda
      • Discuss Wattam-Bell, J., Birtles, D., Nyström, P., von Hofsten, C., Rosander, K., Anker, S., … Braddick, O. (2010). Reorganization of Global Form and Motion Processing during Human Visual Development. Current Biology, 20(5), 411–415. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2009.12.020
      • Discuss Braddick, O., Atkinson, J., & Wattam-Bell, J. (2011). Chapter 6 - VERP and brain imaging for identifying levels of visual dorsal and ventral stream function in typical and preterm infants. In J. A. and G. M. I. Oliver Braddick (Ed.), Progress in Brain Research (Vol. 189, pp. 95–111). Elsevier. https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-444-53884-0.00020-8
  • 2015-11-10
    • Agenda
      • Shivani leading discussion of Bourke, P., & Shaw, H. (2014). Spontaneous lucid dreaming frequency and waking insight. Dreaming, 24(2), 152–159. https://doi.org/10.1037/a0036908.
    • Attending
      • Rick, Raya, Andrea, Jun, Shivani, Michelle, Michael, Daved
  • 2015-10-20
    • Agenda
      • Sam leads discussion of De Araujo, T. B., Silveira, F. R., Souza, D. L. S., Strey, Y. T. M., Flores, C. D., & Webster, R. S. (n.d.). Impact of video game genre on surgical skills development: a feasibility study. Journal of Surgical Research. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jss.2015.07.035.
  • 2015-10-13
  • 2015-10-06
    • Agenda
      • Jun leading discussion of Czerniak, S. M., Sikoglu, E. M., Navarro, A. A. L., McCafferty, J., Eisenstock, J., Stevenson, J. H., … & Moore, C. M. (2014). A resting state functional magnetic resonance imaging study of concussion in collegiate athletes. Brain imaging and behavior, 9(2), 323-332. https://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11682-014-9312-1
    • Attending
      • Daved, Michelle, Rick, Jun, Shivani, Michael, Sam
  • 2015-09-29
    • Attending
      • Michelle, Daved, Raya, Andrea, Jun
    • Agenda
  • September 22, 2015
  • September 8, 2015
    • New meeting location in 444 Moore
      • Must leave by 8:50a.
    • Attending
      • Daved, Raya, Michelle, Rick, Michael, Sam, Shivani, Andrea
    • Agenda
      • Schedules
      • Training
      • Lab mtg presentations
    • Action items
      • Bios by next meeting, email to Andrea. Andrea has tutorial.
      • No lab meeting next week, Tuesday 9/15
      • Michelle will present on 9/22. Jun on 10/6. Shivani 11/10. Sam 10/20.
  • September 1, 2015
    • Andrea will investigate (ask Elaine) moving meeting to 444 Moore.
    • Introductions
      • Andrea Seisler, Lab Manager
      • Sam Pai, 3 credits 494
      • Daved Fouad
      • Raya Willoughby, 2 credits 494
      • Shivani Patel
      • Jun Oh
      • Michael O’Neill
    • Highlights of active projects
      • Optic Flow
        • Infant motion coherence (MOCO) EEG
        • Child motion form (MOFO) EEG
        • Child motion form (MOCO) behavior
        • Infant motion statistics
      • Symmetry
        • Adults’ sorting behavior
      • Databrary
    • Action items
      • Clery Act training (Andrea will send link).
      • Get added to psubrainlab Google calendar (send Andrea your email).
      • Register for PSYCH 494 credit.
      • Watch epilepsy video in lab.

Spring 2015

  • January 22, 2015
  • January 29, 2015
    • Jun, William, Michael, Sam and Rick attended.
    • Jun will lead a discussion of the following paper: Irimia, A., Goh, S.-Y. M., Torgerson, C. M., Stein, N. R., Chambers, M. C., Vespa, P. M., & Van Horn, J. D. (2013). Electroencephalographic inverse localization of brain activity in acute traumatic brain injury as a guide to surgery, monitoring and treatment. Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery, 115(10). https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.clineuro.2013.08.003
    • Discussed using Markdown for student bios. Markdown Help.
    • Discussed logo contest.
  • February 5, 2015
    • Jun, Michael, Shivani, Andrea, Rick
    • Discussed bios on GitHub, child abuse reporting training, lab photo scheduling, epilepsy video.
  • February 12, 2015
    • Sam, Jun, Michael, William, Shivani, Andrea, Rick
    • Sam will present the following paper: Dawson, N., Morris, B. J., & Pratt, J. A. (2015). Functional brain connectivity phenotypes for schizophrenia drug discovery. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 29(2), 169–177. doi:10.1177/0269881114563635
    • Rick will be out next week
  • February 19, 2015 - No Meeting this Week
  • February 26, 2015
  • March 5, 2015 - No Meeting this Week
  • March 19, 2015
  • March 26, 2015
  • April 2, 2015
  • April 9, 2015
  • April 16, 2015
  • April 23, 2015 - End of semester celebration at The Waffle Shop
  • April 30, 2015 - No Meeting!