Several undergraduate student members of the The Conceptual Organization, Reasoning and Education Laboratory, or CORE Lab, in the Department of Psychology recently attended the Association for Psychological Science’s 29th Annual Convention in Boston.

While there they presented their research and met others in the field. The lab, which is directed by John Coley, researches on how we organize our knowledge about the world into coherent conceptual systems and how these concepts influence our behaviors, experiences, and reasoning.

Four scientists stand in front of their research poster at the conference
Ella Douglas (Second Year), Jessica Leffers (Graduate Student), Hannah Wilkins (Third Year), and Emma Pitt (Fifth Year).