Photo (from left to right): Lauren Berger (Dr. Clifton Langdon’s PEN student), Emily Kubicek (Dr. Lorna Quandt’s PEN student), SaraBeth Sullivan (Dr. Ilaria Berteletti’s PEN student), Geo  Kartheiser (Professor Laura-Ann Petitto’s PEN student), Professor Laura-Ann Petitto, Dr. Barbara Manini (Professor Laura-Ann Petitto’s Postdoctoral Researcher), Dr. Clifton Langdon, and Dr. Lorna Quandt.

Professor Petitto and team presented a poster, Evidence of maturational processes in linguistic brain (fNIRS) and psychological emotional (Thermal IR) responses in hearing infants to signing virtual humans, at this year’s Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.

Manini, B., Kartheiser, G., Stone, A., Merla, A., & Petitto, L.A. (November, 2017). Evidence of maturational processes in linguistic brain (fNIRS) and psychological emotional (Thermal IR) responses in hearing infants to signing virtual humans. Poster, Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC. To view the poster, please click here.

Geo Kartheiser also presented a poster with preliminary results from his dissertation work with his Primary Advisor, Professor Laura-Ann Petitto.

Kartheiser, G. & Petitto, L.A. (November, 2017). The impact of age of language exposure on spatial working memory using fNIRS neuroimaging. Poster, Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC. To learn more about his preliminary findings, please click here.