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AASU Psychology students Mia Garboski and Rhiannon Pegan, along with Ryan Mullins, a second year medical student at Mercer University School of Medicine, presented "Effects of 6-OHDA lesions of the medial prefrontal cortex and neuroleptics on temporal control" at the 36th Annual Carolinas Psychology Conference, Raleigh, NC., April, 2011.
Rhiannon Pegan, Mia Garboski, and fellow student Cheri Rivera presented "Effects of caffeine on temporal control" at the 36th Annual Carolinas Psychology Conference.
Brad Sturz (Psychology) was the invited keynote speaker at Auburn University Department of Psychology's annual research and teaching festival. He was invited to return to Auburn as a distinguished alum to deliver the keynote speech, "Surface-based orientation: Observations, implications, and speculations" based on his recent research.