UC Neuroscience Students present at Stockton University

Noah Yeagley (’19), Maria Daly (’19), and Alexandra Mastrangelo (’19) presented their research on the effects of number of sensory stimulus modalities (visual only or auditory and visual) on motor learning in individuals who fall high and low on the distribution of autistic traits, as measured by the Autism Quotient (AQ). This research was conducted as a cumulative research project for their Advanced Research Methods in Cognitive Neuroscience course, taught by Dr. Jennifer Stevenson. They were also able to attend Stockton’s Psi Chi Chapter’s Honors Thesis presentations by Stockton University students defending their honors research projects.