The 2014-2015 academic year was a busy one in the Peelle Lab: We had 3 seniors working on honors theses, and an AuD student working on a one year research project:
- Margaret Koeritzer completed her AuD capstone project on the contributions of hearing and cognitive ability to recognition memory for spoken sentences;
- Celia Kaufer finished her PNP honors project on the relationship between semantic ambiguity, acoustic detail, subjective clarity, and recognition memory for spoken words;
- Anna Mai completed her linguistics honors project on distributional text characteristics affect reading time and readers' beliefs about writers;
- Katie Vogel finished her PNP honors project looking at individual differences in rhythm reproduction.
In addition, research assistant Carol Iskiwitch, who was the lab's first paid employee ever, will be leaving soon as she prepares to head off to graduate school in the fall.
All of them have been valued lab members and we are sad to see them go. Good luck guys!