July 8, 2011
Psychology professor presents poster and paper at international conference
Gary Brase, associate professor of psychology, presented a paper and poster at the annual meeting of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society, June 29-July 3 in Montepellier, France. Brase's paper was titled "Not all pictures are worth a thousand words: Differential effectiveness of visual aids in statistical reasoning." His poster was titled "Errors in memory of conditional rules: new evidence of domain-specific reasoning processes."