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Congratulations to all the winners from Psychology’s Award night on Tuesday June 11th, 2019. The prestigious awards night is a time to celebrate the achievements of the hard working undergraduate and graduate students. An extra congratulations goes out to the BEE Lab members whose merits were recognised! Maire O’Hagan was granted a designation known as…

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The BEE lab presented two posters in St. Pete’s Beach, Florida in May 2019! We had lots of fun at the 17th Annual Visual Demo Evening, celebrating experiential phenomena of vision science!               

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BEE Lab members presenting at the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) Biennial Meeting (March, 2019) in Baltimore, Maryland (USA).                  

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Our honours thesis student Adina is currently recruiting 2-3 month old babies! What kind of information do babies use to recognize and tell apart different faces? We think that when faces are hard to recognize, such as when they are blurry, there is special information still there that helps us work out the person’s identity….

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Did you hear the latest buzz?! The BEE lab has gotten a new BEE: Xiaomei Zhou. Welcome Xiaomei! Xiaomei is joining us at Ryerson after obtaining her PhD in Psychology at Brock University.

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Nicole successfully finished her PhD in the BEE lab in August 2016! Nicole will continue to pursue research in a post-doctoral position at University of British Columbia starting in January 2017. Alexandra finished her MA in the BEE lab in August as well. Alexandra is continuing on to do her PhD here at Ryerson.

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Members of the BEE Lab presented four posters at the annual Lake Ontario Visionary Establishment (LOVE) conference, held February 4th and 5th, 2016. For some of our undergraduate research assistants, it was their first conference experience, and by all accounts they did a great job sharing our research!

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Once again The BEE Lab will be taking part in the BabyTime show™ this Spring! This time, on April 24-26 at the International Centre-Hall 5. Looking forward to seeing you there to tell you about our exciting research and how you could get involved!

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