Undergraduate Conference Experiences
During my undergraduate at the University of Washington, I was fortunate enough to be able to present my work at three different venues!
May 2019: 31st annual Association for Psychological Science national Convention, Washington D.C.
I was so lucky to have the chance to attend APS this year! You can read all about my adventure in Washington D.C. here, in my blog post about it.
Bodas, A., Kyuchukova, K., Lucca, K. & Sommerville, J. (2019) “Can I Count on You?” Siblings Influence Infants’ Expectations of Trustworthiness of Fair and Unfair Agents. To be presented at the Association for Psychological Science 31st Annual Convention. Washington D.C.
May 2019: University of Washington Undergraduate Research Symposium, Seattle, WA
I also presented my work at the University of Washington’s Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium.
March 2019: Northwest Social Cognitive Development Conference, Friday Harbor, WA
I presented my work at the Northwest Social Cognitive Development Conference, in Friday Harbor Washington in March, 2019. This was a conference that I organized with my mentors Dr. Kelsey Lucca and Dr. Jessica Sommeville. It was attended by researchers from all over the Cascadia Corridor, ranging from the University of Washington to the University of British Columbia. As a conference organizer, not only did I do a poster presentation, but I also designed the website and the conference program, and helped with the process of recruiting attendees. You can read about my experience here, on the blog post about it.
Bodas, A., Kyuchukova, K., Lucca, K. & Sommerville, J. (2019) “Can I Count on You?” Infants’ Expectations of Prosocial Behavior Across Context. Presented at the Northwest Social Cognitive Development Conference. Friday Harbor, WA.