BEST ORAL PRESENTATION
- Joanna Gore (Queen's University)
Preparatory signals in the FEF, SNr and SC correspond to reductions in saccadic reaction time.
HONOURABLE MENTION (ORAL PRESENTATION)
- Michael Jones (Queen's University)
Follow the Floating Representation: Sequence Effects in an Exemplar-Production Category Learning Task
- Jessica Phillips-Silver (McMaster University)
Movement influences the auditory encoding of a rhythm pattern in infants and adults.
HONOURABLE MENTION (BEST POSTER)
- Brett Beston (McMaster University)
Developmental changes in glutamate receptor expression in human visual cortex.
Decisions about the 2003 award for best paper were based on additional material submitted by the graduate student (a 2-3 page synopsis of the research and a 50-word statement about the importance of the research in lay language), a supporting letter from the supervisor indicating the student's contribution to the project, audience evaluation of the papers, and the assessment of a panel of judges.
Decisions about the 2003 award for best poster were based on the assessment of a panel of judges, the student's lay statement, and a letter from the supervisor about the student's role in the project.