Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Physiological Correlates of Presence

Today was an exciting day in the communication and cognition lab. My first master's student, Tim Laubacher, successfully defended his master's thesis proposal, "Physiological correlates of experienced presence." I am working hard to convince him to stay for his Ph.D. next year.

In less exciting -- but still fun news -- we held our first walk through for an experiment, and data collection is slated to begin on Thursday. All this means a hectic pace, but this is why we come to work!


Blogger IUAngelini said...

Sounds like you've had success with OSU Human Subjects. Congrats!

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