Psychology student wins Outstanding Undergraduate Research Prize

FASS undergraduate psychology major, Lydia Lin Wenxin, has been awarded an Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Prize (OURP) for AY 2009/2010, for work done on her honors project. The OURP was first launched in 2006/2007 as an annual university-wide competition to encourage research and to recognize the best undergraduate researchers in NUS.

She was even able to present her work (her thesis dealt with comparing priming and word frequency effects in both the visual and auditory modalities) at the 2010 Association for Psychological Sciences’ (APS) Annual Convention in Boston.

For more about Lydia’s research project and trip to Boston click here:

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