Laura Noejovich

Research Assistant

I attended college in Saratoga Springs at Skidmore College, where I earned my B.A. in Neuroscience with a minor in Music. My past research includes the lateralization of emotion regulation strategies, such as reappraisal and suppression, and exploring the Uncanny Valley through motion perception and the principles of animation in cartoons. I'm presently using electroencephalography to investigate otoacoustic emissions and how suspense affects surprisal in sentence processing. I have also developed a strong interest in bilingualism and how the recovery of aphasias differs across people.

Sample Publications

  1. Phillips, F., Schmidt, F., Noejovich, L., & Chakalos, G. (2018) Exploring the Uncanny Valley. Journal of Vision, in press.