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Awards

Congratulations to the following individuals who received thematic flash talk and poster awards at the recent SAS Annual Conference!
 
Best Thematic Flash Talk Awards
 
Jin Hyun Cheong, Dartmouth College
CONVERGENCE OF EMOTIONS AND OPINIONS IN SHARED EXPERIENCES
Jin Hyun Cheong, Zainab Molani, Sushmita Sadhukha, Luke J. Chang
Dartmouth College
 
Ashley Doukas, New York University
HURTS SO GOOD: PAIN AS A REGULATORY ALTERNATIVE TO REAPPRAISAL AND DISTRACTION
Ashley Doukas, Wendy D’Andrea, Wesley Gregory, Brandon Joachim, Vivian Khedari, Kellie Lee, Gabriella Robinson, Greg Siegle
New York University, The New School, Adelphi University, The City University of New York, University of Pittsburgh
 
Jennifer G. Pearlstein, University of California, Berkeley
MECHANISMS UNDERLYING THE TRAIT-BASED TENDENCY TO REACT IMPULSIVELY TO EMOTIONS: THE ROLE OF AROUSAL
Jennifer G. Pearlstein, Sheri L. Johnson, Kiana Modavi, Andrew D. Peckham, Charles S. Carver
University of California, Berkeley, McLean Hospital, University of Miami
 
Adrienne Wood, University of Wisconsin, Madison
UNSUPERVISED STATISTICAL LEARNING SHIFTS FACIAL EXPRESSION CATEGORIES IN CHILDREN AND ADULTS
Adrienne Wood, Rista C. Plate, Seth D. Pollak
University of Wisconsin, Madison
 
Best Poster Awards
 
Sydney M. Krueger, Columbia University
Poster A-39
AGE-RELATED DIFFERENCES IN REAPPRAISAL SUCCESS
Sydney M. Krueger, Shane Colombo, Odile Rodrik, Bruce P. Doré, Yaacov Stern, Kevin N. Ochsner
Columbia University, University of Pennsylvania, Columbia University Medical Center
 
Diana Crafa, McGill University 
Poster B-1
THE IMPRESSIONABLE SOCIAL SELF OF SCHIZOPHRENIA: NEURAL CORRELATES OF SELF-OTHER CONFUSION AFTER SOCIAL INTERACTION
Daina Crafa, Caitlin M. Stoddart, Carolina Makowski, Martin Lepage, Mathieu B. Brodeur
McGill University
 
Jennifer Yih, Stanford University
Poster B-32
USING MACHINE LEARNING TO PREDICT EMOTION GENERATION AND EMOTION REGULATION
Jennifer Yih, Benjamin Z. Chan, Craig A. Smith, James J. Gross
Stanford University
 
Jacinth Tan, University of California, San Francisco
Poster B-33
RISKY DECISION-MAKING UNDER ECONOMIC INEQUALITY: THE ROLE OF ANGER AND SATISFACTION
Jacinth Tan, Wendy B. Mendes, Nancy E. Adler
University of California, San Francisco