SSCP Student Poster Winners

The SSCP student poster competition yielded great diversity in the content of the work, but was uniformly of high quality. This led to numerous difficult decisions for the judges. This year, SSCP was able to award prizes to 3 winners ($250 prize) and 5 Distinguished Contributions ($100 prize).

The winners of the 2017 SSCP Student Poster Competition are:


Ema Tanovic

Yale University

Anticipatory Neural Activity Is Enhanced By Uncertain Threat


Adrienne Romer

Duke University

Structural Alterations within Cerebellar Circuitry Are Associated with General Liability for Common Mental Disorders


Brooke Slawinski

Michigan State University

The Etiology of Social Aggression


The 2017 Distinguished Contributions would be:


Esther Tung

Boston University

Distinct Risk Profiles in Social Anxiety Disorder


Nauder Namaky

University of Virginia

Looking out or Checking out? the Differential Effects of Trait Anxiety and Depression on Frontal Asymmetry during Loss Anticipation


Lara Moody

Virginia Tech University

Remote Alcohol Monitoring for Behavioral Interventions: Implementation Intentions As a Strategy to Reduce Drinking


Aliona Tsypes

Binghamton University

The State University of New York, Neural Reward Responsiveness in Children with Nonsuicidal Self-Injury


Abhishek Saxena

Rush University Medical Center

Neuroplasticity in Neural Networks of Emotion Following Targeted Social Cognition Training