Lab News




Publications
2019
A paper with graduate students Shannon Poulsen and Matthew Sweitzer titled "Investigating the generation and spread of numerical misinformation: A combined eye movement monitoring and social transmission approach" has been accepted at Human Communication Research.

A paper with collaborators from the University of Pennsylvania and Temple University titled "Evaluating didactic and exemplar information: Non-invasive brain stimulation reveals message-processing mechanisms" has been accepted at Communication Research.

A book chapter with graduate students Daniel Amill and Erin Drouin titled "Two-way translation: Advancing knowledge of politics and psychology via the study of bilingual voters" has been published in Psychology of Learning and Motivation.



2018
A paper with graduate student Matthew Sweitzer titled "Evaluating political messages in dynamic information environments: Insights from eye movements" is published in Human Communication Research.



2017
A paper with graduate student Jessica McKnight titled "Evaluating scientists as sources of science information: Evidence from eye movements" is published in the Journal of Communication.
Awards
2019
Jason Coronel receives the Excellence in Undergraduate Research Mentoring Award from the College of Arts and Sciences.

A paper with graduate students Jared Ott, Austin Hubner, and Matthew Sweitzer and undergraduate student Sam Lerner wins a Top Paper Award from the Political Communication Division at NCA.

Graduate student Austin Hubner's research presentation wins third place at the Hayes forum.

Graduate student Matthew Sweitzer receives the Doris Gildea Morgan Scholarship Award.

Graduate student Olivia Bullock receives Walter B. Emery Scholarship Award.


2018
Jason Coronel is selected to receive the Faculty Member of the Year teaching and mentoring award by graduate students in the School of Communication.

The lab along with faculty members Hillary Shulman and Robert Bond receives a Miller Award from the School of Communication.

Graduate student Matthew Sweitzer receives the Walter B. Emery Memorial Scholarship Award.


2017
Graduate student Matthew Sweitzer receives an ICA travel award from the Communication Science and Biology Interest Group.

A paper with graduate student Matthew Sweitzer wins a Top Paper Award from the Communication Science and Biology Interest Group at ICA!



Conferences
2019
The lab presented at the Political Communication Top Paper panel at NCA. The paper is with graduate students Jared Ott, Austin Hubner, and Matthew Sweitzer and undergraduate student Sam Lerner.


2018
Undergraduate student Ryan Moore presents his research at OSU's Denman conference.

The lab has three papers at ICA with graduate student Shannon Poulsen and undergraduate student Ryan Moore.


2017
Undergraduate student Ryan Moore presents research at OSU's Denman conference.

The lab has three papers at ICA with graduate students Brahm deBuys, Jessica McKnight, and Matthew Sweitzer.



Miscellaneous
2019
Undergraduate student Ryan Moore leaves the lab to pursue a doctoral degree in communication at Stanford.


Undergraduate student Ryan Moore's research in the lab receives coverage in OSU's Alumni Magazine.



2017
Jason Coronel and undergraduate student Ryan Moore host a seminar for high school debaters called "How learning to think like a social scientist can improve debating skills."



Communication and Cognitive Systems Lab Location
The Communication and Cognitive Systems Lab is a research laboratory within the School of Communication at the Ohio State University in Columbus, OH.

Building 046

242 W 18th Avenue

Columbus, OH 43210