Dr. Brad Sturz, Psychology, presented the following papers at the annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society in St. Louis, MO, in November, 2010:

"Orientation in trapezoid-shaped enclosures: Implications for theoretical accounts of geometry learning," with colleague K. D. Bodily.

"Precedence of spatial pattern learning revealed by immediate reversal performance," with colleague M. F. Brown.

In addition, Dr. Sturz chaired the Spatial Cognition II session (in which the above referenced papers were presented).

Dr. Sturz and Armstrong student Katherine Gaskin presented "Reorienting when cues conflict: A role for information content in spatial learning?" at the Fall Meeting of the Comparative Cognition Society, St. Louis, MO., November, 2010.