Iranian student Nazbanou Nozari succeeded to win 2012 Glushko Cognitive Science outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Prize.
The Glushko prize is given by the Cognitive Science Society and honors Ph.D.
dissertation work that transcends any one of the individual fields comprising
cognitive science including psychology, computer science, philosophy,
linguistics, anthropology, neuroscience, and education. Up to five new Ph.D.'s
from all nations receive the award each year and Iranian researcher was among
those five Ph.D. students.
Dr. Nozari finished her 2011 PhD thesis with the title of "Is Comprehension Necessary for Error Detection? A Conflict-based Account of Monitoring in Speech Production" in the Department of Psychology at the University of Illinois.
Dr. Nozari's thesis won Aphasia Academy's prize in 2009.
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