Psychology Students Win Top Prizes in MAD Research Video Contest

Psychology major Jason Davis '25 is the grand prize winner of this year's MAD (Made at Dartmouth) Research Video contest. Jason produced a short video titled "Experience Driven Auditory Attention " to demonstrate and share his research, advised by Professor Viola Sroermer.

Katherine Jia '27, who conducts research under the advisement of Professor Mark Thornton, and graduate student Landry Bulls, is a runner up in the contest for her video, "Why Do Conversations Die."

Read the Dartmouth Libraries article "MAD About Research" to learn more about the competition and to view the winning videos.