Human Factors and Applied Cognition
Zoe graduate from University of Rochester with a BA in Brain and Cognitive Science, a BA in Studio Art, and a minor in Psychology. She previously worked in the Rochester Baby Lab where she received the Walt and Bobbi Makous Prize for Undergraduate Research as well as the Student Employee of the Year award. As a graduate student, Zoe's interest include usability, human computer interaction, predicting human performance, and transportation.
Wu, R., Pruitt, Z., Zinszer, B., & Cheung, O. (2017). Increased experience amplifies the activation of task-irrelevant category representations. Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics, 79(2), 522-532.
Wu, R., Pruitt, Z., Runkle, M., Meyer, K., Scerif, G., & Aslin, R. N. (2016). A neural signature of rapid category-based target selection as a function of intra-item perceptual similarity, despite inter-item dissimilarity. Attention, Perception, and Psychphysics, 78(3), 749-76.