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Finding Meaning in Memes, Rachel Myers, UG '22, (3963987)

Internet memes are a rapidly evolving form of communication that typically combines language with other modes of communication to create comparisons. These comparisons may become more appealing…

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Cousins, 600 Million Years Removed: Tracing Similarities in Behavioral Regulation Across Animals, Luke Geiger, UG '23, (3964809)

Many animals participate in social interactions, where information from such encounters dynamically affects gene expression in the brain, which in turn optimizes animal behavior. Isolation from the…

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Think Like an Expert, Meir Meshulam (2306167)

What is the best way to learn and become an expert? To find out, I used functional MRI to scan the brains of Princeton students enrolled in an introduction to computer science course while watching…

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A Fresh Look at Fresh Memes, Rachel Myers, UG '22 (2256114)

Summary: This presentation discusses the definition of a meme and examines how memes have evolved over time to become a form of communication that is complex and unique in several ways. It is argued…

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OURSIP intern-Luke Geiger

Summer Research Colloquium Research Summary - Understanding the Role of the SETD7 Monomethyltransferase Enzyme in the Epigenetic Regulation of Mou

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