I presented a poster at Psychonomics in 2006 on the research I did while at Sussex for study abroad, in combination with some other related work from one of Brendan's other students. I thought that was pretty awesome, how many people get to present the work they did in one semester at a major international conference? But I definitely figured that that was the last I'd be hearing about it. I was happy with the work, but I didn't think it was all that impressive.
Apparently my advisor and the Journal of Psychophysiology felt differently. After googling my name, my advisor's name, and the year, 2006, I was greeted with the CV of one of Brendan's chief collaborators. And there I found this little tidbit:
Weekes, B.S., Mulqueeny, K., & Holliday, R.E. (in press). Phonological false recollection: An
EEG study. Journal of Psychophysiology.
Yeah. That's the paper I wrote when I was at Sussex. EDIT
Apparently they also presented it as a poster at the British Association of Cognitive Neuroscience. Huh.