Visual Cognition Lab

   Please scroll down for information on publications, lab members, lab news and updates, and notable lab alumni.

  

 

Publications

*Has published under Maxcey, A. M., Maxcey-Richard, A. M. and Richard, A. M.

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Maxcey, A. M., & Woodman, G. F. (2014). Forgetting induced by recognition of visual images. Visual Cognition, 22, 6, 789-808. PDF

Maxcey, A. M., & Woodman, G. F. (2014). Can we throw information out of visual working memory and does this leave

   informational residue in long-term memory? Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 294. PDF

Hollingworth, A., & Maxcey-Richard, A. M. (2013). Selection in visual working memory does not require sustained visual attention.

   Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 39, 1047-1058. PDF

Maxcey-Richard, A. M., Hollingworth, A. (2013). The strategic retention of task-relevant objects in visual working memory.

   Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 39, 760-772. PDF

Hollingworth, A., Maxcey-Richard, A. M., & Vecera, S. P. (2012). The spatial distribution of attention within and across objects.

   Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 38, 135-151. PDF

Richard, A. M., Lee, H., & Vecera, S. P. (2008). Attentional spreading in object-based attention.

   Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 34, 4, 842-853. PDF

Richard, A. M., Luck, S. J., & Hollingworth, A. (2008). Establishing object correspondence across eye movements:

   Flexible use of spatiotemporal and surface feature information. Cognition, 109, 66-88. PDF

Hollingworth, A., Richard, A. M., & Luck, S. J. (2008). Understanding the function of visual short-term memory:

   Transsaccadic memory, object correspondence, and gaze correction. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 137, 163-181. PDF

 

 Visual Cognition Lab Members

 

Ashleigh M. Maxcey, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

   Department of Psychology

Manchester University

604 E. College Avenue

North Manchester, Indiana 46962

Email: AMMaxcey@manchester.edu

 Office: 260.982.5344

Fax: 260.901.8209

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Jessica Bostic, Lab Manager

Trinity Schelich

Alivia Benbow

Veronica Caudill

A. J. Hudkins

Miriam Cruz

Rehab Dahab

April Mullen

Lab News and Updates

Brandy, Ted, Joe and Zabrian graduated in May 2014. We will miss you all!

Professor Maxcey enjoyed a week of cow eye dissecting with the high ability K-3 students at Manchester Elementary School

in May 2014. Check out a video of the kids dissecting here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07mju6NgC6M

Professor Maxcey went to the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society in St. Pete Beach in May 2014 to present

Forgetting induced by recognition of visual images with Dr. Geoff Woodman. PDF

  

VisCog Lab Members presented the following 3 posters in Chicago, IL at

the annual conference of the Midwest Psychological Association in May, 2014

Maldonado, T. (2014). Intrusion errors in older adults induced by recognition practice. PDF

Bostic, J., Kann, A., & Adkins, T. (2014). How does recognition-induced forgetting appraise the instructional method of schema activation? PDF

Leeper, B., & Hunter, J. (2014). Examining the mechanism responsible for recognition-induced forgetting. PDF

 

   Congratulations to VisCog Lab Alum, Kaity Clark ('13) who has just had her first paper accepted in Developmental Science:

Cowan, N., Ricker, T. J., Clark, K. M., Hinrichs, G. A., & Glass, B. A. (in press).

Knowledge Cannot Explain the Developmental Growth of Working Memory Capacity

 

 

Professor Maxcey had the honor of hosting Dr. Temple Grandin in her Statistics and Research Design I course on March 6, 2014!!!

   ASHLEY KANN, BRANDY LEEPER & COURTNEY MENSING gave a fantastic presentation with Dr. Maxcey at

the 2014 Annual Fort Wayne Dean's Teaching Conference

on Evidence-based learning: using scientific knowledge about cognition to inform how we teach.

 

     

The following VisCog Lab members received a Psi Chi Travel Grant to attend MPA 2014.

Congrats JESSICA BOSTIC, ASHLEY KANN, TRAVIS ADKINS, TED MALDONADO, and BRANDY LEEPER 

     Professor Ashleigh Maxcey worked with Manchester Elementary School (MES) students to teach students

in first and third grade how to code as part of the

Computer Science Education Week initiative by www.code.org in December 2013.

  

VisCog Lab students will be presenting their work at the Social Sceinces Seminar on February 17, 2014.

Please joins us!

   

  Notable Lab Alumi

Ted Maldonado '14

is pursuing a M. A. in Psychological Science at Montana State University

Joe Hunter '14

is pursuing a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at Texas Tech University

Kaity Clark '13

is pursuing a Ph.D. in Cognition and Neuroscience at the University of Missouri-Columbia

Dylan Hiner '13

is pursuing a Master's degree in Counseling Psychology at University of Louisville

Jessie Stafford '13

is pursuing a Master's degree in Gerontology at University of North Carolina, Greensboro

Stephanie Wilson '13

is pursuing a Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Valparaiso  University

Harrison Sibert '12

is pursuing a Master's degree in Industrial / Organizational Psychology at Xavier University

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