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Women in MEMORY
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WiCS Networking Hubs are intended for use by the research community to support and promote the careers of women in cognitive science. Individuals are encouraged to reach out to other members of the group for networking. Considerate use of the contact information is expected.
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NameAffiliationPositionEmail addressResearch TopicsWilling to Mentor? Describe timeframe/commitment.Interested in Networking? Describe needs and offers.
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Brooke MacnamaraCase Western Reserve UniversityAssociate Professorbnm24@case.eduskill acquisition, expertise, cognitive abilities
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Varsha SinghIndian Institute Of Technology DelhiAssociate Professorvsingh@hss.iitd.ac.inCognitive processing, Affective process, Motor cognition, Functional localisation, mind and modularity.YesInterested in co-editing a special topic in decision making, or collaborating within the broad area of cognitive neuropsy. or cognitive affective neuroscience. Recent focus on cognitive sex differences
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Nancy CarlisleLehigh UniversityAssistant Professor of Psychology and Cognitive Sciencenbc415@lehigh.eduAttention, Working Memory, Attentional Control, ERPs, EEG, eye trackingYes, occasional (1-2/semester)
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Julia HaafUniversity of AmsterdamAssistant Professorj.m.haaf@uva.nlCognitive inhibition, mathematical modeling, Bayesian statisticsI am happy to mentor someone. I will be on leave soon but starting 2022 I am happy to also have (semi-)regular meetings with a junior scientist in my field. I am interested in networking. I would be particularly (but not exclusively) interested in networking with fellow female scientists in Europe as I don't have a huge network here yet. I am both interested in substantive exchange and talk about being an (early-career woman) academic.
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Lindsay PortnoyNortheastern UniversityAssociate Teaching Professorl.portnoy@northeastern.eduGames for learning, design thinking, authentic assessment, upskillingCollaborative research with my doctoral students engaged in action research
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Cheryl Cohen, PhDNone at present; PhD UCalifornia, Santa Barbara, 2008none at presentdrcheryl316@gmail.comInterventions to mitigate effects of misinformation; please see https://cogbites.org/2021/03/01/the-implied-truth-effect/Yes. To be discussed.Yes. Interested in connecting with researchers working on efforts to counteract misinformation
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Snehlata JaswalChaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut, IndiaProfessor and Headsneh.jaswal@gmail.comYes - meeting one person online once a week to begin with
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Dilara DoğanHacettepe UniversityResearch Assistantdilaratasci2@gmail.comMemory, Emotion, Metacognition and Aging
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Anne CormiaClaremont Graduate UniversityPhD Studentannecormia@gmail.comconfidence accuracy relationship, eyewitness testimony, metamemoryI'm interested in meeting others in my field who are doing research adjacent to my area of study. I'm also interested in learning and sharing about analytical techniques and current events in the field
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Min Hooi YongSunway Universitymhyong@sunway.edu.myCognitive agingYes but time is limitedYes with those of similar interests
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Sarah Brown-SchmidtVanderbilt UniversityAssociate Professorsarahbrownschmidt@gmail.comlanguage, memory, conversation, amnesia, Alzheimer's disease, quantitative methods, real-world applications of cognitive scienceyes, happy to chat one or more times on zoomyes
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Priya KalraU.W. MadisonPostdocpkalra2@wisc.eduMemory, implicit learning, relational reasoning, expertise
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Bethany GardnerVamderbilt UniversityPhD studentbethanyhgardner@gmail.compsycholinguistics, sentence processing, gender, singular they/them pronouns, conversation memoryPotential collaborators, starting to think about postdoc positions soon
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Xin XieUniversity of Rochesterxxie13@ur.rochester.eduSpoken language processing
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Anna JafarpourUniversity of Washingtonannaja@uw.edumemory; perception; computational neurosciencecareer mentorship, transition from postdoc to assistant professorship
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Nicole AndersonRotman Research Institute at Baycrest and University of TorontoSenior Scientist and Professornanderson@research.baycrest.orgMemory, aging, mild cognitive impairmentYes, any time with 1 at a time, about 4-6 times a year
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Cheryl Fox Tx State University Graduate (master's) Student Cff16@txstate.edu Currently - Memory consolidation in Sleep
Future Interest - PTSD (nightmare/flashback focus)
1st time here so I know no one but am excited for the virtual opportunity
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Kelly CottonCity University of New YorkPhD Studentkcotton@gradcenter.cuny.eduWorking memory, long-term memory, consolidationProbably not qualified toI want to expand my network more generally for support, also I will potentially beginning to look for postdocs in the next 1.5-2 years.
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Tony CunninghamBeth Israel Deaconess Medical CenterPostdoctoral Fellowcunninaj@bc.edusleep, memory, and emotion
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Linda HenkelFairfield UniversityProfessor of psychologylhenkel@fairfield.edusource monitoring, false memory, eyewitness memory, false confessions, technology and cognition, reminiscence, cognitive aging Yes
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Sydney GarlitchUniversity of North Carolina at GreensboroGraduate studentsmcody@uncg.eduEpisodic memory, cognitive agingNoYes. Finding postdoctoral positions, faculty positions, collaborations
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Kathy PezdekClaremont Graduate University Professor of Psychology Kathy.Pezdek@cgu.eduMemory Happy to mentor. Happy to participate in networking
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Colleen ParksUniversity of Nevada, Las VegasAssociate Professorcolleen.parks@unlv.eduMemory: recognition, recollection, familiarity, implicit memory, unitization, reconsolidation, forgetting, sleep, visual vs. auditory memoryYes. I'm available about 2 hours a month and for speed mentoring.Yes. Right now, I'd be happy to collaborate on forgetting research.
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Michelle RiversKent State UniversityPhD Candidate/Graduate Studentmlrivers3@gmail.comMetacognition, self-regulated learning, memory, educationI can mentor younger graduate students as needed!Needs: writing support, early-career support
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Elizabeth HallUC DavisGraduate studentEhhall@ucdavis.eduObject and scene perception, memory
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Brittany JeyeWorcester State UniversityAssistant ProfessorBjeye@worcester.eduLong-term memory; memory specificity; facial memory; memory inhibitionI would love to connect with like-minded colleagues, possibly over zoom (especially as someone at a small regional school who may not be able to attend conferences yearly).
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Kristi MulthaupDavidson CollegeVail Professor, PSY Department Chairkrmulthaup@davidson.edumemory, cognitive agingYes. Likely most helpful to people aiming for a career at a PUI.Open to working with people interested in memory, cognitive aging
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Margarita PavlovaUniversity of Kansasgraduate studentmargarita.velinova@gmail.comanalogy, reasoning, cognitive developmentNot now.Yes. Navigating the post-doc market as an international student in the U.S.
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Kara MooreOklahoma State UniversityAssistant Professorkara.moore@okstate.eduProspective memory, misinformation, retrieval monitoring, development of retrieval monitoring, eyewitness memory, prospective person memory, eyewitness identificationYes, 1-3xs/hrs yearYes, collaborators
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Sandra GrinschglUniversity GrazPostdoctoral researchersandra.grinschgl@uni-graz.atSelf-estimation of cognitive abilities, metacognition, cognitive offloading (esp. working memory offloading), human-computer interactionDefinitely. I would like to work together in international research collaborations to share knowledge on, for instance, memory and to potentially collect data across more than one country. I can offer a specialisation on cognitive offloading and metacognition and I'm experienced in designing as well as programming lab and online experiments. Further, I'm currently also working on individual differences research and differential psychology aspects such as intelligence and personality.
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Maaike EsselaarManchester Metropolitan UniversityPhD Student19007487@stu.mmu.ac.ukCognitive biases in chronic painNoYes, meeting others from different institutions
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Julie HigginsManhattanville CollegeAssociate Professor of Psychologyjulie.higgins@mville.eduMemory; Working Memory; Cognitive Aging; Executive Function; AppliedYes. Willing to have 2-3 online conversations per year for advise, etc.Yes. Connect to other memory, aging, or applied memory researchers.
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Theresa MowadLehigh UniversityGraduate Research Assistanttgm320@lehigh.eduCognitive control, memory, attentionYes
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Sasha CervantesGovernors State UniversityAssociate Professorscervantes2@govst.eduMemory, SOTL, student engagement, creativityYes. I mentor with other organizations as well, so flexibly available on a monthly basis?Always open to collaborators, particularly to expand participant population; but also to provide student research experience
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Julia SoaresMississippi State UniversityAssistant Professorjulia.soares@msstate.eduextended memory, transactive memory, digital technology, cognitive offloading, digital technologyYes. Once a month or so would work for me. Needs: support for early-career faculty, esp grant-writing Offers: Always happy to collaborate, especially on technology effects on memory or learning
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Kelsey JamesUniversity of California, Santa CruzGraduate Studentkkjames@ucsc.eduTesting, pretesting, error correction, learning, technology and memory, cognitive offloadingHappy to provide support to folks applying to graduate school or who are earlier on in their programs!Needs: support for applying to academic jobs and postdocs Offers: also always happy to collaborate
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Jennifer TalaricoLafayette CollegeProfessortalaricj@lafayette.eduautobiographical memory, flashbulb memory, social & emotional influences on rememberingYes. 4-6x/year. Likely most helpful to people aiming for a career at a PUI.
Open to working with people interested in autobiographical memory
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Roberta EkuniUniversidade Estadual do Norte do Paraná, BrazilAdjunct Professorrobertaekuni@gmail.comretrieval practice, as I also work with neuromyths, I´m deeply interesting in misinformation correctionYes. Needs: Collaborators. Offers: also happy to collaborate.
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Ege OtenenSabanci UniversityMSc Student
otenenege@sabanciuniv.edu
autobiographical memory, visual imagery, emotions, specificity of memories, and functionsIf i can, yes :) Yes
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Kyungmi KimWesleyan UniversityAssistant Professorkkim01@wesleyan.eduMemory; Social effects on Cognition; SelfYes
Yes. Happy to connect to others studying social effects on memory/cognition and collaborate
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Liz ChrastilUC IrvineAssistant Professorchrastil@uci.eduSpatial memory, navigation, learning, episodic memoryYes, occasional
Yes, can mentor on postdocs and faculty transition, could use some mentoring too, happy to find collaborators
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Marianna KapsetakiUniversity College LondonPostdoctoral Research Fellow
m.kapsetaki16@imperial.ac.uk
Memory (all types but mainly episodic, autobiographical); healthy ageing; strokeYes, once every 1-3 months.
Yes. Very happy to collaborate on projects - mainly relating to memory but I'm open to other topics too. I'm also a classical pianist and medical doctor so I would be happy to also collaborate on topics related to music or neurology.
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Burcu Kaya KızılözEastern Mediterranean UniversityAssistant Professorburcu.kaya@emu.edu.trAutobiographical memory, episodic future thinking and executive functionsYes, monthly maybe?
Yes. Especially on cross cultural work on autobiographical memories.
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Kimele PersaudRutgers University - NewarkAssistant Professor
kimele.persaud@rutgers.edu
Interactions between semantic and episodic memory; episodic memory and cognitive developmentyes, once a month or so
Yes. Looking to join a writing accountability group. I would also like to form collaborations with other memory researchers
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