EDUCATION

2004
Ph.D. Experimental Psychology – University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA
Concentration: Cognitive Neuroscience

2000
M.A. Experimental Psychology – University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA

1997
2nd Major. Psychology – Post baccalaureate studies. Completed undergraduate requirements for the major. University of North Carolina at Asheville, Asheville, NC, USA

1985
B.S. Economics – Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, USA

1981
Tallahassee Community College, Tallahassee, FL, USA. Spring

1980
Hillsborough Community College, Tampa, FL, USA. Fall

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

2018
Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology. Department of International Studies. American University of Sharjah. Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.

2014
Lecturer. Department of Psychology. Newham College University Centre. London, UK.

2011
Instructor. Kingston Adult Education. Kingston upon Thames, UK.

2007
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow. Department of Biological and Medical Psychology. University of Bergen. Bergen, Norway.

2003
Assistant Professor. Department of Psychology. Indiana State University. Terre Haute, IN, USA.

1997 – 2003
Graduate Assistant. Graduate Assistant. Department of Psychology. University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA.

2002
Adjunct Instructor. Department of Psychology. Midlands Technical Community College, Columbia, SC, USA.

2001
Adjunct Instructor. Department of Psychology. Columbia College, Columbia, SC, USA.

2001
Visiting Scientist. School of Psychology. University of Nottingham. Nottingham, UK.

TEACHING SUMMARY

Titles of courses. Number of times taught in parentheses. Asterisk denotes graduate course

General Psychology

  • Introduction to Psychology (11)
  • Discovering Psychology (5)

Research Methods

  • Introduction to Research (4)
  • Psychological Research Methods (3)
  • Applied Statistical Methods (3)
  • Statistical Analysis and Design (3) *

Social Psychology

  • Introduction to Individual Differences and Social Psychology (1)
  • Psychology of Close Relationships (1)
  • Cross-Cultural Psychology (2)

Personality

  • Personality and Individual Differences (3)

Cognitive and Biological Psychology

  • Introduction to Cognitive and Biological Psychology (3)
  • Cognitive Psychology (4)
  • Psychology of Sensation & Perception (6)
  • Physiological Psychology (8)
  • Research in Biological Psychology (2)
  • Language and Mind (1)
  • Seminar in Cognitive Neuroscience (1) *
  • Graduate Seminar in Biological Psychology (4) *

DETAILED TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Title of “Instructor” and “Faculty Coordinator” denotes full course responsibility.

 

2017 – 2018
Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology. Department of International Studies. American University of Sharjah. Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.

  • Spring, 2018
    • Instructor. Psychological Research Methods
    • Instructor Introduction to Psychology. This was a mega-section of 85 students.
  • Fall, 2017
    • Instructor. Cognitive Psychology.
    • Instructor. Introduction to Psychology. This was a mega-section of 91 students.

2014 – 2017
Lecturer. Department of Psychology. Newham College University Centre. London, UK.

  • Spring, 2017
    • Instructor. Two sections – Introduction to Cognitive and Biological Psychology.
    • Instructor. Personality and Individual Differences.
    • Supervisor. Undergraduate dissertation projects.
  • Fall, 2016
    • Instructor. Cognitive Psychology.
    • Instructor. Language and Mind.
    • Instructor. Physiological (Biological) Psychology.
    • Instructor. Introduction to Research.
    • Supervisor. Undergraduate dissertation projects.
  • Spring, 2016
    • Instructor. Three sections – Introduction to Cognitive and Biological Psychology.
    • Instructor. Personality and Individual Differences.
    • Supervisor. Undergraduate dissertation projects.
  • Fall, 2015
    • Instructor. Two sections – Cognitive Psychology.
    • Instructor. Physiological (Biological) Psychology.
    • Instructor. Introduction to Research.
    • Supervisor. Undergraduate dissertation projects.
  • Spring, 2015
    • Instructor. Introduction to Cognitive and Biological Psychology x 2 sections.
    • Instructor. Personality and Individual Differences.
    • Instructor. Cross-Cultural Psychology.
    • Supervisor. Undergraduate dissertation projects.
  • Fall, 2014
    • Instructor. Two sections – Introduction to Research.
    • Instructor. Two sections – Introduction to Individual Differences and Social Psychology.
    • Supervisor. Undergraduate dissertation projects.

2011 – 2013
Instructor. Kingston Adult Education. Kingston upon Thames, UK.

  • Fall, 2013
    • Instructor. Psychology of Close Relationships.
  • Summer, 2013
    • Instructor. Discovering Psychology.
    • Instructor. Psychology of Close Relationships.
  • Fall, 2012
    • Instructor. Discovering Psychology.
    • Tutor. Neuroscience.
  • Spring, 2012
    • Instructor. Discovering Psychology.
    • Tutor. Neuroscience.
  • Fall, 2011
    • Instructor. Discovering Psychology.
    • Tutor. Neuroscience.

2007 – 2010
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow. Department of Biological and Medical Psychology. University of Bergen. Bergen, Norway.

  • Research: I was responsible for running a laboratory using transcranial magnetic stimulation and functional magnetic resonance imaging to explore how the brain processes speech sounds. I did not teach during the fellowship.
  • Graduate student research projects: I supervised the research projects of graduate students enrolled in the clinical program at the university while I was employed there. These studies typically revolved around topics we were exploring in our research group.

2003 – 2007
Assistant Professor. Department of Psychology. Indiana State University. Terre Haute, IN, USA.

  • Fall, 2006
    • Instructor. Graduate Seminar in Biological Psychology.
    • Instructor. Physiological Psychology.
    • Faculty Coordinator. Introduction to Psychology.
  • Summer, 2006
    • Instructor. Introduction to Psychology.
  • Spring, 2006
    • Instructor. Seminar in Cognitive Neuroscience.
    • Instructor. Research in Biological Psychology.
    • Instructor & Faculty Coordinator. Introduction to Psychology.
  • Fall, 2005
    • Instructor. Graduate Seminar in Biological Psychology.
    • Instructor. Physiological Psychology.
    • Faculty Coordinator. Introduction to Psychology.
  • Summer, 2005
    • Instructor. Introduction to Psychology.
  • Spring, 2005
    • Instructor. Physiological Psychology.
    • Instructor. Perception.
  • Fall, 2004
    • Instructor. Graduate Seminar in Biological Psychology.
    • Instructor. Physiological Psychology.
    • Instructor. Introduction to Psychology – Honors.
  • Spring, 2004
    • Instructor. Physiological Psychology.
    • Instructor. Perception.
    • Instructor. Research in Biological Psychology.
  • Fall, 2003
    • Instructor. Graduate Seminar in Biological Psychology.
    • Instructor. Physiological Psychology.

1997 – 2003
Graduate Assistant. Graduate Assistant. Department of Psychology. University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA.

  • Spring, 2003
    • Instructor. Sensation and Perception.
  • Fall, 2002
    • Administrative Assistant. Participant Pool Coordinator.
    • Teaching Assistant. Introduction to Psychology (approx. 250 students).
  • Summer, 2002
    • Instructor. Statistical Analysis and Design. NSF funded Summer Research Institute in Experimental Psychology.
  • Spring, 2002
    • Instructor. Sensation and Perception.
  • Fall, 2001
    • Instructor. Sensation and Perception.
    • Instructor. Psychological Research Methods.
  • Summer, 2001
    • Instructor. Statistical Analysis and Design. NSF funded Summer Research Institute in Experimental Psychology.
  • Spring, 2001
    • Teaching Assistant. Applied statistical methods.
  • Fall, 2000
    • Teaching Assistant. Applied statistical methods.
  • Summer, 2000
    • Instructor. Statistical Analysis and Design. NSF funded Summer Research Institute in Experimental Psychology.
  • Spring, 2000
    • Instructor. Sensation and Perception.
    • Research Assistant to Prof. Gordon Baylis and Dr. John Richards. High-Density
      EEG Laboratory.
  • 1998 – 1999
    • Guest Lecturer and Teaching Assistant. Introductory psychology classes and
      research methods courses.
  • 1997 – 1998
    • Research Assistant to Prof. Gordon Baylis, Attention and Perception
      Laboratory.

2002
Adjunct Instructor. Department of Psychology. Midlands Technical Community College, Columbia, SC, USA.

  • Fall, 2002
    • Instructor. Two sections – Introduction to Psychology.

2001
Adjunct Instructor. Department of Psychology. Columbia College, Columbia, SC, USA.

  • Summer, 2001
    • Instructor. Introduction to Psychology.

2001
Visiting Scientist. School of Psychology. University of Nottingham. Nottingham, UK.

MENTORING EXPERIENCE

Doctoral Dissertation Committees

Amy Deloyski, Novelty, arousal, and love: The mediating role of self-expansion. Indiana State University, USA. 2003 – 2004

Amy is now a practicing psychologist in Minnesota, USA.

Clinical Psychology Research Project Supervision

Lars Eide. Can transcranial magnetic stimulation be used in the treatment of schizophrenia? University of Bergen, Norway, 2009

Trond Amundsen and Andreas Rimala Jensen, Reducing the number of trials in a dichotic listening test whilst maintaining reliability. University of Bergen, Norway, 2009

Linda Flønes, Camilla C. Hetland, and Ida Charlotte A. Øyen, The effect of voiced syllables on the right ear advantage in dichotic listening. University of Bergen, Norway, 2008

Master’s Thesis Committees

Yun Hee Choi, The effect of visual half-field presentations and scan direction on judgments of line bisection: A study of pseudoneglect. Indiana State University, USA. 2005 – 2007

Felix Thoemmes, Error management theory and the over-perception of aggression. Indiana State University, USA. 2004 – 2005

Felix received his Ph.D. from Arizona State University and is now an Associate Professor at Cornell University.

Graduate Advisor

Yun Hee Choi, Indiana State University, USA. 2005 – 2006

Piotr Burchard, Indiana State University, USA. 2004

Mami Kashiwabara, Indiana State University, USA. 2003 – 2005

Undergraduate Research Supervision

Selected Undergraduate Dissertations, Theses, and Research Projects

Nick Simonsen. Effect of disfluency on effortful mental tasks. Newham College University Centre, UK. Spring 2017

Nick recently completed an MSc in experimental psychology at the University of Sussex in the United Kingdom.

Christopher McDonald. Cross-cultural differences in attitudes associated with miscegenous relationships from within the south Asian UK ethnic community. Newham College University Centre, UK. Spring 2017

Sarish Ahmad. How can parents promote confidence and emotional well-being in children through communication? Newham College University Centre, UK. Fall 2016

Sarish is now a graduate student in clinical child psychology at Anglia Ruskin University in the United Kingdom

Pavels Smoljaninovs. The extent of environmental and biopsychological factors in mental disorders: A literature-based review. Newham College University Centre, UK. Spring 2016

Lorraine Scarfe. Do single women over forty feel happy and more emotionally supported than women who cohabit with their partner? Newham College University Centre. Spring 2016

Daniel G. Headley. What are the significant and unique contributions of fathers to child development and the external factors influencing these? Newham College Univesity Centre, UK. Fall 2015

Diana Dabo-Jardim. Is there a sensitive period for acculturation? An assessment of different ages at immigration. Newham College University Centre, UK. Spring 2015.

Christos Valoyiannis. An assessment of arachnophobia in the presence of an actual spider and its relatedness to family members. Newham College University Centre, UK. Spring 2015

Tihitina Getachew Feyhissa. The big five personality factors and their impact on decision-making strategies. Newham College University Centre, UK. Spring 2015

Vjollca Hasmuja. Attractiveness and its influence on job candidate selection. Newham College University Centre, UK. Fall 2014

Mirian Monge. Attachment style as a predictor of sexism. Newham College University Centre, UK. Fall 2014

Adam Barker, The effects of caloric vestibular stimulation on two-point threshold. Original research project. Indiana State University, USA. 2005 – 2007

Adam enrolled in a graduate program at the University of Toledo upon graduation.

Kathryn Fischer, The effect of luminance changes on the allocation of spatial attention. Indiana State University, USA. 2005 – 2007

Kathryn received her Ph.D. in Neuroscience from Indiana University and is now a manager of behavioral phenotyping at Indiana University School of Medicine.

Beth Kolish, Perceived physiological effects of stress, Honors Research Project, Indiana State University, USA. 2005 – 2006

Dean’s Fellowship Program

Kyle Tidd, The disruption of V1 visual processing by transcranial magnetic stimulation, Research Project, Indiana State University, USA. 2005

SERVICE

Fall, 2017
Volunteer Representative of the American University of Sharjah at the Al Najah Education Fair in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

Spring, 2016
Recruiter. Newham College University Centre fair at Stratford Centre. London, UK.

Fall, 2007
Co-Organizer of Bergen fMRI Fall Course, Workshop on Voxel-Based Mapping. University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway.

Spring, 2006
Member of the Master’s Program Admissions Committee. Indiana State University.

Fall 2004 – Summer 2006
Member – Council of Academic Advisors. College of Arts and Sciences. Indiana State University.

Fall, 2004 – Summer 2006
Director of Undergraduate Studies for the Psychology Department. Indiana State University.

Fall, 2004 – Summer 2006
Member of the Curriculum Committee. Indiana State University.

Spring, 2005
Member of the Master’s Program Admissions Committee. Indiana State University.

Fall, 2004 – Summer, 2005
Faculty Advisor for the Psychological Society. Indiana State University.

Fall, 2002
Student member of the cognitive neuroscience faculty search committee. University of South Carolina.

Fall, 2000
Student member of the cognitive neuroscience faculty search committee. University of South Carolina.

Spring, 1996
Session Moderator. 10th Annual National Council on Undergraduate Research. University of North Carolina at Asheville.

SEMINARS, LECTURES, AND WORKSHOPS ATTENDED

2017
CAS Dean’s Lecture: Modeling the Movement of Prehistoric People. Speaker: Dr. Deepak Mathur. American University of Sharjah, Sharjah, UAE.

2017
Documentary Film Festival by students of Multimedia Design Studio III. Sponsor: Rebecca Beamer, MFA. American University of Sharjah, Sharjah, UAE.

2017
Development, Tourism, and the Romance of Matriarchy in SW China. Speaker: Dr. Eileen Walsh. American University of Sharjah, Sharjah, UAE.

2017
Statistical Analysis of the Exchange Rate of Bitcoin and Other Cryptocurrencies. Speaker: Dr. Stephen Chan. American University of Sharjah, Sharjah, UAE.

2013
Workshop on using the SMART Board interactive display in higher education. Sponsored by Kingston Adult Education, Kingston-Upon-Thames, UK. Summer.

2013
The Traumatized Child: Healing Brain, Mind, & Body. Speaker: Dr. Bruce Perry. Institute of Arts and Education, London, UK. Summer.

2013
Supporting Learners with ADD & ADHD, Sponsored by Kingston Adult Education, Kingston-Upon-Thames, UK. Spring.

2011
Using the PACE Model to Treat Traumatized Children. Speaker: Dr. Daniel Hughes. Institute of Arts and Education, London, UK. Spring.

2008
Workshop on Imaging in Psychiatry. Sponsored by the Department of Biological and Medical Psychology, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway. Spring.

2007
Workshop on Voxel-Based Mapping. Sponsored by the Department of Biological and Medical Psychology, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway. Fall.

2006
Workshop on Voxel-Based Morphometry: Theory and Applications. Sponsored by the Department of Biological and Medical Psychology, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway. Spring.

2006
Workshop on experiment programming with E-Prime. Sponsored by the Department of Biological and Medical Psychology, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway. Spring.

2004
Conference on Asperger’s Syndrome. Sponsored by the Student Academic Services Center. Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN, USA. Spring.

2003
First Year Program Seminar. Sponsored by the Office of First Year Programs. Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN, USA. Fall.

SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS

Baylis, G. C., Baylis, L. L., & Gore, C. L. (2004). Visual neglect can be object-based or scene-based depending on task representation. Cortex. 40, 237-246.

Shisler, R. J., Gore, C. L., & Baylis, G. C. (2004). Auditory extinction: the effect of stimulus similarity and task requirements. Neuropsychologia. 42, 836-846.

Brown, T. L., Gore, C. L., & Carr, T. (2002). Visual attention and word recognition in Stroop color naming: Is word recognition “automatic”? Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. 131, 220-240.

Gore, C. L., Rodriguez, P. D., and Baylis, G. C. (2001). Deficits of motor intention following parietal lesions. Behavioural Neurology. 13, 29-37.

Baylis, G. C., Gore, C. L., Rodriguez, P. D., & Shisler, R. J. (2001). Visual extinction: the importance of binding dorsal and ventral visual pathways. Visual Cognition. 8, 359 – 379.

Brown, T. L., Gore, C. L., & Pearson, T. R., (1998). Visual half-field Stroop effects with spatial separation of words and color targets. Brain and Language. 63, 122-142.

RECENT RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

Gore, C. L., Simonsen, N., & Elewa, N. Is there a relationship between degree of acculturation and personality traits as assessed by the five-factor model?

Two undergraduate students (co-authors, above) assisted with this project. Data was collected in spring of 2017 at Newham College University Centre and completed in spring of 2018 at the American University of Sharjah.

Gore, C. L. The relationship between feelings of awe and personality; A replication.

Data collected in spring of 2018 at the American University of Sharjah.

Gore, C. L., Simonsen N. The effect of environmental noise on working memory performance in an OSPAN task.

Data collection completed in 2017.

SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCES

* Denotes research with a student.

Gore, C. L., Nygård, M., & Hugdahl, K. (2009). Attention at short voiced onset times modulates laterality in dichotic listening. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Society, San Francisco, CA, USA.

Gore, C. L., Nygård, M., & Hugdahl, K. (2008). Dichotically presented syllables and laterality: A study using transcranial magnetic stimulation.Poster presented at the International Conference of Cognitive Neuroscience, Bodrum, Turkey.

Anderson, E., Anderson, V., Brubaker B., & Gore, C. L. (2008). Students in their natural habitat: Development of a taxonomy and standardized survey of student activities. Poster presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL, USA.

* Fischer, K., & Gore, C. L. (2007). The effect of luminance changes on the allocation of spatial attention. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, New York, NY, USA.

Anderson, E., Gore, C. L., Anderson, V., Herrmann, D., Alvager, T., & Beach, D. (2005). Revisiting an old problem with new conceptual tools: The current prospects for artificial intelligence. Poster presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL, USA.

* Barker, A. C., & Gore, C. L. (2005). The effects of caloric vestibular stimulation on two-point threshold. Poster presented at the ISU Undergraduate/Graduate Research Showcase, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN, USA.

* Burchard, P. T., * Vogel, A., * Freeman, K. M., & Gore, C. L. (2005). Pseudoneglect and stimulus saliency: The effect of border contrast at very brief visual presentations. Poster presented at the ISU Undergraduate/Graduate Research Showcase, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN, USA.

* Kashiwabara, * M., Lochbaum, A. N., & Gore, C. L. (2005). SOA sensitivity in the right and left parietal lobules during TMS-induced extinction. Poster presented at the ISU Undergraduate/Graduate Research Showcase, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN, USA.

Gore, C. L., Karlsen-Gore, B., Greene, K., Rorden, C., & Baylis, G. C. (2003). Timing of activity in the right inferior parietal lobe during TMS-induced inattention. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, New York, NY, USA.

Gore, C. L., Sasine, G. M., Baylis, G. C., & Rorden, C. (2001). Visual cueing of tactile attention. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, New York, NY, USA.

Baylis, L. L., Baylis, G. C., Gore, C. L., Greene K. K., & Simon, S. L. (2001). Visual neglect and extinction: what is simultaneous stimulation? Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, New York, NY, USA.

Baylis, G. C., Gore, C. L., & Rorden, C. (2000). The effects of attentional load on peripheral attention assessed with behavioral and ERP measures. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society, New Orleans, LA, USA.

Gore, C. L., Rodriguez, D., Shisler, R., & Baylis, G. C. (2000). The effect of parietal lesions on attention and intention. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA, USA.

Baylis, G. C., Raymond, J., & Gore, C. L. (1999). Detection of symmetry and repetition of illusory contours. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Los Angeles, CA, USA.

Gore, C. L., Shisler, R., Baylis, G. C., & Baylis, L. L. (1999). Processing of neglected information depends on its task-relevance. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Washington, DC, USA.

Shisler, R., Gore, C. L., & Baylis, G. C. (1999). The effect of stimulus similarity on extinction. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Washington, DC, USA.

Gore, C. L., & Baylis, G. C. (1998). Is neglect object dependent? It depends on what you are asking. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA, USA.

Gore, C. L., Baylis, G. C., & Baylis, L. L. (1998). The effect of aging on pre-attentive and effortful perception. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Society, Washington, DC, USA.

Kieft, A., Gore, C. L., & Brown, T. L. (1997). Use of abrupt onset cues to test the attention capture account of Stroop dilution. Paper presented at the 22nd annual Carolinas Psychology Conference, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA.

Pearson, T. R., Hall, S. M., Gore, C. L., & Brown, T. L. (1996). Hemispheric differences in the processing of Stroop displays; Stroop effects with color patch targets and distractor words in either the same or different visual half-fields. Paper presented at the 21st annual Carolinas Psychology Conference, Meredith College, Raleigh, NC, USA.

Gore, C. L., Pearson, T. R., Burgess, R., & Brown, T. L. (1996). Post-trial priming and inhibition of distractors in Stroop displays; A comparison of lexical decision and naming tasks. Paper presented at the 21st annual Carolinas Psychology Conference, Meredith College, Raleigh, NC, USA.

Gore, C. L., & Brown, T. L. (1995). “Trueblue” and “greenhorn”: The effects of compound words containing color names on Stroop interference and facilitation. Paper presented at the 20th annual Carolinas Psychology Conference, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA.

AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND GRANTS

2009
The Meltzer Fund Norway. Co-Investigator. The role of the orbito-frontal cortex in decision making: A combined TMS/fMRI study. Not funded. University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway.

2008
The Research Council of Norway. Co-Investigator. Mapping of central auditory processing using neuro-navigated transcranial magnetic stimulation. Not funded. University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway.

2005
Dean’s Fellowship Program. Eight-week summer research program pairing high school students with faculty. Several pilot studies using transcranial magnetic stimulation were completed. Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN, USA.

2004
Office of Information Technology. Co-author on intramural grant funding the purchase of research tracking software for the psychology department. Not Funded. Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN, USA.

2003
Two Thumbs Up Award. Office of Student Disability Services. University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA.

2000
Office of Research Support Programs. Co-author on intramural grant funding research on visual extinction and neglect using transcranial magnetic stimulation. Funded. University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA.

1997
Edward C. Tolman Award for research in psychology. University of North Carolina at Asheville, Asheville, NC, USA.

1996
Summer Research Institute in Experimental Psychology Fellowship. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation. University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA.

PRESENTATIONS

2016
Neuropsychology and Visual Attention: What can Damage to the Brain Tell us About how we Attend to our Visual Worlds. NUC Research Seminar. Newham College University Centre, London, UK. Fall

2008
What can Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation tell us about Dichotic Listening? Locus Meeting. Os, Norway. Spring.

2008
TMS/fMRI dichotic listening – an update… fMRI Group Meeting. University of Bergen, Norway. Spring.

2007
TMS and Mapping of Cognition. NBS Seminar. University of Bergen, Norway. Fall.

2007
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation: Introduction to Basic Principles and Methods. fMRI Group Meeting. University of Bergen, Norway. Spring.

2007
Transcranial magnetic stimulation as a tool in the study of brain and behavior. Cognitive NeuroScience Group Meeting. University of Bergen, Norway. Spring.

2004
What Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation can tell us about Neuropsychology? Psi Chi Chapter. Indiana State University, USA. Spring.

2003
Understanding Hemi-Spatial Neglect: From Neuropsychology to Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation. Department of Life Sciences Seminar Series. Indiana State University, USA. Fall.

2003
What is Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation? Psychological Sciences Seminar. Indiana State University, USA. Fall.

2001
The use of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation in Studies of Cognition. Cognitive Neuroscience Lecture Series. The University of South Carolina, USA. Summer.

2000
Visual Neglect following Parietal Lesions: Deficits of Motor Intention and Deficits of Attention. Hardata Café. The University of South Carolina, USA. Spring.

1999
Processing of Neglected Information Depends on its Task Relevance. Hardata Café. The University of South Carolina, USA. Spring.

SERVICE TO PROFESSION

2003 – 2004
Invited Peer Reviewer: Neuropsychologia

MEMBERSHIPS

Present:

Association for Psychological Science

Society for the Teaching of Psychology

Past:

Cognitive Neuroscience Society

Indiana Academy of SciencesMidwestern Psychological Association

REFERENCES

Available upon request.