Karmen Bleile, Instructor
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: (902) 585-1521
Office location: Horton Hall 305
Classes taught (Fall 2017): Research Design and Analysis 1 (4 lab sections), Sensation and Perception (lab)
Classes taught (Winter 2018): Research Design and Analysis 2 (4 lab sections), Cognitive Neuroscience (lab) Comparative Psychology
B.Sc. (Honours), University of Calgary
Ph.D., McMaster University
I am interested in the role that attention plays in modulating the contribution that memory retrieval makes to the response selection process. I have used negative priming and inhibition of return tasks to investigate how changing the attentional demands of tasks can influence the extent to which memory retrieval can be a reliable source of information in the response selection process.
Milliken, B., Thomson, D., Bleile, K.R., MacLellan, E., & Giammarco, M. (2012). Context-specific control and the Stroop negative priming effect. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 65, 1430-1448. doi: 10.1080/17470218.2012.656851
RECENTLY SUPERVISED STUDENTS
Karli Cruikshank (2018). Susceptibility to the Ebbinghaus illusion: Sequential presentation of target and context.