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Even more new psychology experiments!

Slide1If you think any of these sound interesting, please click on the link to access the online study and participate. These are all studies from current students of mine here at Keele:

Lee: Memory and metacognition

David & Jiacheng: Motivation and cognition

Lingni: Functions of autobiographical memory

Rachael: Conscious awareness, memory, and metacognition

Full information about each study is provided on the first page. I hope you find them interesting.


New memory experiments to participate in

I have some excellent undergraduate project students this year working on projects exploring a wide variety of memory topics. If you think any of these sound interesting, please click on the link to access the online study and participate!

Georgina: Memory and Facial Expression

Grace: Music and Memories Questionnaire

Mark: Memory, identity, and educational experiences

Mulongwe: Memory for life events cued by words and pictures

Full information about each study is provided on the first page. I hope you find them interesting.

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To remember is important.

ESRC Future Research Leader award

JPG RGB LargeIn January 2015 I applied for a Future Research Leader award from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). This award scheme is a prestigious scheme through which the ESRC funds the research of a small number of early career researchers who have the potential to be future leaders in their research fields.

This was the first big grant that I have applied for and I found it very stressful writing the application and dealing with the ‘impostor feeling’ and that I was not good enough to receive this type of award, especially as I know this grant scheme is extremely prestigious and very competitive. Continue reading

Memory for Faces

New experiment available for participation: Memory for Faces

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Experiment will take about 30 minutes to participate in. Full instructions given on the first page.

Stimuli obtained from: Righi, G., Peissig, J. J., & Tarr, M. J. (2012). Recognizing disguised faces.Visual Cognition, 20(2), 143-169.

Student research projects 2014-15


I have a number of excellent undergraduate students pursuing interesting research ideas for their Final Year Projects this year.

Three of their studies are ready for participants to take part in online:

Alexia Paul: Autobiographical memory and its functions.

Kirsty Morgan: What are we afraid of, and why?

Sophie Whittaker: Imagination, identity, and memory.

Clicking on the links above should open the study web page in a new tab/window. Full instructions about each study are given on the first page. Participation is entirely voluntary and you can exit the study at any time and your data will be deleted and not analysed.

Thanks in advance for participating!

New Memory Experiment Online

I’ve got another new memory experiment ready to collect data online using Qualtrics. Unsurprisingly, given my research interests, this experiment tests your memory for a list of words and asks you to make various judgments about your recognition experiences! The experiment will take 20-25 minutes to complete. Full instructions are given on the first page. Click on the link to go to the experiment: CRST-RK Memory Experiment.


More experiments you can participate in (pretty, pretty please)

Keele stacked 2Three of my Final Year Project students have developed research studies for their dissertation projects that are recruiting participants online.

These three projects all look at different aspects of autobiographical memory, and are completely separate, so if you are interested, you can complete all of them!

Each will take less than 30 minutes to complete. Full information about what the study involves is described on the first page of the study:

Rachael Bates: Music and Autobiographical Memory

David Fredericks: Memories of Political Events

Rachael Woodroffe: Autobiographical memory, Self, and Mood

We are particularly interested in recruiting participants who are older than typical college/university students so that participants have a larger age range of memories to draw on.

Many thanks in advance.