Below you will find scholarly and other professional works of faculty in the Department of Psychology.

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Submissions from 2011

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IDK LOL: Text Messaging During Class Impairs Comprehension of Lecture Material, Amanda C. Gingerich

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Multi-Tasking = Epic Fail: Students Who Text Message During Class Show Impaired Comprehension of Lecture Material, Amanda C. Gingerich

Submissions from 2010

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Feeling of Knowing and Retrieval Failure: Tip-of-the-Tongue State is Not the Only Option, Amanda C. Gingerich

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How Sweet It Is: Candy-Based Demonstrations in Introductory Psychology, Amanda C. Gingerich

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Study Smarter, Not Harder, T. Lineweaver and Amanda C. Gingerich

Submissions from 2009

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“Have You Seen The Notebook?” “I Don’t Remember.” Using Popular Cinema to Teach Memory and Amnesia, Amanda C. Gingerich

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The Effect of Emotional State on Inadvertent Plagiarism Memory Errors, Amanda C. Gingerich

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When Being Sad Improves Memory Accuracy: The Role of Affective State in Inadvertent Plagiarism, Amanda C. Gingerich

Submissions from 2008

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Practicing mentorship: Graduate-student supervision of undergraduate research assistants, O. K. Lima, Amanda C. Gingerich, and J. P. Seder

Submissions from 2006

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The Digital Teaching Portfolio Handbook: A How‐To Guide for Educators, Amanda C. Gingerich

Submissions from 2005

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Speeded retrieval abolishes the false memory suppression effect: Evidence for the distinctiveness heuristic, C. S. Dodson and Amanda C. Gingerich

Submissions from 2004

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Why distinctive information reduces false memories: Evidence for both impoverished relational-encoding and distinctiveness heuristic accounts, Amanda C. Gingerich and C. S. Dodson