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June 27, 2016
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William Hockley

Professor, Psychology

Areas of Expertise: Cognitive psychology with a focus on human attention and memory; Recognition decision processes; Memory for different attributes of experience

Biography: My research program, funded by NSERC, has focused on issues related to recognition memory. In particular, I have been interested in distinguishing between decision-based and memory-based influences on recognition performance. Recent work includes studies?

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Anne Wilson

Professor, Psychology

Areas of Expertise: Identity and well-being over time; Beliefs about personal change; Autobiographical memory; The psychology of subjective time; Future thinking and mental simulation; Goal-pursuit, motivation and resolution-setting; Short-term and long-term motivations for behaviour; Motivation to exercise and to eat better; Motivations for environmentally sustainable behaviour and beliefs about climate change; Interpersonal transgressions and beliefs about morality; Subjective perceptions of stigmatized groups and inequality; Body image, sociocultural norms for appearance; Media and sociocultural norms; Subjective perceptions of space and locations

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Angelo Santi

Professor Emeritus, Psychology

Areas of Expertise: Animal memory and cognition; Pharmacological analysis of behaviour; Effects of drugs on time perception and temporal memory; Animal research

Biography: The major objective of my research program has been to contribute to the area of comparative cognition by increasing our understanding of how animals encode and retain information. The research is focused on laboratory-based behavioural investigations?

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