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Dr. Heekyeong Park

[Park, Heekyeong]

Last Updated: January 27, 2016
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Professional Preparation

Professional Preparation

    • 1995 Ph.D. in Brain & Cognitive Science, University of Southern California
    • 2002 Postdoctoral Fellow in Cognitive Psychology, Carnegie Mellon University
    • 2006 Associate Specialist in Neurobiology and Behavior, University of California Irvine-Center for Neurobiology and Learning of Memory

Appointments

Appointments

    • Jan 2010 to Present Adjunct Professor
      The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (UTSW)
    • Jan 2010 to Present Affiliated Fellow
      Center for Vital Longevity, University of Texas at Dallas
    • Jan 2009 to Present Assist Professor
      University of Texas at Arlington   Office of the President   Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs   College of Science

Memberships

  • Fellow
    • Jan 2002 to Present Psychonomic Society
  • member
    • Jan 2006 to Present Society for Neuroscience
    • Jan 2006 to Present Cognitive Neuroscience Society
    • Jan 1995 to Present Associations for Psychological Science

Awards and Honors

    • Apr  2010 NSF Workshop for Women in Science and Engineering sponsored by National Scientific Foundation (NSF)
    • Apr  2008 NSF Workshop for Women in Science and Engineering sponsored by National Science Foundation (NSF)

News Articles

News Articles

    • Jan 2015 Musicians may have an edge when it comes to long-term memory

      Using electroencephalography (EEG), Dr. Park and graduate student James Schaeffer measured electrical activity of neurons in the brains of 29 participants, of which 14 were musicians, each with at least 15 years of experience. EEG results suggested that musicians process responses in the frontal and parietal lobes differently from non-musicians.The musicians outperformed their non-musical counterparts in both pictorial and verbal tasks that concerned working memory, for EEG readings suggested they had faster neural responses.

    • Nov 2014 Musicians show advantages in long-term memory

      Extensive music training is associated with memorial advantage in long-term memory tasks. Musicians who have played music instrument for more than 10 years were better on working memory and long-term memory tasks. ERP data also showed that brain activity differed between musicians versus non-musicians.

    • Nov 2014 Musicians Have Major Advantage When It Comes To Long-Term Memory

      University of Texas at Arlington researchers measured electrical activity of neurons in the brains of professional musicians who had been studying classical music for at least 15 years. The researchers had participants perform memory tasks with both words and pictures while hooked up to electroencephalography technology (EEG), which records processing differences in the frontal and temporal lobes. Musicians shwed better memory on both working memory and long-term memory

Research and Expertise

Research and Expertise

  • Biomarkers of cognitive impairments due to neurological/psychological disorders

    Neural correlates associated with PTSD, anxiety disorder, depression etc.

    The role of integrative processing in PTSD

  • Neuroimaging studies of memory and cognition

    fMRI studies of brain activity related with successful memory formation and forgetting

  • fMRI study of aging and memory in the lifespan

    neuroimaging study of aging and memory across the lifespan

  • Conscious/unconscious forms of memory

    Memory performance depending on conscious processing

  • EEG/ERP study of Cognition

    Electrophysiological study of human cognition and memory using the EEG system

  • tDCS (transcranial direct current stimulation) study with both healthy control and clinical populations

    Brain stimulation study to investigate causal relationship between brain regions and brain functions

  • Cognitive Neuroscience study using fNIRS

    fNIRS study for human cognition using both healthy control and developmental/clinical groups

Publications


      2004
      • Book Chapter
        Park, H.; Reder, L. M. Moses illusion. In Cognitive illusions: A handbook on fallacies and biases in thinking, judgment and memory; R. F. Pohl, Eds.; Psychology Press: Hove, UK, 2004.
        {Book Chapter }

      2001
      • Book Chapter
        Lee, J. & Park, H. (2001). Theories of memory: A perspective of cognitive psychology. In Memory. Hana Medical Books.
        {Book Chapter }

      1998
      • Book Chapter
        Park, H. (1998). History and research methods. In Adolescent Psychology. Hakmunsa.
        {Book Chapter }

      2014
      • Journal Article

        Park, H., Leal, F., Abellanoza, C., & Schaeffer, J.D. (2014). The formation of source   memory under distraction. Behavioral and Brain Functions,10:40.

        {Journal Article }
      • Journal Article

        Park, H., Abellanoza, C., Schaeffer, JD., & Gandy K. (2014). MTL material-specific processing at retrieval via incorporated encoding. Brain Research1553, 59-68.

        {Peer Reviewed }
      • Journal Article

        Schaeffer, J.D., Yennu, A.S., Gandy, K.C., Tian F., Liu, H., & Park, H. (2014). An fNIRS investigation of associative recognition in the prefrontal cortex with a rapid event-related design. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 235, 308-315.

        {Peer Reviewed }
      • Journal Article

        Park, H., Abellanoza, C., & Schaeffer, J.D. (2014). Comparison of retrieval activity for associative and source memory. Neuroscience Letters, 581, 52-56.

        {Peer Reviewed }

      2013
      • Journal Article
        Park, H., & Kennedy K, Rodrigue K, Hebrank A, & Park D. (2013). A fMRI study of episodic encoding across the lifespan: Changes in subsequent memory effects are evident by middle age. Neuropsychologia, 51, 448-456.
        {Journal Article }
      • Journal Article

        Park H., Leal F, Spann C, & Abellanoza, C. (2013).The effect of object processing in content-dependent source memory. BMC Neuroscience, 14:71 DOI: 10.1186/1471-2202-14-71

        {Peer Reviewed }

      2012
      • Journal Article
        Park, H., Shannon, V., Biggan J., Spann C. (2012). Neural activity supporting the formation of associative memory versus source memory. Brain Research, 1471, 81-92.
        {Journal Article }

      2011
      • Journal Article
        Park, H. & Rugg, M. D.(2011). Neural correlates of encoding within- and across-domain item-item associations. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23, 2533-2543.
        {Journal Article }

      2010
      • Journal Article
        Park, H. & Rugg, M. D. (2010). Pre-stimulus hippocampal activity predicts later recollection. Hippocampus, 20, 24-28.
        {Journal Article }

      2009
      • Journal Article
        Reder, L. M., Park, H., & Kieffaber, P. (2009). Memory systems do not divide on consciousness: Reinterpreting memory in terms of activation and binding. Psychological Bulletin, 135(1), 23-49.
        {Journal Article }

      2008
      • Journal Article
        Park, H. & Rugg, M. D. (2008). The relationship between study processing and the effects of cue congruency at retrieval: fMRI support for Transfer Appropriate Processing. Cerebral Cortex, 18, 868-875.
        {Journal Article }
      • Journal Article
        Rugg, M. D., Johnson, J. D., Park, H., & Uncapher, M. (2008). Encoding-retrieval overlap in human episodic memory: A functional neuroimaging prospective. Progress in Brain Research, 169, 339-352.
        {Journal Article }
      • Journal Article
        Park, H. & Rugg, M. D. (2008). Neural correlates of successful encoding of semantically and phonologically mediated inter-item associations. NeuroImage, 43, 165-172.
        {Journal Article }
      • Journal Article
        Park, H., Uncapher, M., & Rugg, M. D. (2008). Effects of study task on the neural correlates of encoding operations supporting successful source memory. Learning & Memory, 15, 417-425.
        {Journal Article }

      2006
      • Journal Article
        Park, H., Arndt, J., & Reder, L. M. (2006). A contextual interference account of distinctiveness effects in recognition. Memory & Cognition, 34, 743-751.
        {Journal Article }
      • Journal Article
        Diana, R., Reder, L. M., Arndt, J., & Park, H. (2006). Models of recognition: A review of arguments in favor of a dual process account. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 13, 1-21.
        {Journal Article }

      2005
      • Journal Article
        Park, H., Reder, L. M., & Dickison, D. (2005). The effect of word frequency and similarity on recognition judgments: The role of recollection. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition.
        {Journal Article }

      2004
      • Journal Article
        Park, H., Quinlan, J., Thornton, E., & Reder, L. M. (2004). The effect of midazolam on visual search: Implications for understanding amnesia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 101, 17879-17883.
        {Journal Article }

      1993
      • Journal Article
        Park, H. & Madigan, S. (1993). Negative effects of part set cues: Are they reversible?. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 31, 311-313.
        {Journal Article }

      2013
      • Conference Paper

        Abellanoza C., Leal F, Garrett K, & Park H. (2013). The demand for cognitive control in the formation of source memory: A role of the hippocampus. The 20th annual meeting of Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting. San Francisco: CA.

        {Conference Paper }
      • Conference Paper

        Pudhiyidath A. & Park H. (2013). The encoding specificity of font on recognition of words and numbers. The proceedings of the Association for Psychological Science. 

        {Conference Paper }
      • Conference Paper

        Abellanoza C. Schaeffer JD., Gandy K., & Park H. (2013). The effect of MTL activity in associative and source memories. The 43rd annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. San Diego: CA.

        {Conference Paper }

      2012
      • Conference Paper
        Park, H., Leal F, Spann S. Ahsan Z. & Wheeler. S. (2012, April). Neural activity supporting encoding of item-context associations. The 19th annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society. Chicago: IL.
        {Conference Paper }
      • Conference Paper
        Pudhiyidath, A. & Park. H. (2012, July). Memorial advantage of distinctive perceptual effects on recognition. The 24th annual convention of Association for Psychological Society. Chicago: IL.
        {Conference Paper }
      • Conference Paper

        Najera R, Sibi JE, Li A-L, McNabb C, Fuchs PN, Peng YB, & Park H. (2012). Deep Brain Stimulation of Entorhinal Cortex Enhances Spatial Memory in Rats. Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans: LA

        {Conference Paper }
      • Conference Paper

        Leal F., Spann S., Ahsan Z. Wheeler, S. & Park H. (2012). Source memory is supported by untized encoding in both material-general and material-specific manners. Society for Neuroscience. New Orleans: LA

        {Conference Paper }

      2011
      • Conference Paper
        Park, H., Leal F, Oh S, Moore K, Hebrank A, & Park D. (2011, November). Age-related changes in prestimulus activity supporting episodic memory formation. The 41st annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. Washington DC.
        {Conference Paper }

      2010
      • Conference Paper

        Park, H., & Rugg, M. D. (2010). Neural activity for within- versus across-domain item associative encoding. Southwestern Cognitive Psychology Association. 

        {Conference Paper }
      • Conference Paper

        Park, H. (2010).Neural correlates of encoding activity across the lifespan. Aging & Cognition Conference

        {Conference Paper }
      • Conference Paper

        Park, D.C.,  Kennedy, K.M., Rodrigue, K.M., Hebrank, A.C., Park, H.,  & Devous, M.D. (2010). Increased precuneus beta-amyloid burden is associated with decreased bilateral frontal activation in healthy adults.The International Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease. 

        {Conference Paper }
      • Conference Paper

        Park, H., Kennedy, K.M., Rodrigue, K.M., Hebrank, A.C., Flicker, B., & Park, D.C.,  (2010). Pictorial encoding activity across the lifespan. The 40th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience

        {Conference Paper }
      • Conference Paper

        Park, H., & Biggan, J. R. (2010). Neural activity supporting inter-item versus item-context associative memory. The 41st annual Psychonomic Society Meeting.

        {Conference Paper }

      2009
      • Conference Paper

        deChastelaine, M., Wang, T., Minton, B., Park, H., Muftuler, T., & Rugg, M. D. (2009). Effects of age and memory function on the neural correlates of successful associative memory encoding. The 16th annual Cognitive Neuroscience meeting

        {Conference Paper }
      • Conference Paper

        Park, H., & Rugg, M. D. (2009). Neural correlates of within- vs. between-domain associative encoding. The 39th Society for Neuroscience meeting.

        {Conference Paper }

Presentations

    • November  2014 Executive control of memory and attention in STEM achievement

      Park, H. (2014, November). Executive control of memory and attention in STEM achievement. Will be presented at the NSF STEM symposium: International Mind, Brain, and Education Society. Fort Worth: TX.

    • November  2014 An ERP study of memory differences between musicians versus non-musicians

      Schaeffer, J.D., Meahl, R., & Park, H. (2014, November). An ERP study of memory differences between musicians versus non-musicians. The 44th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. Washington: DC.

    • November  2014 Latent variable structural equation modeling reveals the importance of MTL and parieto-occipital connections for successful encoding of source memory

      Jung, K., Hwang, H., & Park, H. (2014, November). Latent variable structural equation modeling reveals the importance of MTL and parieto-occipital connections for successful encoding of source memory. The 44rd annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. Washington: DC.

    • October  2014 Content-selective episodic memory and the role of MTL

      Park, H. (2014, October). Content-selective episodic memory and the role of MTL. Rice University. Houston: TX.

    • October  2014 An fNIRS investigation of associative recognition in the prefrontal cortex with a rapid event-related design.

      Schaeffer, J.D., Yennu, A.S., Gandy, K.C., Tian, F., Liu, H., & Park, H. (2014, October). An fNIRS investigation of associative recognition in the prefrontal cortex with a rapid event-related design. fNIRS 2014, Montreal: Quebec, Canada.

    • April  2014

      Abellanoza, C., & Park, H. (2014). Hippocampal involvement in retrieval of associative and source memory. The 21th annual meeting of Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting. Boston: MA.

      fMRI study of conjoint neural correlates in associative and source memory

    • April  2014

      Schaeffer J.D., Yennu AS., Gandy KC., Tian F., Liu H., & Park, H. (2014). Functional near infrared spectroscopy reveals prefrontal involvement in associative recognition. The 21th annual meeting of Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting. Boston: MA

      fNIRS study of item-item associative recognition

    • March  2014

      Gandy KC., Schaeffer J.D., Yennu AS., Tian F., Liu H., & Park, H. (2014). Associative memory in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex. UT Arlington ACES conference.

      neural mechanisms of associative memory

    • November  2013

      Abellanoza C. Schaeffer, J., Gandy K. & Park H. (2013). The effect of MTL activity in associative and source memories. The 43rd annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. San Diego: CA.

    • January  2013 How to resist interference for successful source memory
      Abellanoza C, Leal F, Garrett K, & Park H. (2013). The demand for cognitive control in the formation of source memory: A role of the hippocampus. The 20th annual meeting of Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting. San Francisco: CA.
    • January  2013 Encoding specificity in verbal and numerical stimuli
      Pudhiyidath A.* & Park H. (2013). The encoding specificity of font on recognition of words and numbers. The 25th annual convention of the Association for Psychological Science. Washington: DC.
    • January  2013

      Leal F, Abellanoza C, & Park H. (2013). Retrieval of Material-specific Source Memory.   UT Arlington ACES conference

    • January  2012 Unitized source memory
      Park H., Leal F, & Spann C. (2012). Neural activity supporting encoding of item-context associations. The 19th annual meeting of Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting. Chicago: IL.
    • January  2012 Deep Brain Stimulation
      Najera R, Sibi J, Li A, McNabb C, Fuchs PN, Peng YB, & Park H. (2012). Deep brain stimulation of the entorhinal cortex enhances spatial memory in rats. The 42nd annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. New Orleans: LA.
    • January  2012 Material-specific source memory
      Leal F, Spann C, Moore K, Ahsan Z, Wheeler S, & Park H. (2012). Source memory is supported by unitized encoding both in material-general and specific manners. The 42nd annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. New Orleans: LA.
    • January  2012 Source memory and the hippocampus
      Spann C., Leal F., Moore K., Ahsan Z. & Park H. (2012). Where did you park your car today? UT Arlington ACES conference
    • January  2012 Distinctiveness effects
      Pudhiyidath A*. & Park H. (2012). The effects of perceptual distinctiveness on recognition of words and numbers The 24th annual convention of the Association for Psychological Science. Chicago: IL.
    • January  2011 episodic memory
      Park, H. (2011, April). Neural correlates of episodic memory formation. Cognitive Science Initiative, UT Arlington.
    • January  2010 Encoding activity in the lifespan
      Park, H. (2010, January). Neural correlates of encoding activity across the lifespan. Aging & Cognition Conference, Dallas: TX.
    • January  2010 Associative memory
      Park, H. (2010, July). Neural correlates of encoding within- and across-domain inter-item associations. UT Arlington Summer Semniar in Philosophy of Mind, Cognitive Science and Neuroethics. Arlington: TX.
    • January  2010 Memory formation
      Park, H. (2010, August). Where in the brain is later successful memory formed? Sungkyunkwan University. Seoul: Korea.
    • January  2010 Lifespan encoding activity
      Park, H. (2010, November). Neural activity for memory formation across the lifespan. Greater Dallas Human Brain Imaging Retreat. Dallas: TX.
    • January  2010 Associative and Source memories
      Biggan, J & Park, H. (2010, November). Neural activity for inter-item versus item-context association. The Greater Dallas Human Brain Neuroimaging Retreat. Dallas: TX.
    • January  2010 Associative memory
      Park, H. (2010 October). Within- versus across-domain item associative encoding. Texas A&M University.
    • January  2010 MTL changes with aging
      Kennedy, K.M., Rodrigue, K.M., Hebrank, A.C., Bischof, G.N., Park, H., & Park, D.C. (2010, June). Role of hippocampal volume in age-related activation patterns in subsequent memory paradigm. Human Brain Mapping. Barcelona: Spain.
    • January  2009 Functional MRI study of episodic encoding
      Park, H. (2009, September). Functional MRI study of episodic encoding. Center for Brain Health, University of Texas at Dallas, Dallas: TX.
  • Past
    •   An fNIRS investigation of associative recognition in the prefrontal cortex with a rapid event-related design

      Schaeffer, J.D., Yennu, A.S., Gandy, K.C., Tian, F., Liu, H., & Park, H. (2014, October). An fNIRS investigation of associative recognition in the prefrontal cortex with a rapid event-related design. fNIRS 2014, Montreal: Quebec, Canada.An fNIRS investigation of associative recognition in the prefrontal cortex with a rapid event-related design

  • Past
    •   An ERP study of memory differences between musicians versus non-musicians.

      Schaeffer, J.D., Meahl, R., & Park, H. (2014, November). An ERP study of memory differences between musicians versus non-musicians. The 44th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. Washington: DC.

Projects

Projects

  • 2013
    • Sept 2013 to Present Neural correlates of cognitive changes associated with health-related changes
      This is a pilot project examining the effect of health issues (e.g., diabetes, hypertension, obesity, etc) on cognitive performance. We use neuroimaing modalities (fMRI, EEG, & tdcs) to identify neural changes associated with health-related cognitive changes.
      Role: Principal Investigator PI: Heekyeong Park
    • Sept 2013 to Present Neural changes in memory distinguished by depression
      This is the on-going project using EEG and tdcs with individuals with depression. Memory performance differentiated by undelying depression will be matched with neural markers. 
      Role: Principal Investigator PI: Heekyeong Park
    • May 2013 to Present fNIRS study of associative recognition
      This is the on-going project that examines frontal lobe activity revealed by  associative recognition accuracy.
      Role: Principal Investigator PI: Heekyeong Park
  • 2011
    • Aug 2011 to Present The effect of interference on recognition
      This project seeks to determine the neural correlates associated with accurate memory encoding and retrieval when interfering distractors are present.
      Role: Principal Investigator PI: Heekyeong Park
  • 2009
    • Aug 2009 to Present fMRI studies of subsequent memory
      This project extends previous research by examining fMRI activity in encoding and retrieval of memory with normal participants in that MTL-related activity has been measured by study/test material and cognitive operation
      Role: Principal Investigator PI: Heekyeong Park
  • 2010
    • Aug 2010 to Sept 2011 Neural correlates of associative recognition
      This research examined BOLD activity differences in fMRI between successful memory vs. unsuccessful memory in associative recognition
      Role: Principal Investigator PI: Heekyeong Park

Students Supervised

  • Doctoral
    • Present

    • Present

    • Present

  • Undergraduate

Collaborators

Collaborators

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      Cognitive changes in PTSD

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      fMRI study of lifespan changes in memory

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      fNIRS study of memory

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      Pupillometry study of cognition

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      fMRI study of memory

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      Computational modeling of EEG/ERP human memory data

Courses

Other Teaching Activities

Other Teaching Activities

  • 2013
    • Uncategorized
      • Nov 2013 Doctoral degree-qualification exam committee members

        Amber Harris (Psychology, 2013)

    • Dissertation Committee Member
      • Nov 2013 Stress-induced changes in social interaction

        Priya Iyer (Psychology, 2013)

    • MS Thesis Committee Member
      • Nov 2013 The Role of Religion in Managing Existential Threat

        Lauren Coursey (Psychology, 2013) 

      • Nov 2013 Impact of recurrence on prostate cancer survivors

        Gabriela Orsak (Psychology, 2013) 

  • 2012
    • Uncategorized
      • Nov 2012 Doctoral degree qualification commmittee

        Ailing Li (Psychology 2012)

    • Dissertation Committee Member
      • Nov 2012 fMRI analysis of Gulf-war syndrome in veterans

        Crystal Cortes (Psychology, 2012) 

    • Disseertation Committee Member
      • Nov 2012 Recognition memory of narratives

        Haylie Miller (Psychology, 2012) 

    • MS Thesis Committee Member
      • Nov 2012 Probability reasoning in numeracy

        Yun-Fei Li (Psychology, 2012) 

    • Undergraduate Independent Investigation
      • Nov 2012 Memorial effects of perceptual features of the stimulus

        Athula Pudhiyidath (Psychology, 2010-2012)   Awarded as the Best Thesis in Honor’s College 

  • 2010
    • Uncategorized
      • Nov 2010 Doctoral degree qualification exam committee

        Crystal Cortes (Psychology, 2010)

  • 2014
    • Dissertation Committee Member
      • June 2014 Pain-related network in animal study

        Ailing Li (Psychology, 2014) 

      • June 2014 The role of the infralimbic cortex in a pain

        Christopher McNabb (Psychology 2014)

    • Disseertation Committee Member
      • July 2014 Hybrid Brainstorming methods

        Luna Korde (Psychology 2014)

    • Chair of Master's Thesis Committee
      • Aug 2014 tDCS study of depression deficits

        Cheryl Abellanoza (Psychology 2014)

      • Aug 2014 EEG investigation of levels-of-processing

        Kellen Gandy (Psychology 2014)

    • Doctoral dissertation qualifying exam committee
      • Aug 2014 The role of numeracy in decision making

        Sriram Govindarajan (Psychology 2014)

    • Doctoral disseration qualifying exam committee
      • Aug 2014 The effects of perceived control and depression on health in metabolic disease

        Gabriela Orsak (Psychology 2014)

      • July 2014 Examining the role of statins and mood on plasma lipids and health outcomes

        Hollie Pellosima (Psychology, 2014)

  • 2011
    • Dissertation Committee Member
      • Nov 2011 Effects of bullying in olds

        Madeline Lex-Lear (Psychology, 2011) 

Service to the Community

Service to the Community

  • Appointed
    • Aug 2010 to  Present Science Fair Judge

      Coppell ISD Science Fair (2010-present)

    • Jan 2011 to  Nov 2013 Coppell ISD Science Fair

      Judge for Science fair work

Service to the Profession

  • Elected
    • Jan 2002 to  Present Ad-hoc reviewer

      American Journal of Psychology

      Brain

      Brain & Cognition

      Brain Research

      Brain Research & Cognition

      Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology

      Cerebral Cortex

      Human Brain Mapping

      Journal of Experimental Psychology: General

      Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition

      Journal of General Psychology

      Journal of Memory and Language

      Memory & Cognition

      Neurobiology of Aging

      NeuroImage

      Neuropsychologia

      Neuroscience Letter

      Psychonomic Bulletin & Review

      Psychological Science

      Trends in Cognitive Sciences

    • Jan 2011 to  Dec 2012 The French National Research Agency (ANR) External Grant Reviewer

      French goverment grant committee

  • Appointed
    • Jan 2012 to  Present Arlington/Fort Worth Society for Neuroscience Chapter committee

      sfn local chapter committee

Service to the University

  • Volunteered
    • Jan 2012 to  Present ACES judge

      science merit evaluation

  • Appointed
    • Aug 2011 to  Present Undergraduate Curriculum Committee

      Undergraduate curiculum

    • Aug 2011 to  Present Graduate curriculum committee

      graduate curriculum

    • Aug 2009 to  Present Graduate studies committee

      graduate study committee

  • Elected
    • Dec 2013 to  Present UT Arlington Representative

      UT System-wide Neuroscience Council

Other Service Activities

Other Service Activities

  • Uncategorized
    • Nov 2013 Graduate Student Supervision

      Cheryl Abellanoza (2012-Present), Psychology

      Kellen Gandy (2013-Present), Psychology

      James Schaeffer (2013-Present), Psychology

      Catherine Spann (2011-2012), Psychology

      Sriram Govindarajan (2009-2010) Psychology

      John Biggan (2009) Psychology

    • Nov 2013 Undergraduate Student Supervision

      Honor’s Thesis:

      Grant Hadaway (Psychology, 2013)

      Athula Pudhiyidath (Psychology, 2012). Awarded as the Best Thesis in Honor’s College