Monthly Archives: September 2012

Posters 2012

These four posters were presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory (NOWCAM) at Simon Fraser University on May 11-12 this year. Visit the NOWCAM website for more details.

Sager, Currie, & Bernstein (2012). Surprise affects hindsight bias for car crashes: Or does it? Presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory

Desjarlais, McDonald, & Bernstein (2012). The Role of Individual Differences in Three False Memory Paradigms. Presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory

Desjarlais, Boorman, & Bernstein (2012). False Memories: An Ill-Defined Construct. Presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory

 

 

Jacobsen, Kumar, & Bernstein (2012). Auditory Hindsight Bias And Priming. Presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory.

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Posters 2011

We have some lovely posters we have presented last year we’d like to share:

Kumar, Wilson, Coburn, & Bernstein (2011) Separating Auditory Hindsight Bias from Priming. Presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory.

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Desjarlais, Wilson, Pernat, & Bernstein (2011). This is More Difficult Than I thought! Auditory Hindsight Bias versus Estimation Bias. Presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory.

 

Sager, Pernat, Weiss, & Bernstein (2011). Perceptual and conceptual fluency in auditory hindsight bias. Presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory.

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