Advisor: Dr. Heather Bailey
Description of Research
My research currently focuses on memory, aging, and event segmentation. I am interested in how knowledge for everyday events can influence our understanding of those events and how this may change with age. Additionally, though less related, I am interested in the effects of nature on cognitive processes and the mechanisms by which these effects may operate.
PUBLICATIONS UNDER REVIEW
Bireta, T., & Newberry, K. (under review). Aging and the isolation effect: The type of test matters.
PUBLICATIONS IN PREPARATION
Newberry, K., & Bailey, H. (in prep). Washing clothes or the meaning of life? An investigation of context on event segmentation and recall.
Newberry, K. & Bailey, H. (2016, November). Washing clothes or the meaning of life? An investigation of context on event segmentation and recall. Poster to be presented at the 57th annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Boston, MA.
Bireta, T., Batu, B., Bazley, K., Cotenoff, E., Newberry, K., Nigro, C., & Pearl, A. (2013, March). Piece of cake! Physical isolation effects emerge easily. Poster presented at the 84th annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York City, NY.
PSY 585, Guest lecturer, Concepts in Clinical Psychology, Kansas State University, Spring 2016
PSY 585, GTA, Concepts in Clinical Psychology, Kansas State University, Spring 2016
PSY 530, GTA, Psychology of Mass Communications, Kansas State University, Fall 2015
Grade 8 Lang. Arts Literacy, Guest Lecturer, Psych Unit, J.P. Case Middle School, Spring 2015
PSY 311, Teaching Assistant, Sensation and Perception, TCNJ, Spring 2014
B.A., 2014, The College of New Jersey, Ewing, New Jersey
Office: BH 559