Holly is in her first year of her PhD in the Behavioural-Cogntive Neuroscience stream. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience and MA in Psychology at Brock University working with Dr. Emrich. Her work focuses on visual short-term memory resource models testing limitations and predictions of opposing theories with the use of behavioural, EEG, and fMRI measures.
Emrich, S.M., Lockhart, H.A., & Al-Aidroos, N. (2017). Attention mediates the flexible allocation of visual working memory resources. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance. 43(7), 1454-1465. doi:10.1037/xhp0000398 [Link] [Download]
Joel is in his second year of his PhD in the Behavioural-Cognitive Neuroscience stream. He completed his MA in Psychology at Brock University and his BSc (Honours) at Bishop’s University. He studies mental imagery using EEG technology.
Christine is in her second year of her PhD in the Behavioural-Cognitive Neuroscience stream. She completed her undergraduate Honours Psychology degree at The University of Winnipeg and her MA at Brock University. Her research interests include the areas of attention, memory, and consciousness. She is currently studying how information stored in visual working memory affects the quality visual awareness.
Salahub, C. & Emrich, S.M. (2018). ERP evidence for temporal independence of set size and object updating in object substitution masking. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 80(2), 387-401. doi:10.3758/s1341 [Link]
Salahub, C.M. & Emrich, S.M. (2016). Tuning perception: Visual working memory biases
the quality of visual awareness. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 23(6), 1854-1859. doi:10.3758/s13423-016-1064-z. [Link] [Download]