University of Calgary

Publications - 2007


A Bidirectional View of Executive Function and Social Interaction

Hala, Suzanne, Pexman, PM, Climie, E, Rostad, K and Glenwright, M in Self- and social-regulation: Exploring the Relations between Social interaction, social cognitiion, and the development of executive functions.

A High Fat Meal Increases Cardiovascular Reactivity to Psychological Stress in Healthy Young Adults

Jakulj, F., Zernicke, K., Bacon, S.L., Van Wielingen, L., Key, Brenda Louise, West, S. and Campbell, T.S.

Analysis of identification accuracy: determining the accuracy of eyewitness identification using statement analysis

Short, J. and Dalby, J. Thomas

Anatomical, physiological, and pharmacological properties underlying hippocampal sensorimotor integration.

Bland, Brian in Information Processing by Neuronal Populations.

An Empirical Investigation of the Effects of Supervisor Explanations on Employee Justice Perceptions.

Holtz, Brian and Harold, C.M.

An inverse relationship between typical alcohol consumption and facial symmetry detection ability in young women.

Oinonen, Kirsten and Sterniczuk, Roxanne

A nonparametric approach for detection of bursts in spikes trains.

Gourevitch, B and Eggermont, Jos

A non-randomized comparison of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and Healing Arts programs for facilitating post-traumatic growth and spirituality in cancer outpatients

Garland, Sheila, Carlson, Linda Ellen, Cook, Sarah, Lansdell, Laura and Speca, Micheal

A simple indicator of nonstationarity in spike trains.

Gourevitch, B and Eggermont, Jos

Assessment of child and family disturbance: A developmental systems approach.

Mash, Eric and Hunsley, J in Assessment of childhood disorders (4th ed).

Assessment of childhood disorders (4th edition)

Mash, Eric and Barkley, RA

Belief of eyewitness identification evidence

Boyce, Melissa, Beaudry, Jennifer and Lindsay, R. C. L. in Toglia, M. P., Ross, D. F., Read, J. D. and Lindsay, R. C. L. Handbook of Eyewitness Psychology (Vol 2)

With respect to belief of eyewitness identification evidence, three issues are examined in this chapter: (1) Do jurors believe eyewitnesses? If eyewitness evidence has no impact, then mistaken identification as an issue is less serious than it would otherwise be. However, we show that eyewitness evidence is believed. This leads to the second issue: (2) Can people discriminate between accurate and inaccurate eyewitnesses? If people can make this distinction, then eyewitnesses will be believed only when they are accurate and disregarded when they are not. The innocent would still suffer the social and financial hardships associated with arrest and trial but would rarely be convicted as a result of mistaken identification. However, we show that people are not able to make this distinction, believing accurate and inaccurate eyewitnesses about equally. This brings us to the final issue: (3) Are cues available that can help people to calibrate their belief of the likelihood that an eyewitness is accurate? If so, then eyewitnesses will be believed in those situations in which they are most likely to be correct and not believed when they are least likely to be correct, but only to the extent that jurors can be taught these cues and how to look for them. The importance of this issue arises because of people''''''''s inability to discriminate an accurate eyewitness from one who is inaccurate. If people cannot discriminate accuracy, can they effectively increase the probability that their decisions about eyewitness accuracy will be correct by basing their belief on factors that actually affect eyewitness accuracy? The issue is not whether there is evidence that could permit such calibration, but rather whether people in general use the available information to inform their decisions appropriately. Unfortunately, as we will show, the research indicates that this also is not the case, as people tend to base their belief on some factors that do not reflect the likelihood that a correct identification was made and frequently ignore other information that could be useful. We conclude with a discussion of the implications of these findings for the criminal justice system and practitioners within it.


Blinded by the light, revved up like a mouse, another runner in the night.

Smith, Victoria M. and Antle, Michael

Can 18-month-old infants form domain-general categories?

Rostad, Kristin, Poulin-Dubois, Diane and Marcarelli, Shanna

Contextual influence on addressed and assembled phonological access. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 62(4), 318

Rash, Josh, Owen, W., Siakaluk, P. and Borowsky, R.

Correlated neural activity as the driving force for functional changes in auditory cortex.

Eggermont, Jos

Correlative Learning: A Basis for Brain and Adaptive Systems.

Chen, Z, Haykin, Eggermont, Jos and Becker, S

Cortical representation of natural and altered vocalizations in primary and non-primary auditory areas of the cat.

Eggermont, Jos

Developing criteria for evidence based assessments: An introduction to assessments that work.

Banks, T, Ninowski, JE, Mash, Eric and Semple, D

Development of the Employee Lifelong Learning Scale (ELLS).

Gardiner, H.P. and Kline, Theresa

Discharged for homosexuality: Psychological, physical, and social health implications for Canadian Forces lesbian soldiers. Paper presented at the Women in Medicine Conference, Burlington, VT.

Poulin, C., Gouliquer, L. and Moore, Jennifer

Discourses of democratic racism in the talk of south Asian-Canadian women.

Malhi, RL and Boon, Susan

Effective Warning Signs.

Scialfa, Charles

Effect of Psychosocial Interventions on Psychoenuroendocrine Outcomes in Cancer Patients: Where do we go from here?

Carlson, L. E. and Garland, Sheila in Psychoneuroendocrinology Research Trends

Enhancement of photic phase shifts: Localization of c-fos expression in the circadian clock.

Hagel, Kimberly and Antle, Michael

Enhancing diversity through staffing: Strategies for reducing adverse impact.

Ployhart, RE and Holtz, Brian

Ethical issues in the study of bereavement: The opinions of bereaved adults.

Beck, Andrea and Konnert,Candace

Ethical issues in the study of bereavement: The opinions of bereaved adults.

Beck, Andrea and Konnert,Candace

Evaluating information transfer between auditory cortical neurons.

Gourevitch, B and Eggermont, Jos

Evidence-based assessment

Hunsley, J and Mash, Eric

Evidence for representations of domain general categories in 9- to 18-month old infants

Rostad, Kristin and Poulin-Dubois, Diane

Examining the influence of corporate vision statements on organization attraction.

Harold, C. M. and Holtz, Brian

Gates and oscillators II: Zeitgebers and the network model of the brain clock.

Antle, Michael, Foley, NC, Foley, DK and Silver, R

Grandchildren’s perceptions of grandparents’ health: Worries and impact on their own lives.

Boon, Susan and Shaw, ML

How does race affect the impact of witnesses on student-investigators?

Boyce, Melissa

"I felt bad but also got a sense of satisfaction": Mixed evaluations of revenge in romantic relationships.

Alibhai, A. M., Boon, Susan and Deveau, V. L.

Induction of neocortical long-term depression results in smaller movement representations, fewer excitatory perforated synapses and more inhibitory synapses

Teskey, Gordon Campbell, Young, NA, van Rooven, F, Larson, SEM, Flynn, C, Monfils, MH, Klein, JA, Henry, LC and Goertzen, CD

Influences on the Subjective Well-Being of Practicing Social Workers.

Graham, J.R., Trew, J.L., Schmidt, J.A. and Kline, Theresa

Interpersonal source monitoring in simulated investigative interviews of eyewitnesses

Lindsay, D. S., Brimacombe, C. A. E., Dahl, L. C., Boyce, Melissa and Turtle, J.

Interpersonal source monitoring of eyewitness evidence

Lindsay, D. S., Brimacombe, C. A. E., Dahl, L. C. and Boyce, Melissa

Long light pulses reset the circadian clock through photic and nonphotic mechanisms.

Antle, Michael, Sterniczuk, R, Smith, VM and Hagel, K

Mechanisms and significance of median raphe-induced hippocampal desynchronization.

Bland, Brian

Median raphe stimulation resets hippocampal theta activity and related cellular activity.

Jackson, J and Bland, Brian

Memory for sources of action in children with and without autism.

Hala, Suzanne and McMorris, C.

Mild Noise induced Hearing Loss at Young Age affects Temporal Modulation Transfer Functions in Adult Cat Primary Auditory Cortex.

Aizawa, N and Eggermont, Jos

Modeling the behavior of coupled cellular circadian oscillators in the suprachiasmatic nucleus.

Indic, P, Schwartz, WJ, Herzog, ED, Foley, NC and Antle, Michael

NAN-190 and enhancement of photic phase shifts: Resolving the intra-SCN pathways.

Sterniczuk, R. and Antle, Michael

Neural correlates of concreteness in semantic categorization.

Pexman, P., Hargreaves, Ian, Edwards, J., Henry, L. and Goodyear, B.

Neurobiological substrates of tinnitus.

Eggermont, Jos

Non-photic modulation of phase shifts to long light pulses.

Antle, Michael, Sterniczuk, Roxanne, Smith, Victoria and Hagel, Kimberly

On the witness stand: Learning the courtroom tango.

Dalby, J. Thomas

"Outsider" and "Insider" Perspectives on Interracial Relationships".

Malhi, R. and Boon, Susan

Parenting behavior and cognitions in a community sample of others with and without symptoms of Attention-deficit/Hyperactivity disorder

Banks, T, Ninowski, JE, Mash, Eric and Semple, D

Patient Satisfaction of the Hospital Environment: Evaluating the Success of Hospital Ward Redesign.

Kline, Theresa, Baylis, B.W., Chatur, F., Morrison, S.,A., White, D.E., Flin, R.H. and Ghali, W.A.

Perceived similarity and complementarity as predictors of subjective person–organization fit.

Piasentin, Kelly and Chapman, Derek

Personality in Virtual Teams: A Lab-Based Study.

MacDonnell, R., O’Neill, T.A. and Kline, Theresa

Posterior hypothalamic stimulation ameliorates haloperidol induced bradykinesia in an active avoidance task.

Young, C, Jackson, J, Bland, Brian and Bin, H

Predicting Negative Events in Hospitals at Individual and Unit Levels.

Kline, Theresa, Willness, C. and Ghali, W.

Predicting Teleworker Success: Personality and Motivational Traits.

Hambley, L.A., O’Neill, T.A., Greidanus, N., MacDonnell, R. and Kline, Theresa

Psychology and the Effects of Media

Bolton, Amanda

Reality monitoring in children with and without autism.

McMorris, C. and Hala, Suzanne

Reasons young adults visit (and do not visit) grandparents who live with impairment.

Boon, Susan and Shaw, ML

Resetting the Circadian Clock

Antle, Michael

Resolving the photic pathway: Serotonergic modulation of gene expression.

Stepkowski, Alexandra, Jones, Marie and Antle, Michael

Robust food anticipatory circadian rhythms in rats with complete ablation of the thalamic paraventricular nucleus

Landry, G, Yamakawa, Glenn and Mistlberger, R

Sensorineural hearing loss causes central deficits.

Eggermont, Jos

Sex-related differences in the correlations for tactile temporal thresholds, interhemispheric transfer times, and nonverbal intelligence

Rostad, Kristin, Mayer, Andrew, Fung, Tak S. and Brown, Lenora N.

Single case research designs.

Freeman, KA and Mash, Eric in Handbook of clinical Psychology, Volume II: Children and adolescents.

Social anxiety in older adolescents: Perceptons of parenting, perceived control, and psychosocial adjustment.

Ninowski, J. E., Bryceland, C. and Mash, Eric

Subject-investigators' sensitivity to witnesses' viewing conditions

Boyce, Melissa, Lindsay, D. S. and Brimacombe, C. A. E.

Symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in first-time expectant women: Relations with parenting cognitions and behaviors.

Ninowski, JE, Mash, Eric and Benzies, K

Team Leadership.

Kline, Theresa

Testing a model of performance appraisal fit on attitudinal outcomes.

Whiting, H.J. and Kline, Theresa

The circadian clock: Physiology, genes and disease.

Antle, Michael in The Visual Transduction Cascade: Basic and Clinical Principles. Series: Ophthalmology Research.

The consequences of victim physical attractiveness on reactions to injustice: the role of observers’ belief in a just world.

Ellard, John

The cortex and tinnitus.

Eggermont, Jos in Chapter 13 in: Tinnitus: theory and management.

The dorsomedial hypothalamic nucleus is not necessary for the expression of circadian food-anticipatory activity in rats

Landry, G, Yamakawa, Glenn, Webb, I, Mear, R and Mistlberger, R

The effects of elaboration on binding and the source monitoring of preschool children.

San Juan, V. and Hala, Suzanne

The effects of elaboration on binding and the source monitoring of preschool children.

San Juan, V. and Hala, Suzanne

The effects of elaboration strategy instruction on the source monitoring performance of young children.

San Juan, V., Hala, Suzanne and Brown, A.

The Effects of Media

Bolton, Amanda

The factor structure of Subjective Person-Organization Fit.

Piasentin, K.A. and Chapman, Derek

The influence of sensorymotor information on semantic feedback and semantic processing. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 61(4), 354

Locheed, K., Wilson, K., Rash, Josh, Siakaluk, P., Owen, W., Pexman, P. and Sears, C.

The Justice Motive.

Ellard, John in Encyclopedia of social psychology.

The neural consequences of semantic richness: When more comes to mind, less activation is observed.

Pexman, P. M., Hargreaves, Ian, Edwards, J. D., Henry, L. C. and Goodyear, B. G.

The Psychology Instruction Project (PIP): Boostrapping Blended Learning by Training Students as Instructional Designers.

Ellard, J., Kline, Donald, Fee, R., Reaper, S., Tang, J. and Wenger, L.

The Relation between mothers’ symptoms of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and mother-infant interaction.

Semple, D. L., Mash, Eric, Ninowski, J. E. and Benzies, K.

The spatial representation of neural responses to natural and altered conspecific vocalizations in cat auditory cortex.

Gourevitch, B and Eggermont, Jos

To move or not: previous experience in a runway avoidance task determines the appearance of hippocampal Type 2 sensory processing theta.

Bland, Brian, Mestek, P, Jackson, J, Crooks, R and Cormican, A

Understanding Frame-of-Reference Training Success: A Social Learning Theory Perspective.

Sulsky, L.M. and Kline, Theresa

Uniting the narrative self in semantic space. Paper presented in the symposium entitled “Moral identity development and functioning” at the meeting of the Society of Research on Child Development, Boston, MA

Matsuba, M. K., Rash, Josh and Reimer, K.

Vasopressin-induced flank marking in different social contexts.

Young, Calvin and Antle, Michael

Virtual Team Leadership: Perspectives from the Field.

Hambley, L.A., O’Neill, T.A. and Kline, Theresa

Virtual team leadership: The effects of leadership style and communication medium on team interaction styles and outcomes.

Hambley, L.A., O’Neill, T. A. and Kline, Theresa


Scialfa, C and Kline, Donald in Birren, J.E. Encyclopedia of Gerentology: Age, Aging, and the Aged (2nd Ed.)

What do students consider useful about student ratings?

Beran, T, Violato, C, Kline, Donald and Frideres, J

What’s the “use” of student ratings of instruction for administrators? One university’s experience.

Beran, T, Violato, C and Kline, Donald

When the boss says no!: Leadership, trust, and explanation acceptance.

Holtz, Brian and Harold, C. M.

When the law calls.

Dalby, J. Thomas

Who did that? Action monitoring in children with and without autism.

Hala, Suzanne and McMorris, C.
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