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Daniel M. Bernstein




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Daniel M. Bernstein
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Address: Department of Psychology tel: (604) 599-3372

Kwantlen Polytechnic University

12666-72nd Ave.

Surrey, BC Canada V3W 2M8 email: Daniel.bernstein@kwantlen.ca


Education and Employment
Instructor, Department of Psychology, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, British Columbia 2005

*Please note that Kwantlen Polytechnic University has no rank or tenure


Visiting Scholar, Department of Psychology, University of California, Santa Barbara 2009
Affiliate Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Washington 2006

Adjunct Faculty, Department of Psychology, University of British Columbia 2006

Adjunct Faculty, Department of Psychology, Simon Fraser University 2007 -
Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology and Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences, University of Washington 2005 – 2006
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Department of Psychology and Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences

University of Washington 2001 - 2005

(Collaborations with Elizabeth Loftus, Geoffrey Loftus, and Andrew Meltzoff)
Ph.D. Cognitive Psychology

Simon Fraser University

Burnaby, B.C. Canada 2001

M.A. Psychology (Behavioral Neuroscience)

Brock University

St. Catharines, Ontario Canada 1995
B.A. (honors) Individual Major in Sleep and Dream Studies

University of California at Berkeley,

Berkeley, California 1990
Grants, Awards and Honors (funds in Canadian dollars unless otherwise noted)

PI: "A cognitive and perceptual investigation into right-of-way collisions between motorcycles and automobiles.” Kwantlen Polytechnic University Katalyst Grant (Co-Investigators: David Froc, Farhad Dastur; 2011-2012); $40,000.

PI: “Lifespan perspective taking.” Standard Research Grant, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (2010); $114,803. Recommended but not funded (Status 4A).

Co-Investigator: “The power of the trivial: How do tangential photographs create immediate illusions of belief and memory?” Marsden Fund (parent site PI = Maryanne Garry, Victoria University of Wellington, NZ; Co-Investigators: D.M. Bernstein; D.S. Lindsay; 2011-2013); $248,575.

PI: “The formation and consequences of false memory.” Kwantlen Polytechnic University; Chancellor’s Chair (Inaugural award); 2010–2013; $45,000.

Co-Investigator: “Examining the role of autobiographical belief and alternate mechanisms in explaining the effect of suggesting childhood events on subsequent behaviour” Standard Research Grant, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (parent site PI = Alan Scoboria, University of Windsor; Co-Investigators: J. Jarry; G. Mazzoni; D.M. Bernstein; 2009–2012); $86,994.

PI: “Hindsight bias and theory of mind: Perspective taking across the lifespan.” Standard Research Grant, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (2008-2011); $87,590.

Co-Investigator: “The heuristic basis of consumer choice and brand preferences” Standard Research Grant, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (parent site PI = Antonia Mantonakis, Brock University; Co-Investigators: A.McGill; P. Agarwall; J. Leboe; D.M. Bernstein; 2007-2010); $68,574.

Subcontract: “Visual Memory”; National Institute of Mental Health (parent site PI = Geoffrey Loftus, University of Washington; 2006-2010); $53,377 USD total direct costs.

PI: “Hindsight bias and learning.” Kwantlen Polytechnic University Professional Development Grant (2007-2008); $18,000.

Subcontract: “The Life Center: Learning in Informal and Formal Environments”; National Science Foundation (multi-site project, parent site PI = John Bransford, University of Washington; 2006-2007); $9,547 USD total direct costs.

PI: “The consequences of false memory.” Kwantlen Polytechnic University Professional Development Grant (2006-2007): $25,000.

PI: Kwantlen Polytechnic University Minor Research and Scholarship Grant (2005, 2006, 2007): $5,000/yr.

PI: “The formation and consequences of false memory.” (with Elizabeth F. Loftus as Co-Investigator). Standard Research Grant, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (2005); $137,721. Recommended but not funded (Status 4A).

PI: “When belief becomes false memory: A processing account.” Individual National Research Service Award, National Institute of Mental Health (2002-2004): $74,000 USD.

President’s Ph.D. Stipend: Simon Fraser University (2001): $5,000.

PI: “Long-term neurocognitive consequences of mild traumatic brain injury.” Rick Hansen National Neurotrauma Initiative: Studentship (1998-1999): $20,000.

Simon Fraser University Graduate Fellowship (1997, 1998, 2000): $5,000/yr.

M.D. Angus and Associates Graduate Fellowship in Psychology: Simon Fraser University (1996): $150.

Sleep Research Society Trainee Fellowship (1994, 1995)

M.A. Defense Passed with Distinction: Brock University (1995)

Brock University Fellowship (1993, 1994)

Highest Honors in Sleep and Dream Studies: UC Berkeley (1990)
Publications

Asfalg, A., & Bernstein, D.M. (in press). Puzzles produce strangers: A puzzling result for revelation-effect theories. Journal of Memory and Language.

Begeer, S., Bernstein, D.M., Wijhe, J.V., Scheeren, A.M., & Koot, H.M. (in press). A continuous false belief task reveals egocentric biases in children and adolescents with autism. Autism.

Pernat, N., & Bernstein, D.M. (2012). The revelation effect. In N.M. Seel (Ed.). The Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning. New York: Springer (pp. 2863-2865).

Scoboria, A., Mazzoni, G., Jarry, J., & Bernstein, D.M. (2012). Personalized, not general, suggestion affects false memory and suggestion-consistent behavior. Acta Psychologica, 139, 225-232. doi:10.1016/j.actpsy.2011.10.008.

Bernstein, D.M., Erdfelder, E., Meltzoff, A.N., Peria, W., & Loftus, G.R. (2011). Hindsight bias from 3 to 95 years of age. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 37, 378-391. doi: 10.1037/a0021971

Bernstein, D.M., Pernat, N., & Loftus, E.F. (2011). The false memory diet: False memories alter food preference. In V.R. Preedy, R.R. Watson, & C.R. Martin (Eds.). Handbook of behavior, food, and nutrition. New York: Springer (pp. 1645-1663).

Bernstein, D.M., Thornton, W.L., & Sommerville, J.A. (2011). Theory of mind through the ages: Older and middle-aged adults exhibit more errors than do younger adults on a continuous false-belief task. Experimental Aging Research, 37, 481-502.

Mantonakis, A., Bernstein, D.M., & Loftus, E.F. (2011). Attributions of fluency: Familiarity, preference, and the senses. To appear in J. Leboe, and P. Higham (Eds.). Constructions of remembering and metacognition. Essays in honor of Bruce Whittlesea, Palgrave MacMillan.

Strange, D., Garry, M., Bernstein, D.M., & Lindsay, D.S. (2011). Photographs cause false memories for the news, Acta Psychologica, 136, 90-94. doi:10.1016/j.actpsy.2010.10.006.

Atance, C., Bernstein, D.M., & Meltzoff, A.N. (2010). Thinking about false belief: It’s not just what children say, but how long it takes them to say it. Cognition, 116, 297–301. doi:10.1016/j.cognition.2010.05.008.

Bernstein, D.M. (2010). Hindsight bias and perspective taking across the lifespan. Synapse: Newsletter of the Kwantlen Psychology Department, 3, 30-32.

Nourkova, V.V., & Bernstein, D.M. (2010). Why historical becomes personal: Spontaneous historical content of individual autobiographical memory. In Y.P. Zinchenko and V.F. Petrenko (Eds.). Psychology in Russia: State of the art. Scientific yearbook. Moscow: Lomonosov Moscow State University; Russian Psychological Society (pp. 257-277).

Bernstein, D.M., & Loftus, E.F. (2009). How to tell if a particular memory is true or false. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 4, 370-374.

Bernstein, D.M., & Loftus, E.F. (2009). The consequences of false memory for food preferences and choices. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 4, 135-139.

Bernstein, D.M., & Loftus, E.F. (2009). Memory distortion. In M.D. Binder, N. Hirokawa, & U. Windhorst (Eds). The encyclopedia of neuroscience. Springer-Verlag, GmbH Berlin Heidelberg (pp. 2325-2328). DOI: 10.1007/978-3-540-29678-2_3415.

Bernstein, D.M., Godfrey, R., & Loftus, E.F. (2009). Plausibility and autobiographical belief. In K.D. Markman, W.M.P. Klein, & J.A. Suhr (Eds.). The handbook of imagination and mental simulation. Psychology Press (pp. 89-112).

Bernstein, D.M., Rudd, M.E., Erdfelder, E., Godfrey, R., & Loftus, E.F. (2009). The revelation effect for autobiographical memory: A mixture model analysis. Psychonomic Bulletin, & Review, 16, 463-468.

Fayard, J.V., Bassi, A.K., Bernstein, D.M., & Roberts, B.W. (2009). Is cleanliness next to godliness: Dispelling old wives’ tales: Failure to replicate Zhong & Liljenquist (2006). Journal of Articles in Support of the Null Hypothesis, 6, 21-30.

Bernstein, D.M., Nourkova, V., & Loftus, E.F. (2008). From individual memories to oral history. In A.M. Colombus (Ed.). Advances in Psychology Research, 54, 157-181. Nova Science Publishers.

Geraerts, E., Bernstein, D.M., Merckelbach, H., Linders, C., Raymaekers, L., & Loftus, E.F. (2008). Lasting false beliefs and their behavioral consequences. Psychological Science, 19, 749-753.

Laney, C., Bowman Fowler, N., Nelson, K.J., Bernstein, D.M., & Loftus, E.F. (2008). The persistence of false beliefs. Acta Psychologica, 129, 190-197.

Laney, C., Kaasa, S.O., Berkowitz, S.R., Morris, E.K., Bernstein, D.M., & Loftus, E.F. (2008). The red herring technique: A methodological response to the problem of demand characteristics in false memory research. Psychological Research, 72, 362-375.

Laney, C., Morris, E.K., Bernstein, D.M., Wakefield, B.M., & Loftus, E.F, (2008). Asparagus, a love story: Healthier eating could be just a false memory away. Experimental Psychology, 55, 291-300. DOI 10.1027/1618-3169.55.5.291

Nourkova, V.V., Bernstein, D.M. (2008). Imagination inflation after a change in linguistic context. In Y. P. Zinchenko and V.F. Petrenko (Eds.). Psychology in Russia: State of the art. Moscow, Department of Psychology, Moscow State University & IG-SOCIN (pp. 197-211).

Bernstein, D.M., Atance, C., Meltzoff, A.N., & Loftus, G.R. (2007). Hindsight bias and developing theories of mind. Child Development, 78, 1374-1394.

Bernstein, D.M., & Harley, E.M. (2007). Fluency misattribution and visual hindsight bias. Memory, 15, 548-560.

Birch, S.A.J., & Bernstein, D.M. (2007). What can children tell us about hindsight bias: A fundamental constraint on perspective taking? Social Cognition, 25, 98-113.

Garry, M., Strange, D., Bernstein, D.M., & Kinzett, T. (2007). Photographs can distort memory for the news. Applied Cognitive Psychology. 21, 995-1004.

Kronlund, A., & Bernstein, D.M. (2006). Unscrambling words increases brand name recognition and preference. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 20, 681-687.

Morris, E.K., Laney, C., Bernstein, D.M. & Loftus, E.F. (2006). How should we define susceptibility to false memories? American Journal of Psychology, 119, 255-274.

Nourkova, V.V., & Bernstein, D.M. (2006). New trends in the psychology of memory: On the problem of memory accuracy. B.S. Bratus, E.E. Sokolova (Eds.) Moscow State University. Department of General Psychology. Collection of works, Smysl Publishing House, Moscow (pp. 106-119, Published in Russian).

Bernstein, D.M. (2005). Making sense of memory. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 59, 199-208.

Bernstein, D.M., Laney, C., Morris, E.K., & Loftus, E.F. (2005). False beliefs about fattening foods can have healthy consequences. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 102, 13724-13731. Published online Aug. 3. [featured in New York Times Magazine’s New Ideas of 2005, and Discover Magazine’s Top 100 Science News Stories of 2005].

Bernstein, D.M., Laney, C., Morris, E.K., & Loftus, E.F. (2005). False memories about food can produce food avoidance. Social Cognition, 23, 11-34.

Bernstein, D.M., Loftus, G.R. & Meltzoff, A. (2005). Object identification in preschool children and adults. Developmental Science, 8, 151-161.

Loftus, E.F. & Bernstein, D.M. (2005). Rich false memories: The royal road to success. In A. Healy (Ed). Experimental cognitive psychology and its applications: Festschrift in honor of Lyle Bourne, Walter Kintsch, and Thomas Landauer. Washington DC: American Psychological Association Press, pp. 101-113.

van de Wetering, S., Bernstein, D.M., & Loftus, E.F. (2005). Advertising as information or misinformation? Cognitive Technology, 10, 24-28.

Bernstein, D.M., Atance, C., Loftus, G.R. & Meltzoff, A. (2004). We saw it all along: Visual hindsight bias in children and adults. Psychological Science, 15, 264-267.

Bernstein, D.M., Godfrey, R., Davison, A., & Loftus, E.F. (2004). Conditions affecting the revelation effect for autobiographical memory. Memory & Cognition, 32, 455-462.

Bernstein, D.M. & Loftus, E.F. (2004). False memories. In R. Gregory (Ed.). The Oxford companion to the mind. Oxford University Press, pp. 559-560.

Loftus, E.F., & Bernstein, D.M. (2004). Strong memories are made of this. Trends in Cognitive Science, 8, 199-201.

Nourkova, V.V., Bernstein, D.M. & Loftus, E.F. (2004). Altering traumatic memory. Cognition and Emotion. 18, 575-585.

Nourkova, V.V, Bernstein, D.M., & Loftus, E.F. (2004). Biography becomes autobiography: Distorting the subjective past. American Journal of Psychology, 117, 65-80.

Pickrell, J., Bernstein, D.M., & Loftus, E.F. (2004). The misinformation effect. In R. Pohl (Ed.). Cognitive illusions: A handbook on fallacies and biases in thinking, judgment and memory. Hove, UK: Psychology Press, pp. 345-361.

Bernstein, D.M. & Loftus, E.F. (2003). Reconstructive memory. J.H. Byrne (Ed.). Learning and memory, 2nd edition (MacMillan Psychology Reference Series). New York: Macmillan, pp. 558-561.

Nourkova, V.V., Bernstein, D.M., & Loftus, E.F. (2003). Echo of blowing up: Comparative analysis of the recollections about the terrorist attacks in 1999 (Moscow) and 2001 (New-York City). Psychological Journal, 24, 67-75. (Published in Russian).

van de Wetering, S., Bernstein, D.M. & Ley, R.G. (2003). Imagery, cerebral laterality and the healing process: A cautionary note. A. Sheikh (Ed.) Healing Images: The Role of Imagination in the Healing Process. Amityville: Baywood Publishing Company, pp. 72-90.

Bernstein, D.M. (2002). Information processing difficulty long after self-reported concussion. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 8, 673-682.

Bernstein, D.M. & Loftus, E.F. (2002). Lingering difficulties distinguishing true and false memories: A comment on Shevrin’s psychoanalytic view of memory. Neuro-Psychoanalysis, 4, 139-141.

Bernstein, D.M., Whittlesea, B.W.A. & Loftus, E.F. (2002). Increasing confidence in remote autobiographical memory and general knowledge: Extensions of the revelation effect. Memory & Cognition, 30, 432-438.

van de Wetering, S., Bernstein, D.M. & Loftus, E.F. (2002). Public education against false memories: A modest proposal. Cognitive Technology, 2, 4-7.

Gaetz, M. & Bernstein, D.M. (2001). The current status of electrophysiological procedures for the assessment of mild traumatic brain injury. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 16, 386-405.

Modigliani, V., Bernstein, D., & Govorkov, S. (2001). Size and attention in visual information processing, Acta Psychologica, 108, 35-51.

Segalowitz, S.J., Bernstein, D.M., & Lawson, S. (2001). P300 event-related potential decrements in well-functioning university students with mild head injury 6 years post-injury. Brain and Cognition, 45, 342-356.

Bernstein, D.M. & De Ruiter, S.W. (2000). The effect of motivation on neurocognitive performance long after mild traumatic brain injury. Brain and Cognition, 44, 50–54.

Bernstein, D.M. (1999). Recovery from mild head injury. Brain Injury, 13, 151-172.

Bernstein, D.M. (1999). Conflicting evidence for complete recovery from mild head injury. Recovery, 9(4), 24.

Segalowitz, S.J. & Bernstein, D. (1997). Neural networks and neuroscience: What are connectionist models good for? D. Johnson & C. Erneling (Eds.) The future of the cognitive revolution. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 209-216.

Bernstein, D.M. (1997). Review of Simon Fraser University’s Course Challenge Policy. Technical report.

Bernstein, D.M., & Belicki, K. (1995-1996). On the psychometric properties of dream content questionnaires. Imagination, Cognition and Personality, 15, 351-364.

Bernstein, D.M. (1996). Questionnaires and dream content: Can the former tell us anything useful about the latter? Association for the Study of Dreams Newsletter, 13, 14.

Belicki, K. & Bernstein, D.M. (1995). "Conquering bad dreams and nightmares" by B. Krakow and J. Niedhardt. Dreaming, 5, 121-125.

Bernstein, D.M. (1995). Just how valid and reliable is a dream content questionnaire? Association for the Study of Dreams Newsletter, 12, 15.

Bernstein, D.M., & Roberts, B.W. (1995). Assessing dreams through self-report questionnaires: Relations with past research and personality. Dreaming, 5, 13-27.


Manuscripts Submitted


Bernstein, D.M., Wilson, A.M., Pernat, N., & Meilleur, L. (revised and submitted). Auditory hindsight bias. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.

Clifasefi, S.L, Bernstein, D.M., Wakefield, B., Mantonakis, A., & Loftus, E.F. (submitted). Queasy does it: False alcohol memories lead to diminished alcohol preferences.

Coolin, A., Bernstein, D.M., Thornton, A.E., & Thornton, W.L. (revised and submitted). Inhibition and episodic memory impact age differences in hindsight bias. Psychology & Aging.

Mantonakis, A., Wudarzewski, A., Bernstein, D.M., Clifasefi, S., & Loftus, E.F. (submitted). False memories can shape current consumption patterns.

Newman, E., Garry, M., Bernstein, D.M., Kantner, J., & Lindsay, D.S. (submitted). Illustration inflation: Tangential photographs scaffold truthiness.

Sommerville, J.A., Bernstein, D.M., & Meltzoff, A.N. (revised and submitted). Measuring false belief in centimeters: Adults and children fail to suppress privileged knowledge on a novel change-of-location task. Child Development.

Waubert de Puiseau, B., Asfalg, A., Erdfelder, E., & Bernstein, D.M. (revised and submitted). Extracting the truth from conflicting eyewitness reports: A formal modeling approach. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied.

Published Abstracts and Papers Presented

Coolin, A., Bernstein, D.M. Thornton, A.E., & Thornton, W.J.L. (2012, August). Inhibition and episodic memory impact age differences in hindsight bias. Poster presented at American Psychological Association, Orlando, Florida.

Fischer, A., Thornton, W.L., & Bernstein, D.M. (2012, February). Beyond traditional models of Theory of Mind in normal aging: The modifying influence of blood pressure. Poster presented at the International Neuropsychological Society, Montreal, Canada.

Waubert de Puiseau, B., Asfalg, A., Erdfelder, E.E., & Bernstein, D.M. (2012, March). What’s the truth and who reported it? A formal model of eyewitness reports. Poster presented at the American Psychology-Law Society. San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Bernstein, D.M., Aujla, K., Erdfelder, E., & Peria, W. (2011, November). Hindsight bias is unrelated to learning. Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, Seattle, WA.

Coburn, P. & Bernstein, D.M. (2011, November). Effects of dual task performance on hindsight bias. Poster presented at the Psychonomic Society, Seattle, WA.

Higham, P., Neil, G., & Bernstein, D.M. (2011, November). It’s obvious to me: The effect of related primes on auditory hindsight bias. Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, Seattle, WA.

Michael, R.M., Newman, E.J., Kantner, J., Bernstein, D.M., Lindsay, D.S., & Garry, M. (2011, November). Decorative photos produce a truth bias for unfamiliar positive judgments. Poster presented at the Psychonomic Society, Seattle, WA.

Aujla, K., Bernstein, D.M., Erdfelder, E., & Peria, W. (2011, June). Does hindsight bias play a role in learning? Paper presented at the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. New York, NY.

Bernstein, D.M. (2011, June). The consequences of cognitive fluency on judgments and memory (2011, June). Symposium discussant at the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. New York, NY.

Bernstein, D.M., Coburn, P.I., Jayakar, R., Thornton, A.E., & Thornton, W.L. (2011, June). Adult theory of mind depends on general cognitive abilities: A dual task study. Paper presented at the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. New York, NY.

Coburn, P.I., Wilson, A.M., & Bernstein, D.M., (2011, June). Perceptual and conceptual fluency increase auditory hindsight bias. Paper presented at the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. New York, NY.

Mantonakis, A., Stokes, K., & Bernstein, D.M. (2011, June). Solving puzzles leads to increased brand preference. Paper presented at the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. New York, NY.

Newman, E.J., Moloney, E., Bernstein, D.M., Lindsay, D.S., & Garry, M. (2011, June). Intriguing effects of photos on people’s beliefs. Paper presented at the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. New York, NY.

Sanson, M., Newman, E.J., Foster, J.L., Bernstein, D.M., & Garry, M. (2011, June). What’s in a name: Pronunciation fluency affects judgments about other people. Paper presented at the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. New York, NY.

Coburn, P.I., Rich, J., Jayakar, R., Thornton, A.E., Thornton, W.L., & Bernstein, D.M. (2011, June). The role of executive function in Theory of Mind. Poster presented at Connecting Minds, Vancouver, Canada.

Begeer, S., van Wijhe, J., Bernstein, D. M., Scheeren, A. M., & Koot, H. M. (2011, May). A continuous false belief task reveals egocentric biases in children and adolescents with autism. Poster presented at the 10th Annual International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), San Diego, CA.

Aujla, K., Coburn, P., & Bernstein, D.M. (2011, May). Theory of Mind and hindsight bias are unrelated in adults. Paper presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory. Vancouver, BC.

Desjarlais, L., Wilson, A., Pernat, N., & Bernstein, D. M. (2011, May). This is more difficult than I thought! Auditory hindsight bias versus estimation bias.  Paper presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory, Vancouver, BC.

Kumar, R., Wilson, A., Coburn, P., Bernstein, D. M. (2011, May). Separating auditory hindsight bias from priming. Poster presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory. Vancouver, BC.

Sager, B., Pernat, N., Weiss, N. & Bernstein, D.M. (2011, May). Perceptual and conceptual fluency in auditory hindsight bias. Poster presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory. Vancouver, BC.

Bernstein, D.M., & Sommerville, J.A. (2011, April). Theory of mind across the lifespan. Paper presented at the Society for Research in Child Development, Montreal, QC.

Cohen, A.S., German, T.C., Bernstein, D.M., & Liu, D. (2011, April). Reaction times and eye movements reveal automatic belief computation under minimal cue conditions. Paper presented at the Society for Research in Child Development, Montreal, QC.

Coolin, A., Thornton, W.J.L., & Bernstein, D.M. (2011, April). Neuropsychological functioning predicts hindsight bias in older adults. Poster presented at Western Psychological Society, Los Angeles, CA.

Newman, E. J., Moloney, E., Kantner, J., Bernstein, D. M., Lindsay, D. S., & Garry. M. (2011, April). How do photos increase feelings of truthiness? 38th Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

Sanson, M., Newman, E. J., Foster, J. L., Bernstein, D. M., & Garry, M. (2011, April). Name complexity informs judgements about others. 38th Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

Bernstein, D.M., Wilson, A., Pernat, N., & Meilleur, L. (2010, November). Auditory hindsight bias. Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, St. Louis, MO.

Waubert de Puiseau, B., Asfalg, A., Erdfelder, E., & Bernstein, D.M. (2010, June). Veridical truth: Estimating eyewitness ability using a formal modeling approach. Paper presented at the European Association of Psychology and Law. Gothenburg, Sweden.

Jonker, T.R., Bernstein, D.M., Asfalg, A., & LeGrand, R. (2010, May). Processing orientation and facial recognition. Poster presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory. Bellingham, WA.

Wilson, A.M., Bernstein, D.M., Mazzoni, G., Scoboria, A., & Jarry, J. (May, 2010). Primed attitudes toward food: Reliability issues of the Brief IAT. Poster presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory. Bellingham, WA.

Newman, E., Miller, E., Bernstein, D.M., & Garry, M. (2010, May). Chen Meina trumps Yevgeny Dherzhinsky: Name fluency affects judgments about people. Paper presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory. Bellingham, WA.

Meilleur, L., & Bernstein, D.M. (2010, May). Risky business: The effects of fluency on judgments of risk. Paper presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory. Bellingham, WA.

Wilson, A., Pernat, N., Meilleur, L., & Bernstein, D.M. (2010, May). Did I really say that? Hindsight bias in the auditory domain. Paper presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory. Bellingham, WA.

Coolin, A., Fischer, A.L., Jayakar, R., Thornton, W.J.L., & Bernstein, D.M. (2010, February). Toward a process-pure measure of false belief reasoning in adults. Poster presented at the International Neuropsychological Society, Acapulco, Mexico.

Fischer, A.L., Coolin, A., Jayakar, R., Bernstein, D.M., & Thornton, W.J.L. (2010, February). Presence of vascular illness impacts theory of mind in older adults. Poster presented at the International Neuropsychological Society, Acapulco, Mexico.

Bernstein, D.M., Thornton, W.L. & Sommerville, J.A. (2009, November). Younger and older adults exhibit theory of mind errors on a continuous false belief task. Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society, Boston, MA.

Wudarzewsky, A., Mantonakis, A., Clifasefi, S., Bernstein, D.M., & Loftus, E.F. (2009, November). False past experiences can shape current preferences. Poster presented at the Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Boston, MA.

Stokes, K. A., Mantonakis, A., & Bernstein, D.M. (2009, May). Towards an understanding of the mechanisms underlying the preference illusion. Poster presented at the Southern Ontario Behavioral Decision Research Conference, St. Catharines, ON.

Mudhar, R., Ng, I.S-L., Meilleur, L., Wilson, A., Bhatt, G., & Bernstein, D.M. (2009, May). Truth be told: The effects of linguistic accents on judgments of truth. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA.

Newman, E.J., Garry, M., Bernstein, D.M., Frame, N., & Lindsay, D.S. (2009, May). Seeing is believing: Photographs, prior knowledge, and attributions of truth. Paper presented at the Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA.

Ng, I.S-L., Mudhar, R., Aujla, K., Roberts, B.W., & Bernstein, D.M. (2009, May). Unscrambling words does not affect personality ratings. Poster presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory, Victoria, BC.

Bernstein, D.M., Meltzoff, A.N., Erdfelder, E., Peria, W., & Loftus, G.R. (2009, April). Perspective-taking errors from 3 to 96 years of age. Paper presented at the Society for Research in Child Development, Denver, CO.

Whitfield, K., Cox, D., Bernstein, D.M., & Thornton, A.E. (2009, February)*. Self-reported concussion exposure predicts neurocognition in elite athletes. *Poster presented at the annual meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society. Atlanta, GA. (*merit designation)

Bernstein, D.M., Meltzoff, A.N., Peria, W., & Loftus, G.R. (2008, November). Hindsight bias across the lifespan. Paper presented to the Psychonomic Society, Chicago.

Bassi, A. & Bernstein, D.M. (2008, June). Could an antiseptic wipe save Lady Macbeth? Factors that influence volunteering behavior and moral emotions. Poster presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory, Seattle, WA.

Erdfelder, E., Cuepper, L., & Bernstein, D.M. (2008). Signal detection theory in the dark: Measuring sensitivity and response bias without being able to measure hits and false alarms. International Journal of Psychology, 43, 569.

Bernstein, D.M., Geraerts, E., Merckelbach, H., Linders, C., Raymaekers, L., & Loftus, E.F. (2008, May). Attitudinal and behavioral consequences of false memory. Poster presented at Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL.

Mudhar, R., Ng, I.S.L., Deol, N., Bassi, A., Mohamed, S., Ching, L., & Bernstein, D.M. (2008, May). Unscrambling and translating childhood memories. Poster presented at Connecting Minds - Canadian Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, Richmond, BC.

Strange, D.M., Garry, M, & Bernstein, D.M. (2008, May). Photographs cause people to remember news events that never happened. Poster presented at Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL.

Stokes, K., Kronlund, A., & Bernstein, D.M. (2008, February). Unscrambling words increases illusory memory and preference for brands. Poster presented at the Society for Consumer Psychology, New Orleans, LA.

Wudarzewsky, A., Kronlund, A., Clifasefi, S., Bernstein, D.M., & Loftus, E.F. (2008, February). Remembering taste experiences: Constructed preferences from suggestion. Paper presented at the Society for Consumer Psychology, New Orleans, LA.

Bernstein, D.M., Peria, W., Lewandowski, G., Chen, J., Loftus, G.R., & Keysar, B. (2007, November). You knew it all along but I only knew it somewhat. Paper presented to the Psychonomic Society, Long Beach, CA.

Erdfelder, E., Bernstein, D.M., Rudd, M.E., & Loftus, E.F. (2007, July). Signal detection without an answer key. Paper presented to the joint meeting of Psychonomic Society and UK Experimental Psychology Society, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Anderson, L., Marasigan, J., Bernstein, D., Dane, L., & LeGrand, R. (2007, July). Teaching in the 21st century: Balancing student involvement and faculty expectations. Panel discussion held at the International Conference on the Teaching of Psychology, Vancouver, BC.

Nourkova, V.V., & Bernstein, D.M. (2007, July). Bilingualism as a predictor of memory plausibility. Paper presented to the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, Lewiston, ME.

Wudarzewsky, Kronlund, A., Clifasefi, S., Bernstein, D.M., & Loftus, E.F. (2007, July). Remembering the taste of the wine: Constructed wine preferences from suggestion. Poster presented to the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, Lewiston, ME.

Bernstein, D.M., Sommerville, J.A., Durham, J., Huong Huynh, D., & Meltzoff, A.N. (2007, June). When perspective taking fails: Lessons from children and adults. Paper presented to the Jean Piaget Society, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Clifasefi, S.L., Bernstein, D.M., Wakefield, B., & Loftus, E.F. (2007, May). False alcohol memories and alcohol consumption. Poster presented at the 19th Annual Association for Psychological Science, Washington D.C.

Fowler, N.B., Laney, C., Nelson, K.J., Bernstein, D.M., & Loftus, E.F. (2007, May). The persistence of false beliefs: A longitudinal study. Poster presented at the 19th Annual Association for Psychological Science, Washington D.C.

Baillie, D.A., Bernstein, D.M., & Greenwald, A.G. (2007, May). The Food IAT: Examining food preference within the context of implicit association. Poster presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory, Vancouver, BC.

Ching, L, Mudhar, R, Mohamed, S, Bassi, A, Deol, N., Bernstein, D.M., Clifasefi, S., & Loftus, E.F. (2007, May). Alcohol false memories. Poster presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory, Vancouver, BC.

Mudhar, R., Ching, L., Mohamed, S., Deol, N., Bassi, A., & Bernstein, D.M. (2007, April). Are you easily persuaded? Poster presented at the 3rd Annual Undergraduate Research Conference, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Surrey, BC.

Erdfelder, E., Bernstein, D.M.; Rudd, M.E., & Loftus, E.F. (2007, March). How to apply signal detection theory in autobiographical memory research. Paper presented to the Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen [Experimental Psychology Conference], Trier, Germany.

Bernstein, D.M., Sommerville, J.A., & Meltzoff, A.N. (2006, November). When preschoolers and adults fail to ignore privileged information. Paper presented to the Psychonomic Society, Houston, TX.

Erdfelder, E., Bernstein, D.M., Rudd, M.E., & Loftus, E.F. (2006, November). Autobiographical memory and signal detection theory. Paper presented to the Psychonomic Society, Houston, TX.

Erdfelder, E. Bernstein, D. M. Rudd, M. E., & Loftus, E. F. (2006, September). Autobiographisches Gedaechtnis und Signalentdeckungstheorie [Autobiographical memory and signal detection theory]. Talk presented at the 45th Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft fur Psychologie, Nuremberg, Germany.

Bernstein, D.M., Clifasefi, S., Wakefield, B.M, & Loftus, E.F. (2006, July). I hate rum: False alcohol memories. Paper presented to the International Conference on Memory. Sydney, Australia.

Kronlund, A., & Bernstein, D.M., (2006, July). Unscrambling words increases brand name preference, but does preference depend on brand name recognition? Paper presented to the International Conference on Memory. Sydney, Australia.

Strange, D., Bernstein, D.M., Kinzett, T., & Garry, M. (2006, July). Photos affect memory for newspaper stories. Paper presented to the International Conference on Memory. Sydney, Australia.

Nourkova, V.V., & Bernstein, D.M. (2006, June). False memory in bilinguals. Paper presented at the second biennial conference on cognitive science. St Petersburg, Russia.

Wakefield, B.M., Clifasefi, S., Bernstein, D.M., & Loftus, E.F. (2006, May). False alcohol memories and alcohol consumption. Paper presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory, Vancouver, BC.

Durham, J., Bernstein, D.M., Chen, J., Gerry, M., Loftus, G.R., & Keysar, B. (2006, May). Hindsight bias is greater among friends than strangers. Paper presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory, Vancouver, BC.

Huynh, D.H., Bernstein, D.M., Meltzoff, A.N., & Sommerville, J.A. (2006, May). Ability of preschoolers and adults to ignore irrelevant information. Poster presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory, Vancouver, BC.

Bernstein, D.M., Harley, E.M., & Ha, A.N. (2005, November). When the past can and cannot be remembered accurately: Fluency misattribution and visual hindsight bias. Poster presented to the Psychonomic Society, Toronto, ON.

Bernstein, D.M. (2005, July). Hindsight bias and theory of mind. Invited paper presented at the Hindsight Bias Workshop, University of Leipzig, Germany.

Bernstein, D.M., Atance, C., Shukla, P, Durham, J., Tahiroglu, D., Loftus, G.R., & Meltzoff, A.N. (2005, June). Biased perspective taking across the lifespan. Paper presented to the Jean Piaget Society, Vancouver, BC.

Kronlund, A., Bernstein, D.M., & Wagner, L. (2005, June). Using paradigms from cognitive psychology to create illusions of recognition and preference of brand names. Paper presented to the Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science, Montreal, QC.

Morris, E.K., Laney, C., Bernstein, D.M., & Loftus, E.F. (2005, June). True and false memories for the same event: More similarities than differences. Poster presented to the American Psychological Society, Los Angeles, CA.

Strange, D.M., Bernstein, D.M., Kinzett, T.A., & Garry, M. (2005, June). Photo content affects what is remembered from news stories. Poster presented to the American Psychological Society, Los Angeles, CA.

Wakefield, B.M., Bernstein, D.M., Morris, E.K., Laney, C., & Loftus, E.F. (2005, May). False food memories and food preference. Poster presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory, Bellingham, WA.

Bernstein, D.M., Atance, C., Tahiroglu, D., Loftus, G.R., & Meltzoff, A.N. (2005, April). Hindsight bias and theory of mind: Perspective-taking errors across the lifespan. Paper presented to the Society for Research in Child Development, Atlanta, GA.

Laney, C., Berkowitz, S.R., Morris, E.K., Bernstein, D.M., & Loftus, E.F. (2005, April). Excluding demand characteristics in false memory studies. Poster presented at the Western Psychological Association, Portland, OR.

Bernstein, D.M., O, S.C., Godfrey, R., Morris, E.K., Laney, C., & Loftus, E.F. (2005, January). Keep that ice cream away from me: Consequences of false food memories. Paper presented at the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, Wellington, New Zealand.

Kronlund, A., & Bernstein, D.M. (2005, January). Illusions of remembering and preference of brand names. Paper presented at the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, Wellington, New Zealand.

Bernstein, D.M., Godfrey, R., Rudd, M.E., & Loftus, E.F. (2004, November). Unscrambling memory: Exploring the revelation effect. Paper presented at Psychonomic Society, Minneapolis, MN.

Bernstein, D.M., Chen, J., & Loftus, G.R. (2004, November). On the perceptual representation of stimulus contrast and stimulus duration. Paper presented at Psychonomic Society, Minneapolis, MN.

Kronlund, A., & Bernstein, D.M. (2004, June). The revelation effect: Memory and preference of brand names. Poster presented at the Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour, and Cognitive Science. Newfoundland.

Laney, C., Morris, E., Kaasa, S., Peterson, T., Graham, D., Bernstein, D.M., & Loftus, E.F. (2004, April). Healthier eating is just a false belief away. Poster presented at the Western Psychological Association, Phoenix, AZ.

Kronlund, A., & Bernstein, D.M. (2004, May). The revelation effect using brand names: Illusions of remembering and preference. Paper presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory, Victoria, BC.

Godfrey, R., Bernstein, D.M., Tahiroglu, D., & Loftus, E.F. (2004, May). Unscrambling one’s past. Paper presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory, Victoria, BC.

Bernstein, D.M., Tahiroglu, D., Godfrey, R., Atance, C., Loftus, G.R., & Meltzoff, A.N. (2004, May). Hindsight bias and theory of mind. Paper presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory, Victoria, BC.

O, S.C., Hyler, J., Bernstein, D.M., Godfrey, R., Laney, C., Morris, E.K., & Loftus, E.F. (2004, May). False fattening food memories: Recipe for a new diet? Poster presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory, Victoria, BC.

Bernstein, D.M., Laney, C., Morris, E., & Loftus, E.F. (2003, November). False memories about food can lead to food aversion. Poster presented at Psychonomic Society, Vancouver, BC.

Bernstein, D.M., Godfrey R.& Loftus, E.F. (2003, July). Unscrambling one's past. Paper presented at the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. Aberdeen, Scotland.

Bernstein, D.M., Nourkova, V.V. & Loftus, E.F. (2003, July). Altering traumatic memory. Paper presented at the Society for Research in Memory and Cognition, Aberdeen, Scotland.

Nourkova, V.V., Bernstein, D.M. & Loftus, E.F. (2003, July). Hijacking another's past. Paper presented at the Society for Research in Memory and Cognition, Aberdeen, Scotland.

Chen, J., Bernstein, D.M. & Loftus, G.R.. (2003, June). Accessible aspects of encoding context in picture memory. Poster presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory, Seattle, WA.

Godfrey, R., Bernstein, D.M., Boyum, K., Bennett, B., & Loftus, E.F. (2003, June). A double shot of fluency alters autobiography. Paper presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory, Seattle, WA.

Boyum, K., Bennett, B., Godfrey, R., Bernstein, D.M., & Loftus, E.F. (2003, June). Unscrambling someone else's past. Poster presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory, Seattle, WA.

Bernstein, D.M., Atance, C. & Loftus, G.R. (2003, April). Saw it all along: Visual hindsight bias in preschool children and adults. Poster presented at the Society for Research in Child Development, Tampa, FLA.

Bernstein, D.M. (2002, September). Long lasting neurocognitive deficits associated with mild head injury. Poster presented at the 2nd International Alexander R. Luria Conference. Moscow, Russia.

Bernstein, D.M., Godfrey, R. & Loftus, E.F. (2002, June). Memory's free radicals: When the recent past intrudes into autobiographical memory. Paper presented at the American Psychological Society, New Orleans, LA.

Bernstein, D.M., Loftus, G.R., & Meltzoff, A. (2002, June). Perceptual interference in preschool children. Poster presented at the Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science, Vancouver, BC.

Godfrey, R., Bernstein, D.M., Davison, A. & Loftus, E.F. (2002, May). When familiarity alters autobiography. Paper presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory, Burnaby, BC.

Harley, E., Bernstein, D.M. & Loftus, G.R. (2002, November). Visual hindsight bias in object and face recognition. Poster presented at the Psychonomic Society, Kansas City.

Bernstein, D.M. (2001, August). Unscrambling the past. Paper presented at Memory and Eyewitness Testimony, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

Bernstein, D.M. (2001, June). Remembering and believing depend. Paper presented at the Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science, Quebec City.

Bernstein, D.M., Whittlesea, B.W.A. & Loftus, E.F. (2001, May). On immediately becoming childhood history and true. Paper presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory, Vancouver, BC.

Bernstein, D.M. (2000, June). Dissociating illusions of knowing from illusions of remembering. Paper presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory, Bellingham, WA.

Murphy, T., Segalowitz, S., Ogilvie, R., Marsman, I., Bernstein, D., Lamarche, C., & Alloway, C. (1999). Is the CNV a measure of attention or sleepiness (or both)? Sleep Research Online, 2, (Supplement 1) 582.

Bernstein, D.M. (1999, May). Identifying long-term cognitive impairment after mild head injury. Paper presented at Northwest Cognition and Memory, Victoria, B.C.

Bernstein, D.M., Flynn, E., Wong, M. & Weinberg, H. (1999). Residual neurocognitive Impairment 8 years after mild head injury. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 5, 140.

Bernstein, D.M., Wong, M., Ogilvie, J.P., Gaetz, M., Jantzen, K., Weinberg, H. & Mackenzie, C. (1998). Electrophysiological evidence for impaired cognition 8 years after mild traumatic brain injury. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 24, 740.

Davies, P.L., Segalowitz, S.J., Chevalier, H., Bernstein, D.M. & Lawson, S. (1998). How the presence of novel stimuli affects ERPs to Targets. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 24, 2119.

Bernstein, D.M. & Whittlesea, B.W.A. (1998, June). Some thinks are simply hard to ignore. Poster presented at the Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science, Ottawa, ON.

Bernstein, D.M., & Modigliani, V. (1997, April). Size and attention in visual information processing. Poster presented at the Western Psychological Association, Seattle, WA.

Bernstein, D.M., & Whittlesea, B.W.A. (1997, April). Implicit learning depends on where you look. Poster presented at the Western Psychological Association, Seattle, WA.

Bernstein, D.M., Lawson, S. & Segalowitz, S.J. (1996). Subtle changes in cognitive performance following mild head injury. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society. 2, 18.

Segalowitz, S.J., Bernstein, D.M., & Lawson, S. (1995). Lower amplitude P300 in mild head injury in absence of objective behavioral sequelae. Psychophysiology, 32, S67.

Murphy, T., Alloway, C.E.D., Lamarche, C.H., Bernstein, D.M., Ogilvie, R.O., MacLean, A.W., & Jamieson, D.G. (1995). How reliably does a vibro-tactile smoke alarm awaken individuals with hearing loss? Sleep Research, 25A , 251.

Bernstein, D.M., Belicki, K., & Gonzalez, D. (1995). The development and assessment of the reliability and validity of a Dream Content Questionnaire (DCQ). Sleep Research, 25, 138.

Bernstein, D.M, Belicki, K., & Gonzalez, D. (1995). Trait personality and its relationship to two different measures of dream content. Sleep Research, 25, 139.

Murphy, T., Alloway, C.E.D., Lamarche, C.H., Ogilvie, R.D., Bernstein, D.M., Marsman, I.A., & Segalowitz, S.J. (1994). The relationship between the AAT and objective and subjective measures of sleepiness during 28 hours of sleep deprivation. Psychophysiology, 31, S70.

Murphy, T., Bernstein, D.M., Marsman, I.A., Segalowitz, S.J., Alloway, C.E.D., Lamarche, C.H., & Ogilvie, R.D. (1994). EEG and ERP indices of arousal during 28 hours of sleep deprivation. Psychophysiology, 31, S70.

Bernstein, D.M. (1994, July). Further evidence supporting the use of questionnaires in the assessment of dream content. Poster presented at the Association for the Study of Dreams, Leiden, The Netherlands.

Bernstein, D.M., & Roberts, B. (1992, June). A questionnaire analysis of sleep and dream reports in a college population. Paper presented at the Association for the Study of Dreams, Santa Cruz, CA.

Theses

Bernstein, D.M. (2001). Remembering and believing depend: A processing account. Ph.D. Thesis, Simon Fraser University.

Bernstein, D.M. (1995). The psychometric properties of dream content questionnaires. M.A. Thesis, Brock University.

Bernstein, D.M. (1990). A questionnaire analysis of sleep and dreams. B.A. Honors Thesis, University of California at Berkeley.


Professional Membership

Canadian Society for Brain, Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences (1997-2004)

Association for Psychological Science (2001-present)

Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (2002-present)

Psychonomic Society (2001 – 2007: Affiliate; 2007 – present): Member

Behavioral and Brain Sciences (2005 – present): Associate


Research Interests

Belief and memory; Lifespan cognitive development and metacognition; Theory of Mind; Hindsight bias; Mild head injury; Sleep and dreams

Other Scholarly Activity

Social Sciences Academic Planning and Priorities, 2011- (Kwantlen Polytechnic University)

Social Sciences Faculty Council, 2011- (Kwantlen Polytechnic University)

Faculty of Arts Working Group Committee member, 2010-2011 (Kwantlen Polytechnic University)

Review Committee, Connecting Minds Psychology undergraduate research conference 2009, 2010 (Kwantlen Polytechnic University)

Search Committee, Director of Research 2008-2009 (Kwantlen Polytechnic University)

B.Sc. Search Committee 2008 (Kwantlen Polytechnic University)

Workload Committee member, 2007-2008 (Kwantlen Polytechnic University)

Search Committee, Program Review Facilitator, 2006 (Kwantlen Polytechnic University)

Social Science representative, Program Review Committee, 2005-2007 (Kwantlen Polytechnic University)

Teaching Excellence Committee member, 2005-present (Kwantlen Polytechnic University)

M.A. Feasibility Committee member, 2005-2006 (Kwantlen Polytechnic University)

B.A.A./B.A. Psychology Committee member, 2005-present (Kwantlen Polytechnic University)

Cognitive and Biological Psychology Area graduate student representative, 1998-2001 (Simon Fraser University)

Experimental Psychology graduate student representative: Graduate Studies Committee, 1997-2001 (Simon Fraser University)

Optimal Working Environment Committee, 1995-1997 (Simon Fraser University)

Vice President of Finance and Treasurer for Brock Graduate Student Council, 1994-1995 (Brock University)

Ad hoc Reviews (Journals)

Acta Psychologica; American Journal of Psychology; Applied Cognitive Psychology; Behavior Research Methods; Behavioral and Applied Social Psychology; Brain and Cognition; Child Development; Cognition; Cognitive Development; Cognitive Psychology; Consciousness and Cognition; Current Directions in Psychological Science; Developmental Psychology; Developmental Science; Dreaming; Experimental Psychology; Infant and Child Development; International Journal of Psychology; Journal of Memory and Language; Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition; Journal of Experimental Social Psychology; Journal of Personality and Social Psychology; Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society; Memory; Memory & Cognition; Perception & Psychophysics; Philosophical Psychology; Psychological Science; Psychology Learning and Teaching; Psychonomic Bulletin & Review; Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology; Social Cognition; Social and Personality Psychology Compass; Zeitschrift fur Psychology / Journal of Psychology


Ad hoc Reviews (Grants)

Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft – German Research Foundation

Fonds de la Recherche Scientifique – FNRS (Brussels)

Israel Science Foundation

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)



Thesis Committees and supervision

Sarah Boorman (B.A.A., Honours), Kwantlen Polytechnic University, 2011-2012; supervisor

Karen Aujla (B.A.A., Honours), Kwantlen Polytechnic University, 2010-2011; supervisor

Patricia Coburn (B.A., Honours), Kwantlen Polytechnic University, 2010-2011; supervisor

Louise Meilleur (B.A.A., Honours), Kwantlen Polytechnic University, 2009-2010: supervisor

Alex Wilson (B.A.A., Honours), Kwantlen Polytechnic University, 2009-2010: supervisor

Alisha Coolin (M.A.), Simon Fraser University, 2008-present; committee member

Ashley Fischer (M.A.), Simon Fraser University, 2008-present; committee member

Vanessa DeFreitas (Ph.D.), Simon Fraser University, 2008-present; committee member

Andre Asfalg (Ph.D.). University of Mannheim, 2008; Visiting scholar, research practicum supervisor

Amandeep Bassi (B.A., Honours), Kwantlen Polytechnic University, 2007-2008: supervisor

Carroll Boydell (M.A.), Simon Fraser University, August, 2008: external examiner

Kevin Whitfield (Ph.D.), Simon Fraser University, 2007-present: committee member

Heidi Gordon (M.A.), Simon Fraser University, April, 2005: external examiner

Saskia De Ruiter (M.A.), Leiden University, The Netherlands, 1995-1996: committee member

Teaching Experience

Courses Taught

Introduction to Psychology I: Basic Processes (Kwantlen Polytechnic University)

Introduction to Psychology II: Areas and Applications (Kwantlen Polytechnic University)

Cognition (Kwantlen Polytechnic University)

Perception (Kwantlen Polytechnic University)

Memory (Kwantlen Polytechnic University)
Guest Lectures

Cognitive Development; Cognitive Psychology; Introduction to Psychology; Memory; Human Factors; Psychological Methods and Design; The Study of Dreams
Other Supervision of Undergraduate and Graduate Student Research

*Andre Asfalg, *Karen Aujla, *Aman Bassi, *Brian Bennett, *Kari Boyum, *Janice Chen, *Linda Ching, *Patricia Coburn,*Alisha Coolin, *Arienne Davison, *Neha Deol, *Saskia De Ruiter, *Lecia Desjarlais, *Joy Durham, *Ashley Fischer, *Erin Flynn, Alicia Geurts, *Ryan Godfrey, *Aimee Ha, *Erin Harley, Leah Hilborn, *Jay Hyler, *(Jill) Dieu-Huong Huynh, *Reema Jayakar, *Tanya Jonker, *Ragav Kumar, *Cara Laney, Leah Lee, Howard Lopez, *Antonia Mantonakis (formerly Kronlund), Ashley McClure, *Louise Meilleur, *Suad Mohamed, *Erin Morris, *Rubina Mudhar, Jacqueline Mullen, Jana Nakamura, *Eryn Newman, *Ivy Siu-Ling Ng, *Soo O, *Nicole Pernat, *Jacqueline Pickrell, *Jamie Rich, *Bertrand Sager, *Pallavi Shukla, *Deniz Tahiroglu, *Briana Wakefield, *Nicole Weiss, *Kevin Whitfield, *Alex Wilson, *Marco Wong


*appeared on published papers or conference abstracts with me


Invited Workshops

Grading student work in the arts. Workshop given at 10th13th Annual T.A. Day and at 2nd 5th Annual Spring T.A. Day. Simon Fraser University, 1997-2001.



Invited Talks


AM 1470 interview (Chinese radio show), September, 2011

Kwantlen Polytechnic University, April, 2011

Autism and Developmental Disorders Lab, Simon Fraser University, January 2011

Vancouver Co-op Radio interview, September, 2010

Helmut Schmidt University, Hamburg, June 2010

Kwantlen Polytechnic University, February, October 2010

Simon Fraser University, January 2010

University of California, Santa Barbara (Schooler Lab), November 2009

McGill University, December 2008

Yeshiva University, December 2008

University of Manitoba, October 2008

Newton Elementary School, September 2008

Kwantlen Polytechnic University, April 2008

University of Washington, March 2008

Arborside Court Retirement Home, Surrey, BC, February 2008

Langley Gardens Retirement Home, Langley, BC, January 2008

University of Washington, November 2007

University of British Columbia, October 2007

Kwantlen Polytechnic University, August 2007 (Panel discussant: Social Sciences Faculty Orientation)

Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences, University of Washington, June, July 2007

University of Mannheim, Germany, June 2007

University Child Development School, Seattle, May 2007

Kwantlen Polytechnic University, April 2007 (Panel discussant: Undergraduate Student Conference)

Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC All in the Mind radio interview), Sydney, Australia, August 2006.

Kwantlen Polytechnic University, April 2006 (Keynote speaker: Second Undergraduate Psychology Student Conference)

University of Washington, February, November 2006

The Max Plank Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, Germany, July 2005

University of Washington, March 2005

Kwantlen Polytechnic University, March 2005

Claremont McKenna College, February 2005

Northwestern University, January 2005

University of Waterloo, December 2004

Simon Fraser University, November 2004

University of British Columbia, September 2004

University of Washington, February and October 2004

California State University Northridge, February 2004

Simon Fraser University, January 2004

University of Washington, February 2003

University of Washington, February and October, 2002

Moscow State University, Russia, September, October 2002

University of Washington (Greenwald Lab), October 2001

Reilley Community Centre, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, February 2000

Canadian Mental Health Association, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, February 2000

Simon Fraser University, September 1999

Simon Fraser University, February 1998

University High School, Los Angeles, November 1992


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