The primary research emphasis is understanding how competing pieces of information are processed when presented at the same time. Research includes visual, auditory, and cross-modal information. Individual differences in information processing are also examined.
Recent research has focused the development and applications of the NSCST. One area of application deals with impairments to attention and executive functioning as a result of concussion in youth athletics.
Evaluating Equating Methods for a Manual and Computerized Card Sorting Task
versions of the same test are typically equated so that scores can be similarly
interpreted over time. Likewise, different versions of the same test may need
to be ...
Posted Nov 17, 2016, 6:52 AM by Chris Koch
The Testing Effect and Potential Moderating Variables
Christopher Koch & Emma DennieGeorge Fox UniversityAbstract: The testing effect was examined
throughout a semester. Daily quizzes were given in a Sensation and Perception
course. For the first exam ...
Posted Nov 17, 2016, 6:49 AM by Chris Koch
Developing an Auditory and Visual Cross-Modal Continuous Performance Task for Evaluating Concussion
Christopher Koch, Taylor Charbonnier,
Matthew Johnson, Lindsey Levanen,
& Matthew Scott
George Fox UniversityAbstract: Neurocognitive tests like the SCAT3
and ImPACT have become standard concussion
Posted Nov 17, 2016, 6:45 AM by Chris Koch
The Influence of Figure-Ground and Depth on Attention in a Modified Stroop Task
Abstract: Figure-ground and depth cues were
examined. Shadows (Experiment 1) produced interference (F(1, 23) = 28.01, p
< .001) and slower RTs for occluded targets (F(1, 23) = 9 ...
Posted Nov 17, 2016, 6:41 AM by Chris Koch
Psychonomic Society 2015
Examining the Relationship Between Media Multitasking and Working MemoryChristopher Koch & Mary Kate KochAbstract: Ophir, Nass, and Wagner (2009) found that
individuals who multitask more do not necessarily ...
Posted Nov 20, 2015, 6:31 PM by Chris Koch
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This online questionnaire examines behavioral tendencies in social situations.
Posted Apr 24, 2010, 3:02 PM by Chris Koch
GF Students use Sona
If you are currently a George Fox student in PSYC 150, sign-up for research through your Sona account.
Posted Apr 24, 2010, 3:03 PM by Chris Koch
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