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.
Using SuperLab to Improve Understanding of Research Design
Abstract: Psychology majors often do not have technical
experience designing computer-based experiments. While there may be practical reasons for
encouraging students to develop experiments using a programming language or ...
Posted Nov 13, 2013, 8:55 PM by Chris Koch
The Relationship between Continuous Performance Tasks and Color-Word and Nonverbal Stroop Tasks
Christopher Koch and Kristy Luther
George Fox University
Abstract. Nonverbal Stroop tasks produce results that
parallel those found with the color-word Stroop task (Koch & Roid, 2012)
yet the question ...
Posted Nov 13, 2013, 8:53 PM by Chris Koch
Hemispheric Differences in Verbal and Nonverbal Stroop Tasks
Christopher Koch and Casey Millerick
George Fox University
Abstract: Researchers have
generally found greater color-word Stroop interference in the left hemisphere
than in the right hemisphere (e.g., Weekes ...
Posted Nov 13, 2013, 8:46 PM by Chris Koch
Color-Word Stroop, Nonverbal Stroop, and Spanish-English Bilinguals
The Effects of English-Spanish Bilingualism on
Christopher Koch & Remi GentryGeorge Fox University
tasks attempt to minimize the effect of language on performance. Fifteen Spanish ...
Posted Nov 13, 2013, 8:42 PM by Chris Koch
Facial Feedback, Training, and the Perception of Facial Emotions
Christopher Koch & Michael Broughal Abstract. Contrary
to Carney, Cuddy, and
Yao (2010), Koch and Broughal (2011) found that posture did not
influence the perception of facial emotions.
The current study ...
Posted Nov 15, 2012, 8:23 AM 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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