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.
Distractibility of Noise during Post Concussion Visual SearchChristopher KochAbstract. Noise
can differentially influence cognitive performance among concussed
individuals. Eight concussed subjects
were compared to seven matched controls.
Posted Nov 20, 2014, 12:15 AM by Chris Koch
Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies 2014
Executive Function Training Increases Reading Rate, Accuracy, Fluency, and ComprehensionJoseph Sandford, Christopher Koch, & Lonnie Rae SmithAbstract. This
study was conducted to determine if a computer-based training program ...
Posted Nov 20, 2014, 12:09 AM by Chris Koch
2014 OHSU Healthy Aging Alliance Conference
Training and Everyday Functioning Among the Elderly: Phase 1
Koch and Elizabeth BergerAbstract. Cognitive
training has become popularized with programs like Brain Age and Lumosity. Transferability of ...
Posted Sep 28, 2014, 11:32 PM by Chris Koch
Society for Computers in Psychology 2014
A Student-Based Evaluation of PSPPChristopher Koch & Elissa ShinsekiAbstract. GNU PSPP version 0.8.3 is a
statistical software package developed through the Free Software
Foundation. It is ...
Posted Nov 20, 2014, 12:19 AM by Chris Koch
Changes in Verbal Memory during Youth Football
Larry Jasper, Christopher Koch, Jacob Lowen, Jeffery Schloemer, & David Kays
appears that youth football players are as likely to suffer a concussion as
high school and college athletes ...
Posted Aug 6, 2014, 1:01 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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