Memory and Development Lab - University of Kansas

Memory and Development Lab - University of Kansas A research lab at the University of Kansas directed by Dr. Andrea Follmer Greenhoot. Students interested in applying for a research position should send a resume or CV and a letter of interest to [email protected].

Director: Dr. Andrea Follmer Greenhoot

Current Ph.D Students:
Robyn Kelton
Margarita Pavlova

Current Undergraduate Research Assistants:
Lauren Holland
Ellie Milton
Hannah Pulford

Alumni (Ph.D.):
Alisa Miller Beyer, Assistant Professor, Dominican University
Sarah Bunnell, Associate Director, Center for Teaching and Learning, Amherst College
Erin Hambrick, Assistant Professor, University of Missouri Kansas City
Rebecca Johnson, Pediatric Psychologist, Children's Mercy Hospital of Kansas City
John-Paul Legerski, Associate Professor, University of North Dakota
Monica Tsethlikai, Assistant Professor, Arizona State University

Director: Dr. Andrea Follmer Greenhoot

Current Ph.D Students:
Robyn Kelton
Margarita Pavlova

Current Undergraduate Research Assistants:
Lauren Holland
Ellie Milton
Hannah Pulford

Alumni (Ph.D.):
Alisa Miller Beyer, Assistant Professor, Dominican University
Sarah Bunnell, Associate Director, Center for Teaching and Learning, Amherst College
Erin Hambrick, Assistant Professor, University of Missouri Kansas City
Rebecca Johnson, Pediatric Psychologist, Children's Mercy Hospital of Kansas City
John-Paul Legerski, Associate Professor, University of North Dakota
Monica Tsethlikai, Assistant Professor, Arizona State University

Operating as usual

Summer 2018: We are currently recruiting participants (girls 11 to 16 years of age, with a parent and a close friend) fo...
07/11/2018

Summer 2018: We are currently recruiting participants (girls 11 to 16 years of age, with a parent and a close friend) for a study of how preadolescent and adolescent girls talk about past events. Each girl and their friend will each receive $20 for participating. For more information go to:
https://greenhoot.wordpress.com/about-us/participate/

or Contact project director Robyn Kelton at [email protected], or 630-452-9052

HI EVERYONE! Check out our current projects, and "like" our page to support the KU Memory and Development Lab! ...
11/06/2013
Current Projects

HI EVERYONE! Check out our current projects, and "like" our page to support the KU Memory and Development Lab! Thanks so much for your support, and stay tuned for new projects coming soon! http://greenhoot.wordpress.com/current-research-projects/

Autobiographical Narratives and Well-Being in Emerging Adults with and without Abuse Histories We just wrapped this project, which looked at how emerging adults recollect stressful and traumatic li...

Dr. Andrea Greenhoot conducting research to see how illustrations affect parent-child story reading and children’s story...
10/29/2013

Dr. Andrea Greenhoot conducting research to see how illustrations affect parent-child story reading and children’s story recall

Alumni
10/29/2013

Alumni

04/21/2011
KU Child Memory Study Flier

[Flier Updated!] Hi Everyone, please keep forwarding this research opportunity to the parents you know, Thanks!
Have you ever wondered how to talk to your child about negative past events? KU Memory and Development Lab is conducting a study of how parent-child talk affects the way 4- to 7-year-olds remember and react to a mildly negative event. For more participating information, click the flier link below:

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1415 Jayhawk Blvd
Lawrence, KS
66045

General information

The research of the KU Memory and Development Lab looks at how children and adults come to remember both good and bad past experiences, and how these memories are related to emotional well-being. We are particularly interested in the ways in which people cope with and make sense of memories of highly negative experiences, such as abuse or family violence, because these types of experiences can have serious implications for mental health. The KU MAD Lab also offers an opportunity for undergraduate students to pursue their interests in cognitive and developmental psychology while gaining research experience by serving as assistants in the lab. Undergraduate students provide assistance with research activities including: - Entering data and monitoring the quality of data entry - Transcribing interviews - Coding/scoring interviews, questionnaires, and psychological assessments - Data collection (interviewing study participants) - Library research using PsycINFO - Complete readings of assigned journal articles and book chapters related to the Memory and Development Lab. - Attend weekly lab meetings every to discuss issues related to the current research.

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