The Memory and Attention Laboratory at the University of South Dakota is part of the Human Factors program in the Department of Psychology. We study memory, attention, and multitasking in humans. Our work informs current theories of how working memories are formed, the causes of forgetting, and the relationship between working memory and higher-order cognitive behavior.
Megan Presents at the Annual Meeting of the South Dakota Psychological Association
Megan will be showcasing her work on the perceived workload of complex span tasks. This will be the lab's first trip to the SDPA meeting and we are looking forward to getting a feel for the association. Feel free to stop by her poster if you are attending!
Welcome to the New Members of the Lab
Katie, Grace, & Anika are joining the laboratory as undergraduate research assistants this Fall. They will be assisting Kelly Cotton with her work on creativity and working memory consolidation.
Kelly Presents at the Virtual Working Memory Symposium
This June (2021) Kelly presented her work on creativity and consolidation into long-term memory at the Virtual Working Memory Symposium. This is a virtual replacement for the cancelled in-person working-memory events when graduate students typically get experience speaking to established working memory researchers. Stay tuned for more on this project as it evolves.