Psychology Research Initiative in Diversity Enhancement (PRIDE)
PRIDE is an 7-week intensive research experience for Syracuse University undergraduates from underrepresented groups. Acceptance into the program is highly competitive. The program is internally funded by the Department of Psychology, read more here. Students complete a research project in a participating Psychology lab and present their work to the university community at a conference at the end of the 7 weeks. They also attend a weekly professional development series. PRIDE students in my lab conduct an experiment from start to finish, review the literature, analyze the data, and write a publication quality paper.
Publications and Conference Publications with PRIDE students
Criss, A.H., Salomão, C., Malmberg, K.J., Aue, W.A., Kılıç, A., & Claridge, M. (2018). Release from Output Interference in Recognition Memory: A Test of the Attention Hypothesis. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 71(5):1081-1089. doi: 10.1080/17470218.2017.1310265
Aue, W.A., Fontaine, J. & Criss, A.H. (in press). Word frequency, but not context variability, dissociates across memory for items and associations. Memory & Cognition
Criss, A.H., Aue, W.R., & Smith, L. (2011). The effects of word frequency and context variability in cued recall. Journal of Memory and Language, 64, 119-132.
Prince, M.A., Criss, A.H., Malmberg, K.J., & Peckoo, S. (2013, November).The Effect of Presentation Modality on Output Interference. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Toronto, Canada.
Aue, W. R., Fontaine, J., and Criss, A. H. (2013, May). Word frequency and context variability effects dissociate as a function of test type. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Context and Episodic Memory Symposium. Philadelphia, PA
Salomão, C., Claridge, M., Kılıç, A., Aue, W.R. & Criss, A.H. (2013, March). Release from Output Interference in Long Term Memory. Eastern Psychological Association. New York, New York.
Fontaine, J.M., Holder, J.N., Kılıç, A., Aue, W.R. & Criss, A.H. (2013, March). Examining Output Interference as a Function of Study List Length. Eastern Psychological Association. New York, New York.
Aue, W. R., Fontaine, J., and Criss, A. H. (2012, November). Context variability and memory for items and associations. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society. Minneapolis, MN.
Fontaine, J.M., Aue, W.R. & Criss, A.H. (2012, March). Effects of word frequency and context variability on episodic memory in single item recognition and associative recognition. Poster presented at the Eastern Psychological Association Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA.
Criss, A.H., Aue, W.R., & Smith, L. (2010, April). The effects of word frequency and context variability in cued recall. Talk given at the Context in Episodic Memory Symposium, Philadelphia, PA.
Shantai Peckoo, currently a graduate student
Cristina Salomao, M.S from George Washington University
Jessica Fontaine, M.S. from Pepperdine University
Jackie Boyd, M.S. from Boston University
Stephanie Cuevas, M.S.W. from Syracuse University