Research interests:
Human memory; prospective vs retrospective memory; encoding/retrieval interactions; lifespan memory development; memory breakdown in organic amnesia and in patients with Alzheimer’s disease.

Liu-Ambrose, T., Ashe, M. C., Nagamatsu, L., Graf, P., Beattie, L. & Khan, K. M. (in press). Mild Cognitive Impairment Increases Falls Risk in Older Community-Dwelling Women. Physical Therapy.

Gottlieb-Tanaka, D., Lee, H. & Graf, P. (2008). Creative-Expressive Abilities Assessment: A User Guide. ArtScience Press.

Gottlieb-Tanaka, D., Lee, H. & Graf, P. (2008). The CEAA: An instrument for assessing the creative-expressive abilities of individuals with dementia. ArtScience Press.

Labelle, M-A., Graf, P., Grondin, S., & Gagné-Roy, L. (in press). Time-related processes in time-based prospective memory and in time-interval production. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology. (34 pages)

Cuttler, C. & Graf, P. (2008). Sub-clinical checking compulsions are related to impaired prospective memory independently of depression, anxiety, and distractibility. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 22, 642-654.

Graf, P. & Grodin, S. (2006). Time Perception and Time-Based Prospective Memory. In Glicksohn, J. & Myslobodsky, M. S. (Eds.) Timing the future: The case for a time-based prospective memory (pp. 1-24), World Scientific Publishing.

Graf, P. (2005). Prospective memory retrieval revisited. In N. Ohta, C. M. MacLeod & B. Uttl (Eds.), Dynamic cognitive processes (pp. 305-332). Tokyo: Springer.

Peters, K. R., Graf, P., Hayden, S., & Feldman, H. (2004). Neuropsychological characterization of cognitively- impaired-not-demented (CIND) individuals: Clinical comparison data. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 18, 208-228.

 

 

Winter 2016

PSYC101 Introduction to Biological and Cognitive Psychology Sections

Introduction to Methods and Statistics, Biopsychology, Learning, Perception, Memory, and Cognition. Credit will not be given for both PSYC 100 and PSYC 101.

Winter 2016

PSYC333 Memory: Historical, Clinical and Cognitive Perspectives Sections

Classical and contemporary metaphors for memory and their impact on theory development.

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