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Christie Haskell

Ph.D. Candidate

Christie HaskellCognitive Psychology

B.Eng., Aerospace Engineering, Ryerson

M.A., Cognitive Psychology, UW

Advisor: Brit Anderson

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Research Interests

I am interested in the mechanisms of attention and the effect of attention on visual perception. My research presently centers on the effect of exogenous, spatial cueing on the accuracy of orientation judgments. Specifically, I am investigating how attention changes the shape of the distribution of responses and the factors that moderate this effect.

Publications

Haskell, C. R. M. & Anderson, B. (in prep.). Reward Shape Effects on the Precision of Perceptual Decisions.

Haskell, C. R. M. & Anderson, B. (submitted). Distinct effects of memory and cue validity on orientation judgements.

Presentations

Haskell, C. R. M.* & Anderson, B. (June, 2015). Differential effects of performance-based rewards on the allocation of spatial attention. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour, and Cognition. [Poster PDF]

Britt Anderson* & Christie R. M. Haskell (May, 2015). Reward Shape Effects on the Precision of Perceptual Decisions. Poster presented at the Fifth International Symposium on "Biology of Decision Making".[Poster PDF]

Haskell, C. R. M.* & Anderson, B. (July, 2014). Re-examining the sequential-simultaneous paradigm: orientation judgements and iconic memory. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour, and Cognition. [Poster PDF][Supplemental Handout PDF]

Christie R. M. Haskell* & Britt Anderson (May, 2014). Distinct effects of memory and cue validity on orientation judgments. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Visual Science Society.[Poster PDF] [Supplemental Handout PDF]

Haskell, C. R. M.*, Little, J. & Stolz, J. A. (June, 2013). Barking at emotionally-laden words: the role of attention. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour, and Cognition. [Poster PDF]

Affiliation: 
University of Waterloo

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