Position: Assistant Professor
Location: HHH 117
B.A., The College of New Jersey; M.S., Kansas State University; PhD., Kansas State University
Fields of Expertise:
- Cognitive Psychology
- Event Cognition
- Memory, Aging
Smith, M. E., Newberry, K. M., & Bailey, H. R. (2020). Differential effects of knowledge and aging on the encoding and retrieval of everyday activities. Cognition, 196, 104159.
Newberry, K. M., & Bailey, H. R. (2019). Does semantic knowledge influence event segmentation and recall of text?. Memory & Cognition, 47(6), 1173-1187.
McGatlin, K. C., Newberry, K. M., & Bailey, H. R. (2018). Temporal chunking makes life’s events more memorable. Open Psychology, 1(1), 94-105.
I enjoy fresh apple cider cinnamon sugar donuts and chai tea lattes. Fall is my favorite season. I’m an avid fan of The Office, Parks and Rec, Gilmore Girls, GBBO, Bob’s Burgers, and Harry Potter (the series, not necessarily JKR). I played field hockey throughout middle school, high school, and college (intramural) and I can swing dance (lindy hop and charleston). I love to travel and I enjoy day hikes. I also aspire to own a Corgi someday.