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Dr. Langley and students present at OPAM
Dr. Moses Langley and his research team have research they will be presenting at the Object Perception, Attention and Memory conference in November.
Dr. Langley and his research assistants, Travis Hensersky and Todd Edlin, will present two posters at the Object Perception, Attention and Memory (OPAM) conference this November.
The posters, entitled "Can perceptually demanding encoding tasks help dissociate recollection-based and familiarity-based recognition memory?" and "Effects of perceptual encoding and retrieval orientations on recognition memory for identified and unidentified pictures" examine how important familiarity and identification affect whether participants can remember visual stimuli.
Dr. Langley will also be presenting a poster entitled "On the contribution of object identification to object recognition: Recollection may require identification, but familiarity does not" at the Psychonomic Society.