I am a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Knowledge & Concepts Lab. My research is primarily focused on false beliefs and motivated reasoning.
Rosenfeld, J. P., Ward, A., Frigo, V., Drapekin, J., & Labkovsky, E. (2015). Evidence suggesting superiority of visual (verbal) vs. auditory test presentation modality in the P300-based, Complex Trial Protocol for concealed autobiographical memory detection. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 96(1), 16-22.
Conference Presentations & Talks:
Investigating the Factorial Structure of Widespread False Beliefs. Poster presented at Cognitive Science Society, Montreal, Québec, Canada, July 2019
The Other Fox News Effect: Attractive People and Women More Strongly Impact Belief Formation. Poster presented at Cognitive Science Society, Madison, WI, USA July 2018
Belief-Updating with Incomplete or Unreliable Information. Talk presented at Cognitive Science Society, London, UK July 2017
Awards & Honors:
2019 – 2020 University Fellowship, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2017 Hertz Travel Award, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2017 Menzies Award, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2016 – 2017 University Fellowship, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2021 Spring Cognition in Health and Society, Dr. Joseph Austerweil
2020 Fall Psychology of Human Emotion: From Biology to Culture, Professor, Dr. Paula Niedenthal
2019 Spring Cognition in Health and Society, Dr. Joseph Austerweil
2018 Fall Cognitive Psychology, Dr. Timothy Rogers