Behavioural Cognitive Neuroscience


I am a fourth year PhD student at Brock University under the supervision of Dr. Karen Campbell. My primary research focus is understanding the neurocognitive changes that happen during aging. In particular, I study how memory and attentional mechanisms develop and change with age.I am currently on the job market for a postdoctoral position starting in the fall 2024.


UNDER REVIEWFenerci, C., Davis, E.E., Henderson, S.E., Campbell, K.L., & Sheldon, S. (under review, June 2023). Shift happens: Aging alters the content and organization of memory for complex memories. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONSDavis, E.E., Tehrani, E.K., & Campbell, K.L. (2024). Some young adults hyper-bind too: Attentional control relates to individual differences in hyper-binding. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.Davis, E.E., Matthews, C.M., Mondloch, C.J. (2024). Ensemble coding of facial identity is robust, but may not contribute to face learning. Cognition, 243, 105668.Davis, E. E., & Campbell, K. L. (2023). Event boundaries structure the contents of long-term memory in younger and older adults. Memory, 31(1), 47-60.Davis, E. E., Chemnitz, E., Collins, T.K., Geerligs, L., & Campbell, K.L. (2021). Looking the same, but remembering differently: Preserved eye-movement synchrony with age during movie-viewing. Psychology and Aging, 36(5), 604-615.Davis, E.E., Foy, E.A., Giovanello, K.S., & Campbell, K.L. (2021). Implicit associative memory remains intact with age and extends to target-distractor pairs. Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition, 28, 455-471.Davis, E.E., Matthews, C.M., & Mondloch, C.J. (2021). Ensemble coding of facial identity is not refined by experience: Evidence from other-race and inverted faces. British Journal of Psychology, 112, 265-281.Henderson, S.E., Lockhart, H.A., Davis, E.E., Emrich, S.M., & Campbell, K.L. (2020). Reduced attentional control in older adults leads to deficits in flexible prioritization of visual working memory. Brain Sciences, 10(542)¬, 1-17.Hafer, C., Drolet, C.E., Davis, E.E., Segalowitz, S.J., & Shulman, E.P. (2020). Evidence of a processing advantage for deservingness-relevant information. Social Psychology, 51(2), 127-134.Matthews, C.M., Davis, E.E., & Mondloch, C.J. (2018). Getting to know you: The development of mechanisms underlying face learning. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 167, 295-313.