EMILY E. DAVIS, M.A.
PH.D. CANDIDATE, BROCK UNIVERSITYDepartment of Psychology
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 REVIEWDavis, E.E., Matthews, C.M., Mondloch, C.J. (under review, August 2023). Ensemble coding of facial identity is robust, but may not contribute to face learning. Cognition.Davis, E.E., Tehrani, E.K., & Campbell, K.L. (under review, July 2023). Some young adults hyper-bind too: Attentional control relates to individual differences in hyper-binding. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.Fenerci, 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., & 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.