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Amy Overman, Kimberly Duggins '10 present at national research conference

Amy Overman, assistant professor of psychology, and Kimberly Duggins '10 presented their research, "Age-related differences in memory for crime information: Behavioral and electrophysiological
evidence," at the 13th Cognitive Aging Conference.

Amy Overman

 Meredith Allison, assistant professor of psychology at Elon and Joseph D.W. Stephens, assistant professor of psychology at North Carolina A&T State University, co-authored the research.

Cognitive Aging Conference is the premier professional conference for research on aging and cognition and gathers scientists from throughout the world. It is held bianually in Atlanta.

Amy Overman,
Faculty
4/19/2010 9:59 AM