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.
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.