Articles by Amy Overman
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Amy Overman publishes three grant-funded articles on associative memory
November 30, 2022
The professor of psychology and assistant dean of Elon College, the College of Arts and Sciences, recently co-authored three peer-reviewed scientific journal articles that were supported by her funding from the National Institutes of Health.
Amy Overman appointed to Cognitive Neuroscience Society’s Symposium Committee
November 3, 2022
Overman will help to set the agenda for the Society's 30th anniversary meeting in San Francisco next year.
Amy Overman collaborates on $500K in additional grant funding from National Institutes of Health
June 17, 2022
Overman's third grant from NIH supports continued investigation of age-related cognitive changes
Statewide women’s network grows under Overman’s leadership
June 10, 2022
With Amy Overman as State Chair, the NC ACE Women's Network has grown significantly. The network held its annual conference last week.
Amy Overman and students present at major scholarly conferences
June 10, 2022
Members of the Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory and Aging Laboratory attended and presented research at prestigious scientific meetings in Atlanta and San Francisco this Spring.
Overman and Friedland publish an article on the intersection of neuroscience and law
June 6, 2022
Law professor and neuroscience professor co-author a peer-reviewed article on cognitive bias in the criminal justice system.
Amy Overman named state chair of ACE Women’s Network
February 11, 2022
Elon professor leads statewide organization that promotes advancement of women in higher education.
Amy Overman publishes research on the effects of corrective feedback on memory
February 4, 2022
The peer-reviewed study was published in the journal Memory, and reports a novel discovery related to memory for contextual information.
Amy Overman gives keynote address at inaugural Neuroscience Teaching Conference
September 1, 2021
The professor in the Psychology Department and Neuroscience program spoke about specific strategies for fostering inclusion and belongingness in neuroscience.
Amy Overman, Qian Xu and Deandra Little publish eye-tracking study of syllabi
July 30, 2021
Three Elon colleagues collaborated on peer-reviewed investigation of whether syllabus format affects students' retention of course information.