Curriculum Vitae

Education

Ph.D. Cognitive Psychology (2009) Iowa State University

Identifying the contributions of letter identity and relative letter position to orthographic priming Abstract

M.S. Cognitive Psychology (2006) Iowa State University

The roles of awareness and encoding effectiveness in repetition blindness Abstract

B.S. Psychology, B.A. English (2004) Missouri Southern State University

Honors and Awards

2015Research, Scholarship & Creative Activity Award (university level)
2015Research Scientist: Optimizing User Experience Contract (8-week project)
2012Jesse Lee Myers Excellence in Teaching Award (university level; 3 awarded/year)
2008-2009Psychology Graduate Student Award: Exceptional Undergraduate Mentoring
2008Midwestern Psychological Association Graduate Student Paper Award
2004MSSU Honors Program Co-Graduate of the Year
2002MSSU Psychology Student of the Year

Publications

Still, M.L., & Still, J.D. (accepted). Practical recommendations for examining subliminal techniques in ubiquitous computing. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction [ Article ]


Still, M.L., & Still, J.D. (accepted). Cognitively describing intuitive interactions. In A. Blackler (Ed), Intuitive interaction: research and applications. Taylor and Francis


Grigc, J. E., Still, M. L., & Still, J. D. (2016). Effects of cognitive load on affordance-based interactions. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 30,1042-1051.


Geller, J., Still, M. L., & Morris, A. L. (2016). Eyes wide open: Pupil size as a proxy for inhibition in the masked priming paradigm.Memory & Cognition, 44,554-564.


Still, M.L., & Still, J.D. (2015). Contrasting traditional in-class exams with frequent online testing. Journal of Teaching and Learning with Technology, 4,30-40.


Still, J.D., Still, M.L., & Grgic, J.E. (2015). Designing intuitive interactions: Exploring performance and reflection measures. Interacting with Computers, 27, 271-286. Abstract 


Schuster, D., Still, M.L., Still, J.D., Lim, J.J., Feria, C., & Rohrer, C. (2015). Opinions or algorithms: An investigation of trust in people versus automation in app store security. Proceedings of the International Conference on Human Aspects of Information Security, Privacy, & Trust at the 17th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. Los Angeles, CA.

 

Still, M.L. & Still, J.D. (2012). Practical recommendations for examining subliminal techniques in ubiquitous computing. Proceedings of the Effects of Subliminal Perception in Ubiquitous Computing Environments Workshop at the 14th International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing Pittsburgh, PA. pdf

 

Morris, A.L. & Still, M.L. (2012). Orthographic similarity: The case of "reversed anagrams". Memory & Cognition, 40, 779-790. Abstract

 

Morris, A.L., Still, M.L., & Caldwell-Harris, C.L. (2009). Repetition blindness: An emergent property of inter-item competition. Cognitive Psychology, 58, 338-375. Abstract

 

Morris, A.L., Cleary, A.M., & Still, M.L. (2008). The role of autonomic arousal in feelings of familiarity. Consciousness and Cognition, 17, 1378-1385. Abstract

 

Morris, A.L. & Still, M.L. (2008). Repetition blindness for nonwords: Now you see it, now you don't. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 34, 146-166. Abstract

 

Morris, A.L., Still, M.L., Caldwell-Harris, C.L., & Atkinson, M.D. (2007). Semantic interference and associative facilitation from words presented in rapid serial visual presentation. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 14, 755-761. Abstract

Presentations

APS-STP 2017Still, M. L., Langley, M. M., & Cronk, B. [poster]. Is the 2016 Presidential Election a Flashbulb Event?.
SHFARC 2017Hicks, J., Still, M. L., & Still, J. D. [poster]. E-Commerce Products with Higher Visual Saliency are Found Faster.
Psychonomics 2015Geller, J., Still, M.L., & Caldwell-Harris, C.L.[poster]. Do you know where your word has been? A right hemisphere mechanism for contextual diversity.
Human Aspects of Info Security, Privacy & Trust 2015Schuster, D., Still, M.L., Still, J.D., Lim, J.J., Feria, C., & Rohrer, C. [paper]. Opinions and algorighms: An investigation of trust in people versus automation in app store security.
Psychonomics 2014Still, J.D., Masciocchi, C., & Still, M.L. [poster]. Stimulus- and goal-driven influences on visual searches in webpages. Abstract
APS/STP 2014Still, M.L. & Still, J.D. [poster]. Ramifications of quiz format on retention and online studying. Abstract
APS/STP 2014Bennett, S.J., Zabel, L.I., Still, M.L., Fuglestad, P.T., Beyer, S., & Langley, M.M. [poster]. Tracking the development of students'academic self-efficacy in a psychology research methods course: Academic writing and information literacy skills.
APS/STP 2014Ardner, B.L., Humphrey, K.J., Hebig, M.A., Fuglestad, P.T., Still, M.L., & Langley, M.M. [poster]. Tracking the development of students'academic self-efficacy in a psychology research methods course: Statistical and methodologial design skills.
Psychonomics 2013Geller, J., Still, M.L. & Morris, A.L. [poster]. The reversed Goldilocks effect: Premask duration modulated priming in the masked-priming same-different task. Abstract
Psychonomics 2012Still, M.L. & Morris, A.L. [poster]. Alternative methods for measuring the frequency of TXTMSG Abbreviations. Abstract
Psychonomics 2012Morris, A.L. & Still, M.L. [paper]. Attention, competition, and lexicality in the same-different matching task. Abstract
Ubicomp "Subliminal" Workshop 2012Still, M.L. & Still, J.D. [paper]. Practical recommendations for examining subliminal techniques in ubiquitous computing.
Psychonomics 2011Still, M.L., Morris, A.L., & Jones, K.^ [poster]. IDK if you really H8IT unless you spell it out. Abstract
Psychonomics 2011Morris, A.L. & Still, M.L. [paper]. A tale of two tasks: Why results from the lexical decision and same-different masking tasks differ. Abstract
MPA/STP 2011Still, J.D. & Still, M.L. [poster]. No cost or benefit from frequent online quizzes compared to traditional exams. Abstract
STL UX 2011Still, J.D., Grgic, J.E.^, & Still, M.L. [paper]. Revealing user button-to-action mappings through describing and acting. Abstract
Psychonomics 2010Still, M.L. & Morris, A.L. [poster]. Interference from reversed anagram primes: Another source of inhibition in word recognition? Abstract
Psychonomics 2010Morris, A.L. & Still, M.L. [paper]. The facilitatory length effect in visual word recognition. Abstract
MPA 2010Still, M.L., West, R. & Morris, A.L. [paper]. Letter identity and position in word recognition: An ERP study. Abstract
Psychonomics 2009Morris, A.L. & Still, M.L. [paper]. Three puzzling findings in visual word recognition. Abstract
Psychonomics 2008Still, M.L. & Morris, A.L. [poster]. Opposing contributions of letters and bigrams in word recognition? Abstract
Psychonomics 2008Morris, A.L. & Still, M.L. [paper]. Orthographic similarity of anagrams revealed through repetition blindness and masked priming. Abstract
MPA 2008*Still, M. L. [paper]. Letter order judgments are influenced by orthographic regularity. Abstract
Psychonomics 2007Still, M.L. & Morris, A.L. [poster]. Dissociative effects of prime duration, lexicality, and word frequency in lexical decision. Abstract
Psychonomics 2006Still, M.L. & Morris, A.L. [poster]. The role of competition in repetition blindness. Abstract
MPA 2006Still, M.L. [paper] Semantic interference and associative facilitation for words. Abstract
Psychonomics 2005Morris, A. L., Cleary, A. M., & Still, M. L. [poster] Electrodermal recognition without identification.
CNS 2005Morris, A. L., Cleary, A. M., & Still, M. L. [poster] Electrodermal recognition without identification.

*Award-winning presentation ^Student collaborator

Sponsored Presentations

SJSU SPARC 2015Brennan, J. M. & Brown, P. [poster]. Cognitive Benefits of Video Game Play on Visuospatial Tasks.
SJSU SPARC 2015Ochoa, M., Christensen, K., & Rodgers, G. [poster]. Effects of Power Posing and Self-Esteem on Stress.
MWSU MRD 2013Mullins, A. [poster]. LOL if You Know What I Mean: Abbreviations' Effect on the Interpretation of Text Messages.
MWSU MRD 2013Ratliff, J. [poster]. Is LOL Okay to Say? How Abbreviations Affect a Message's Ambiguity and Politeness.
MWSU MRD 2013Jones, K. [poster]. LMAO! Do You Know What I Mean? The Role of Abbreviations in Communicating Emotions and Humor.
Great Plains 2013Mullins, A. [poster]. Please Smile if You Understand What I Mean. The Nonlinguistic Functions of Emoticons.
MWSU MRD 2012Mullins, A [poster]. Please Smile if You Understand What I Mean. The Nonlinguistic Functions of Emoticons.
MWSU MRD 2012Boan, E., Edwards, J., Ratliff, J., & Waller, A. [poster]. Know What I Mean? Perception of Emotional Content in Email, Notes, and Text Messages.
MWSU MRD 2011Griffin, J. [poster]. Bystander Identification Accuracy: Memory for Faces among Emotional Stimuli.
MWSU MRD 2011Morgan, R. [poster]. :) Only if You Mean it: Emoticon Perception in Sentences.
MWSU MRD 2011Griffin, J., Morgan, R., & Washington, D. [poster]. PLZ add LOL if U R JK: The importance of emotional cues in text messaging.
MWSU MRD 2010Alfred, L., Armilio, M., Frazier, A., Henton, M., Kempf, J., & Shinn, C. [poster]. Effects of emoticons on perceived emotionality and memory for words.
Great Plains 2010*Solomon, S. [poster]. Idk how to feel about this txt msg: Absence of emotion when processing acronyms.
MWSU MRD 2009Belcher, J., Keuhn, Y., Powell, A., Solomon, S., & Sterzinger, J. [poster]. Idk how to feel about this txt msg: Absence of emotion when processing acronyms. Paper

*Award-winning presentation