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AMY H. CRISS
EDUCATION
2004 - 2007
Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition, Carnegie Mellon University (with James L. McClelland) Ph.D., Indiana University. Joint degree in Cognitive Psychology and Cognitive Science with a certificate in Mathematical Modeling (dissertation: The representation of single items and associations in episodic memory, advisor: Richard M. Shiffrin) B.A., Miami University. Psychology and Neuroscience (magna cum laude)
ACADEMIC POSITIONS

2008 -
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, SUNY Upstate Medical University Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Syracuse University

FUNDING
External
2012
Air Force Office of Sponsored Research. (AFOSR 12RSL077). Festschrift in honor of Richard M. Shiffrin, $7,655, Role: PI Air Force Office of Sponsored Research (AFOSR FA9550-10-1-0149). A Distributed Representation of Remembered Time, $128, 902 direct costs, Role: Site PI (PI: Marc Howard, Boston University) National Science Foundation (BCS-0951612). CAREER: Cued Recall: Theory and Data, $325,600 direct costs, Role: PI National Science Foundation Graduate Student Fellowship
Internal
2012
Hill Collaboration, Environmental Medicine: Diseases of the Nervous System. The effect of Naproxen on human memory, $9,940, Role: Co-PI (with Sandra Hewett) National Science Foundation (HRD-0202171), Central New York - Puerto Rico Alliance for Graduate Education and Professoriate (CNY-PR AGEP), summer research project, Role: Faculty Mentor National Institutes of Mental Health Training Grant, Combined Computational and Behavioral Approaches to the Study of Cognition, Role: Trainee National Institutes of Mental Health Training Grant, Variation in Mental Function and Dysfunction, Role: Trainee Indiana University College of Arts and Sciences Dissertation Year Research Fellowship
PUBLICATIONS

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* indicates undergraduate student, underline indicates graduate student)

In Progress
5.
Annis, J., Malmberg, K.J., Criss, A.H., & Shiffrin, R.M. (in preparation). Temporal and task context dependent recognition testing Criss, A.H., Klein, K.K., & Malmberg, K.J., (in preparation). Word frequency effects in associative recognition: The role of item and associative information Criss, A.H., Aue, W.R., & Kilic, A. (submitted). Age and response bias: Evidence from the strength based mirror effect. Criss, A.H., Wheeler, M.E., & McClelland, J.L. (under revision). A differentiation account of recognition memory: Evidence from fMRI. Howard, M. W., Shankar, K.,H., Aue, W.R., & Criss, A.H. (under revision). A quantitative model of internal time in memory.
Journal Articles
15.
Kilic, A., Criss, A.H., and Howard, M. W. (in press). A causal contiguity effect that persists across time scales. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition. Malmberg, K.J., Criss, A.H., *Gangwani, T. & Shiffrin, R.M. (2012). Overcoming the negative consequences of interference that results from recognition memory testing. Psychological Science, 23, 115-119 [lead article]. Wagenmakers, E., Krypotos, A., Criss, A.H., & Iverson, G. (2012). On the interpretation of uninterpretable interactions: A survey of the field 32 years after Loftus. Memory & Cognition, 40, 145-160 [lead article]. Aue, W.R., Criss, A.H., *Fischetti, N. (2012). Associative information in memory: Evidence from cued recall. Journal of Memory and Language, 66, 109-122. Criss, A.H., Malmberg, K.J., & Shiffrin, R.M. (2011). Output interference in recognition memory. Journal of Memory and Language, 64, 316-326. Criss, A.H., Aue, W.R., & *Smith, L. (2011). The effects of word frequency and context variability in cued recall. Journal of Memory and Language, 64, 119-132. Criss, A.H. (2010). Differentiation and response bias in episodic memory: Evidence from reaction time distributions. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 36, 484-499. Criss, A.H. (2009). The distribution of subjective memory strength: List strength and response bias. Cognitive Psychology, 59, 297-319. Criss, A.H. & Malmberg, K.J. (2008). Evidence in support of the elevated attention hypothesis of recognition memory. Journal of Memory & Language, 59, 331-345. Criss, A.H. (2006). The consequences of differentiation in episodic memory: Similarity and the strength based mirror effect. Journal of Memory & Language: Special Issue on Computational Models of Memory, 55, 461-478. Criss, A.H. and McClelland, J.L. (2006). Differentiating the differentiation models: A comparison of the retrieving effectively from memory model (REM) and the subjective likelihood model (SLiM). Journal of Memory & Language: Special Issue on Computational Models of Memory, 55, 447-460 [lead article]. Criss, A.H. and Shiffrin, R.M. (2005). List discrimination and representation in associative recognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 31, 1199-1212. Criss, A.H. and Shiffrin, R.M. (2004c). Pairs do not suffer interference from other types of pairs or single items in associative recognition. Memory & Cognition, 32, 1284-1297. Criss, A.H. and Shiffrin, R.M. (2004b). Interactions between study task, study time, and the low frequency hit rate advantage in recognition memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 30, 778-786. Criss, A.H. and Shiffrin, R.M. (2004a). Context noise and item noise jointly determine recognition memory: A comment on Dennis & Humphreys (2001). Psychological Review, 111, 800-807.
Other Publications

3.
Klein, K.A., Shiffrin, R.M., and Criss, A.H. (2007). Putting context in context. In J. S. Nairne (Ed.), The Foundations of Remembering: Essays in Honor of Henry L. Roediger II. New York: Psychology Press. Criss, A.H. (2005). The representation of single items and associations in episodic memory. (Doctoral dissertation, Indiana University, 2004). Dissertation Abstracts International-B, 65(12), 6882. Klein, K., Criss, A.H., and Shiffrin, R.M. (2004). Recency judgments and list context. Proceedings of the Twenty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (p. 1578). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
AWARDS AND HONORS
Student Research Achievement Award, Indiana University, Department of Cognitive Science
Outstanding Dissertation Award, Indiana University, Department of Cognitive Science Fellow, McDonnell Foundation Summer Institute in Cognitive Neuroscience, Dartmouth College
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Editor
2013
Journal of Mathematical Psychology, Special Issue in Honor of William K. Editorial Board Member
2011-
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition
Ad Hoc Journal Reviewer
Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology Conference Proceedings of the Cognitive Science Society Journal of Experimental Psychology: General Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology
Ad Hoc Grant Reviewer

2011
Alzheimer's Association International Research Grant Program National Science Foundation, Perception, Action and Cognition Program Behavioral and Cognitive Science division Conference Organizer
2012
Festschrift honoring Richard M. Shiffrin Board Member
2011 –
Society for Mathematical Psychology (elected)
UNIVERSITY AND DEPARTMENTAL SERVICE & LEADERSHIP
University
2012 -
Neuroscience Interdisciplinary Major, Steering Committee Women in Science and Engineering, Advisory Board Panelist, How to Begin a Successful Research Career at orientation for new faculty Panelist, When you get an offer what should you negotiate for? at The Impossible Dream? The quest for a tenure-track position conference hosted by the Syracuse University Graduate School, Panelist, Office of Sponsored Research presentation on NSF CAREER awards
Psychology Department

2011 -
Area Head, Cognition, Brain, & Behavior Area, Department of Psychology, Director, Research Participation Pool, Department of Psychology, Syracuse University Executive Committee, Department of Psychology, Syracuse University Psychology Research Initiative in Diversity Enhancement (PRIDE) Research Mentor Proseminar Organizer for Cognition, Brain, & Behavior Member, Graduate Training Program in Cognition, Brain, & Behavior Member, Student Evaluation Committee, Cognition, Brain, & Behavior Coordinator, Graduate Admissions, Cognition, Brain, & Behavior
INVITED TALKS
2012
University of University of Massachusetts, Amherst Festschrift in Honor of Richard M. Shiffrin Models of Episodic Memory Symposium, Society for Mathematical Psychology Meeting Practical Applications of Models for Response Time Symposium, Society for Mathematical Psychology Meeting CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

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* indicates undergraduate student, underline indicates graduate student)
53.
Criss, A.H. (2012). Differentiation in episodic memory. Talk given at the Festschrift in Honor of Richard M. Shiffrin, Bloomington, IN. Kilic A. & Criss, A.H. (2012, May). Output interference and strength based mirror effect in recognition memory. Poster presented at the Context and Episodic Memory Symposium, Bloomington, IN. Aue, W.R. and Criss A.H. (2012, May). Item strength and associative information: Examining the role of item repetition on subsequent cued recall. Poster presented at the Context and Episodic Memory Symposium. Bloomington, IN. Hemmer, P., Criss, A.H., Wyble, B. (2012, May). Assessing a neural basis for differentiation accounts of recognition memory. Poster presented at the Context and Episodic Memory Symposium, Bloomington, IN. *Fontaine, J.M., Aue, W.R. & Criss, A.H. (2012, March). Effects of word frequency and context variability on episodic memory in single item recognition and associative recognition. Poster presented at the Eastern Psychological Association Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA. Aue, W.R. & Criss, A.H. (2011, November). Items strength benefits associative encoding. Poster presented at the Psychonomic Society meeting. Seattle, WA. Hemmer, P., Criss, A.H., & Wyble, B. (2011, November). Assessing a neural basis for differentiation accounts of recognition memory. Poster presented at the Psychonomic Society meeting. Seattle, WA. Kilic, A., Criss, A.H., & Howard, M.W. (2011, November). A causal contiguity effect in probed recall. Poster session presented at the Psychonomic Society meeting, Seattle, WA. Criss, A.H., Malmberg, K., Shiffrin, R.M., & *Gangwani, T. (2011, July). Output interference in recognition memory. Talk given at the Society for Mathematical Psychology meeting, Boston, MA. Aue, W.R. & Criss, A.H. (2011, July). The role of cue strength in cued recall. Poster presented at the Society for Mathematical Psychology meeting, Boston, MA. Kilic, A., Criss, A.H., and Howard, M.W. (2011, July). Probed recall: Empirical evidence and theoretical implications. Poster presented at the Society for Mathematical Psychology meeting, Boston, MA. Kilic, A., Criss, A.H., and Howard, M.W. (2011, May). Probed recall: Empirical evidence and theoretical implications. Poster presented at the Context and Episodic Memory Symposium, Philadelphia, PA. Aue, W.R., Criss, A.H., & *Fischetti, N.W. (2011, May). Associative information in memory: Evidence from cued recall. Poster presented at the Context in Episodic Memory Symposium, Philadelphia, PA. Criss, A.H., Wheeler, M.E., & McClelland, J.L. (2011, May). A differentiation account of recognition memory: Evidence from fMRI. Poster presented at the Context in Episodic Memory Symposium, Philadelphia, PA. Criss, A.H., Wheeler, M.E., & McClelland, J.L. (2011, April). A differentiation account of recognition memory: Evidence from fMRI. Poster presented at the Society for Cognitive Neuroscience meeting, San Francisco, CA. Aue, W.R., Criss, A.H., & *Fischetti, N.W. (2010, November). Item repetition Within (but not across) pair type helps and harms cued recall. Poster presented at the Psychonomic Society meeting. St. Louis, MO. Criss, A.H., Malmberg, K.J., & Shiffrin, R.M. (2010, November). Test position effects: Implications for item noise and context noise models. Talk given at the Psychonomic Society meeting. St. Louis, MO. Criss, A.H., & Aue, W.R. (2010, August). Using cued recall to move beyond task specific models. Models of Episodic Memory Symposium (Organizer: Simon Dennis) at the Society for Mathematical Psychology meeting. Portland, OR. Criss, A.H. (2010, August). Using the diffusion model to discriminate between memory models. Practical Applications of Models for Response Time Symposium (Organizer: Joachim Vandekerckhove) at the Society for Mathematical Psychology meeting. Portland, OR. Criss, A.H. (2010, July). Item repetition and cued recall. Talk given at the Annual Summer Interdisciplinary Conference. Bend, OR. Criss, A.H., Aue, W.R., & *Smith, L. (2010, April). The effects of word frequency and context variability in cued recall. Talk given at the Context in Episodic Memory Symposium, Philadelphia, PA. Criss, A.H. (2009, November), Encoding strength: Differentiation or criterion shift? Talk given at the Psychonomic Society meeting, Boston, MA. Criss, A.H. (2009, August), Differentiation and response bias in episodic memory: evidence from reaction time distributions. Talk given at the Society for Mathematical Psychology meeting, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Criss, A.H. (2009, July), Differentiation and response bias in episodic memory: evidence from reaction time distributions. Talk given at the Annual Summer Interdisciplinary Conference, Sarre, Italy. Criss, A.H. (2009, January). An application of the diffusion model to the strength based mirror effect in recognition memory. Talk given at the Context in Episodic Memory Symposium, West Palm Beach, FL. Criss, A.H. & Malmberg, K.J. (2008, November). Evidence in favor of the early-phase elevated-attention hypothesis. Poster presented at the Psychonomic Society meeting, Chicago, IL. Criss, A.H. (2008, July), The strength assumption vs. differentiation: Evidence from direct ratings of memory strength. Talk given at the Society for Mathematical Psychology meeting, Washington DC. Criss, A.H. (2008, January). The strength based mirror effect: Tests of the differentiation account. Talk given at the Context in Episodic Memory Symposium. Tampa, FL. Criss, A.H. (2006, August). Differentiation, similarity, and the strength based mirror effect. Talk given at the Annual Summer Interdisciplinary Conference. Andslesnes, Norway. Criss, A.H. (2006, July). Differentiation, similarity, and the strength based mirror effect. Talk given at the Society for Mathematical Psychology meeting. Vancouver, B.C., Canada. Criss, A.H. (2006, January). An empirical test of differentiation in episodic memory. Talk given at the Annual Interdisciplinary Conference. Jackson Hole, WY. Criss, A.H. (2005, November). Orienting task, letter distinctiveness, and the word frequency effect in recognition memory. Poster presented at the Psychonomic Society Klein, K.A., Criss, A.H., & Shiffrin, R.M. (2005, August). Putting recency into context. Talk presented at the Annual Summer Interdisciplinary Conference, Briançon, France. Criss, A.H. & McClelland, J. (2005, July). A comparison of the subject likelihood model (SLiM) and the retrieving effectively from memory model (REM). Talk given at the Society for Mathematical Psychology meeting. Memphis, TN. Klein, K.A., Criss, A.H., & Shiffrin, R.M. (2005, March). Putting recency into context. Talk given at Hoosier Mental Life 2005, Oxford, Ohio. Criss, A.H. (2005, February). When context fails. Talk given at the Context in Episodic Memory Symposium. Philadelphia, PA. Klein, K., Criss, A.H., and Shiffrin, R.M. (2004, August). Judgments of recency and list context. Talk given at the Annual Summer Interdisciplinary Conference. Cavalese, Italy. Criss, A.H. (2004, August). Dissimilar representations: Modeling associations and items. Talk given at the Annual Summer Interdisciplinary Conference. Cavalese, Italy. Criss, A.H. & Shiffrin, R.M. (2003, August). A re-examination of the hit rate advantage for low frequency words in recognition memory. Talk given at the Annual Summer Interdisciplinary Conference. Squamish, B.C. Criss, A.H. & Shiffrin, R.M. (2003, July). The effect of study task on the low frequency hit rate advantage. Talk given at the Society for Mathematical Psychology meeting. Ogden, UT. Criss, A.H. & Shiffrin, R.M. (2003, January). Memory representations of single items and pairs. Talk given at the Annual Interdisciplinary Conference. Jackson Hole, WY. Criss, A.H. & Shiffrin, R.M. (2002, August). The representation of associative information. Talk given at the Annual Summer Interdisciplinary Conference. Squamish, B.C. Criss, A.H., *McCreary, P. & Shiffrin, R.M. (2002, March). Context effects in recognition memory - comparing novel vs. known items. Talk given at Hoosier Mental Life. Columbus, OH. Shiffrin, R.M., Cohen, A. & Criss, A.H. (2002, January). Relating recognition memory to categorization with Bayesian modeling. Talk given at the Annual Interdisciplinary Conference. Jackson Hole, WY. Criss, A.H. & Shiffrin, R.M. (2001, November). Interference in associative recognition. Poster presented at the Psychonomic Society meeting. Orlando, FL. Criss, A.H. & Shiffrin, R.M. (2001, July). Recognition of associative information. Talk given at the Society for Mathematical Psychology meeting. Providence, RI. Criss, A.H., Malmberg, K., Shiffrin, R.M., & Zeelenberg, R. (2001, March). When is context information stored? A test of the one-shot hypothesis. Talk given at Hoosier Mental Life. Bloomington, IN. *Dodge, L., Criss, A.H., McAuley, D. & Shiffrin, R.M. (2001, March). Familiarization effects on context discrimination for novel melodies. Talk given at Hoosier Mental Life. Criss, A.H. & Shiffrin, R.M. (2001, January). Why are you confused? Item and context noise in recognition memory. Talk given at the Annual Interdisciplinary Conference. Jackson Hole, WY. Criss, A.H. & Shiffrin, R.M. (2000, March). List-noise vs. context-noise models of recognition memory. Talk given at Hoosier Mental Life. South Bend, IN. Criss, A.H. & Shiffrin, R.M. (2000, January). Testing context-noise vs. global-familiarity models of memory. Talk given at the Annual Interdisciplinary Conference. Jackson Hole, WY. Asaka, Y., Seager, M.A., *Criss, A.H., *Harlan, K.M., and Berry, S.D. (1997, November). Scopolamine disruption of conditioned behavioral and hippocampal responses in appetitive trace classical conditioning. Poster presented at the Society for Neuroscience meeting. New Orleans, LA. Thomas, R.D. and *Criss, A.H. (1997, November). Handedness as a source of individual differences in category learning. Poster presented at the Psychonomic Society meeting. Philadelphia, PA. PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Faculty Affiliate, Syracuse University Gerontology Center Research Faculty, Center for Health and Behavior, Syracuse University
TEACHING

Undergraduate, Introduction to Research Methods
MEDIA COVERAGE
4/26/2012
Switch subject to increase memory accuracy, Counsel & Heal, Switching subject categories could improve test scores, Science Daily, Switching subject categories could improve test scores, NSF News From the Field, Switching subject categories could improve test scores, SU News SU psychologist receives grant to continue studies in episodic memory, Daily Orange, SU psychologist wins NSF CAREER award to study memory, SU News
ADVISING

Postdocs
2010-2012
Pernille Hemmer, begins faculty position at Rutgers University in August 2012
Graduate Advisees

2011 -
Asli Kilic, begins Postdoctoral position with Ilke Öztekin at Koc University in October 2012
PhD Committee

Jennifer Provyn (member), Researcher at Quintiles Brian Kurilla, SUNY Binghamton (external reader), Postdoc at University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Angela Kinnell, University of Adelaide (external reader), Research Fellow at Telethon Institute for Child Health Research Christopher Terry (member), Faculty at Elmira College Brandy Bessette-Symons (member), Faculty at Ithaca College Christina Wasylyshyn (reader), Researcher at Army Research Labs Qualifying Exam Committee
Master’s Committee

2011
Undergraduate Research Assistants
2012 -
Melissa Rothstein, Clinical Research Coordinator, Veterans Affair Medical Center in the Bronx Jacqueline Boyd (PRIDE), Masters in Counseling Psychology, Boston College Nicholas Fischetti, Masters in Nutrition, Syracuse University, 2012 Stephanie Cuevas (PRIDE), Masters in Social Work, Syracuse University, 2012 Jane Lee, Research Assistant, Centerstone Research Institute, Nashville, TN Karina Rubin, graduate student at University of California Irvine Joseph Stephens, Faculty, North Carolina A&T State University

Source: http://acriss.mysite.syr.edu/Criss_CV.pdf

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