Dr. Delaney is an associate professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He is involved in all lab projects; click the picture for a curriculum vita. In his free time, he enjoys hiking, photography, and reading.
Yoojin is a 2019 Ph.D whose research interests are at the intersection of cognitive and social psychology. She has been studying how memory affects our attitudes; the testing effect in recognition memory; and why we get gains and losses on repeated study trials in recognition memory.
Wyatt is an M.A./Ph.D student whose research interests concern memory updating. His recent work is aimed at forgetting without replacement, reminding, and directed forgetting effects.
Liz is a second-year terminal master's student interested in the intentional forgetting and context-change theories. She is currently investigating the circumstances under which people can forget earlier-learned information, and how they do that.
Lane is a first-year terminal master's student studying expertise and memory-for-when. He is writing papers on recollection and spacing in memory, and various topics in expert performance.