Ryan Hackländer

PhD Ryan Hackländer

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Fields of work:

Biographical Sketch

Since 10/14           Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter in the Department of Allgemeine Psychologie at the

                                University of Hildesheim

 

08/10 - 12/13        Doctoral student in the Department of Cognitive and Brain Sciences at the

                                University of Louisville

 

08/08 - 08/10        Master's student in the Department of Cognitive and Brain Sciences at the

                                University of Louisville

 

08/04 - 05/08        Bachelor's student at Kentucky Wesleyan College

Research Interests

Memory and attention

Evolutionary constraints on cognition

Olfaction and cognition

Publications and Presentations

Journal Articles

Hackländer, R. P., Janssen, S. M., & Bermeitinger, C. (2018). An in-depth review of the methods, findings, and theories associated with odor-evoked autobiographical memory. Psychonomic bulletin & review, 1-29. doi.org/10.3758/s13423-018-1545-3

Bermeitinger, C., & Hackländer, R. P. (2018). Response priming with motion primes: negative compatibility or congruency effects, even in free choice trials. Cognitive Processing. doi.org/10.1007/s10339-018-0858-5

Hackländer, R. P. M., & Bermeitinger, C. (2017). Olfactory context-dependent memory and the effects of affective congruency. Chemical Senses, 42, 777-788.

Edlin, J.M., Leppanen, M.L., Fain, R.J., Hackländer, R.P., Hanaver-Torrez, S.D., & Lyle, K.B. (2015). One the use (and misuse?) of the Edinburgh Handedness Inventory. Brain and Cognition, 94, 44-51.

Lyle, K.B., Hanaver-Torrez, S.D., Hackländer, R.P., & Edlin, J.M. (2012). Consistency of handedness, regardless of direction, predicts baseline memory accuracy and potential for memory enhancement.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 38, 187-193.

Derryberry, W.P., Mulvaney, R., Brooks, J. & Chandler, C. (2009). Addressing the relationships among moral judgment development, authenticity, nonprejudice, and volunteerism. Ethics and Behavior, 19, 201-217.

 

Book Chapters

Hackländer, R., Eckert, D., & Bermeitinger, C. (2016). Visual processing: The role of importance. In T. Heinen (Ed.), Advances in visual perception research. New York: Nova Publishing.

 

Posters and Talks

Hackländer, R.P. & Lyle, K.B. (2014).  Explicit location memory for threatening and nonthreatening stimuli. Talk presented at the fourteenth annual meeting of the Menschliches Verhalten in Evolutionärer Perspektive Liste. Wuppertal, Germany.  

Lyle, K.B., & Hackländer, R.P.  (2013).  Seeing the truth: Saccade execution increases correct “true” responses on T/F history tests.  Poster presented at the fifty-fourth annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society.  Toronto, Canada.  

Hackländer, R.P., & Lyle, K.B.  (2012).  Where was that snake in the grass?  Detecting versus remembering threatening stimuli.  Poster presented at the twenty-fourth annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science.  Chicago, IL.  

Hackländer, R.P., & Lyle, K.B. (2010).  Do all bilateral motor movements enhance memory retrieval?: A test of the interhemispheric interaction hypothesis.  Poster presented at the eighty-second annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association.  Chicago, IL.  

Derryberry, W.P., Barger, B., Brooks, J., & Mulvaney, R. (2007). The effect of affect: Exploring the relevance of sadness and anger to macromoral reasoning and judgment. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Chicago, Illinois.  

Derryberry, W.P., Mulvaney R., Brooks, J., & Chandler, C. (2007). Addressing the relationships among authenticity, nonprejudice, moral judgment and volunteerism. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Chicago, Illinois.

 

Classes

WiSe 2014-15     WiPra - The Psychology of Olfaction

WiSe 2014-15     General Psychology: An Evolutionary Perspective

SoSe 2015          Methoden der Datenerhebung

SoSe 2015          Motivation and Emotion: Moral Emotions

WiSe 2015-16     Projektband: Podcasts as Supplemental Learning Material