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Heather J Rice, Graduate Student

Heather J Rice
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Office Location:  214 Soc-Psych
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Typical Courses Taught:

  • Psy 11, General psychology
  • Psy 92, Cognitive psychology
Research Interests: Rubin

My primary research interest is in human memory. More specifically, I am interested in how the process of reconstructing a past event affects the content and accuracy of the memory, as well as one's phenomenological experience during retrieval. I study these issues by examining the use of visual perspective during autobiographical memory retrieval. In addition, I am interested in the areas of visual imagery and spatial representation in relation to memory.

Representative Publications   (More Publications)   (search)

  1. Rice HJ, Rubin DC (2005). The Spatial Distribution of Visual Perspective: What Does 'Observer Perspective' Really Mean?. Poster presented at American Psychological Society, Los Angeles, CA.
  2. Rice HJ, Talarico JM, Rubin DC (2005). Images of the past: An examination of visual perspective use during autobiographical memory retrieval. Poster presented at North Carolina Cognition Group, Winston-Salem, NC.
  3. Greenberg DL, Rice HJ, Cooper JJ, Cabeza R, Rubin DC, LaBar KS (2005). Coactivation of the medial temporal lobe and inferior frontal gyrus during autobiographical memory retrieval. Neuropsychologia, 43, 659-674.
  4. Dobbins IG, Rice HJ, Schacter DL, and Wagner AD (2003). Memory orientation and success: separable neurocognitive components underlying episodic recognition. Neuropsychologia, 41, 318-333.
  5. Cabeza R, Dolcos F, Prince SE, Rice HJ, Nyberg L (2003). Attention-related activity during episodic memory retrieval: a cross-function fMRI study. Neuropsychologia, 41, 390-399.
  6. Dolcos F, Rice HJ, Cabeza R (2002). Hemispheric asymmetry and aging: right hemisphere decline or asymmetry reduction. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 26, 819-825.

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