Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings

2018
  • Simon-Dack, S., Kraus, B.*, Walter, Z.*, Cadle C.*, & Smith, S.* (2018, May). The role of alpha-band frequency activity during performance of a visual-motoric interhemispheric transfer task. Poster accepted for presentation at the Vision Sciences Society’s annual meeting, St. Pete Beach, FL.
  • Smith, S.*, Ritchey, K., Allen, A.**, Wittman, S.*, Halbert, T.**, Robinson, C.*, Morales, T.*, Jackson, C.*, Conner, C.*, Myers, A.*, Riels, K.**, Tatum, A.**, Robbins, M.**, & Simon-Dack, S. L. (2018, April). The role of attentional control during global text comprehension. Poster accepted for presentation at the Midwestern Psychological Association’s annual meeting, Chicago, IL.
  • Gundlach, J.* & Simon-Dack, S. (2018, April). "Why do I ruminate?": An investigation of working memory updating. Poster accepted for presentation at the Midwestern Psychological Association’s annual meeting, Chicago, IL.
  • Riels, K.**, Allen, A.**, Robbins, M.**, Gundlach, J.*, Smith, S.*, Tatum, A.**, & Simon-Dack, S. (2018, April). A reliability analysis of the shortened Ruminative Response Scale (RRS). Poster accepted for presentation at the Midwestern Psychological Association’s annual meeting, Chicago, IL.
  • Wittman, S.*, Smith, S.*, Ritchey, K., Robinson, C.*, Mullen, A.*, Jackson, C.*, & Simon-Dack, S. (2018, March). The interhemispheric relationship between chaos and rigidity in processing global and local textual information. Poster accepted for presentation at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society’s annual meeting, Boston, MA.
  • Smith, S.*, Allen, A.**, Ritchey, K., Wittman, S.*, Robinson, C.*, Morales, T.*, Jackson, C.*, Halbert, T.**, Conner, C.*, Myers, A.*, Riels, K.**, & Tatum, A.** (2018, March). The relationship between theta oscillations and the function of working memory processes during reading comprehension. Poster accepted for presentation at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society’s annual meeting, Boston, MA.
2016
  • Esche, A.* & Perrone-McGovern, K. (2016, August). Moral injury, moral reasoning, and neuroscience: Implications for counseling psychology. Poster presented at the American Psychological Association's annual convention, Denver, CO.
  • Davis, A., Simon-Dack, S., Fogle, K.*, & Lemann, E. (2016, April). QEEG beta and gamma activation associated with inhibition. Poster presented at the American Academy of Pediatric Neuropsychology's annual conference, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Fogle, K.* & Simon-Dack, S. (2016, April). Cognitive flexibility, interhemispheric transfer, and QEEG in female athletes.  Poster presented at the American Academy of Pediatric Neuropsychology's annual conference, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Cadle, C.*, Kraus, B.*, Walter, Z.*, Eagan, S.*, Moses, M.*, Kanazeh, T.**, & Simon-Dack, S. (2016, May). Residual neural activation patterns demonstrate processing asymmetries during a novel adaptation of the Poffenberger Paradigm. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science's annual convention, Chicago, IL.
  • Kraus, B.*, Cadle, C.*, Roviso, N.*, Ward, R.*, Walter, Z.*, Rohaly, T.**, Sheets, J.**, Price, D.**, & Simon-Dack, S. (2016, May). EEG alpha band power and creative task ideation. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science's annual convention, Chicago, IL.
  • Cromas, C.*, Roviso, N.*, Eagan, S.*, Dahab, R.*, Hernandez, K., & Simon-Dack, S. (2016, May). Subclinical measures of cognitive disinhibition are uncorrelated with temporal sensitivity. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science's annual convention, Chicago, IL. 
  • Roviso, N.*, Hurm, K.*, Dille, M.**, Cromas, C.*, Eagan, S.*, & Simon-Dack, S. (2016, May). Interhemispheric transfer in a non-institutionalized sample of individuals endorsing psychopathic personality traits. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science's annual convention, Chicago, IL. 
2015
  • Perrrone-McGovern, K., Simon-Dack, S., Esche, A.*, Thomas, C.*, Smith, K.*, Rider, K.*, & Spurling, A.* (2015, October). The influence of emotional intelligence and perfectionism on error-related negativity: An event related potential study.  Poster presented at the Society for Social Neuroscience's annual conference, Chicago, IL.
  • Simon-Dack, S. (2015, May). Neural and behavioral markers of inter- and intra-hemispheric communication. Poster presented at the Visual Sciences Society's annual meeting, St. Pete Beach, FL.
  • Thomas, C.*, Tagler, M., Furniss, B.**, Matsen, J.*, Spurling, A.*, & Simon-Dack, S. (2015, May). Neural evidence supporting the role of a defensive motivation in the congeniality bias: An event-related potential study. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science's annual convention, New York, NY.
  • Woodall, K.*, Holtgraves, T., Kraus, B.*, Linser, B.**, Austin, A.**, Robinson, C.**, Cromas, C.*, Roviso, N.*, & Simon-Dack, S. (2015, May). Right-hemispheric excitation in individuals endorsing unusual perceptual experiences. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science's annual conference, New York, NY.
  • Hernandez, K.*, Thomas, C.*, Woodall, K.*, Spurling, A.*, Matsen, J.*, & Simon-Dack, S. (2015, March). Hammering down the perfect amount of inhibition for time perception accuracy. Poster presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society's annual conference, San Francisco, CA.
​2014
  • Hernandez, K.*, Woodall, K.*, Thomas, C.*, & Simon-Dack, S. (2014, May). Temporal processing and interhemispheric transfer time. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science's annual convention, San Francisco, CA.
  • Simon-Dack, S., Hernandez, K.*, Woodall, K.*, Thomas, C.*, Andrick, G.**, Bailey, Z.**, Daly, H.**, Helminger, H.**, Shirley, K.**, Stettler, B.**, & Holtgraves, T. (2014, April). Right-hemispheric processes, interhemispheric transfer, and pseudoneglect: A quantitative EEG study. Poster presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society's annual conference, Boston, MA. 
2013
  • Simon-Dack, S., Marsh, L.*, Fogle, K.*, & Hernandez, K.* (2013, May). Resting EEG correlates of differential interhemispheric transfer.  Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science's annual convention, Washington DC.

Student authors are typed in BOLD: graduate students are indicated with a *, while undergraduate students are indicated with a **

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