Associate Professor of Psychology
Ph.D., University of Oregon
Office Phone: 610-436-3207
Office Room #: Peoples 43
Preferred means of contact: Email
Preferred period of contact before scheduling meeting: When scheduling an advisee meeting, please contact a week in advance. If you wish to simply talk during office hours, please email the day before.
Spring 2014 Office Hours:
Monday and Wednesday 11-1
Courses typically taught:
- Introduction to Psychology
- Cognitive Psychology
- Cognitive Psychology Laboratory
Brief description of research interests:
My research is in the general area of human memory. I am especially interested in how we keep information in working/short term memory even when there are distractions. I am also interested in how working memory interacts with other cognitive processes like attention and language processing.
Hulbert, J., Shivde, G. & Anderson, M.C. (2012). Evidence Against Associative Blocking as a Cause of Cue-Independent Retrieval-Induced Forgetting. Experimental Psychology, 59(1), 11-21.
Shivde, G. & Anderson, M.C. (2011). On the existence of semantic working memory: Evidence for direct semantic maintenance. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition, 37(6), 1342-1369.
Condon, L Shivde, G., Kapp, B. & Kumar, V.K.. (2011). Can facilitation imagery alter the effects of semantic priming? Current Psychology, 30(1), 34-52.
Teaching Philosophy: My main goal is to get students excited about the science of psychology. Students may come into the major with a narrow view of the field, and I hope to show the amazing breadth of possibilities in studying psychology.