Shaun English

Shaun is a 4th year student currently pursuing his doctorate. He received his bachelor's from University of Missouri-St. Louis and his master's in clinical psychology here at Marquette. Shaun's research in the Memory and Aging Lab has touched upon a variety of areas, including false memory, eyewitness memory, gender differences in memory, aging, and memory interventions for older adults. Shaun lives with his wife and their beloved cat, Opie, in West Allis. He enjoys reading, playing guitar, camping, hiking, and playing softball or volleyball.

Presentations

Sanders, M.J., Nielson, K.A., English, S.M., & Meltzer, M. (2008, December). Of aged mice and aged men: Translational research on cognitive changes with aging. Poster presented at Forward Thinking Poster Session and Colloquy, Marquette University.

English, S.M., Schoenleber, M.L., Niles, T.M., Arentsen, T.J., & Nielson, K.A. (2008, May). Arousal induced after learning enhances veridical memory and reduces false memory in a post-event misinformation task. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science 20th Annual Convention, Chicago, IL.

Nielson, K.A., English, S.M., & Ali, A. (2008, May) Arousal-induced enhancement of incidental emotional memory differs by gender and masculinity. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science 20th Annual Convention, Chicago, IL.

Genereux, J.R., Niles, T.M., Matranga, R., English, S.M., & Nielson, K.A. (2008, May) Gum chewing after learning enhances memory consolidation. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science 20th Annual Convention, Chicago, IL.

Ali, A., English, S.M., & Nielson, K.A. (2008, April). Gender and sex role attitudes affect incidental memory for emotional words. Poster presented at the Wisconsin Psychological Association Annual Convention, Madison, WI. Awarded 2nd Place Prize.

English, S.M., Schoenleber, M.L., Niles, T.M., Arentsen, T.J., & Nielson, K.A. (2007, May). Memory modulation by arousal induced after an eyewitness-misinformation task. Poster presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association Conference, Chicago, IL.


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