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Kara Moore

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Kara N. Moore

Assistant Professor of Psychology

2 East South Street

Galesburg, IL 61401-4999

309-341-7108

knmoore@​knox.edu

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Assistant Professor of Psychology

Kara MooreGeneral Interests


Years at Knox: 2017 to present

Education

Ph.D., Experimental Psychology, 2017, The University of Arkansas

M.A., Experimental Psychology, 2014, The University of Arkansas

B.A., Psychology, 2012, The University of Texas at Arlington

Teaching Interests

Selected Professional Accomplishments

Honors/Grants

Outstanding Student Presentation, American Psychology-Law Society (2016)

Doctoral Academy Fellowship, University of Arkansas (2012-2016)

University of Arkansas Graduate Travel Award (2013-2016)

Outstanding Senior in Psychology, UT Arlington (2012)

Undergraduate Research Assistantship, UT Arlington Honors College (2011)

Publications

The use of recollection rejection in the misinformation paradigm. Applied Cognitive Psychology. (with Lampinen, J. M.) In press.

Children's use of memory editing strategies to reject source misinformation. Child Development. (with Lampinen, J. M., Gallo, D. A, *Adams, E. J., & Bridges, A. J.) In press.

Applied experimental learning and memory theory. In: K. Sexton-Radek and M. Bar (Eds.). Psychological studies for a global perspective. Hyderabad: OMICS Publishing Group. (with Erickson, W.B., Lampinen, J.M., & Race, B.) In press.

The role of temporal and spatial information cues in locating missing persons. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 30, 514-525. doi: 10.1002/acp.3242. (with Lampinen, J. M., & Provenzano, A.) 2016.

Missing person alerts: Does repeated exposure decrease their effectiveness?. Journal of Experimental Criminology, 1-12. doi: 10.1007/s11292-016-9263-1. (with Lampinen, J.M.) 2016.

Presentations

Family abductions. Police Officer Training: Missing and Abducted Children: What Law Enforcement Should Know, Benton County Sheriff's Office, Bentonville, AR., 2014.

Police officer training: Eyewitness memory. Fort Smith Police Department. Fort Smith, AR., (with Erickson, W. B., & Race, B. R.), 2014, July.

Police officer training: Eyewitness memory. Fayetteville Police Department. Fayetteville, AR. (with Lampinen, J. M. & Erickson, W. B.) 2014, April.

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