Current Work:

Visual field studies on implicit memory

 

Behavioural research using visual field methodology with words / non-words and possible / impossible objects. A string of experiments using GO/NO-GO and Yes/No procedure, and central or lateralized prime stimuli. Both automatic processing and memory is being tested with various inter stimulus intervals.

 

 

Publications:

Korsnes M. S. (2000) Are there hemispheric priming differences between structural objects and words? Journal of Neurolinguistics, vol. 13, number 4 (327- 328).

 

Korsnes M. S., Magnussen S. & Reinvang I. (1995). Serial Position Effects in Visual short-term Memory for Words and Abstract Spatial patterns.Scandinavian Journal of Psychology.

 

Korsnes M. S. (1995). Retention intervals and serial list memory. Perceptual and motor skills, 80. 723-731.

 

Korsnes M. S. & Magnussen S. (1995). Age Comparisons of Serial Position effects in short-term memory. (Acta Psychologica).

 

Korsnes M. S & Reinvang I. (1995). Event Related Potentials and Serial List Picture memory in Parkinson's Patients. (Behavioral Neurology).

 

Magnussen S., Dyrnes S., Korsnes M. S & Nordby K. (1995). Dialing Domestic: Practical short-term memory for graphically chunked eight-digit numbers. (Telenor technical scientific report).

 

Korsnes M. S. & Gilinsky A. S. (1993). Aging and Serial List Picture Memory. Perceptual and Motor skills, 76. 1011-1014.

 

 

 

Links:

http://www-psych.stanford.edu/~gablab/internal/index.shtml

 

 

 

Mail to:

maria.korsnes@psykologi.uio.no