Lynn Hasher

Dr. Lynn Hasher

Professor of Psychology and Marketing University of Toronto

Senior Scientist Rotman Research Institute, Baycrest Centre

Research Focus

The work in my laboratory continues to focus on inhibitory control over the contents of working memory - or over momentary consciousness. Most recently we have shown that classic measures of working memory do not measure how much information can be held onto. Rather they measure the amount of task-relevant information that is held. People with small working memory spans tend to continue to deal with no longer relevant information while people with large working memory spans focus only on the currently relevant information. Older adults' spans tend to be reduced in size, relative to that of younger adults' spans, but that reduction is because older adults continue to consider no longer relevant information, while younger adults do not. The theory that guides this work is published in a chapter in the Attention and Performance volume (2000).

Other work focuses on the degree to which performance, particularly that of older adults' is impacted by the time at which they are tested. We continue to show that on many tasks (e.g., including span tasks, attention tasks, memory tasks and some neuropsychological tests), the performance of older adults is far better at their optimal time (usually the morning) than it is at their nonoptimal time (later in the day). We attribute this to the operation of circadian arousal patterns that impact on inhibitory control, but not on excitatory control.

Publications

Title Source (Journal/Book/Conference) Authors/Presenters Published On Type
Development and evaluation of a self-administered on-line test of memory and attention for middle-aged and older adults Frontiers in aging neuroscience Troyer AK, Rowe G, Murphy KJ, Levine B, Leach L, Hasher L 1417410000 Journal Article
Aging, culture and memory for socially meaningful item-context associations: An East-West cross-cultural comparison study PLoS ONE Yang L, Li J, Spaniol J, Hasher L, Wilkinson DJ, Yu J, Niu Y 1365652800 Journal Article
Distraction Can Reduce Age-related Forgetting Psychological Science Biss RK, Ngo J, Hasher L, Campbell K, Rowe G 1364788800 Journal Article
Distraction Can Reduce Age-related Forgetting, Psychological Science Biss RK, Ngo J, Hasher L, Campbell K, Rowe G 1362632400 Presentation
Visual dominance and multisensory integration changes with age NeuroImage Diaconescu AO, Hasher L, McIntosh AR 1357362000 Journal Article
Positive Clinical Neuroscience – Explorations in Positive Neurology. The Neuroscientist Kapur N, Cole J, Manly T, Viskontas I, Ninteman A, Hasher L, Pascual-Leone A 1357189200 Journal Article
Happily distracted: Mood and a benefit of attention dysregulation in older adults Frontiers in Psychology Biss RK, Weeks JC, Hasher L 1350360000 Journal Article
Abnormal network connectivity in frontotemporal dementia: Evidence for prefrontal isolation Cortex Farb NA, Grady CL, Strother S, Tang-Wai DF, Masellis M, Black S, Freedman M, Pollock BG, Campbell KL, Hasher L, Chow TW 1348459200 Journal Article
Age differences in visual statistical learning Psychology and Aging Campbell KL, Zimerman S, Healey MK, Lee MM, Hasher L 1346472000 Journal Article
Interference from previous distraction disrupts older adults’ memory Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences Biss RK, Campbell KL, Hasher L 1346126400 Journal Article
Circadian rhythms in executive function during the transition to adolescence: The effect of synchrony between chronotype and time of day Developmental Science Hahn C, Cowell JM, Wiprzycka UJ, Goldstein D, Ralph M, Hasher L, Zelazo PD 1335844800 Journal Article
). Sleep problems, chronotype, and diurnal preferences in children and adults with Spina Bifida Journal of Biological Rhythms Edelstein K, Cirino PT, Hasher L, Fletcher JM, Dennis M 1328072400 Journal Article
Age differences in the frontoparietal cognitive control network: implications for distractibility. Neuropsychologia Campbell KL, Grady CL, Ng C, Hasher L 1325394000 Journal Article
A double dissociation of implicit and explicit memory in younger and older adults. Psychological Science Gopie N, Craik FI, Hasher L 1293858000 Journal Article
Age differences in the automatic accessibility of emotional words from semantic memory. Cognition and Emotion Yang L, Hasher L 1293858000 Journal Article
Interference, aging, and visuospatial working memory: the role of similarity. Neuropsychology Rowe G, Hasher L, Turcotte J 1288584000 Journal Article
Direct evidence for the role of inhibition in resolving interference in memory. Psychological Science Healey MK, Campbell KL, Hasher L, Ossher L 1285905600 Journal Article
Age differences in the recruitment of widespread neural networks: Implications for distractibility FRONTIERS OF NEUROSCIENCE Campbell KL, Grady CL, Hasher L 1277784000 Abstract
Neural correlates of multisensory facilitation and competition HUMAN BRAIN MAPPING Diaconescu A, Bardouille T, Alain C, Hasher L, McIntosh AR 1275796800 Abstract
Everyday memory compensation: The impact of cognitive reserve, subjective memory, and stress Psychology and Aging Garrett DD, Grady CL, Hasher L 1267419600 Journal Article
Positive mood is associated with the implicit use of distraction Motivation and Emotion Biss R, Hasher L, Thomas R 1265432400 Journal Article
Hyper-binding: a unique age effect. Psychological science : a journal of the American Psychological Society / APS Campbell KL, Hasher L, Thomas RC 1262322000 Journal Article
The effects of multisensory targets on saccadic trajectory deviations: eliminating age differences. Experimental brain research. Experimentelle Hirnforschung. Expérimentation cérébrale Campbell KL, Al-Aidroos N, Fatt R, Pratt J, Hasher L 1262322000 Journal Article
Destination memory impairment in older people. Psychology and Aging Gopie N, Craik FI, Hasher L 1262322000 Journal Article
Age-related differences in transfer costs: evidence from go/nogo tasks. Psychology and Aging Vallesi A, Hasher L, Stuss DT 1262322000 Journal Article
Do older adults remember irrelevant information differently from younger adults? Experimental Psychology Society Joint With The Canadian Society For Brain, Behaviour And Cognitive Science (CSBBCS) York Meeting Gopie N, Hasher L, Craik FIM, MacLeod CM, Fernandes MA 1247025600 Abstract
Optimal time-of-day and consolidation of learning in younger and older adults Experimental Aging Research Hogan MJ, Kelly CAM, Verrier D, Newell J, Hasher L, Robertson IH 1244865600 Journal Article
Cognition and Aging Canadian Perspectives Lecture Series Hasher L 1238558400 Presentation
Circadian Rhythms, Aging and Cognition Canadian Sleep Society Meeting Hasher L 1238558400 Presentation
Costs and Benefits of Distraction Regulation Institute for Life Course and Aging Hasher L 1238212800 Presentation
Distraction Regulation and Cognition 19th Annual Rotman Research Institute Conference - Cognitive Aging Hasher L 1236657600 Presentation
Repelling the young and attracting the old: examining age-related differences in saccade trajectory deviations Psychology and Aging Campbell KL, Al-Aidroos N, Pratt J, Hasher L 1235883600 Journal Article
Working Memory and Aging Rotman Research Institute Rounds Hasher L 1235797200 Presentation
Attention, regulation and memory Rotman Rounds Hasher L 1234155600 Presentation
Limitations to the deficit attenuation hypothesis: Aging and decision making Journal of Consumer Psychology Healey MK, Hasher L 1230786000 Journal Article
Age and synchrony effects in visuospatial working memory. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (Colchester) Rowe G, Hasher L, Turcotte J 1230786000 Journal Article
Associations between psychological distress, learning, and memory in spouse caregivers of older adults. The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences Mackenzie CS, Wiprzycka UJ, Hasher L, Goldstein D 1230786000 Journal Article
A neural mechanism underlying memory failure in older adults Journal of Neuroscience Stevens WD, Hasher L, Chiew KS, Grady CL 1227675600 Journal Article
Distraction Regulation and Cognition Yale University Hasher L 1227330000 Presentation
Distraction Regulation and Cognition Columbia University Hasher L 1227243600 Presentation
Age-related differences in cognition: The role of distraction control Neuropsychology Darowski ES, Helder E, Zacks RT, Hasher L, Hambrick DZ 1225512000 Journal Article
Distraction Regulation and Cognition Kent State University Hasher L 1225512000 Presentation
Distraction Regulation and Aging Xème Colloque International sur le Vieillissement Cognitif Hasher L 1220587200 Presentation
Executive Regulation Processes and Aging TENNET XVII Hasher L 1214193600 Presentation
Implicit proactive interference, age, and automatic versus controlled retrieval strategies Psychological Science Ikier S, Yang L, Hasher L 1209614400 Journal Article
Cognitive aging and increased distractibility: Costs and potential benefits Progress in Brain Research Healey MK, Campbell KL, Hasher L 1208232000 Journal Article
Aging, circadian arousal patterns and cognition Cognitive Aging: A Primer, 2nd Edition Yoon C, May CP, Goldstein D, Hasher L 1206590400 Book Chapter
Seeing the glass half full: Optimistic expressive writing improves mental health among chronically stressed caregivers British Journal of Health Psychology Mackenzie CS, Wipryzcka UJ, Hasher L, Goldstein D 1206507600 Journal Article
Distraction Regulation and Cognition University of Toronto Hasher L 1204693200 Presentation
Age differences in visuospatial working memory Psychology and Aging Rowe G, Hasher L, Turcotte J 1204347600 Journal Article
Age differences in choice satisfaction: A positivity effect in decision making Psychology and Aging Kim S, Healey MK, Goldstein D, Hasher L, Wiprzycka UJ 1204347600 Journal Article
Distraction Regulation, Memory and Aging Aging and Speech Communication Research Conference Hasher L 1199077200 Presentation
Do you see what I see? The impact of age differences in time perspective on visual attention Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences Thomas RC, Kim S, Goldstein D, Hasher L, Wong K, Ghai A 1188619200 Journal Article
Do you see what I see? The impact of age differences in time perspective on visual attention Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences Thomas RC, Kim S, Goldstein D, Hasher L, Wong K, Ghai1 A 1188619200 Journal Article
Morning people are stable people: Circadian rhythm and the higher-order factors of the Big Five Personality and Individual Differences DeYoung CG, Hasher L, Djikic M, Criger B, Peterson JB 1183262400 Journal Article
The enhanced effects of pictorial distraction in older adults Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences Yang L, Hasher L 1183262400 Journal Article
Impaired attention among palliative caregivers Festival of international conferences on caregiving, disability, aging and technology Mackenzie C, Smith MC, Hasher L, Leach L, Behl P 1181966400 Abstract
Does expressive writing reduce stress and improve health for family caregivers of older adults? Gerontologist Mackenzie CS, Wiprzycka UJ, Hasher L, Goldstein D 1180670400 Journal Article
Cognitive functioning under stress: Evidence from informal caregivers of palliative patients Journal of Palliative Medicine Mackenzie CS, Smith MC, Hasher L, Leach L, Behl P 1180670400 Journal Article
Age-related changes in selective attention enhances memory for the irrelevant Cognitive Neuroscience Society Cheng F, Schmitz TW, Hasher L, De Rosa E 1178337600 Presentation
The effect of age on memory for emotional faces Neuropsychology Grady CL,Keightley ML, Hongwanishkul D, Lee WSC, Hasher L 1177992000 Journal Article
Aging and a benefit of distractibility Psychonomic Bulletin & Review Kim S, Hasher L, Zacks RT 1174968000 Journal Article
Synchrony effects in automatic and controlled retrieval Psychonomic Bulletin & Review Yang L, Hasher L, Wilson DE 1174968000 Journal Article
Inhibition: Attentional regulation of cognition Science of Memory: Concepts Hasher L 1174968000 Book Chapter
Time of day, intellectual performance, and behavioral problems in Morning versus Evening type adolescents: Is there a synchrony effect? Personality and Individual Differences Goldstein D, Hahn CS, Hasher L, Wiprzycka UJ, Zelazo PD 1170306000 Journal Article
Assessment of age-related changes in inhibition and binding using eye movement monitoring Psychology and Aging Ryan JD, Leung G, Turk-Browne NB, Hasher L 1167627600 Journal Article
Inhibitory mechanisms and the control of attention Variation in Working Memory Hasher L, Lustig C, Zacks RT 1167627600 Book Chapter
Inhibitory deficit theory: Recent developments in a "new view" The Place of Inhibition in Cognition Lustig C, Hasher L, Zacks RT 1167627600 Book Chapter
Distraction Regulation, Memory and Aging The Essence of Memory Conference Hasher L 1167627600 Presentation
Distraction Regulation and Aging 17th Annual Rotman Research Institute Conference: Advances in Memory Research Hasher L 1167627600 Presentation
Aging, Cognition and Circadian Rhythms Douglas Hospital, McGill University Hasher L 1167627600 Presentation
The effect of age, time of testing and interference on visuospatial working memory 17th Annual Rotman Research Institute Conference: Advances in Memory Research Rowe G, Hasher L 1167627600 Presentation
Accentuate the positive or eliminate the negative: Cognitive control and the positivity effect in aging 17th Annual Rotman Research Institute Conference: Advances in Memory Research Thomas RC, Dupuis K, Hasher L 1167627600 Presentation
The contribution of emotional state to age differences in ignoring distraction Association for Psychological Science Thomas RC, Senesac E, Rowe G, Hasher L 1167627600 Presentation
The influence of emotional valence on age differences in early processing and memory Psychology and Aging Thomas RC, Hasher L 1164949200 Journal Article
Attentional disregulation: A benefit for implicit memory Psychology and Aging Rowe G, Valderrama S, Hasher L, Lenartowicz A 1164949200 Journal Article
Attention regulation, aging and time of day BRAIN AND COGNITION Hasher L 1159675200 Abstract
Distraction as a determinant of processing speed Psychonomic Bulletin & Review Lustig C, Hasher L, Tonev ST 1154404800 Abstract
Age Differences in Implicit Interference Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences Ikier S, Hasher L 1136091600 Journal Article
Aging and long-term memory: Deficits are not inevitable Lifespan Cognition: Mechanisms of Change Zacks RT, Hasher L 1136091600 Book Chapter
Assessment of age-related changes in inhibition and relational memory binding using eye movement monitoring Cognitive Neuroscience Society Leung G, Nguyen A, Villate C, Moses SN, Turk-Browne NB, Hasher L, Ryan JD 1136091600 Presentation
Aging, Cognition and Circadian Rhythms Wayne State University Hasher L 1136091600 Presentation
It's about time: Cognition across the day Temple University Hasher L 1136091600 Presentation
It's about Time: Cognition across the day Chancellor's Lecture, Louisiana State University Hasher L 1136091600 Presentation
It's about Time: Attention, Memory and Aging Annual Meeting of Community Partners of Louisiana State University's Life Course and Aging Center Hasher L 1136091600 Presentation
It's about Time: Cognition across the day Trent University Hasher L 1136091600 Presentation
It's about time: Cognition across the day Beckman Institute, University of Illinois Hasher L 1136091600 Presentation
Age differences in decision satisfaction Cognitive Aging Conference Kim S, Goldstein D, Hasher L, Wiprzycka UJ, Tomas S, Healey MK 1136091600 Presentation
Implicit interference, age, and automatic versus controlled retrieval strategies Cognitive Aging Conference Ikier S, Yang L, Hasher L 1136091600 Presentation
The cost and benefit of enhanced vulnerability to distraction in older adults Cognitive Aging Conference Yang L, Hasher L 1136091600 Presentation
Age differences in the heuristic use of mood in estimating the frequency of emotional events Cognitive Aging Conference Thomas RC, Packer D, Hasher L 1136091600 Presentation
Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: Eliminating Age Differences on a Working Memory Task Cognitive Aging Conference Rowe G, Hasher L, Turcotte J 1136091600 Presentation
It's all about time and aging Annual Meeting of the Association for Psychological Science Hasher L 1136091600 Presentation
Age difference in decision satisfaction Southern Ontario Behavioural Decision Research Conference Kim S, Goldstein D, Hasher L, Wiprzycka UJ, Tomas S, Healey MK 1136091600 Presentation
Emotional valence and memory 4th International Congress on Memory Hasher L, Thomas R 1136091600 Presentation
You can learn a lot from distraction - If you are old International Conference on Memory Hasher L 1136091600 Presentation
Distinction bias among older adults: does the relationship between joint and separate evaluation change with age? Society for Judgement and Decision Making Healey MK, Kim S, Hasher L, Goldstein D 1136091600 Presentation
Neural correlates of time-of-day effects on implicit memory JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE Grady C, Turcotte J, Kim S, Hasher L 1113019200 Abstract
Inhibition and the Regulation of Attention and Memory 15th Annual Conference of the Rotman Research Institute: The Centre of Attention: Theoretical Advances and Implications for Rehabilitation Hasher L 1111381200 Presentation
Implicit memory, age, and time of day: Paradoxical priming effects Psychological Science May CP, Hasher L, Foong N 1107234000 Journal Article
Age and inhibition: The retrieval of situation models Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences Radvansky GA, Zacks RT, Hasher L 1104555600 Journal Article
How feelings of stereotype threat influence older adults' memory performance Experimental Aging Research Chasteen AL, Bhattacharyya S, Horhota M, Tam R, Hasher L 1104555600 Journal Article
Framing effects in younger and older adults Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences Kim S, Goldstein D, Hasher L, Zacks RT 1104555600 Journal Article
The attraction effect in decision making: Superior performance by older adults Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Kim S, Hasher L 1104555600 Journal Article
It's about time: Circadian rhythms, memory and aging Human Learning and Memory: Advances in Theory and Application Hasher L, Goldstein E, May C 1104555600 Book Chapter
Inhibition and Working Memory Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition Hasher L 1104555600 Presentation
Rhythms, aging and cognition Sleep Research Rounds Hasher L 1104555600 Presentation
Time, Attention and Aging (keynote address) North Carolina Cognition Consortium Hasher L 1104555600 Presentation
Inhibition and the Regulation of Attention American Psychological Association Inhibitory Mechanisms Conference Hasher L 1104555600 Presentation
Circadian Rhythms and Cognition (keynote speaker) Annual Meeting of the North Carolina Cognitive Consortium Hasher L 1104555600 Presentation
Time, Attention and Aging American Psychological Society Hasher L 1104555600 Presentation
The framing effect in younger and older adults: Now you see it now you don't Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition Kim S, Goldstein D, Hasher L 1104555600 Presentation
Circadian effects matter for school performance in adolescents and young adults Biannual Meeting of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition Hasher L, Goldstein D, May CP 1104555600 Presentation
The influence of emotional valence on age differences in early processing and memory Midwestern Psychological Association Thomas RC, Hasher L 1104555600 Presentation
Age and interference in visuospatial working memory Midwestern Psychological Association Rowe G, Hasher L, Turcotte J 1104555600 Presentation
Time of day and the ability to ignore distraction Midwestern Psychological Association Rowe G, Valderrama S, Hasher L, Lenartowicz A 1104555600 Presentation
The influence of emotional valence on age differences in early processing and memory Canadian Psychological Association Thomas RC, Hasher L 1104555600 Presentation
Age differences in implicit interference 1st International Gerontology Symposium Ikier S, Hasher L, Yang L 1104555600 Presentation
Time of Day, Circadian Rhythm, and Executive Function in Early Adolescence VIII Latin American Symposium of Chronobiology Hahn CS, Zelazo PD, Wiprzycka UJ, Hasher L, Ralph M 1104555600 Presentation
Time of Day, Academic Performance, and Behavioral Problems in Young Adolescents: Is there a Synchrony Effect? VIII Latin American Symposium of Chronobiology Hahn CS, Goldstein D, Hasher L, Wiprzycka UJ, Zelazo PD, Ralph M 1104555600 Presentation
Ear Temperature as a Function of Time of Day, Cognitive Demand and Chronotype VIII Latin American Symposium of Chronobiology LASC Hahn CS, Qu L, Wiprzycka UJ, Hasher L, Anderson A, Zelazo PD, Ralph M 1104555600 Presentation
The relationship between inhibition and working memory: A Latent variable approach Psychonomic Society Hambrick DZ, Helder E, Hasher L, Zacks RT 1104555600 Presentation
Differential effects of time of day on Explicit and Implicit memory Psychonomic Society Rowe G, Valderrama S, Hasher L 1104555600 Presentation
A benefit of heightened susceptibility to distraction : An aging study Psychonomic Society Kim S, Hasher L, Lockhart R 1104555600 Presentation
Age differences in decision satisfaction Society for Judgment and Decision Making Kim S, Goldstein D, Hasher L, Wiprzycka UJ, Tomas S 1104555600 Presentation
Differential Effects of Time of Day on Implicit and Explicit Memory Psychonomic Society Rowe G, Valderrama S, Hasher L, Lenartowicz A 1104555600 Presentation
Age and time-of-day effects on learning and memory in a non-matching-to-sample test Neurobiology of Aging Winocur G, Hasher L 1094011200 Journal Article
Circadian rhythms of automatic versus controlled retrieval in healthy elderly International Journal Of Psychology Yang LX, Hasher L 1091937600 Abstract
Working memory, inhibitory control, and reading disability Readings in Cognitive Psychology: Applications, Connections, and Individual Differences Chiappe P, Hasher L, Siegel LS 1072933200 Book Chapter
Older adults are more vulnerable to interference in implicit memory Cognitive Aging Conference Ikier S, Hasher L 1072933200 Presentation
The framing effect in younger and older adults Cognitive Aging Conference Kim S, Goldstein D, Hasher L 1072933200 Presentation
Circadian rhythms of automatic versus controlled retrieval in the healthy elderly 28th International Congress of Psychology Yang L, Hasher L 1072933200 Presentation
Age differences in visuospatial working memory Cognitive Aging Conference Rowe G, Turcotte J, Hasher L 1072933200 Presentation
Age, proactive interference and working memory span Cognitive Aging Conference Rowe G, Turcotte J, Hasher L 1072933200 Presentation
The effect of age and gender on visuospatial working memory Cognitive Aging Conference Rowe G, Turcotte J, Hasher L 1072933200 Presentation
Inhibitory attentional control in patients with frontal lobe damage Brain and Cognition Dimitrov M, Nakic M, Elpern-Waxman J, Granetz J, O'Grady J, Phipps M, Milne E, Logan GD, Hasher L, Grafman J 1057032000 Journal Article
It's About Time - and about Attention, Memory, and Aging 111th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association Hasher L 1041397200 Presentation
It's about time: Circadian rhythms, memory and aging 4th Tsukuba International Conference on Memory Hasher L 1041397200 Presentation
It's About Time: Circadian Rhythms, Memory and Aging Prairie Undergraduate Conference Hasher L 1041397200 Presentation
It's About Time: Circadian Rhythms, Memory and Aging Llano Estacado Conference Hasher L 1041397200 Presentation
Time-of-Day Effects on Implicit Learning Cognitive Neuroscience Society Turcotte J, Hasher L 1041397200 Presentation
Children's time of day preference: Age, gender and ethnic differences Personality and Individual Differences Kim S, Duecker G, Hasher L, Goldstein D 1036126800 Journal Article
Circadian effects on glucose enhancement of cognition in elderly humans. FASEB JOURNAL Grinberg N, Greenwood CE, Evindar A, Hasher L 1016773200 Abstract
Truth and character: Sources that older adults can remember Psychological Science Rahhal TA, May CP, Hasher L 1014958800 Journal Article
Working memory span: The effect of prior learning American Journal of Psychology Lustig C, Hasher L 1014958800 Journal Article
Age, time of testing, and proactive interference Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology Hasher L, Chung C, May CP, Foong N 1009861200 Journal Article
Circadian rhythms and memory in aged humans and animals Neuropsychology of Memory, 3rd Edition Winocur G, Hasher L 1009861200 Book Chapter
Frequency processing: A twenty-five year perspective Frequency Processing and Cognition Zacks RT, Hasher L 1009861200 Book Chapter
Working memory, inhibition and reading skill Advances in Psychology Research Chiappe P, Siegel LS, Hasher L 1009861200 Book Chapter
Inhibition, Aging and Circadian Arousal Patterns Ebbinghaus Empire Hasher L 1009861200 Presentation
Inhibition, Aging and Circadian Arousal Patterns Ethel Kennedy Research Centre Hasher L 1009861200 Presentation
Inhibition, Aging and Circadian Arousal Patterns Rotman Research Institute Hasher L 1009861200 Presentation
Inhibition, Aging and Circadian Arousal Patterns Lake Ontario Vision Establishment Hasher L 1009861200 Presentation
Inhibition, Aging and Circadian Arousal Patterns Ebbinghaus Empire Hasher L 1009861200 Presentation
Inhibition, Aging and Circadian Arousal Patterns Brock University Hasher L 1009861200 Presentation
Inhibition, Aging and Circadian Arousal Patterns Grinnell College Hasher L 1009861200 Presentation
Inhibition, Aging and Circadian Arousal Patterns Wilfred Laurier University Hasher L 1009861200 Presentation
Knowledge and rational decision making in younger and older adults Cognitive Aging Conference Kim SK, Hasher L 1009861200 Presentation
Implicit memory for unattended speech in young and older adults Cognitive Aging Conference Tun P, Hasher L, Wingfield A, Brandfronbrener R, Santana J 1009861200 Presentation
Age, time of testing and Proactive interference Cognitive Aging Conference Hasher L, Chung C, May CP, Foong N 1009861200 Presentation
Helping the princess helps reduce age differences in memory Cognitive Aging Conference Ikier S, Hasher L 1009861200 Presentation
(When) Are older adults implicit memories more vulnerable to interference? Cognitive Aging Conference Lustig C, Hasher L 1009861200 Presentation
The effects of carbohydrate load on cognitive functioning of older adults at optimal and nonoptimal times of day Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Grinberg N, Greenwood C, Hasher L 1009861200 Presentation
Implicit andexplicit memory dissociations: The role of circadian rhythms Cognitive Aging Conference May CP, Hasher L, Foong N 1009861200 Presentation
It's not 'just' a memory test: The role of task framing and stereotype threat in age differences in recall Cognitive Aging Conference Chasteen A, Bhattachayya S, Horhota M, Hasher L 1009861200 Presentation
Instructional manipulations and age differences in memory: Now you see them, now you don't Psychology and Aging Rahhal TA, Hasher L, Colcombe S 1007182800 Journal Article
Implicit memory is vulnerable to proactive interference Psychological Science Lustig C, Hasher L 999316800 Journal Article
Working memory span and the role of proactive interference Journal of Experimental Psychology: General Lustig C, Hasher L, May CP 991368000 Journal Article
Inhibitory control over the present and the past European Journal of Cognitive Psychology Lustig C, Hasher L, Tonev ST 978325200 Journal Article
Implicit memory is not immune to interference Psychological Bulletin Lustig C, Hasher L 978325200 Journal Article
Wisdom and aging: Irrational preferences in college students but not older adults. Cognition Tentori K, Osherson D, Hasher L, May C 978325200 Journal Article
Interference Encyclopedia of Aging: A Comprehensive Resource in Gerontology and Geriatrics, Third Edition Lustig C, Hasher L 978325200 Book Chapter
Inhibitory control, environmental support, and self-initiated processing in aging Perspectives on Human Memory and Cognitive Aging - Essays in Honour of Fergus Craik Hasher L, Tonev ST, Lustig C, Zacks RT 978325200 Book Chapter
Inhibition, Aging and Circadian Arousal Patterns Trent University Hasher L 978325200 Presentation
Inhibition, Aging and Memory McMaster University Hasher L 978325200 Presentation
Aging, Cognition and Circadian Arousal University of Alabama Hasher L 978325200 Presentation
Inhibition, Aging and Circadian Arousal Patterns American Psychological Association Hasher L 978325200 Presentation
Inhibition, Aging and Circadian Arousal Patterns Michigan State University Hasher L 978325200 Presentation
Deficit in inhibition benefits older adults Southern Ontario Neuropsychology Conference Ikier S, Hasher L 978325200 Presentation
Implicit memory and circadian rhythms Psychonomic Society May CP, Hasher L 978325200 Presentation
Working memory, inhibitory control, and reading disability Memory & Cognition Chiappe P, Hasher L, Siegel LS 946702800 Journal Article
Cross-cultural differences in memory: The role of culture-based stereotypes about aging Psychology and Aging Yoon C, Hasher L, Feinberg F, Rahhal TA, Winocur G 946702800 Journal Article
Human memory Handbook of Aging and Cognition Zacks RT, Hasher L, Li KZHL 946702800 Book Chapter
Aging, circadian arousal patterns, and cognition Cognitive Aging: A Primer First Edition Yoon C, May CP, Hasher L 946702800 Book Chapter
Inhibition, Aging and Memory Festschrift for F.I.M. Craik, University of Toronto Hasher L 946702800 Presentation
Inhibitiory Control of Cognition Yeager Scholars Symposium Hasher L 946702800 Presentation
Inhibition, Aging and Memory Oberlin College Hasher L 946702800 Presentation
Inhibition, Aging and Memory Festschrift for F.I.M. Craik Hasher L 946702800 Presentation
Inhibitiory Control of Cognition Yeager Scholars Symposium Hasher L 946702800 Presentation
Age differences in source memory may not be inevitable Cognitive Aging Conference Rahhal TA, May CP, Hasher L 946702800 Presentation
Visual distraction and processing speed Cognitive Aging Conference Lustig C, Tonev ST, Hasher L 946702800 Presentation
Visual distraction and processing speed Cognitive Aging Conference Tonev ST, Lustig C, Hasher L 946702800 Presentation
Timing, instructions, and inhibitory control: Some missing factors in the age and memory debate Gerontology Hasher L, Zacks RT, Rahhal TA 941432400 Journal Article
Aging and time-of-day effects on cognition in rats Behavioral Neuroscience Winocur G, Hasher L 938750400 Journal Article
The role of interference in memory span Memory & Cognition May CP, Hasher L, Kane MJ 936158400 Journal Article
Inhibitory control over distraction ZEITSCHRIFT FUR GERONTOLOGIE UND GERIATRIE Hasher L, May C 931320000 Abstract
Inhibition in the processing of garden-path sentences Psychology and Aging May CP, Zacks RT, Hasher L, Multhaup KS 928209600 Journal Article
Aging and Memory: First, the Good News BRAIN AND COGNITION Hasher L 917845200 Abstract
Aging, circadian arousal patterns and cognition Aging, Cognition and Self Reports Yoon C, May CP, Hasher L 915166800 Book Chapter
Inhibitory control, circadian arousal, and age Attention and Performance XVII Hasher L, Zacks RT, May CP 915166800 Book Chapter
Distractibility, circadian arousal, and aging: A boundary condition? Psychology and Aging Li KZH, Hasher L, Jonas D, Rahhal TA, May CP 912488400 Journal Article
Synchrony effects in inhibitory control over thought and action Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance May CP, Hasher L 891406800 Journal Article
Cognitive gerontology and attentional inhibition: A reply to Burke and McDowd Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences Zacks RT, Hasher L 878360400 Journal Article
Dual mechanisms of negative priming Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance Kane MJ, May CP, Hasher L, Rahhal T, Stoltzfus ER 865137600 Journal Article
Inhibitory control over no-longer-relevant information: Adult age differences Memory & Cognition Hasher L, Quig MB, May CP 852094800 Journal Article
Fact retrieval in younger and older adults: The role of mental models Psychology and Aging Radvansky GA, Zacks RT, Hasher L 833601600 Journal Article
On the time course of negative priming: Another look Psychonomic Bulletin & Review Hasher L, Zacks RT, Stoltzfus ER, Kane MJ, Connelly SL 820472400 Journal Article
Studies of directed forgetting in older adults Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Zacks RT, Radvansky G, Hasher L 820472400 Journal Article
Working memory and aging: Current status of the inhibitory view Counterpoints in Cognition - Working Memory and Human Cognition Stoltzfus ER, Hasher L, Zacks RT 820472400 Book Chapter
Aging, distraction, and the benefits of predictable location Psychology and Aging Carlson M, Hasher L, Zacks RT, Connelly SL 809928000 Journal Article
Determinants of negative priming Psychological Bulletin May CP, Kane MJ, Hasher L 804571200 Journal Article
Interference Encyclopedia of Aging: A Comprehensive Resource in Gerontology and Geriatrics, Second Edition Kane MJ, Hasher L 788936400 Book Chapter
Inhibitory attentional mechanisms and aging Psychology and Aging Kane MJ, Hasher L, Stoltzfus ER, Zacks RT, Connelly SL 762498000 Journal Article
Directed ignoring: Inhibitory regulation of working memory Inhibitory Processes in Attention, Memory, and Language Zacks RT, Hasher L 757400400 Book Chapter
Aging and the inhibition of spatial location Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance Connelly SL, Hasher L 754722000 Journal Article
Optimal time of day and the magnitude of age differences in memory Psychological Science May CP, Hasher L, Stoltzfus ER 746856000 Journal Article
Investigations of inhibition and interference in younger and older adults Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences Stolzfu ER, Hasher L, Zacks RT, Ulivi M, Goldstein D 741499200 Journal Article
Semantic priming during language processing: Several failures to replicate BULLETIN OF THE PSYCHONOMIC SOCIETY Stoltzfus ER, Hasher L, Zacks RT 721630800 Abstract
The suppression of identity and spatial location BULLETIN OF THE PSYCHONOMIC SOCIETY Connelly SL, Hasher L, Kimble GA 721630800 Abstract
Age and the availability of inferences Psychology and Aging Hamm VP, Hasher L 699426000 Journal Article
Memory in life, lab, and clinic: Implications for memory theory Memory Improvement: Implications for Memory Theory Zacks RT, Hasher L 694242000 Book Chapter
Aging and suppression - Memory for previously relevant information Psychology and Aging Hartman M, Hasher L 691563600 Journal Article
Age and reading: The impact of distraction Psychology and Aging Connelly SL, Hasher L, Zacks RT 691563600 Journal Article
Age deficits in retrieval: The fan effect Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences Gerard L, Zacks RT, Hasher L, Radvansky GA 662706000 Journal Article
Age and inhibition Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Hasher L, Stoltzfus ER, Zacks RT, Rypma B 662706000 Journal Article
Individual differences in breadth of facilitation for high constraint sentence completions BULLETIN OF THE PSYCHONOMIC SOCIETY Stoltzfus ER, Hasher L 658731600 Abstract
Judgments of frequency: A tool for the analysis of memory Event-Related Brain Potentials: Basic Issues and Applications Hock HS, Hasher L 631170000 Book Chapter
Younger and older adults' use of mental models as representations for text materials. Psychology and Aging Radvansky GA, Gerard LD, Zacks RT, Hasher L 631170000 Journal Article
Age deficits in inhibitory mechanisms: Data and theory BULLETIN OF THE PSYCHONOMIC SOCIETY Hasher L, Rypma B, Stoltzfus ER, Zacks RT 627282000 Abstract
Mood and memory: A reconsideration Journal of Social Behavior and Personality Costanzo PR, Hasher L 599634000 Journal Article
Judgments of category size: Now you have them, now you don't American Journal of Psychology Freund JS, Hasher L 599634000 Journal Article
Working memory, comprehension, and aging: A review and a new view Psychology of Learning and Motivation,The Hasher L, Zacks RT 568011600 Book Chapter
Capacity theory and the processing of inferences Language, memory, and aging Zacks RT, Hasher L 568011600 Book Chapter
Truly incidental encoding of frequency information American Journal of Psychology Hasher L, Zacks RT, Rose KC, Sanft H 536475600 Journal Article
Encoding and memory of explicit and implicit information Journal of Gerontology Zacks RT, Hasher L, Doren B, Hamm V, Attig MS 536475600 Journal Article
Human learning and memory Annual Review of Psychology Johnson MK, Hasher L 536475600 Book Chapter
Aging effects on discourse comprehension: Reading time and recall measures BULLETIN OF THE PSYCHONOMIC SOCIETY Zacks RT, Hasher L 532242000 Abstract
Category size knowledge: Now you have it, now you don't BULLETIN OF THE PSYCHONOMIC SOCIETY Freund JS, Hasher L 532242000 Abstract
Frequency discrimination: Assessing global-level and element-level units in memory Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Hock HS, Malcus L, Hasher L 504939600 Journal Article
Inevitability and automaticity: A response to Fisk American Psychologist Zacks RT, Hasher L, Hock HS 504939600 Journal Article
Mood, recall, and selectivity effects in normal college students Journal of Experimental Psychology: General Hasher L, Rose KC, Zacks RT, Sanft H, Doren B 473403600 Journal Article
On mood variation and memory. Reply to Isen (1985), Ellis (1985), and Mayer and Bower (1985) Journal of Experimental Psychology: General Hasher L, Zacks RT, Rose KC, Doren B 473403600 Journal Article
Is temporal order encoded automatically? Memory & Cognition Zacks RT, Hasher L, Sanft H, Alba JW, Caniglia K 441781200 Journal Article
Automatic processing of fundamental information - The case of frequency of occurrence American Psychologist Hasher L, Zacks RT 441781200 Journal Article
Is memory schematic? Psychological Bulletin Alba J, Hasher L 410245200 Journal Article
Encoding effort and recall: A cautionary note Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Zacks RT, Hasher L, Sanft H, Rose KC 410245200 Journal Article
Processing of occurrence-rate and item information by children of different ages and abilities. American Journal of Psychology Goldstein D, Hasher L, Stein DK 410245200 Journal Article
Young and elderly adults: Memory for explicit and inferential information BULLETIN OF THE PSYCHONOMIC SOCIETY Zacks RT, Hasher L 405838800 Abstract
A Text to Remember: Human memory: An introduction to research and theory - Zechmeister, EB, Nyberg, SE CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOLOGY Hasher L 402292800 Abstract
Automatic encoding of event frequency: Further findings Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Zacks RT, Hasher L, Sanft H 378709200 Journal Article
I knew it all along: Or, did I? Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior Hasher L, Attig MS, Alba J 347173200 Journal Article
The role of context in the encoding of information Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory Alba J, Alexander S, Hasher L, Caniglia K 347173200 Journal Article
Automaticity of encoding of event frequency: Further findings BULLETIN OF THE PSYCHONOMIC SOCIETY Zacks RT, Hasher L, Sanft H 342939600 Abstract
The processing of frequency of occurrence information by adults Journal of Gerontology Attig MS, Hasher L 315550800 Journal Article
Automatic encoding of category size information Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory Alba J, Chromiak W, Hasher L, Attig MS 315550800 Journal Article
Are there developmental differences in reality-monitoring? Journal of Experimental Child Psychology Johnson MK, Raye CR, Hasher L, Chromiak W 284014800 Journal Article
Automatic and effortful processes in memory Journal of Experimental Psychology: General Hasher L, Zacks RT 284014800 Journal Article
Reconstructive and reproductive processes in memory Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory Hasher L, Griffin M 252478800 Journal Article
More on interpretive factors in forgetting Memory & Cognition Hasher L, Griffin M, Johnson MK 220942800 Journal Article
Expectancies as a determinant of interference phenomena American Journal of Psychology Hasher L, Greenberg M 220942800 Journal Article
Frequency and the conference of referential validity Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior Hasher L, Goldstein D, Toppino T 220942800 Journal Article
The processing of frequency information: An automatic mechanism? Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior Hasher L, Chromiak W 220942800 Journal Article
Imagery and the retention of free-recall learning Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory Hasher L, Reibman B, Wren F 189320400 Journal Article
Interpretive factors in forgetting Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory Hasher L, Johnson MK 157784400 Journal Article
Encoding variability: A role in immediate and long-term memory? American Journal of Psychology Maki RH, Hasher L 157784400 Journal Article
A developmental study of attribute encoding in free recall Journal of Experimental Child Psychology Hasher L, Clifton D 126248400 Journal Article
Position effects in free recall American Journal of Psychology Hasher L 94712400 Journal Article
Learning and interference effects in short-term memory Journal of Experimental Psychology Hasher L, Goggin J, Riley DA 94712400 Journal Article
A developmental study of retention Developmental Psychology Hasher L, Thomas H 94712400 Journal Article
Conditions of proactive inhibition in free recall Journal of Experimental Psychology Postman L, Hasher L 63090000 Journal Article
Lasting effects in a STM paradigm PSYCHONOMIC SCIENCE Hasher L, Goggin J, Riley DA 58856400 Abstract
Retention of free recall learning: The whole-part problem Developmental Psychology Hasher L 31554000 Journal Article
Response availability and associative recall Journal of Experimental Psychology Postman L, Burns S, Hasher L 18000 Journal Article
Studies of learning to learn: X. Nonspecific transfer effects in free-recall learning Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior Postman L, Burns S, Hasher L 18000 Journal Article
Learning more, not less: Older, but not younger adults show visual statistical learning for distracting information Psychology and Aging Campbell KL, Zimerman S, Healey MK, Lee MMS, Hasher L -28800 Journal Article
When age is irrelevant: distractor inhibition and target activation in priming of pop-out Journals of Gerontology – Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences Wnuczko M, Prat J, Hasher L, Walker R -28800 Journal Article
Happy as a lark: Morning-type younger and older adults are higher in positive affect Emotion Biss RK, Hasher L -28800 Journal Article
Reflections of distraction in memory: Transfer of previous distraction improves recall in younger and older adults. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition Thomas RC, Hasher L -28800 Journal Article
Delighted and distracted: Positive affect increases priming for irrelevant information Emotion Biss RK, Hasher L -28800 Journal Article
The stability of working memory: Do previous tasks influence complex span? Journal of Experimental Psychology: General Healey MK, Hasher L, Danilova E -28800 Journal Article
Cognitive aging: a positive perspective The Paradoxical Brain Zimerman S, Hasher L, Goldstein D -28800 Book Chapter

Education

  • 1971: USPHS Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Psychology (cognitive development), University of California, Berkeley
  • 1970: Ph.D., Experimental Psychology, University of California, Berkeley
  • 1966: A.B., Smith College Northampton, Massachusetts

Academic Appointments

  • 2002–2005: Chair, Department of Psychology, University of Toronto
  • 2000–Present: Professor of Psychology and Marketing, University of Toronto
  • 2000–Present: Senior Scientist, Rotman Research Institute, Baycrest Centre

Reviewership

Consulting

  • 1979–2004: American Journal of Psychology (Consulting Editor )
  • 1985–1995: Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (Consulting Editor )
  • 2002–2004: Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (Consulting Editor )
  • 1979–1981: Developmental Psychology (Consulting Editor )
  • 1988–2004: Memory and Cognition (Consulting Editor reappointed 1989, 1993, 1995, 1997)
  • 1992–1995: Journal of Gerontology (Consulting Editor )
  • 1993–1994: Journal Consumer Research (Consulting Editor )

Committee

  • 2010: Psychology Department, Temple University (Chair: Research, Colloquium, and Human Subjects Committee Member: Executive Committee of Experimental Division and Department, Promotion and Tenure Committee. Director: Honor's Program )
  • 2010: College and University Service, Temple University (Member: Research and Study Leaves Committee, Merit and Inequities Committee, Biomedical Sciences Research Support Grant Advisory Committee, Tenure Committee, Dean's Ad hoc Committee on Research, Graduate Board, Provost's Task Force on Excellence )
  • 2010: Psychology Department, Duke University (Member: Space committee (1987), Executive Committee (1987-1990, 1996-1997), Coordinator for Cognitive Psychology (1987-1990, 1994- ) Director: Graduate Studies (1988-1990) Co-Coordinator: Psychology Department Subject Pool (1991-1996, 1997-) Co-Organizer: Triangle Area Cognitive Gerontology Group (1992- present) Co-Organizer: Duke-UNC Cognition Group (1995- ) )
  • 2010: University Service, Duke University (Member: Women's Studies Program Steering Committee (1986-1989) Provost's Advisory Committee on Appointments, Promotion and Tenure (1988-1991) Executive Committee of the Graduate School (1988-1991) Task Force, Center for Youth (1990-1991) Arts and Sciences Long Range Planning Committee (1992) Women's Network Executive Committee (1991-1992) Arts & Sciences Council (1992-1993) Arts & Sciences Council Executive Committee (1992-1993) Research Policy Committee (1991- 1995) Faculty Scholars Committee (1991- 1995) Arts & Sciences Research Awards Committee (1993- ) Ad hoc Committee to evaluate Dean Richard White, Chair (1994) Provost’s Task Force on Cognitive Neuroscience (1995-1998) Mentor:Dana Foundation Scholar. Summer, 1990, 1991 Academic Senate, Faculty Compensation Committee (1996- ) Chair, Ad-hoc promotion committee, Department of Cultural Anthropology (1998) )
  • 2010: Department, Faculty and University Service, University of Toronto (Ebbinghaus Empire organizer or coorganizer, 2000- SGS Dean’s representative on tenure committees 2007 Search committee, Chair UTSC Psychology Chair Member, tenure review committee, Rotman School of Management Chair, Psychology Department 2002-2005 Department Executive Committee, 2000-2002 Various search committees Various tenure and promotions committees Progress Through Ranks committee, 1999-2002 Various Faculty of Arts and Science committees, including Planning, Graduate Committee, AIF committee, Hiring committee (for assistant dean of planning), Senior Salaries. Provost’s committee for Dean of Faculty of Arts and Science search committee. )

Editorial Board

  • 1979–Present: American Journal of Psychology (Consulting editor)
  • 2004–Present: Psychology and Aging (Consulting editor)
  • 1985–1995: Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (Consulting editor)
  • 2002–2005: Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (Consulting editor)
  • 1979–1981: Developmental Psychology (Consulting editor)
  • 1988–2010: Memory and Cognition (Consulting editor (reappointed 1989, 1993, 1995, 1997))
  • 1992–1995: Journal of Gerontology (Consulting editor)
  • 1993–1994: Journal of Consumer Research (Consulting editor)
  • 2010: (Occasional reviewer for: Science, Nature Neuroscience, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, Child Development, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, Science, Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, National Science Foundation, National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada, Journal of Gerontology, Experimental Aging Research, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology: Attitudes and Social Cognition, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology: Personality Process and Individual Differences, Memory and Cognition, Psychiatry Research, Journal of Abnormal Psychology, Psychological Bulletin, Psychological Review, Developmental Review, Journal of Personality, Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, Psychological Science, Memory, MONTS Program (NSF), North Dakota State Research Foundation, British Journal of Psychology, Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, Cahiers de Psychologie Cognitive, Science.)

Distinctions and Awards

  • 2010: A.B., magna cum laude, Smith College
  • 2010: Fellow, American Psychological Society
  • 2010: Fellow, American Psychological Association, Divisions 1, 3, 20
  • 2007: MERIT Award , National Institutes of Health , 1997- 2007
  • 2006: Fellow, Massey College
  • 2005: William James speaker, American Psychological Society
  • 2005: Member, McDonnell Foundation Panel on Human Memory
  • 2003: Member - elected, Memory Disorders Research Society
  • 1996: Distinguished Professional Contribution to Knowledge Award, American Psychological Association
  • 1996: Board of Governors, Psychonomic Society , 1990-1996
  • 1996: , James McKeen Cattell Fellowship, 1995-1996
  • 1995: Fellow, Society of Experimental Psychologists Elected
  • 1995: Chair, Board of Governors, Psychonomic Society, 1994-1995
  • 1987: Fellow, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1986-1987
  • 1966: Society of the Sigma XI Elected, Smith College

Research Projects

External

  • 2003–2007: Investigation of Cognitive Processing in Older Adults Using Eye Movement Monitoring
    Collaborators: J.D. Ryan

    Sponsors: CIHR, 240,000

  • 2002–2007:
    Collaborators: Rose T. Zacks, Michigan State University

    Sponsors: National Institute on Aging (NIH MERIT Award) - Renewed, 417,058 (USD)

    Year 1 = $417,058 US (Hasher's portion $207,857 US or $334,421 CAN)

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Fax: 416 978 4811
Email: hasher@psych.utoronto.ca
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