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Dr. Linda A. Henkel

Professor of Psychology
lhenkel@fairfield.edu
o: Bannow Science Center Rm 465
p: x3269
Faculty Website

 

Using Technology to Outsource Human Memory

Dr. Linda Henkel, Professor of Psychology, describes the brain’s method of piecing memories together and how taking pictures replaces storing memories.

Published in The Atlantic on 2/25/15


5 Steps to Getting a Grip on Your Tech Life

Dr. Linda Henkel, Professor of Psychology, shares her research on human memory that shows constantly shooting photos or videos fundamentally alters the way people process and remember experiences.

Published in OutsideOnline.com, a leading global active lifestyle source on 2/23/15


Memory, Photography and Social Media (ABC)

Story explores Professor Dr. Linda Henkel’s study of how the human brain better recalls memories of actual experiences rather than ones seen through the lens of a camera.

Published in National Public Radio and ABC Radio International on 1/1/8/15


Professor studies patrons of art museum (NPR)

Story explores Professor Dr. Linda Henkel’s study of how the human brain better recalls memories of actual experiences rather than ones seen through the lens of a camera.

Published in National Public Radio and ABC Radio International on 2/3/15


"America's Got Talent" has a secret: Oddballs welcome

Dr. David Gudelunas, associate professor of commubucation, comments on the popularity of "America's Got Talent" and other televised talent competitions.

Published in the Chicago Tribune and the Orlando Sentinel on 5/27/14