Dr. Linda A. Henkel
Professor of Psychology
o: Bannow Science Center Rm 465
"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
Improve your museum memories: Put away the camera
The news media continues to take notice of research by Dr. Linda Henkel, professor of psychology, who recently published her findings on memory and photography.
Published in Examiner.com and The Epoch Times on June 3, 2014, in Yahoo! Finance on May 31, 2014, in Psychology Today, The Times of India, and The Hindu on May 27, 2014, in New Zealand Lifestyle and Women's Health Magazine on May 26, 2014 and on Forbes.com on May 22, 2014 among many others
Take photos to remember your experiences? Think again
Audie Cornish of NPR's "All Things Considered" interviews Dr. Linda Henkel, professor of psychology, on her much-discussed study on photography and memory to kick off an NPR series on the subject.
Heard on NPR's All Things Considered on 5/21/14
Linda Henkel discussed memory and photography
Dr. Linda Henkel, professor of psychology, appeared on the Australian radio program "Future Tense" discussing her recently published research on photography and memory. "I got really into the notion of how we walk around with cameras… constantly snapping pictures and not really paying full attention to the things we're seeing," said said.
Appeared on Australian ABC Radio Future Tense on 3/30/14
Digital memory loss
Dr. Linda Henkel, professor of psychology, discussed her work on photography and memory. "Research has suggested that the sheer volume and lack of organization of digital photos for personal memories discourages many people from accessing and reminiscing about them," she said.
Published in The Huffington Post blog on 3/21/14