Joseph D. Stephens

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentPsychology

Phone336-285-2266

Fax336-334-7538

Emailjdstephe@ncat.edu

Websitehttps://sites.google.com/site/jdwstephens/

OfficeNew Science Building
Room: 364

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Joseph D. Stephens

Education

Ph D: Cognitive Psychology, Carnegie Mellon University, 2006

BA: Germanic Studies, Indiana University, 2000


Research Interests

I am interested in how the human mind combines information from more than one source. My research investigates this question mainly as it relates to speech perception, categorization, and episodic memory.


Recent Publications

Robinson, Stephanie  Overman, Amy  Stephens, Joseph  (2017).  Strategy abandonment effects in cued recall.  (2,  14,  pp. 117-123).  American Journal of Undergraduate Research.

Overman, Amy  Richard, Alison  Stephens, Joseph  (2016).  A positive generation effect on memory for auditory context.  (3,  24,  pp. 944-949).  Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.

Viswanathan, Navin  Stephens, Joseph  (2016).  Compensation for visually-specified coarticulation in liquid-stop contexts..   Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics.

Stephens, Joseph  Neal, Daneille  Overman, Amy  (2014).  Closing the empathy gap in college students’ judgments of end-of-life tradeoffs..  (49,  pp. 313-317).  International Journal of Psychology.

Overman, Amy  Stephens, Joseph  (2013).  Synergistic effects of encoding strategy and context salience on associative memory in older adults..  (28,  pp. 654-665).  Psychology and Aging.

Wiyor, Hanniebey  Ntuen, Celestine  Stephens, Joseph  Jiang, Steven  Jiang, Zongliang  (2013).  Classifying visual fatigue symptoms based on neurophysiological signals and psychophysiological ratings..  (1,  2,  pp. 11-32).  International Journal of Human Factors and Ergonomics.