Julie Earles
Associate Professor of Psychology
Honors College, Florida Atlantic University

5353 Parkside Drive 
Jupiter, FL 33458
MHC 148
(561) 799-8612; (561) 799-8602 (fax); jearles@fau.edu

 

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Courses

PSY 1012 General Psychology

DEP 3005 Developmental Psychology

PSY 3213 Research Methods in Psychology

EXP 3505 Cognition

IDS 4933 How and Why We Age

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Curriculum Vitae

Education:

 

1994 - Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology with a focus on Cognitive Aging and a minor in Life-Span Development from The Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA (GPA = 4.0)

 

1992 - M.S. in Experimental Psychology from The Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA (GPA = 4.0)

 

1990 - B.A. with Honors in Psychology from Davidson College in Davidson, NC (Magna Cum Laude, GPA = 3.98)

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Positions:

 

2004 to present - Associate Professor of Psychology, Honors College of Florida Atlantic University

 

1998 to 2004 – Assistant Professor of Psychology, Honors College of Florida Atlantic University

 

1994 to 1998 - Assistant Professor of Psychology, Furman University

 

1990 to 1994 - Research Assistant to Dr. Anderson D. Smith and Dr. Denise C. Park

 

1990 to 1994 - National Institutes of Health Pre-doctoral Research Training Fellowship, National Institute on Aging

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Representative Publications:

 

Earles, J. L., Kersten, A. W., Mas, B. B., & Miccio, D. M. (2004). Aging and memory for self-performed tasks: Effects of task difficulty and time pressure. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 59B, 285-293.

 

Kersten, A. W., & Earles, J. L. (2004). Semantic context influences memory for verbs more than memory for nouns. Memory & Cognition, 32, 198-211.

 

Earles, J. L., & Kersten, A. W. (2002). Directed forgetting of actions by younger and older adults. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 9, 383-388. 

 

Einstein, G. O., Earles, J. L., & Collins, H. M. (2002) Gaze aversion: Spared inhibition for visual distraction in older adults.  Journals of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 57B, P65-P73.

 

Kersten, A.W., & Earles, J.L. (2001) Less really is more for adults learning a miniature artificial language.  Journal of Memory and Language, 44, 250-273.

 

Earles, J. L., & Kersten, A. W. (2000). Adult age differences in memory for verbs and nouns. Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, 7, 130-139.

Complete Vita Updated May 2005