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Ken Sobel

Professor of Psychology

ksobel@uca.edu

MAS 260

(501) 450-5440

Research Interests: Visual attention, perception, and memory

Publications

 Papers published with students in the undergraduate Journal of Psychological Inquiry. 

  • www.psychinquiry.org
  • Dague, T. D., & Sobel, K. V. (2019). Using visual search to investigate whether cognition directly affects perception. Journal of Psychological Inquiry, 23 (2), 15-20.
  • Hahn, E., & Sobel, K. V. (2019). Children’s false memories in visual context. Journal of Psychological Inquiry, 23 (1), 25-29.
  • Francis, T. N., Nolan, S. S., Schichtl, K. B., & Sobel, K. V. (2018). Do people remember the judgments they make? Journal of Psychological Inquiry, 22 (1), 36-41.
  • Downs, H. B., Hale, J., & Sobel, K. V. (2016). Why do people justify choices they had not actually made? Journal of Psychological Inquiry21 (1), 20-24.
  • Halligan, J., & Sobel, K. V. (2016). Automaticity of numerical processing. Journal of Psychological Inquiry21 (2), 44-50.
  • Hufstedler, A., & Sobel, K. V. (2016). Does the mere expectation of a cell phone call occupy working memory? Journal of Psychological Inquiry21 (2), 6-14.
  •  Ilic, I.& Sobel, K. V. (2016). Why does visually ambiguous motion reverse? Journal of Psychological Inquiry21 (1), 40-48.
  • Phillips, N. S., & Sobel, K. V. (2016). A memento to remember you by. Journal of Psychological Inquiry21 (2), 64-70.
  • Downs, H. B., & Sobel, K. V. (2015). A new explanation of choice blindness in terms of visual short-term memory. Journal of Psychological Inquiry, 20 (1), 6-10.
  • Hoffman, H., Ozanich, C., & Sobel, K. V. (2014). Psychopathy, cognitive dissonance, and altruism as portrayed in the television show Dexter. Journal of Psychological Inquiry19 (2), 31-37.
  •  Hogan, J., & Sobel, K. V. (2014). Conceptual and perceptual features in guided visual search. Journal of Psychological Inquiry, 19 (1), 5-11.

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