Research Interests

  • Scholarship of teaching learning
  • Prospective memory

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Penningroth, S.L., *Sensibaugh, T. K., & Munoz Gomez Andrade, A., (in press).  Memory change in old age. In R. Summers (Ed.), Developmental Psychology:  How the Mind Grows and Changes over a Lifetime.  Santa Barbara, CA:  Greenwood.   

Penningroth, S.L., Munoz Gomez Andrade, A., & Sensibaugh, T. K., (in press).  Memory. In R. Summers (Ed.), Developmental Psychology:  How the Mind Grows and Changes over a Lifetime.  Santa Barbara, CA:  Greenwood

Munoz Gomez Andrade, A., Kreiner, D. S., Penningroth, S. L., Ryan, J. J., & Hwang, H. (2015). Performing a prospective memory task under divided attention might lead to increased performance errors and commission errors. In A. M. Columbus (Ed.), Advances in psychology research. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc. (view)


MANUSCRIPTS IN PREPARATION

Munoz Gomez Andrade A., & McCrea, S. M. (2017). Do implementation and goal intentions help reduce commission errors in prospective memory? Manuscript in preparation. 

Munoz Gomez Andrade A., & Kreiner, D. S. (2017). The role of prospective memory in teaching and learning: how to develop a prospective memory friendly course. Manuscript in preparation.

Penningroth, S. L., Sensibaugh, T. K., Munoz Gomez Andrade, A., & Scott, W. D. (2017). Remembering to help: Implicitly priming a helping goal improves prospective memory performance that benefits others. Manuscript in preparation. 

Penningroth, S. L., Sensibaugh, T. D., Munoz Gomez Andrade, A., & Scott, W. D. (2017). The role goal congruent and incongruent rewards on prospective memory performance and commission errors. Manuscript in preparation.