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. Do implementation and goal intentions help reduce commission errors in prospective memory?Manuscript in preparation. 

Munoz Gomez Andrade A., & Kreiner, D. S. 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. 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. The role goal congruent and incongruent rewards on prospective memory performance and commission errors.Manuscript in preparation. 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (FIRST AUTHOR)

Munoz Gomez Andrade,A., McCrea, S. M., & Sensibaugh, T. K. (2017, November). Reversed implementation intentions and goal intentions did not help decrease commission errors in prospective memory. Poster presented at the annual convention of the Psychonomic Society, Vancouver, Canada. 

Munoz Gomez Andrade, A. (2017, October). Measuring change in study habits, need for cognition, and self-efficacy for learning in a cognitive psychology class. Poster presented at the annual conference of teaching of the Society for Teaching of Psychology, San Antonio, TX. 

Munoz Gomez Andrade, A., Kreiner, D.S., Penningroth, S. L., Tryon, J.C., Cockrell, J. J., Munoz Gomez Andrade, F., Flint, I. R. (2016, May). Divided attention hinders prospective memory performance in a multiple intention paradigm. Poster presented at the annual convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL. 

Munoz Gomez Andrade, A., Kreiner, D. S., Ryan, J. J., Hwang, H., Penningroth, S. L., Corwin, S. A., & Williams, D. P. (2015, May). Performing a prospective memory task under divided attention might lead to commission errors. Poster presented at the annual convention of the Association for Psychological Science, New York, NY

Munoz Gomez Andrade, A., Tryon, J. C., Flint, I. R., Kreiner, D. S., Nauser, J. W., Williams, D. W., & Corwin, S. A. (2014, May). Habit strength correlates with neuroticism and negative prospective memory under divided attention. Poster presented at the annual convention of the Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA

Munoz Gomez Andrade, A. (2013, March). The intrinsic evaluation myth about the concept of the outsider: thinking rationally about outsiderness. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Society for the Interdisciplinary study of social imagery, Colorado Springs, CO.  

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (FIRST AUTHOR, CONTINUED)

Munoz Gomez Andrade, A.(2013, March). How not to approach outsiders: Lessons learned from the movies Independence Day and The Day the Earth Stood Still. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Social Imagery, Colorado Springs, CO

Munoz Gomez Andrade, A.(2013, March). Why do people choke under pressure? Paper presented at the Thursday Afternoon Research Talks at the University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, MO.

Munoz Gomez Andrade, A. (2010, May).  Situational helping differences between extraversion and introversion: Who is more likely to help?Poster session presented at the Central Scholar Symposium at the University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, MO.  

Munoz, Gomez Andrade A.(2009, March). The semantic issue of altruism: an interdisciplinary perspective. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Great Plains Student Psychology Convention at Kearny, NK.   

CONFERENCE  PRESENTATIONS (COLLABORATOR)

Penningroth, S. L., Sensibaugh, T. K., Munoz Gomez Andrade, A., & Scott, W. D. (2016). Remembering to help: Implicitly priming a helping goal improves prospective memory performance that benefits others. Poster presented at 6th at the International Conference of Memory, Budapest, Hungary.

Kreiner, D. S., Davis, D. L., & Munoz Gomez Andrade, A.  (2010, May). A procedure for seeking student opinions about research. Poster presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS WITH STUDENTS I MENTORED:

*Cox, A., Munoz Gomez AndradeA., & McCrea, S. M. (2017, July). Exploring prospective memory on Amazon’s Mechanical Turk. Oral presentation and poster presented at the annual SRAP-NSF-EPSCoR symposium, Laramie, WY. 

++Tryon, J. C., Kreiner, D. S., & Munoz Gomez Andrade, A. (2017, April). Perception of ongoing task difficulty affects time-based prospective memory performance. Poster presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL

*Wilson, A., Munoz Gomez Andrade, A., & Penningroth, S. L. (2016, July). Motivational and social prospective memory with the presence of material rewards. Oral presentation and poster presented at the annual SRAP-NSF-EPSCoR symposium, Laramie, WY. 

*Rottinghaus, F., Munoz Gomez Andrade, A., & Penningroth, S. L. (2016, July) Factors contributing to commission errors in prospective memory. Oral presentation and poster presented at the annual SRAP-NSF-EPSCoR symposium, Laramie, WY. 

+Tryon, J. C., Kreiner, D. S., & Munoz Gomez Andrade, A. (2016, May). Without a clock: Contextual change in relation to time-based prospective memory.  Poster presented at the annual convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL.

*Naseer, Z., Munoz Gomez Andrade, A., Culwell, J. D., & Penningroth, S. L. (2015, July). Prospective memory strategies in younger and older children. Oral presentation and poster presented at the annual SRAP-NSF-EPSCoR symposium, Laramie, WY.

+ Depicts an undergraduate student

++ Depicts a graduate student

*Depicts a high school student recruited through the Student Research Apprentice Program (SRAP) funded by National Science Foundation (NSF) and EPSCoR Wyoming. I have worked with these students every summer since 2015.