Associate Professor Glen Bodner

Associate Professor in Psychology

College of Education, Psychology and Social Work

Research expertise

Many of the decisions we make in daily life are influenced by memory and by how we evaluate our subjective experiences. My research examines how encoding and retrieval factors shape memory accuracy and the variety of subjective experiences that arise during cognitive processing.

Research expertise

Many of the decisions we make in daily life are influenced by memory and by how we evaluate our subjective experiences. My research examines how encoding and retrieval factors shape memory accuracy and the variety of subjective experiences that arise during cognitive processing.

place Social Sciences North (Social Science North 348)
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Associate Professor of Psychology, Flinders University 2018-

Associate Editor, Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology 2018-21

Honourary Visiting Scholar, Flinders University 2017

Professor of Psychology, University of Calgary, Canada 2014-18

Visiting Researcher, University of Victoria, Canada 2011

Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Calgary, Canada 2006-14

Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Calgary, Canada 2000-06

Qualifications

PhD Cognitive Psychology, University of Victoria, Canada 2000

MSc Cognitive Psychology, University of Victoria, Canada 1997

BA (Hons) Psychology, University of Winnipeg, Canada 1994

Honours, awards and grants

Great Supervisor Award, Faculty of Graduate Studies, University of Calgary, Canada 2016

Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning Teaching Academy, University of Calgary, Canada 2016

Curriculum Development Award, University of Calgary, Canada 2016

Outstanding Research Award, EMDR International Association 2009

Students’ Union Teaching Excellence Award, University of Calgary, Canada 2003

Research expertise
Cognitive psychology and educational practice
Cognitive science
Psychology
Research interests

Many of the decisions we make in daily life are influenced by memory and by how we evaluate our subjective experiences. My research examines how encoding and retrieval factors shape memory accuracy and the variety of subjective experiences that arise during cognitive processing.

I am new to Flinders University and am looking for students to collaborate with me on these and other research projects.

Topic coordinator
PSYC7002A Psychology Honours Thesis
PSYC3008 Applied Cognitive Psychology
PSYC7002B Psychology Honours Thesis
Topic lecturer
PSYC1107 The Psychology of Weird and Wonderful Ideas
PSYC2021 Developmental Psychology
PSYC7006 Contemporary Issues in Psychology
Supervisory interests
Aesthetics
False memory
Memory
Metacognition
Recognition memory
Publications

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