Moses Langley, Associate Professor

Address: 103L Armstrong Hall
Phone: 507-389-6317


  • Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology, Iowa State University, 2010

Areas of Interest

  • Recognition Memory
  • Object Recognition & Identification
  • Neural Correlates of Explicit Memory
  • Visual Cognition
  • Classroom Technology

Courses Taught

  • Psyc 211 Research Methods and Design
  • Psyc 413/513 Sensation and Perception
  • Psyc 416/516 Cognitive Psychology
  • Psyc 423/523 Cognitive Neuroscience

Selected Publications/Presentations

  • Langley, M. M. (2013, accepted). On the contribution of object identification to object recognition: Recollection may require identification, but familiarity does not. To be presented at meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Toronto, ON.
  • Chan, J. C. K., & Langley, M. M. (2011). Paradoxical effects of testing: Retrieval enhances both accurate recall and suggestibility in eyewitnesses. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 37, 248-255.
  • Langley, M. M., Cleary, A. M, Kostic, B. N., & Woods, J. (2008). Picture recognition without identification: A method for assessing the role of perceptual information in familiarity-based picture recognition. Acta Psychologica, 127, 103-113.
  • Langley, M. M., Cleary, A. M., & Kostic, B. N. (2007). On the use of wireless response systems in experimental psychology: Implications for the behavioral researcher. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers, 39, 816-823.
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