University of Winnipeg, 2008, B.A., Honours
University of British Columbia, 2013, M.A., Cognitive Science

I am primarily interested in prospective memory, particularly in the influence of planned task retrieval and execution on concurrent processing. I am also interested in interpretations of memory failures, and how we tend to interpret prospective memory failures as resulting from personality flaws, but retrospective memory failures as simply memory problems. 

 

Publications:

Crease Lark, M. L., Graf, P., & Jamieson, R. K. (in preparation). Cue contamination: Execution of planned tasks disrupts concurrent processing.

Crease Lark, M. L., Graf, P., Lee, C. & Belchev, Z. (in preparation). Thanks for the memory failures: Priming memory fallibility and interpretations of prospective and retrospective memory failures

Smith, S. D., McIver, T. A., Di Nella, M. S. J., & Crease, M. L. (2011). The effects of valence and arousal on the emotional modulation of time perception: Evidence for multiple stages of processing, Emotion, 11(6), 1305-1313.

Conference Presentations:

Crease Lark, M. L., Graf, P. & Jamieson, R. K. (2015). Prospective memory cues contaminate memory for surrounding stimuli. Poster to be presented at the 11th annual meeting of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, Victoria, BC, June 24-27.

Crease, M. L., Graf, P. & Jamieson, R. K. (2014) A bird in the hand: Prospective memory cues disrupt encoding of surrounding stimuli. Poster presented at the 24th annual meeting of the Canadian Society for Brain, Behavioural and Cognitive Science, Toronto, ON, July 3-5.

Crease, M. L., Graf, P. & Jamieson, R. K. (2014) Bird is the word: Prospective memory and the next-in-line effect. Poster presented at the 75th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association, Vancouver, BC, June 5-7.

Crease, M. L.* (2013). Thanks for the memory failures: Priming memory fallibility and interpretations of prospective and retrospective memory failures (Master’s thesis). Retrieved from https://circle.ubc.ca/handle/2429/44816

Crease, M. L., Graf, P. & Lee, C. (2013). Thanks for the memory…failures! The effect of priming memory fallibility on memory failure interpretations. Poster to be presented at the 23rd annual meeting of the Canadian Society for Brain, Behavioural and Cognitive Science, Calgary, AB, June 7-9.

Crease, M. L., Graf, P. & Lee, C. (2013). Priming memory fallibility influences memory failure attributions. Paper to be presented at the 15th annual Northwest Cognition and Memory conference, Surrey, BC, May 16-18.

Gill, R., Crease, M. L., & Graf, P. (2013). Memory failures: Who is to blame when we forget? Paper presented at the 15th annual Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference, Vancouver, BC, March 22-23.

Solomon, S., Crease, M. L., & Graf, P. (2013). Gender effects on the interpretation of memory failures. Poster presented at the 15th annual Psychology Undergraduate Research Conference, Vancouver, BC, March 22-23.

Crease, M. L., Graf, P. & Belchev, Z. (2012). Who is to blame when we forget? Poster presented at the 22nd annual meeting of the Canadian Society for Brain, Behavioural and Cognitive Science, Kingston, ON, June 7-9.

Crease, M. L., Graf, P. & Belchev, Z. (2012). Who is to blame when we forget? Poster presented at the 14th annual Northwest Cognition and Memory conference, Vancouver, BC, May 10-12.

Crease, M. L., Di Nella, M. S. J., & Smith, S.D. (2011). Negative, but not erotic, images lead to over-estimations of exposure duration. Poster presented at the 21st annual meeting of the Canadian Society for Brain, Behavioural, and Cognitive Science, Winnipeg, MB, June 24-26.

Smith, S. D., McIver, T. A., Di Nella, M. S. J., & Crease, M. L. (2010). The effect of emotional valence and arousal on time perception: Evidence from a temporal bisection task. Poster presented at the 20th annual meeting of the Canadian Society for Brain, Behavioural, and Cognitive Science, Halfax, NS, June 11-13.

Crease, M. L., & Smith, S. D. (2008) The influence of mood on hemispheric asymmetries for anomaly detection. Paper presented at the 27th Annual Prairie Undergraduate Research Conference, Winnipeg, MB, April 18.