Keith Lyle, PhD
- Ph.D., Yale University, 2005
- M.A., Yale University, 2002
- B.S., Indiana University, 1998
Memory, including memory enhancement, individual differences in memory, eyewitness memory, false memory, and brain mechanisms of memory. Also, personality, including authoritarianism and flexibility.
For a complete list, see the Memory & Cognition Lab website.
- Lyle, K. B., & Edlin, J. M. (in press). Why does saccade execution increase episodic memory retrieval? A test of the top-down attentional control hypothesis. Memory.
- Lyle, K. B., & Grillo, M. C. (2014). Consistent-handers are more authoritarian. Laterality, 19, 146-163.
- Edlin, J. M., Carris, E. K., & Lyle, K. B. (2013). Memory for hand use depends on consistency of handedness. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2013.00555
- Lyle, K. B., Chapman, L. K., & Hatton, J. M. (2013). Is handedness related to anxiety? New answers to an old question. Laterality, 18, 520-535.
- Edlin, J. M., & Lyle, K. B. (2013). The effect of repetitive saccade execution on the attention network test: Enhancing executive function with a flick of the eyes. Brain and Cognition, 81, 345-351.
- Lyle, K.B., Hanaver-Torrez, S. D., Hackländer, R. P., & Edlin, J. M. (2012). Consistency of handedness, regardless of direction, predicts baseline memory accuracy and potential for memory enhancement. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 38, 187-193.
Courses Often Taught
- Cognitive Neuroscience
- Cognitive Processes
- Human Memory: A User's Guide