Faculty

Bob Batsell

Bob Batsell

Neuroscience, physiological and learning psychology

Phone:

269.337.7032

Email:

Robert.Batsell@kzoo.edu

Office:

Olds/Upton 403B

Credentials:

MS, PhD, Texas Christian University

List of Recent Classes

PSYC 226 Physiological Psychology

PSYC 390 Experimental Methods

PSYC 420 Learning

PSYC 422 Consciousness and Dreams

Recent Research and Publications

Journals

[Note: Asterisks denote Kalamazoo College Student]

  • Hostetter, A. B., Penix, E. A., Norman, M. Z., Batsell, W. R. Jr., & Carr, T.
    H. (2018). The role of retrieval practice in memory and analogical problem
    solving. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology

  • Jensen, C., Van Til, K., Abe, A., Nicholson, P., & Batsell, W. R. Jr.
    (2018). Augmentation’s boundary conditions? Investigation of spatial contiguity,
    temporal contiguity, and target familiarity. Learning and Motivation, 63, 49 – 66.

  • Batsell, W. R. Jr., Perry, J. L., Hanley, E.*, & Hostetter, A. B. (2017). Ecological
    validity of the testing effect: The use of daily quizzes in Introductory Psychology.
    Teaching of Psychology, 44, 18-23

  • Good, I., Allswede, D., Curley, K.*, & Batsell, W. R. Jr. (2015). Increasing
    trial number produces augmentation, not blocking, in flavor-aversion conditioning.
    Learning and Motivation, 49, 38-50.

  • Allswede, D.,* Curley, K., Cullen, N., & Batsell, W. R. Jr. (2014). Withincompound
    associations mediate augmented flavor aversions. Learning and Motivation,
    48, 33-46.

  • Batsell, W.R. Jr., Wakefield, E., Ulrey, L. A., Reimink, K., Rowe, S. L., &
    Dexheimer*, S. (2012). CS-US interval determines the transition from overshadowing to
    potentiation with flavor compounds. Learning & Behavior, 40, 180-194.

Book Chapters

  • Troisi, J. D., Christopher, A. N., & Batsell, W. R. Jr. (2014). Ten suggestions of
    securing a faculty position at a selective liberal arts school. In J. N. Busler, B. C. Beins,
    & W. Buskist (Eds.). Preparing the New Psychology Professoriate: Helping Graduate
    Students Become Competent Teachers, 2nd ed. (pp 177 – 184). Society for the Teaching
    of Psychology.

  • Batsell, W. R., Jr. (2011). Taste Aversion Learning. In Encyclopedia of the
    Sciences of Learning.

Karyn Boatwright

Counseling, Feminist Psychology of women, History of Psychology

Phone:

269.337.7110

Email: Email:

Karyn.Boatwright@kzoo.edu

Office:

Olds/Upton 403G

Credentials:

MA,PhD, Michigan State University

List of Recent Classes

PSYC 270 Feminist Psychology of Women

PSYC 275 Introduction to Psychopathology

PSYC 450 Counseling Psychology: Theory and Practice

Recent Research and Publications

Journal

[* denotes publications that included students]

  • *Pfaff, L., Boatwright, K. J., Pothoff, A., Finan, C., Ulrey, L. A., & Huber, D. (2013). Perceptions of women and men leaders following 360-Degree feedback evaluations. Performance Management Quarterly, 26, 35-56.

  • *Boatwright, K. J., Lopez, F. Sauer, E., VanderWege, A., & Huber, D. M. (2010). The influence of adult attachment styles on workers’ preferences for relational leadership behaviors. Psychologist Manager Journal, 13, 1-14.

  • *Boatwright, K., J. & Nolan, B. (2006). Growthful connections: Relational-cultural theory in therapeutic action. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 30, 232.

Kyla Day-Fletcher

Psychology of Sexuality, African American Psychology, Adolescent Psychology

Dr. Fletcher’s Website

Phone:

269.337.5784

Email:

Kyla.Day@kzoo.edu

Office:

Olds/Upton 403F

Credentials:

BS, Howard University

MS, PhD, University of Michigan

List of Recent Classes

PSYC 101 General Psychology

PSYC 211 Adolescent Development

PSYC 295 Psychology of the African American Experience

PSYC 301 Intro to Research Methods in Psychology

PSYC 465 Advanced Psychology of Sexuality

Recent Research and Publications

Journals

  • Anyiwo, N., Ward, L. M., Fletcher, K. D., & Rowley, S. (2018). Black adolescents’ television
    usage and endorsement of mainstream gender roles and the Strong Black Woman schema.
    Journal of Black Psychology, 44, 371-397.

  • Jerald, M. C., Ward, L. M., Moss, L., Thomas, K., & Fletcher, K. D. (2016). Subordinates, sex
    objects, or sapphires? Investigating contributions of media use to Black students’ femininity
    ideologies and stereotypes about Black women. Journal of Black Psychology, 43, 608-635.

  • Cole, A. P., Gill, J. M., Fletcher, K. D., Shivers, C. A., Allen, L. C., & Mwendwa, D. T. (2015).
    Understanding African American college students’ H1N1 vaccination decisions.
    Health Psychology, 34, 1185-1190.

  • Fletcher, K. D., Ward, L. M., Thomas, K., Foust, M., Levin, D., & Trinh, S. (2015). Will it
    help? Identifying socialization discourses that promote sexual risk and sexual health among
    African American youth. Journal of Sex Research, 52, 199-212.

  • Albritton, T., Fletcher, K. D., Divney, A., Gordon, D., Magriples, U., & Kershaw, T. S. (2014)
    Who’s asking the important questions? Sexual topics discussed among sexually active
    young couples. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 37, 1047-1056.

  • Trinh, S., Ward, L. M., Day, K., Thomas, K., & Levin, D. (2014). Contributions of divergent
    parent and peer sexual messages to Asian American college students’ sexual behaviors. Journal
    of Sex Research, 51, 208-220.

  • Ward, L. M., Rivadeneyra, R., Thomas, K., Day, K., & Epstein, M. (2012).
    A woman’s worth: Analyzing the sexual objectification of Black women in music videos.
    Invited chapter for Zurbriggen, E. L. & Roberts, T. (Eds), Sexualization of Girls and Girlhood:
    Causes, Consequences, and Resistance. Oxford Press.

Péter Érdi

Neuroscience, Cognitive Science

Recipient of the Lucasse Fellowship award for excellence in scholarship.

Dr. Erdi’s Website

Phone:

269.337.5720

Email:

Peter.Erdi@kzoo.edu

Office:

Olds/Upton 208B

Credentials:

MSc, L. Eötvös University, Budapest
MSc, Technical University of Budapest
PhD, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest
DSc, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

List of Recent Classes

COMP/PSYC 415 Computational Neuroscience

IDSY/PHYS 215 Introduction to Complex Systems

COMP/PSYC 265 Cognitive Science

MATH/PHYS 270 Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos

COMP 485 History & Future of Computing

COMP 486 Machine Learning

MATH 305/PHYS 482/IDSY 305 Social Science Dynamic Models

Recent Research and Publications

Journals

  • Beltz H, Rutledge T, Wadhwa RW, Bruck P, Tobochnik J, Fulop A, Fenyvesi G and Érdi P: Ranking Algorithms: Application for Patent Citation Network. In: Information Quality in Information Fusion and Decision Making, Bosse, Eloi, Rogova, Galina (Eds.): Springer, 2019
  • Érdi P: The Brain-Mind-Computer Trichotomy: Hermeneutic Approach. In: Artificial Intelligence in the Age of Neural Networks and Brain Computing. Editors: Robert Kozma Cesare Alippi Yoonsuck Choe Francesco Morabito. Elsevier, 2018
  • Matsuzawa T, Zalányi L, Kiss T and Érdi P : Multi-scale modeling of altered synaptic plasticity related to Amyloid beta effects Neural Networks 93(230-139)2017
  • Somogyvári Z and Érdi P: From phase transitions to the topological renaissance: Comment on “Topodynamics of metastable brains” by Arturo Tozzi et al. Physics of Life Reviews 21(23-25)2017
  • Érdi P, Matsuzawa T, John T, Kiss T and Zalányi L: Connecting Epilepsy and Alzheimer’s Disease: Modeling of Normal and Pathological Rhythmicity and Synaptic Plasticity Related to Amyloid 𝜷 (A 𝜷 ) Effects. In: Érdi P, Bhattacharya BS and Cochran Al (Eds.): Computational Neurology and Psychiatry (Springer Series in Bio-/Neuroinformatics) 1st ed. 2017 Edition, pp 93-119.
  • Érdi P, Bhattacharya BS and Cochran Al (Eds.): Computational Neurology and Psychiatry (Springer Series in Bio-/Neuroinformatics) 1st ed. 2017 Edition.
  • Érdi P: The Brain-Mind-Computer Trichotomy: Hermeneutic Approach In: AIC 2016 Artificial Intelligence and Cognition 2016. CEUR Workshop Proceedings. Vol-1895. pp. 106-116.
  • Somogyvári Z and Érdi P: Forward and Backward Modeling: From Single Cells to Neural Population and Back. In: Cognitive Phase Transitions in the Cerebral Cortex – Enhancing the Neuron Doctrine by Modeling Neural Fields (Kozma R, Freeman W eds). Springer 2016
  • Bruck P, Réthy I, Szente J, Tobochnik J and Érdi P Recognition of Emerging Technology Trends. Class-selective study of citations in the U.S. Patent Citation Network . Scientometrics 107(1465-1475)2016
  • Kamalaldin K, Salome A and Érdi P Modeling Ebola. Science Progress 99(200-219)2016
  • Wadhwa RR, L, Szente J, Négyessy L and : Stochastic kinetics of the circular gene hypothesis: feedback effects and protein fluctuations. Mathematics and Computers in Simulation (2015)
  • Érdi P. Teaching Computational Neuroscience. Cognitive Neurodynamics 2015 Oct;9(5):479-85. doi: 10.1007/s11571-015-9340-6.
  • Érdi P, John T, Kiss T. and Lever CP: Discovery and validation of biomarkers based on computational models of normal and pathological hippocampal rhythms. In: Validating Neuro-Computational Models of Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders. Eds: Bhattacharya B and Chowdhury F. Springer, Computational Neuroscience series, 2015; pp 15-42
  • Érdi P and Bányai M:Introduction to Cognitive Systems. In: Handbook on Computational Intelligence. Ed. Angelov, World Scientific 2015
  • John T, Kiss T, Lever C and Érdi P: Anxiolytic Drugs and Altered Hippocampal Theta Rhythms: The Quantitative Systems Pharmacological Approach. Network: Computation in Neural Systems March/June 2014, Vol. 25, No. 1-2 , Pages 20-37.
  • Gershenson C, Csermely P, Érdi P, Knyazeva H and Laszlo L: The Past, Present and Future of Cybernetics and Systems Research. Systema 1(3), pp. 4-13.
  • Jones BD, Zalányi L and Érdi P: An Integrated Theory of Budgetary Politics and Some Empirical Tests: The US National Budget, 1791-2010. American Journal of Political Science 2014 pp 1-18. DOI: 10.1111/ajps.12088
  • P Érdi, K Makovi, Z. Somogyvári , K Strandburg K, J Tobochnik , P Volf , L Zalányi: Prediction of Emerging Technologies Based on Analysis of the U.S. Patent Citation Network. . Scientometrics 95:225-242 (2013)
  • Somogyvári Z, Cserpán D, Ulbert I, Érdi P : Localization of single cell current sources based on extracellular potentials patterns: the spike CSD method. European Journal of Neuroscience 36, 3299-3313 (2012)
  • M San Miguel, JH Johnson, J Kertesz, K Kaski, A Díaz-Guilera, RS MacKay, V Loreto, P Érdi, D Helbing: Challenges in Complex Systems Science. Eur. Phys. J. Special Topics 214, 245-271 (2012)
  • M Bányai, B Ujfalussy, V Diwadkar and P Érdi: Impairments in the prefronto-hippocampal interactions explain associative learning deficit in schizophrenia BMC Neuroscience, 12(Suppl 1):93, 2011.
  • P Érdi, M Bányai, B Ujfalussy, V Diwadkar: The schizophrenic brain: A broken hermeneutic circle. Some new insights and results The 2011 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN), 2011. San José, CA, USA 3024-3027, 2011.
  • Érdi P.: review on Cutsuridis et al. (eds): Perception-Action Cycle: Models, Architectures, and Hardware. Cognitive Neurodynamics, 5(411-412), 2011
  • Bányai M, Diwadkar V, Érdi P: Model-based dynamical analysis of functional disconnection in schizophrenia NeuroImage, 58(3): 870-877, 2011.
  • Érdi P: Towards a Post-Keplerian social science: Comments by P. Érdi on the Visioneer white papers by D. Helbing and S. Balietti. European Physical Journal, Special Topics, 195:147-151, 2011.
  • Érdi P: Scope and Limits of Predictions by Social Dynamic Models: Crisis, Innovation, Decision Making. Evolutionary and Institutional Economics Review, 7(1): 21-42
  • Gore CD, Bányai M, Gray PM, Diwadkar V, Érdi P: Pathological Effects of Cortical Architecture on Working Memory in Schizophrenia. Pharmacopsychiatry 43(Suppl 1)592-597,2010
  • P. Érdi, T. Kiss, B. Ujfalussy : Multi-level models. In Hippocampal Microcircuits, eds. Vassilis Cutsuridis, Bruce Graham, Stuart Cobb, and Imre Vida. Springer 2010. pp. 527-554.

Books

  • Péter Érdi: RANKING: The Unwritten Rules of the Social Game We All Play. Oxford University Press, 2019
  • Péter Érdi and Gábor Lente: Stochastic Chemical Kinetics. Theory and (Mostly) Systems Biological Applications (Springer Series in Synergetics) . Springer, 2014
  • Péter Érdi: Complexity Explained. Springer, 2007

Gary Gregg

Social-cultural psychology, Arab-Muslin societies

Recipient of the Lucasse award for excellence in research.

Phone:

269.337.7069

Email:

Gary.Gregg@kzoo.edu

Office:

Olds/Upton 403E

Credentials:

PhD, University of Michigan

List of Recent Classes

PSYC 230 Psychology of Prejudice

PSYC 238 Culture and Psychology of Arab-Muslim Societies

PSYC 340 Cultural Psychology

PSYC 410 Theories of Personality

SEMN 155 The New World Order

Recent Research and Publications

Publications – Articles and Chapters

  • 2019 Gregg, G. “Culture and Personality Development: ‘Traditional’ and ‘Modern.’” In D. McAdams et al, eds., Handbook of Personality Development. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [forthcoming]

  • 2013 Gregg, G. “Religious Voices and Identity in the Life-Narratives of Young Adult Moroccans” In H. Zock and M. Buitelar eds., Religious Voices in Self Narrative. Berlin: De Gruyter, pp. 83-102.

  • 2012 Gregg, G. “Multiple Identities and Their Organization” In R. Josselson and M. Harway, eds., Navigating Multiple Identities. Oxford University Press. pp. 13 – 38.

  • 2011 Gregg, G. “Identity in Life Narratives.” Narrative Inquiry 21(2): 319-328.

  • 2010 Gregg, G. “Culture and Self.” In J. Hall, L. Grindstaff, and M. Lo, eds., Handbook of Cultural Sociology. Routledge.

Books

  • 2018 Gregg, G. Social Values and Moral Intuitions: The World Views of “Millennial” Young
    Adults. Routledge.

  • 2007 Gregg, G. Culture and Identity in a Muslim Society. Oxford University Press.

  • 2005 Gregg, G. The Middle East: A Cultural Psychology. Oxford University Press.

  • 1991 Gregg, G., Self-Representation: Life-Narrative Studies in Identity and Ideology.
    Greenwood Press.

Autumn Hostetter

Cognitive psychology, language

Phone:

269.337.7109

Email:

Autumn.Hostetter@kzoo.edu

Office:

Olds/Upton 403H

Credentials:

BS, Berry College
PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison

List of Recent Classes

PSYC 280 Cognition

PSYC 390 Experimental Methods

PSYC 480 Psychology of Language and Mind

SEMN 115 Harry Potter Goes to College

Recent Research and Publications

Journals

  • Hostetter, A. B., & Alibali, M. W. (2018). Gesture as simulated action: Revisiting the
    framework. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 1-32. doi:10.3758/s13423-018-1548-0

  • Hostetter, A. B., Murch, S. H., Rothschild, L., & Gillard, C. S.* (in press). Does seeing
    gesture lighten or increase the load? Effects of processing gesture on verbal and
    visuospatial cognitive load. Gesture.

  • Pouw, W., Wassenburg, S. I., Hostetter, A. B., de Koning, B. B., & Paas, F. (2018). Does
    gesture strengthen sensorimotor knowledge of objects? The case of the size-weight
    illusion. Psychological Research. Doi:10.1007/s00426-018-1128-y

  • Hostetter, A. B., Penix, E. A., Norman, M. Z., Batsell, R. W., & Carr, T. (2018). The role of
    retrieval practice and memory in analogical problem solving. Quarterly Journal of
    Experimental Psychology. doi:10.1177/1747021818771928

  • Batsell, R. W., Perry, J. L., Hanley, E.*, & Hostetter, A. B. (2017). Ecological validity of the testing effect: The use of daily quizzes in introductory psychology. Teaching of Psychology, 44, 18-23.

  • Pouw, W., & Hostetter, A. B. (2016). Gestures as predictive action. Italian Journal of Cognitive Sciences, 5, 57-80.

  • Hostetter, A. B., & Mainela-Arnold, E. (2015). Gestures occur with spatial and motoric knowledge: Its more than just coincidence. Perspectives on Language Learning and Education, 22, 42-49.

  • Mainela-Arnold, E., Alibali, M. W., Hostetter, A. B., & Evans, J. L. (2014). Gesture-speech
    integration in children with specific language impairment. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 49. 761-770.

  • Hostetter, A. B. (2014). Action attenuates the effect of visibility on representational gesture rates. Cognitive Science, 38, 1468-1481. doi: 10.1111/cogs.12113

  • Hostetter, A. B., & Potthoff, A. L.* (2012). Effects of personality and social situation on representational gesture production. Gesture, 12, 62-83.

  • Hostetter, A. B., & Alibali, M. W. (2011). Cognitive skills and gesture-speech redundancy:
    Formulation difficulty or communicative strategy? Gesture, 11, 40-60.

  • Hostetter, A. B. (2011). When do gestures communicate? A meta-analysis. Psychological
    Bulletin, 137, 297-315.

  • Hostetter, A. B., & Skirving, C. J.* (2011). The effect of visual vs. verbal stimuli on gesture production. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 35, 205-223.

Jennifer Langeland

Counseling, Health Psychology

Phone:

269.337.7331

Email:

Jennifer.Langeland@kzoo.edu

Office:

Olds/Upton 403D

Credentials:

BS University of Georgia
MS Georgia College and State University
MA,PhD Western Michigan University

List of Recent Classes

PSYC 220 Health Psychology

SEMN 407 Happiness

Recent Research and Publications

Research

  • Compassion and Resilience in Nursing: A pilot study testing compassion, mindfulness, and HRV biofeedback training to improve nursing resilience. (2018-present). Bronson Hospital, Kalamazoo, MI.

Presentations

  • Langeland, J. (2017) Stress: the surprising role of relationships. Kalamazoo Public Library Staff Development Day, Keynote.
  • Langeland, J. (2017) Kids and Technology: Impacts on mental health. This is a
    Bookstore, public presentation.
  • Langeland, J. (2014) The Heart Brain Super Highway: Using HRV biofeedback in healthcare settings. Invited presentation for the Holistic Nursing Association of Michigan.
  • Langeland, J. (2008) Stress and Biofeedback. Presentation at Western Michigan University Event in Detroit Michigan
  • Langeland, J. (2008) Holistic Health Care: Integration with Traditional Medicine. Presentation to Western Michigan University Physician Assistant Program.
  • Langeland, J. (2008) Meditation and Mindfulness: For Nurse Educators. Workshop for Western Michigan University Nursing faculty.
  • Mills, J. (2006). Collaborative Approaches to Health Care. Poster presentation at Western Michigan University’s first annual, Holistic Health conference.

Brittany Liu

Social psychology, Political and Moral Psychology, Psychology and Law

Phone:

269.337.7108

Email:

Brittany.Liu@kzoo.edu

Office:

Olds/Upton 403F

Credentials:

BA, Claremont McKenna College

PhD, University of California, Irvine

List of Recent Classes

PSYC 101 General Psychology

PSYC 250 Social Psychology

PSYC 301 Intro to Research Methods in Psychology

PSYC 411 Psychology and Law

Recent Research and Publications

Journals

  • Ditto, P. H., Clark, C. J., Liu, B. S., Wojcik, S. P., Chen, E. E., Grady, R. H., Celniker, J. B., & Zinger, J. F. (in press). Partisan bias and its discontents: A response to Baron and Jost. Perspectives on Psychological Science.

  • Ditto, P. H., Liu, B. S., Clark, C. J., Wojcik, S. P., Chen, E. E., Grady, R. H., Celniker, J. B., & Zinger, J. F. (2018). At least bias is bipartisan: A meta-analytic comparison of partisan bias in liberals and
    conservatives. Perspectives on Psychological Science. Online first, 1-19. doi: 10.1177/1745691617746796

  • Liu, B. S., Wojcik, S. P., & Ditto, P. H. (2018). Moral coherence processes and denial of moral
    complexity. In K. Gray & J. Graham (Eds.) Atlas of moral psychology, (pp. 371-381). New York:
    Guildford Press.

  • Ditto, P. H., & Liu, B. S. (2016). Moral coherence and political conflict. In P. Valdesolo & J. Graham
    (Eds.) Social psychology of political polarization, (pp. 102-122). New York: Routledge.

  • Liu, B. S., & Rook, K. S. (2013). Emotional and social loneliness in later life. Associations with positive
    versus negative social exchanges. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 30, 813-832.

  • Liu, B. S., & Ditto, P. H. (2012). What dilemma? Moral evaluation shapes factual belief. Social Psychological
    and Personality Science, 4, 316-323. doi:10.1177/1948550612456045

  • Ditto, P. H., Liu, B., & Wojcik, S. P. (2012). Is Anything Sacred Anymore? Psychological Inquiry, 23, 155-
    161.

  • Ditto, P. H., & Liu B. (2011). Deontological dissonance and the consequentialist crutch. In P. Shaver & M. Mikulincer (Eds.), The Social Psychology of Morality: Exploring the Causes of Good and Evil (pp. 51-70). New York: APA Books.

Jennifer Perry

Neuroscience, physiological and Psychopharmacology

Phone:

269.337.5772

Email:

Jennifer.Perry@kzoo.edu

Office:

Olds/Upton 403D

Credentials:

BA St Olaf College

PhD University of Minnesota

List of Recent Classes

PSYC 101 General Psychology

PSYC 225 Sensation and Perception

PSYC 424 Psychopharmacology

Recent Research and Publications

Journals

  • Batsell, W. R. Jr., Perry, J. L., Hanley, E., & Hostetter, A. B. (2017, in press). Ecological validity of the testing effect: The use of daily quizzes in Introductory Psychology. Teaching of Psychology.

  • Perry, JL, Dess, NK (2012) Laboratory Animal Research Ethics: A Practical, Educational Approach.  In: APA handbook of ethics in psychology, Vol 2: Practice, teaching, and research. SJ Knapp, MC Gottlieb, MM Handelsman, and LD VandeCreek (eds). APA handbooks in psychology (pp 423-440) Washington, DC, US: American Psychological Association.

  • Perry, JL, Carroll, ME (2008) The role of impulsive behavior in drug abuse, Psychopharmacology, 200: 1-26.

  • Perry, JL, Stairs, DJ, Bardo, MT (2008) Delay discounting and environmental enrichment: Effects of d-amphetamine and Methylphenidate, Behavioral Brain Research, 193: 48-54.

Siu-Lan Tan

Developmental Psychology, Psychology of Music

Recipient of the the Lucasse award for excellence in teaching.

Dr. Tan’s Website

Phone:

269.337.7111

Email:

Siu-lan.Tan@kzoo.edu

Office:

Olds/Upton 403C

Credentials:

BMus, Pacific Union College
MA, PhD, Georgetown University

List of Recent Classes

PSYC 210 Developmental Psychology

PSYC 285 Psychology of Music

PSYC 460 Social Development

SEMN 145 Creativity: Inspiration and Beyond

Recent Research and Publications

Journals

  • Tan, S.-L. (in press 2019). Investigating sound design in film: Commentary on Kock and Louven.Empirical Musicology Review.
  • Tan, S.-L., Spackman, M. P., & Wakefield, E. M. (2017). Effects of diegetic and non-diegetic music on viewers’ interpretations of a film scene. Music Perception, 34(5), 605-623.
  • Tan, S.-L. (2016). Keynote Address at Music and the Moving Image 2015: ‘The Psychology of Film Music: Framing Intuition’. Music and the Moving Image, 9 (2), 23-38. Chicago: University of Illinois Press.
  • Athanasopoulos, G., Tan, S.-L., & Moran, N. (2016). The influence of literacy on representation of time in musical stimuli: An exploratory cross-cultural study in Britain, Japan, and Papua New Guinea. Psychology of Music, 44 (5), 1126-1144. (Also published on OnlineFirst on November 4, 2015, as doi:10.1177/0305735615613427).
  • Tan, S.-L. (December, 2013). Visual representations of music in three cultures. Empirical Musicology Review, Vol. 8, no. 3-4, pp. 200-203. Special issue on Musical Shape.
  • Tan, S.-L., Baxa, J. P., & Spackman, M. P. (2010). Effects of built-in audio versus unrelated background music on performance in an adventure role-playing game. International Journal of Gaming and Computer-Mediated Simulations, 2 (3), 1-23.

Academic Books

  • Tan, S.-L., Pfordresher, P. Q., & Harré, R. (2010 hb; 2013 pb). Psychology of music: From sound to significance. London: Routledge and Psychology Press.
  • 2nd Edition of Psychology of music: From sound to significance (2018): Tan, S.-L. & Pfordresher, P.London: Routledge.
  • Tan, S.-L., Cohen, A. J., Lipscomb, S. D., & Kendall, R. A. (2013). The psychology of music in multimedia. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. [Served as primary editor and contributing co-author.

Books in Progress

  • Oxford handbook of music and advertising (in progress, to be published 2019/2020) co-edited by James Deaville, Ronald Rodman, & Siu-Lan Tan. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Tan, S.-L. (New book in progress on infant and child development).