Senior Lecturer
Psychology

Mary Still (Senior Lecturer)

244a Mills Godwin Bldg
Norfolk, 23529

Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology, Iowa State University, (2009)

M.S. in Cognitive Psychology, Iowa State University, (2006)

B.A. in English, Missouri Southern State University, (2004)

B.S. in Psychology, Missouri Southern State University, (2004)

Contracts, Grants and Sponsored Research

Still, M. and Landers, A. "Faculty Innovator Grant - Making a Connection: Statistics and Methods in the Real World" $1,500. Old Dominion University. January 06, 2016 -
Still, J. and Still, M. "Optimizing the user experience of device customization" $9,635. Private. January 2015 - April 2015

Articles

Still, M. and Still, J. (2018). Subliminal techniques: Considerations and recommendations for analyzing feasibility. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction 34 , pp. 457-466.
Grgic, J. E., Still, M. and Still, J. (2016). Effects of cognitive load on affordance-based interactions. Applied Cognitive Psychology 30 , pp. 1042-1051.
Geller, J., Still, M. and Morris, A. L. (2016). Eyes wide open: Pupil size as a proxy for inhibition in the masked priming paradigm. Memory & Cognition 44 (4) , pp. 554-564.
Still, M. and Still, J. (2015). Contrasting traditional in-class exams with frequency online testing. Journal of Teaching and Learning with Technology 4 (2) , pp. 30-40.
Still, J., Still, M. and Grgic, J. E. (2015). Designing intuitive interactions: Exploring performance and reflection measures. Interacting with Computers 27 , pp. 271-286.
Morris, A. L. and Still, M. (2012). Orthographic similarity: The case of "reversed anagrams". Memory & Cognition 40 , pp. 779-790.
Morris, A. L.., Still, M. and Caldwell-Harris, C. L.. (2009). Repetition Blindness: An emergent property of inter-item competition. Cognitive Psychology 58 , pp. 338-375.
Morris, A. L.. and Still, M. (2008). Repetition blindness for nonwords: Now you see it, now you don’t. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 34 , pp. 146-166.
Morris, A. L.., Cleary, A. M.. and Still, M. (2008). The role of autonomic arousal in feelings of familiarity. Consciousness and Cognition 17 , pp. 1378-1385.
Morris, A. L.., Still, M., Caldwell-Harris, C. L.. and Atkinson, M. D.. (2007). Semantic interference and associative facilitation from words presented in rapid-serial-visualpresentation. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 14 , pp. 755-761.

Book Chapters

Still, M. and Still, J. (2018). Cognitively Describing Intuitive Interactions Intuitive Interaction: Research and Application.

Conference Proceeding

Schuster, D., Still, M., Still, J., Lim, J. J., Feria, C. and Rohrer, C. (2015). Opinions and algorithms: An investigation of trust in people versus automation in app store security Proceedings of the International Conference on Human Aspects of Information Security, Privacy, & Trust Los Angeles, CA: 17th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction.
Still, M. and Still, J. (2012). Practical recommendations for examining subliminal techniques in ubiquitous computing Proceedings of the Effects of Subliminal Perception in Ubiquitous Computing Environments Workshop Pittsburgh, PA: 14th International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing.

Presentations

Geller, J., Still, M. and Caldwell-Harris, C. L. (November , 2015). Do You Know Where Your Word has Been? A Right Hemisphere Mechanism for Contextual Diversity Poster Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society Chicago, IL.
Schuster, D., Still, M., Still, J., Lim, J. J. ., Feria, C. and Rohrer, C. (August , 2015). Opinions and Algorithms: An Investigation of Trust in People versus Automation in App Store Security Paper 3rd International Conference on Human Aspects of Information Security, Privacy, & Trust Los Angeles, CA.
  • 2015: Research, Scholarship & Creative Activity Award, San Jose State University
  • 2012: Jesse Lee Myers Excellence in Teaching Award, Missouri Western State University