Thompson Rivers University
Thompson Rivers University

Mike Woloszyn

Mike Woloszyn

Mike Woloszyn

Name: Dr. Mike Woloszyn
Position: Asst. Professor
Phone: 250-377-6148
Email: mwoloszyn@tru.ca

Interests

My kids, Toronto Maple Leafs, my work.

Publications

(and presentations)
Rich, C., & Woloszyn, M. (2017). Female online dating preferences differ from male expectations. Poster presented at the 27th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour, and Cognitive Science,, June 2-4, University of Regina, Regina Sask.

Woloszyn, M., & Lauriente, T. (2016). Evidence for cross-modal integration of emotional audio/visual stimuli. Poster presented at the 26th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour, and Cognitive Science, June 24-26, University of Ottawa, Ottawa Ontario.

Woloszyn, M., & Clyde, K. (2016). Female online dating preferences are influenced by looks, intelligence, income, and devotion level. Poster presented at the 26th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour, and Cognitive Science, June 24-26, University of Ottawa.

Corno, D, & Woloszyn, M. (2015). Abstracts of the 2015 CSBBCS Annual Meeting: The effects of income, looks, intelligence, and devotion on short-term dating preferences in an online setting. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 69(4), 327-376.

Rivette, T., & Woloszyn, M.R. (2014). The effect of list versus story context on false recognition in the DRM paradigm. Poster presented at the 33rd meeting of the Banff Annual Seminar in Cognitive Science, May 2-3, Banff, Alberta.

Thiemer, S., & Woloszyn, M.R. (2014). False memory for actions performed, imagined, or witnessed: Evidence against a mirror neuron account. Poster presented at the 33rd meeting of the Banff Annual Seminar in Cognitive Science, May 2-3, Banff, Alberta.

McAuley, A., & Woloszyn, M.R. (2013). The effect of pre-task visualization on task performance. Poster presented at the 32nd meeting of the Banff Annual Seminar in Cognitive Science, May 3-4, Banff, Alberta.

Barrett, L., & Woloszyn, M.R. (2012). The differential effects of single and repeated testing procedures in the DRM paradigm. Poster presented at the 31st meeting of the Banff Annual Seminar in Cognitive Science, May 4-5, Banff, AB.

Woodland, A., & Woloszyn, M.R. (2012). Manipulating DRM false recall by varying item-specific versus relational processing in a paired-associate task. Poster presented at the 31st meeting of the Banff Annual Seminar in Cognitive Science, May 4-5, Banff, AB.

Woloszyn, M.R., & Ewert, L. (2012). Memory for facial expression is influenced by the background music playing during study. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 8, 226-233.

Woloszyn, M.R., & Kempster, B.D.R. (2011). Assessing the reliability and validity of commonly-used measures of aggression. Poster presented at the 23rd Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, May 26-29, Washington, D.C.

Desrosiers, D., & Woloszyn, M.R. (2011). Evidence against a mirror neuron explanation of false memory for actions. Poster presented at the 30th meeting of the Banff Annual Seminar in Cognitive Science, April 30-May 1, Banff, AB.

Woloszyn, M.R. (2010). The short- and longer-term effects of video game difficulty and violent content on player aggression levels. Poster presented at the 22nd Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, May 27-30, Boston Mass.

Woloszyn, M. (2010). Contrasting Three Popular Explanations for the Muller-Lyer Illusion. Current Research in Psychology, 1(2), 102-107.

Woloszyn, M.(2009). The Effect of Video Game Difficulty and Violence Levels on Aggression. Poster presented at the 21st Annual Meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, May 22-25

Nicholson, R., & Woloszyn, M. (2008). The Impact of Outcome Groupings and Agent Type on the Tendency to Commit Either Gambler's or Hot Hand Fallacy. Poster presented at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, May 1-3, Chicago, Ill.

Courses Taught

Biological and Mathematical Models of Learning
Cognition
History of Psychology
Intro Psych
Principles of Conditioning
Research Methods
Statistics
Sensation & Perception
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