Publications

PUBLICATIONS

Goodman, S.G. (2018). Values and incentive theories of motivation. In E. Stocks (Ed.), Gale Researcher: Psychology. Farmington Hills, MI: Gale.

Goodman, S.G., Seymour, T.L. & Anderson, B.R. (2016). Achieving the performance benefits of hands-on experience when using digital devices: A representational approach. Computers in Human Behavior, 59, 58-66.

POSTERS AND PRESENTATIONS

Goodman, S.G. & Seymour, T.L (2019). Competition-focused instruction undermines self-regulated study habits in college students. Presented the 2019 Psychonomic Society Annual Meeting, Montreal, QC,  November 15, 2019. [PDF]

Goodman, S.G. & Seymour, T.L. (2018).  Talking to myself: Self-talk and mindset interact to influence skill acquisition and task performance.  Presented at the 2018 Psychonomic Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. November 17, 2018. Note: Poster renamed prior to presentation: Is mindset malleable? Influences of task factors and exposure to challenge. [PDF]

Seymour, T.L. & Goodman, S.G. (2017). The downsides of using tablets to teach spatial skills can be mitigated with embodied priming. Presented at 47th Annual Meeting of the Jean Piaget Society, San Francisco, CA. June 9, 2017.

Goodman, S.G. & Seymour T.L. (2016). Implied audience interferes with skill acquisition for performance-oriented learners . Presented at at the 2016 Psychonomic Society Annual Meeting, Boston, MA. November 19, 2016. [PDF]

Seymour, T.L. & Goodman, S.G. (2015).The distraction-error model: A simplified account of the effects of prohibition on motor control. Presented at the 2015 Psychonomic Society Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL. November 21, 2015.

Goodman, S.G., Seymour, T.L, & Anderson, B.R. (2015). The increased use of tablets in education: Why physical learning is sometimes better. Presented at 2015 Cognitive Science Society Annual Meeting, Pasadena, CA. July 24, 2015. [PDF] [REFS]

Goodman, S.G. & Seymour T.L. (2015). The non-ironic effects of prohibitive instruction on gender sterotyped motor tasks. Invited Talk, Winter 2015 Cognitive Psychology Colloquium Series, University of California, Santa Cruz; Santa Cruz, CA. January 28, 2015.

Seymour T.L. & Goodman, S.G. (2014). The non-ironic effects of prohibitive instruction on gender sterotyped motor tasks. Presented at 2014 Psychonomic Society Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA. November 22, 2014.

Goodman, S.G. & Seymour, T.L. (2014). Perceived performance trajectories are related to extracurricular activity engagement and persistence. Presented at 2014 Spartan Psychological Association Research Conference, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA. May 8, 2014.

*Stayerman, G.S., Abramyan, O., Detro, K.M., Borrman, K.R., Goodman, S.G. & Seymour, T.L. (2014). Do goals influence learning in a virtual environment? Presented at 2014 Spartan Psychological Association Research Conference, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA. May 8, 2014.

*Stayerman, G.S., Abramyan, O., Detro, K.M., Borrman, K.R., Goodman, S.G. & Seymour, T.L. (2014). Do goals influence learning in a virtual environment? Presented at 2014 Berkeley Interdisciplinary Research Conference, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA. May 3, 2014.

Green, S.L. & Seymour, T.L. (2013). The influence of individual difference and task variables on cognitive performance. Presented at 2013 Psychonomic Society Annual Meeting, Toronto, ON, Canada. November 16, 2013.

Green, S.L. (2013). Individual differences in performance and persistence: A path to improved achievement. Presented at 9th Annual Graduate Research Symposium, UC Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA. May 10, 2013.

Green, S.L., McQueen, S. & Seymour, T.L. (2012). Along the path to expertise, what predicts quitting and persistence? Presented at 2012 Psychonomic Society Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. November 15, 2012.

Green, S.L. (2011). Inducing a decision model: Predicting injury severity from motor vehicle accident characteristics. Presented at 2010-2011 Arts and Sciences Showcase, St. John Fisher College, Rochester, NY. April 14, 2011.

Green, S.L., Burnette, W. & Mooney, S.M. (2010). Effects of acute Valproic Acid exposure in utero on synaptic protein expression. Presented at 2010 Chemistry REU Poster Symposium, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY. August 12, 2010. 

* Denotes presentations completed in conjunction with undergraduate advisees