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Patrick Conley


Patrick Conley is an associate professor in the UW-Stevens Point Department of Psychology. His interest is in memory, though memory is a very broad topic. In the past, Conley has worked with computer models of memory and more traditional experiments concerning how we store and retrieve basic concepts, and how we “know” something is related to something else. He is currently interested in exploring a broader view of memory, and especially how modern technological advances (television, the internet, video games, iPods, etc.) affect memory processes (how we think) and representations (what we store). Assistants in Conley’s lab have done everything from running participants and creating stimuli to reviewing the literature, designing their own experiments, and computer modeling.

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Associate Professor

SCI D261


Ph.D. - Psychology
University of California, Riverside

M.S. - Psychology
University of California, Riverside

B.S. - Psychology
University of California, Los Angeles


Research Methods in Psychology
Statistics for Psychologists
Cognitive Psychology
Seminar: Psychology of Language