Stephen D. Christman
PhD, University of California Berkeley, 1988
Office: UH 5018C
Phone: (419) 530-4684
Fax: (419) 530-8479
Department of Psychology
University of Toledo
2801 West Bancroft St.
Toledo, Ohio 43606-3390
- autobiographical memory
- body image
- decision making
- attitudes and persuasion
- risk perception
- cognitive flexibility and metacognition
Christman, S.D. (2013). Handedness and 'earedness': Strong right-handers are less likely to prefer obscure musical genres. Psychology of Music, 41, 89-96.
Prichard, E., & Christman, S. (2012). The neuroscience of changing minds. Skeptic, 17, 50-51.
Christman, S.D., & Butler, M. (2011). Mixed-handedness advantages in episodic memory obtained under conditions of intentional learning extend to incidental learning. Brain and Cognition, 77, 17-22.
Christman, S. (2010). Eclectic lefty-hand: Jimi Hendrix, handedness, and Electric Ladyland. Laterality, 15, 253-269.
Christman, S.D., Sontam, V., & Jasper, J.D. (2009). Individual differences in ambiguous figure perception: Degree of handedness and interhemispheric interaction. Perception, 38, 1183-1198.
Christman, S.D., Henning, B., Geers, A.L., Propper, R.E., & Niebauer, C.L. (2008). Mixed-handed persons are more easily persuaded and are more gullible: Interhemispheric interaction and belief updating. Laterality, 13, 403-426.